So, I know this spicy white boi has been a topic of controversy in the Godzilla fanbase for YEARS. But, I'm starting to see the fans mature, and accept him as his own thing, as a different godzilla that we only sometimes talk about, and honestly, with how fanbases get, I'm okay with that. Now, as for the Monsterverse, I felt like adding my own fan spin on things as I'll be drawing various Legendary titans. Old Toho bois will be redesigned and have altered lore to fit into Monsterverse's prehistoric ecosystem of titanic beings. The first of these will be Zilla, the 1998 Godzilla from Tristar. A humongous, mutated iguana in the film, made quite a few changes to fit into the universe.
Titannus Jira 'Jira, known as Zilla to the world, is a not so distant cousin to the Godzila species. A North American subspecies of Godzilla of sorts, this megafauna bears many striking resemblance to the giant being that surfaced in 2014. This creature is a bit smaller, more thinly built, and overall less armored than the creature known as Godzilla. However, the radiation signals received from its whereabouts are nearly the same, albeit a bit less erratic, to its beefier counterpart. Dubbed Zilla, the titan shows itself to be a formidable creature, though its later, stronger counterpart trumps it in regards to being a King of Monsters.
Zilla possesses less brute strength than Godzilla, but has a more agile fighting style. Able to jump, run more consistently, and react faster than the King. The atomic breathe that the creature possesses also has a green color, a stark contrast to Godzilla's blue. other known species that live near the Zilla genus are Gorosaurus, Kamoebas, and the elusive Gezora family.