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– by Joseph Jammer Medina

Godzilla has never been a creature of consistent size. Early on, he was a modest 50 meters in size, and as recently as the 2014 flick, he was a large 108 meters in size. For reference, that’s well over 300 feet in height — which is pretty darn big. You need look no further than that Gareth Edwards film to see just how big that really is.

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However, even the largest sizes pale in comparison to this latest iteration. This iteration is set to be seen in the upcoming Netflix animated film, Godzilla: Monster Planet. Its size? A whopping 300 meters.

Artist Noger Chen has taken to Flickr to give an updated look at how this new Godzilla’s size compares to the others, and here’s what he came up with.

Godzilla size 2017

All we can say is: damn. That’s ridiculous. Some may look at that image and say it looks exaggerated in size, and while it may be a bit, it’s still a damn huge lizard, no matter how you look at it. At 300 meters, this means the latest Godzilla is nearly 1,000 feet in height. And as you an see, his height isn’t the only aspect in which he’s gotten larger. His bigger, bulkier, and just takes up a whole lot of area around him — enough to fill the same groun das countless other old Godzillas before him.

Again. Damn.

What do you think of this size here? Is it too big? Let us know what you think down below!

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SOURCE: Noger Chen

  • Barry Meltfarb

    Why does he look like a tree monster with a back covered in leaves?

    • Wild Dreams

      Groot with a tail ?

    • Rob Gorila Mitchell

      This Godzilla is actually a plant based organism…….sorta

  • Wild Dreams

    Looking at this makes me realize how much of a stomp Godzilla vs Kong should be….I know they said Kong was still growing in that film but damn…I think they overdid it with Godzilla here lol

  • Mad Barchetta

    Well, he IS about 20,000 years old, right? Perhaps he’s like a goldfish: grew to fit his container, and said container is the entire WORLD! Wonder what he eats?

  • Behemothrex

    I just want to know why they keep shrinking his head smaller and smaller, looks dumb.

  • TheOct8pus

    This image is clearly not to scale…he’s like 10 times bigger than the 100 meter Godzilla, yet he’s supposed to be 300 meters tall….shenanigans!

  • WTFITBS

    He’s way too big. He’s pretty much reaching the upper stratosphere. What could possibly be a match for him at this point?

Joseph Jammer Medina is an author, podcaster, and editor-in-chief of LRM. A graduate of Chapman University's Dodge College of Film and Television, Jammer's always had a craving for stories. From movies, television, and web content to books, anime, and manga, he's always been something of a story junkie.