A series of humorous, TV Tropes-aware web cartoons that were made by and shown on a Godzilla and Toho Studios fansite called Toho Kingdom. They completely rework the personalities and nature of many Toho creations, and also include original characters and characters from other works. Except for the characters, most of the shorts have no connection to one another nor overarching storyline.There are currently more than 100 toons, with more coming every so often!Can be found here.This series contains examples of:
Action Girl: Biollante is one hell of an action girl, being able to defeat Overpowered Katz. with relative ease.
Action Mom: she's also Celebi's mother. originally, Celebi was her daughter from an alternate future, however a time paradox caused her to become pregnant with a SECOND Celebi, who they named Seribii.
Affably Evil: Godzilla himself is shown to be well-cultured despite being a giant city-destroying monster.
Likewise, Anguirus as well.
Also, in one short, Spacegodzilla (One of Godzilla's most powerful and evil foes) is shown to be well-cultured and educated as well and even hosts his own political talk show.
it would take all day to list all the examples, since the main characters are some of Godzilla's most powerful and evil foes.
Animation Bump / Art Evolution: The characters in more recent cartoons are more detailed and look like their movie counterparts and are better animated than in earlier cartoons.
This is especially evident with Gabara who started out looking like a hooded troll-thing that vaguely resembled his namesake to actually looking like, well, Gabara.
An Easter Egg in a recent toon lampshades this with Armor Mothra shifting between his look from the old toons and his look from the new ones.
Carnivore Confusion: Lampshaded when Matango, a mushroom monster, says that she's getting pizza and asks if anyone wants toppings, Gezora, a squid, says he wants mushrooms, Matango runs off sobbing.
Cerebus Syndrome: what started out as an extremely episodic series of unrelated comedy shorts has evolved into a frighteningly complex and in-depth fictional universe, complete with full biographies of every single character, a glossary of flags and locations, and an absurdly comprehensive list of the respective power levels of every character, being, entity, and inanimate object that appears for even a second.
Even Evil Has Standards: For an evil megalomanaic—- um, I mean gigalomaniac, Celebi loves her adopted parents, even when it means making a clone to take of them. she also is infuriated when Katz Steals Radian X7's power.
Kiryu: (Shooting beams in random directions) I'm out-classing you!
Godzilla: You're not even hitting me.
Interspecies Romance: Naturally, given that almost all of the main cast are a different species, to name a few:
Monster X: a space dragon. and, Biollante: a Godzilla/Plant/Human hybrid.
Gorosaurus: a Dinosaur. and, Megaguirus: a Mutated Dragonfly.
Gamera: a Giant Turtle and, Garasharp: a cobra.
Godzilla: a mutated, fire-breathing Dinosaur. and, Cthulhu: a squid-dragon-humanoid like creature.
Involuntary Shapeshifting: Monster X turns into Keizer Ghidorah whenever there's a full moon. this eventually became a Running Gag where whenever he saw a full moon, he'd transform into Keizer Ghidorah
Show Within a Show: Kaiju Kritics, Pundit Patrol, Triage and Frankenstein Conquers Our Hearts
Sickeningly Sweethearts: Gorosaurus and Megaguirus, whom of which apparently currently have had 172 honeymoons, and always give each other lovey-dovey nicknames whenever talking to each other. Thankfully, this seems to havre no effect on the rest of the main cast.
Villain Song: Gabara sings one in "Odd Three Headed Beastie". the song is basically a modified version of "Poor Unfortunate Souls".
Very Special Episode: Parodied when Gabara attempts to sell Varan and Little Godzilla a "prodigious potion", which is basically steroids with a different name. The parody part comes in a later toon, when the potion is revealed to be sugar water.