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Gamera flies off and starts destroying Chicago. However, his mind control is begining wear off, after remembering Zilla and Gezora helping a young child escape. Meanwhile, Gamera had been followed by Godzilla to continue the fight. As Godzilla gets the upper hand, Gamera is commanded to fly off.Is Gamera a Godzilla Monster?
Gamera (ガメラ) is a kaiju originating from a series of Japanese tokusatsu films of the same name. Gamera first appeared in Daiei Film's 1965 film Gamera, the Giant Monster, which was initially produced to rival the success of Toho's Godzilla. Since then, Gamera has gained fame and notoriety as a Japanese icon in his own right.What does Gamera mean?
Gamera (ガメラ, Gamera) is a giant flying turtle kaiju created by Daiei that first appeared in the 1965 film, Gamera. Gamera's name comes from the Japanese word kame (カメ), meaning "turtle," and ra (ラ), a common suffix in kaiju names.How was Gamera created?
In Gamera: Guardian of the Universe, it is explained that Gamera is bio-engineered guardian of the Earth created by the lost civilization of Atlantis with the purpose of defeating Gyaos, another ancient creation capable of killing all human life. The giant turtle is found floating adrift in the Pacific, encased in rock and mistaken for an atoll.