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Godzilla, the fictional “King of the Monsters”, may have originated in Japan, but its awesomeness has reached Hollywood in recent years.
Godzilla inspired many great filmmakers, from Tim Burton to Martin Scorsese, and even Steven Spielberg, who admits Godzilla inspired his classic films “Jurassic Park” and “Jaws.”
It’s no surprise that kids LOVE Godzilla. He even has his own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame – he’s that famous!
Free Printable Godzilla Coloring Pages
Ideal for younger kids learning how to grip crayons properly and color inside the lines, these cartoon Godzilla coloring pages are free to download and print:
1. Godzilla Cartoons
For young kids who are just mastering how to color, but want a scary-looking Godzilla, this pair of coloring pages from KidActivitiesBlog.com give them enough scare but keep the lines and coloring simple to follow.
2. Classic Godzilla’s Atomic Breath
Probably one of the most iconic scenes on the original Godzilla film is the monster’s atomic breath (actually made of extremely hot radiation).
Just like it is depicted on this coloring page from IHeartCraftyThings.com, it’s going to be a fun activity for kids or adults who was just introduced to the Japanese film.
3. Godzilla climbing the Empire State Building
In Godzilla: The Series intro, Godzilla is shown climbing the Empire State Building and roaring as he reach the top.
This Coloring-Pages.info Godzilla page highlights this scene to perfection.
4. 1984 Godzilland Coloring Book
In 1984, Toho officially released the Godzilland coloring book, which featured Godzilla alongside his allies and enemies. All of them are drawn in adorable, kid-friendly designs.
You can download and printed larger versions of these coloring pages here.
5. Godzilla’s Close-up Face
Interested in a coloring page that focuses only on Godzilla’s face? Here’s a close-up shot from Wonder-Day.com.
6. Kiddie Godzilla Coloring Page
This reminds me of Google’s dinosaur survival game when your internet suddenly dies and Chrome decides to entertain you with an offline game.
You can get a larger version of this printable Godzilla at SuperColoring.com.
7. Kawaii Godzilla
In the films, Godzilla and Mothra (shown above) are enemies. You’ll see their non-kawaii versions below.
If you’re trying to find free printable Godzilla coloring pages for younger kids, this drawing could be a perfect introduction to the Godzilla world.
8. Godzilla Japanese poster
If you’re trying to recreate some of the earlier Japanese posters of Godzilla, print this coloring page from Toho (the original creators of Godzilla).
9. Godzilla in Full Destruction Mode
Throughout many of Godzilla films, this King of Monster is depicted as a monster who leaves destruction wherever he goes. If you want to color a scene that showcases this, visit this page to print a larger version of photo (upper right).
10. Godzilla and King Kong Cartoon
How adorable are Godzilla and King Kong in this photo by SuperColoring.com? They seem like two creatures who wouldn’t hurt a fly!
Free Printable Godzilla Coloring Pages (from the Movies)
Godzilla has been featured in numerous films, comics, novels, video games, and TV shows since first appearing in the 1954 film.
As such, you’ll be able to find hundreds of realistic coloring pages of Godzilla. These 10 are just some of my favorite finds:
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11. Godzilla vs King Kong
Godzilla has a complicated relationship with King Kong. In one of the earlier movies, he fought the massive gorilla for the title of King of the Monsters.
In another movie, Godzilla teams up with King Kong so they could beat their common enemy, Mechagodzilla.
You’ll find many realistic depictions of Godzilla vs. King Kong, but this picture below (left) is my favorite. I found it on Pinterest.
12. Godzilla vs Ghidora
King Ghidora is one of Godzilla’s opponents. As seen on the picture above (right), Ghidora is a three-headed monster.
Visit Razukraski.com to print a larger version of this scenario and start coloring a cool scene from the 1991 film, “Godzilla vs. King Ghidorah.”
13. Godzilla vs Mechagodzilla
Mechagodzilla is another one of Godzilla’s archenemy.
Mechagodzilla was first depicted as an alien villain that confronted Godzilla. In later films, this mecha monster became a man-made weapon designed to defend Japan from Godzilla.
The stunning picture above, depicting the two monsters fight, was created by E.J. Su for Torpedo Collectors Con. Go here for a larger, printable copy.
14. Godzilla vs. Gigan
Awesomely drawn by Frederik Hornung, this scenario depicts Godzilla fighting the space monster slash reptile known as Gigan.
This monster is considered Godzilla’s most violent opponent and is first seen in the 1972 film Godzilla vs. Gigan.
Vote, support and check out the original at Referik Homung’s NewGrounds profile. You can download and use for coloring pages, as long as you keep it for personal use.
15. Godzilla vs Hedorah
In the 1971 film, Godzilla fights a living monstrous sludge named Hedorah.
Godzilla beat Hedorah by drying him out. But Godzilla was left with only one eye and a burnt right hand after the fight.
The photo above, which you can print as coloring page, depicts Hedorah in full-body. It was drawn by pro Kaiju artist Matt Frank.
16. Godzilla vs Biollante
Biollante is a rose, human and dinosaur hybrid kaiju. This monster is a genetically-engineered clone of Godzilla and first appeared in Toho’s 1989 film Godzilla vs. Biollante.
For a larger print of this epic drawing, check this fan-made picture by RaptorGirl76.
17. Godzilla vs Mothra
Mothra is a fictional monster, or kaiju, that first appeared in the 1961 film Mothra. This moth-looking character appeared in many Toho films, many of which in the Godzilla franchise.
The photo above, drawn by Washington-based illustrator S.I. Gallant, depicts the unique relationship between Godzilla and Mothra.
18. Godzilla vs SpaceGodzilla
SpaceGodzilla is another Godzilla clone kaiju, which appeared as Godzilla’s antagonist in the 1994 film Godzilla vs. SpaceGodzilla.
As you can see from Amwuensch‘s drawing, SpaceGodzilla looks very similar to Godzilla, except that it has navy blue skin and purply/red skin on his tummy. He has two massive white crystals that erupt from his shoulders with a tail that look encrusted in crystal-like spikes.
19. Godzilla vs Destoroyah
In the 1995 film, Godzilla vs. Destoroyah, the audience is introduced to Destoroyah, an Oxygen Destroyer-borne adversary who faces a dying Godzilla.
Destoroyah is the only one of Godzilla’s enemies who didn’t get a rematch in future films.
Get this coloring page printed from ColoringHome.
20. Godzilla vs. people
If Godzilla isn’t fighting his numerous enemies, he’s probably facing the wrath of humans. On this coloring page, you see the King of Monsters fighting off a helicopter that’s trying to put him down.
Free Printable Godzilla Coloring Pages
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