• Destoroyah looks awesome. Very demonc looking.
  • Allies: Destoroyah; Enemies: Godzilla, Godzilla Junior, life
  • Powers: Micro-Oxygen injector, combine to form Destoroyah Juvenile
  • Allies: Destoroyah; Enemies: Godzilla, Godzilla Junior, life

Godzilla Vs. Destoroyah

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This set is more of a mixed bag compared to the previous two from Sony and it really pains me to say so, since they were honestly doing a really good job so far in my opinion. Not only are there minor picture issues with Destoroyah there were some major problems with the picture quality on Megaguirus which legitimately disappointed with Megaguirus as it’s one of the newer ones and it looks worse than all the films from the 90’s. That being said this set is more than worth it. Not only as an upgrade over the DVDs but also because it contains the best and most complete versions of these films available in the states. Not to mention the best looking, even though Megaguirus tends to looks soft it still looks way better than the DVD and that goes double for Destoroyah. This set is also quite cheap and affordable for any fan and should be bought immediately.

Both films have issues with their picture quality with Megaguirus having the most issues, but with that said these films are great and still look great with those issues(amazing in Destoroyah's case) and are definitely superior to the DVD versions. Perfect for any fan that wants to upgrade or newcomers. I highly recommend that anyone interested should go out and buy a copy if you haven't already.

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Junior dying after Destoroyah throws him into the ground.

Destoroyah originated as a colony of microscopic crustaceans from the Precambrian Era that had thrived living in anaerobic environments. When the was detonated in to kill the first in , the crustaceans were mutated from exposure to the chemical weapon and began to evolve abnormally over the next 40 years, incorporating into their biological processes. After being disturbed by an underwater mining operation, the crustaceans moved to the surface and began feeding on organic life, gradually combining with each other into larger and more deadly forms.