Artist Noger Chen posted the picture below, comparing the height of Godzilla in all of the previous Godzilla films.
The original 1954 Godzilla has a height of just 50 meters (164 feet), while the 2014 Godzilla came in at 108 meters (354 feet), and the most recent to appear in Shin Godzilla comes in at 118.5 meters (389 feet).
The Godzilla anime trilogy is now on its second film, and thanks to the series' official website, we just learned that there's a new name for the "super gigantic" version of Godzilla that we met in the first film, Godzilla: Planet of the Monsters. The official name is "Godzilla Earth," and we'll see Godzilla's take on Mechagodzilla in the second installment, Godzilla: The City Mechanized for the Final Battle ("Godzilla: Kessen Kidō Zōshoku Toshi").
Godzilla: Planet of the Monsters opened in Japan last month and the film is slated to start streaming on Netflix soon. I can't wait, this looks really cool. I am a huge anime fan anyway, but with Godzilla... Get out! If you can't wait for the release, check out this anime Blame on Netflix. It's dark and trippy, but awesome.
Here's the official story summary:
One youth on board the emigration vessel, Haruo, had seen his parents killed by Godzilla before his eyes when he was only 4 years old. Ever since, he has thought of nothing but returning to Earth to defeat Godzilla. With the doors to emigration now closed, Haruo and other crew spearhead a “return to Earth” decision despite severely attenuated and hazardous conditions on board for such a long trip back.