BLOB, Giant
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X the Unknown

Species: Unclassified amoeboid; Type: Natural
Height: Immeasurable; Weight: Unknown, hundreds of tons
Attributes: Amorphous mobility
Powers: Radioactive
Intelligence: Animal; Land Speed: Moderate
Kaiju Level: Two (middleweight); Weakness(es): None revealed
Allies: None; Enemies: Humanity
Film: X the Unknown (1956)
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Description: From deep in the Earth these peculiar Blob creatures dubbed X the Unknown rose to feed on cobalt and other sources of radioactivity. They were last seen in Scotland, but could theoretically rise again anywhere on the planet, maybe even out of your toilet!
Review:
1,000 Misspent Hours

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Enemy from Space

Species: Unclassified aggregate amoeboid; Type: Alien
Height: Up to 150 ft (46 m); Weight: Up to 9,000 tons (est)
Attributes: Amorphous mobility, aggregate creature
Powers: Host control, space travel via meteorites
Intelligence: Exceptional; Land Speed: Moderate
Kaiju Level: Zero (lightweight); Weakness(es): Earth's atmosphere
Allies: None; Enemies: Humanity
Film: Quatermass 2 (1957)
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Description: Individually, these tiny tourists from another world can each inhabit a human body to move about freely in the Earth's atmosphere. Together, many millions can form the alien Blob known only as the Enemy from Space.
Review:
1,000 Misspent Hours

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The Blob '58

Species: Unclassified amoeboid; Type: Super-powered alien
Length: Variable; Weight: Variable
Attributes: Fast ingestion-based growth, amorphous mobility, amphibious
Powers: Super durability
Intelligence: Animal; Land Speed: Moderate
Kaiju Level: One (welterweight); Weakness(es): Cold
Allies: None; Enemies: Biomass
Film: The Blob (1958)
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Description: Falling from space into Pennsylvania (USA), The Blob was an alien monster, or perhaps even some kind of weapon. It quickly consumed biomass, which increased its own mass almost as rapidly as the consumption occurred. Within hours, The Blob grew from something the size of a baseball to as big as a house. Most military weapons were useless against it; it was even resistant to fire. However, it was discovered that cold would freeze the monster into immobility.
Review:
1,000 Misspent Hours



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Caltiki

Species: Unclassified demigod; Type: Supernatural
Length: Variable; Weight: Variable
Attributes: Fast ingestion-based growth, amorphous mobility, amphibious
Powers: Mummifying touch, radioactive healing, possibly immortal
Intelligence: Animal; Land/Water Speed: Moderate
Mech Level: One (welterweight); Weakness(es): Fire
Allies: None; Enemies: Humanity
Film: Caltiki- The Immortal Monster (Caltiki – il mostro immortale, 1959)
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Description: Caltiki was an ancient, possibly immortal Blob that grew quickly with the consumption of flesh. Her favorite food was humans. She could live underwater comfortably, and her only known weakness was fire. When able to secure a steady food source and grow large enough, the Caltiki can reproduce by splitting into smaller forms.
Review:
1,000 Misspent Hours


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The Flesh Eater

Species: Unclassified composite organism; Type Super-powered mutant
Height: Variable; Weight: Variable
Attributes: Flesh consumption, amorphous mobility, amphibious
Powers: Electricity absorption
Intelligence: Animal; Land/Water Speed: Slow
Kaiju Level: One (welterweight); Weakness(es): Pure hemoglobin
Allies: None; Enemies: Humanity
Film: The Flesh Eaters (1964)
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Description: Developed by a happy scientist, these tiny creatures quickly devour any flesh that comes into contact with them. In an attempt to destroy them, they were exposed to massive amounts of electricity. However, this only resulted in amplifying their power exponentially, allowing them to merge into a creature hundreds of meters wide. The Flesh Eater was subdued by a dose of pure hemoglobin, its only known weakness.
Review:
Moria



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The Blob '72

Species: Unclassified amoeboid; Type: Super-powered alien
Length: Variable; Weight: Variable
Attributes: Fast ingestion-based growth, amorphous mobility, amphibious
Powers: Super durability
Intelligence: Animal; Land Speed: Moderate
Kaiju Level: One (welterweight); Weakness(es): Cold
Allies: None; Enemies: Biomass
Film: Beware! The Blob (1972)
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Description: After escaping from the frozen arctic, the Blob returned and ate many wicked humans and one innocent kitten. Was the destruction of all of that evil worth the life of one little kitty? It is a mystery for the ages.
Review:
1,000 Misspent Hours

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Moon Blob

Species: Unclassified amoeboid; Type: Super-powered alien
Height: Variable; Weight: Variable
Attributes: Fast ingestion-based growth, amorphous mobility; Powers: Calcification
Intelligence: Animal; Land Speed: Slow
Kaiju Level: Zero (lightweight); Weakness(es): None revealed
Allies: None; Enemies: Humanity
Film: Santo Against the Killers from Other Worlds (1973)
……..(Santo contra los asesinos de otros mundos)
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Description: Originally appearing to be an innocuous moon rock, this creature quickly grew to largish proportions by stripping the flesh off of any humans it dejectedly shuffled over.
Review:
Cool Ass Cinema
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The Stuff

Species: Unclassified amoeboid; Type: Super-powered monster
Length: Variable; Weight: Variable
Attributes: Fast ingestion-based growth, amorphous mobility
Powers: Zombification, host control
Intelligence: Average; Land Speed: Moderate
Kaiju Level: Zero (lightweight); Weakness(es): None revealed
Allies: None; Enemies: Humanity
Film: The Stuff (1985)
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Description: Found oozing from the ground, some genius decided to eat The Stuff and found it delicious. It was later discovered that The Stuff consumed the human brain, turning the consumers into zombies. In addition, The Stuff could amalgamate into a Blob-like monster to defend itself.
Reviews:
Roger Ebert
Kindertrauma
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Black Blob

Species: Unclassified amoeboid; Type: Natural
Length: Variable; Weight: Variable
Attributes: Fast ingestion, amorphous mobility, aquatic
Powers: None revealed
Intelligence: Crafty; Water Speed: Slow
Kaiju Level: Zero (lightweight); Weakness(es): None revealed
Allies: None; Enemies: Humanity
Film: Creepshow 2 (1987)
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Description: Four young adults decided to go trespassing out in the woods, finding a quiet lake with a raft to swim and frolic about in, which later turned into a picnic. They were upset that they were the picnic, of course, but the sign clearly said "No Swimming."
Review:
Oh, the Horror!

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The Blob '88

Species: Unclassified amoeboid; Type: Super-powered alien
Length: Variable; Weight: Variable
Attributes: Fast ingestion-based growth, amorphous mobility, amphibious
Powers: Super durability
Intelligence: Animal; Land Speed: Moderate
Kaiju Level: One (welterweight); Weakness(es): Cold
Allies: None; Enemies: Biomass
Film: The Blob (1988)
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Description: There was another Blob visitor years later that landed in Colorado (USA) that was even more effective than its predecessor. These alien invaders became big enough to threaten other monsters within a few days, and were only stopped by their vulnerability to cold. Shudder to think of the results should a Blob ever consume a kaiju.
Review:
1,000 Misspent Hours


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Ancient Enemy

Species: Unclassified amoeboid; Type: Super-powered monster
Height: Variable; Weight: Variable
Attributes: Consumption, amorphous mobility, burrower, subterranean
Powers: Shapeshifter, memory absorption, regeneration, Phantoms
Intelligence: Exceptional; Land Speed: Fast
Kaiju Level: Two (middleweight); Weakness(es): Oil-consuming bacteria
Allies: None; Enemies: Humanity
Film: Phantoms (1998)
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Description: The Ancient Enemy has existed for eons, consuming and absorbing the memories of millions of lifeforms. It can make Phantoms at will, which can take any form a human has ever seen or even imagined. Although it's presumed dead, it's probably still out there, waiting… maybe even under your home!
Review:
Roger Ebert


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Nitrogen Blob

Species: Unclassified amoeboid; Type: Super-powered alien
Height: Variable; Weight: Variable
Attributes: Amorphous mobility
Powers: Super mitosis, accelerated evolution
Intelligence: Animal; Land Speed: Moderate
Kaiju Level: Two (middleweight); Weakness(es): Selenium
Allies: None; Enemies: Humanity
Film: Evolution (2001)
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Description: Earthlings tried to stop the accelerated evolution of a cavern full of nitrogen-based aliens with a nuclear bomb, resulting in their biomass combining to form this huge Blob monster.
Review:
Roger Ebert
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Tar Monster

Species: Unclassified tar humanoid; Type: Supernatural
Height: 12 ft (4 m, est) or more; Weight: 2 tons (est)
Attributes: Tentacles, amorphous mobility, made of tar
Powers: Able to stretch self over large area
Intelligence: Average; Land Speed: Moderate
Kaiju Level: One (welterweight); Weakness(es): None revealed
Allies: None; Enemies: Humanity
Film: Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed (2004)
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Description: Probably the most dangerous of the Monster Hive's creations, it boggles the mind that even the Tar Monster couldn't stop "The Gang" of Mystery, Inc.
Review:
Roger Ebert
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Goo Alien '04

Species: Unclassified amoeboid; Type: Super-powered alien
Height: Up to 100 ft (31 m, est); Weight: Up to 1,000 tons (est)
Attributes: Amorphous mobility; Powers: Energy blaster, combine with other aliens to make larger aliens, infection and mind control with green slime, access to advanced technology
Intelligence: Average; Land Speed: Moderate
Kaiju Level: Up to two (middleweight); Weakness(es): None revealed
Allies: Goo aliens; Enemies: Humanity
Film: Zebraman (ゼブラーマン, 2004)
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Description: This cute little guys use their green slime to infect and control humans in an effort to take over the Earth; should that fail to control the situation, they can always merge together to become larger and more assertive.
Review:
Tars Tarkas

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Bacterial Monster

Species: Unclassified bacteria; Type: Super-powered mutant
Height: Always growing and dividing; Weight: Variable, reached many tons
Attributes: Tentacles, amorphous mobility
Powers: Quick biomass absorption, super durability
Intelligence: Animal; Land Speed: Moderate
Kaiju Level: Zero (lightweight); Weakness(es): None revealed
Allies: None; Enemies: Humanity
Film: Bacterium (2006)
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Description: This Blobby Bacterial Monster was created by a scientist and broke out of containment and you probably know the rest already.
Review:
Horror on Screen
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Goo Alien '10

Species: Unclassified amoeboid; Type: Super-powered alien
Height: Up to 800 ft (244 m, est); Weight: Up to 475,000 tons (est)
Attributes: Tentacles as needed, amorphous mobility
Powers: Energy beam, noxious emissions
Intelligence: Average; Land Speed: Moderate
Kaiju Level: Up to three (light heavyweight); Weakness(es): Zebraman and ZebraQueen
Allies: Goo aliens; Enemies: Humanity
Film: Zebraman 2: Attack on Zebra City (ゼブラーマン -ゼブラシティの逆襲-, 2010)
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Description: Brought to Zebra City through the efforts of the ZebraQueen, this is the biggest Goo Alien yet by far! It caused massive amounts of damage to the metropolis in short order, until Zebra Man stepped in and things ended in a horrible fashion that shall not be recounted here.
Review:
Tars Tarkas

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Giant Blob '15

Species: Unclassified amoeboid; Type: Supernatural
Length: Variable; Weight: Variable
Attributes: Fast ingestion-based growth, amorphous mobility
Powers: None revealed
Intelligence: Animal; Land Speed: Moderate
Kaiju Level: One (welterweight); Weakness(es): Goosebumps manuscript
Allies: None; Enemies: Biomass
Film: Goosebumps (2015)
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Description: This Giant Blob devoured the hack spooky author R.L. Stine and, for a few moments, the world was a better place. If only it wasn't for those damn kids!
Review:
Roger Ebert

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