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Battle for NYC by Art-26 Battle for NYC by Art-26
On the busy streets of New York City, Godzilla makes another appearance. His earth-shaking roar sends cars and people scattering alike, he senses there's something wrong. At the coast line, a large alien-like creature rears its ugly head and stomps its way into the city. Its massive arms and legs working in unison to propel its large body which stood up to 25 stories and was as long as 3-4 football fields. Only one creature has these horrific characteristics... CLOVERFIELD!!! As the creature tears its way through the city, Godzilla then turns a block to face the creature. He lets out an angry roar to his unknown intruder then squats down to take his fighting stance. Cloverfield lets out an equally aggressive roar, and stands up on its front legs to appear taller. Cloverfield then swipes its huge right arm at Godzilla; the whip-like tail from Godzilla then raps around Clover's left arm. The two monsters then battled it out for control of NYC... to be continued.

Quick Facts:
Godzilla: 200-300ft. tall
Cloverfield:250-350ft. tall

Note: the center building has just been cut by Clover's left hand finger. The building is starting to fall, that's why its crooked.
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DinoBrian47 Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Both monsters are of equal strength and equal intelligence, so I say it's a draw. 
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ultimatelifeformshad Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2013  Professional Artist
Matters on which Zilla that is.
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niels6688 Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2013
godzila is smarter but i think the cloverfield monster would outfight godzilla
it took a nuke to kill that thing
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Tanner4 Featured By Owner Jan 4, 2013
Zilla because an animal that big evaded the U.S. military for days and outsmarted them in battle. As much as I love Clover he ran around the city getting bombed every few hours. Anyway that is an awesome drawing!
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MistaSilentKiller Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
zilla will trash clover :D
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s1cohen Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2012
Zilla would be outmatched. Heisei series Godzilla could kill Cloverfield monster.
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BeyondYou13 Featured By Owner Aug 17, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
NOT GODZILLA ZILLA HE WAS KILLED BY 8 MISLES CLOVER WASEN'T HE ISN'T WORTHY OF THE TITTLE GOD ZILLA and the ears are his lungs. but good drawing.
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TheRoadKing Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2012
haha thats such a good idea
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CyberMonkey21 Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2012
If you think about it Clover actually has a better chance of winning, He can take more hits then Zilla (Zilla was killed by 12 missiles while Clover took a direct hit from a B-2 attack), he can have those tiny creatures swarm all over Zilla and then while Zilla is distracted Clover has a chance to go for a kill shot.
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Art-26 Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2012
You bring up a very valid point, however, I don't think those little creatures could bite through Zilla's skin, and you must consider the nature and mentality of the two creatures. Cloverfield is really hard to kill, but lacks a truly devastating attack. It's main defense is its tough skin that makes missles useless. Zilla is difficult to kill due to his intelligence and speed, but if he is immobilized, a dozen missles will do the trick. Cloverfield shows little intelligence and is extremely slow, the only reason they couldn't stop him was because he wasn't harmed by missles. If he were to fight something as big and as powerful as zilla, then he wouldn't have the same easy time surviving attacks. Zilla is faster, smarter, and has the capability of plotting an attack (the helicopter scene). All in all, i'd still have to side with zilla, but i do see your point about the resiliency of Clover. Btw, thanks for commenting.
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