Godzilla Vs Kong: Revealed – The Hollow Earth segment in Godzilla vs. Kong discreetly reveals the death of one of Godzilla’sforefathers. He and others like him were embroiled in a Titan War with Kong’s kind thousands of years ago, according to the movie. Cave murals in Kong: Skull Island and Godzilla: King of the Monsters hinted the two have some sort of historic feud.
Although little is known about Godzilla’s species’ past, it has become evident that, like Kong, he is the last of his kind. Some of his earliest adversaries, the MUTOs, murdered at least one of his forebears, if not more. At the start of the 2014 film, a skeleton of one of his ancestors, dubbed “Adam” in the titles, was displayed. The MUTOs murdered Adam and placed eggs within his body, according to reports. At this point in the MonsterVerse, Godzilla is the last survivor of his kind, and he has been protecting the natural balance on his own for millennia.
It’s indicated that some members of Godzilla’s species died at the hands of Kong, based on the narrative provided to Godzilla and Kong in the MonsterVerse. At the moment where Kong got his axe, the ape was shown ripping it out of a Titan skull, revealing how one, in particular, lost their life. Fans have speculated about the identification of this skeleton, with some speculating that it belongs to a Skullcrawler or another enormous creature. Many people believe it can’t be Godzilla because of the shape of the head, but it does resemble the skeleton from the 2014 film, so the link isn’t inconceivable. Furthermore, the official novelization of Godzilla vs. Kong demonstrates.
Rebecca Hall’s Ilene Andrews recognized it in the book based on pictures from the Godzilla skeleton discovered in the Philippines. What happened to it is unknown, although it appears that an ancient Kong murdered it by slamming his axe into its head. What’s remarkable about this is that the skull is considerably larger than Godzilla’s, implying that either Godzilla isn’t at his full height yet or that some of his predecessors were. It’s plausible that if this ancient Godzilla was much bigger than the MonsterVerse’s counterpart, it took many Kongs to knock it down. Alternatively, one Kong may have won by hitting a lethal hit to the head.
It’s difficult to estimate how many of Godzilla’s species killed or even participated in the fight. Regardless, it’s likely that the dead one discovered in the Hollow Earth temple wasn’t the only victim on its side. After all, it’s improbable that the axe used to slay it came from a live Godzilla. It’s plausible that the conflict wiped off Godzilla’s kind, especially if Kong had them outnumbered. If such was the case, his animosity for the huge ape in Godzilla versus Kong would have only grown.