MonsterVerse: Every Titan ranked from weakest to strongest

Join me on a walk through Hollow Earth - metaphorically - and let's see how these incredible MonsterVerse Titans rank amongst each other.

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GODZILLA in Warner Bros. Pictures’ and Legendary Pictures’ action adventure “GODZILLA: KING OF THE MONSTERS,” a Warner Bros. Pictures release. /

1. Godzilla. Duh.

Oh, Godzilla, where do I even begin with this absolute legend of a Titan? Let me tell you, Godzilla isn't just a monster, he's THE monster, the Big G, the King of Monsters. Yes, I am a very shameless Godzilla fangirl.

This massive, scaly powerhouse tops my MonsterVerse ranking, and for good reason. 'Zilla, a colossal creature, towering above cities, with that iconic, spine-tingling roar I could listen to all day long that sends shivers down your spine and makes you want to run for cover (but also, weirdly, cheer him on. It can't just be me, right?).

Godzilla's got this atomic breath that's basically like the world's most terrifying flamethrower, but way cooler and more destructive. He's like a walking nuclear reactor, and when he unleashes that blue beam of atomic fury, it's not just a light show; it's the ultimate mic drop. Other monsters might as well pack up and go home when Godzilla steps up. He's battled and bested the meanest of the mean, from the three-headed terror King Ghidorah to the mechanical nightmare Mechagodzilla. Seriously, if there was a monster hall of fame, Godzilla would be the star exhibit, with neon lights and all.

But here's the thing about Godzilla that makes him number one in my heart and in the MonsterVerse: he's not just a mindless beast. This guy has depth. Sure, he's destroyed a few cities here and there, that's forgivable, all monsters do that. But let's be real, sometimes humanity kind of had it coming. Godzilla's like that tough-love kind of hero, pretty relatable if you're a parent. He's not just about the destruction; he's the balance keeper, the one who steps in when things in the natural order go haywire. And let's not forget, he's got this almost human-like intelligence and a sense of, dare I say, morality. When he looks out at the city skyline with those beautiful, ancient, wise eyes, there's a sense that he's not just a king by might, but by right.

He's the guardian we didn't know we needed, but are super glad we have (even if he does destroy our cities and accidentally kills thousands of innocents in the process - the end justifies the means, right? I am totally just kidding here.).

So, yeah, Godzilla at number one? It's a no-brainer. He's not just a monster - he's an icon, a legend, a force of nature, and the heart and soul of the MonsterVerse. Long live the King!

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