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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10. Rodan

Rodan is our fiery feathered friend sitting at number 10. He's like that middle child who's got some cool moves but just cannot outshine his flashier siblings for the life in him. Rodan bursts onto the scene, wings ablaze, causing a ruckus with his supersonic flights and fiery antics, like that hotshot daredevil at a family reunion trying to be spicy while everyone else is trying to have a peaceful BBQ. Sure, he can cause a tornado with a flap of his wings and turn a city into a no-fly zone with his mere presence, but when it comes to the heavy-hitting, Rodan's more of a warm-up act than the main event.

Now, don't get me wrong, Rodan's not a pushover. He's got this whole "Phoenix from the ashes" vibe going on, having survived a volcanic eruption like it was just a day at the spa. But when you're in a league where your peers are Godzilla, King Ghidorah, and other formidable Titans, well... you've got to bring more to the table than just fiery feathers and a bad attitude.

Rodan's display of power feels a lot like showing up to a monster truck rally with a fancy sports car. Sure, it looks cool and all, but can it crush cars and leap over ramps like the big boys? To his credit, Rodan does try his best, swooping in with all the right intentions of destroying his enemies. But, when the dust settles, he's often left playing second fiddle to the true Titans of the MonsterVerse (and bowing to Godzilla). I do feel bad for Rodan, though. It's tough being the spectacular yet slightly overshadowed middle child in a family of monster legends.