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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8. Warbats

Warbats, those slithery scoundrels, sitting pretty at number 8, made their MonsterVerse debut in Godzilla vs. Kong. Imagine you're strolling through Hollow Earth, admiring the otherworldly scenery, and suddenly out come these serpentine rascals, looking like they've just slithered out of your weirdest nightmares. Warbats, with their winged bodies and faces only a mother could love, are the kind of neighbors you'd want to avoid in the monstrous neighborhood. But why are they at number 8, you ask? Much like the poor Rodan, it's like being the middle kid in a family of Titans: you're cool, sure, but your older siblings are just a bit cooler.

Now, don't get it twisted, Warbats are nothing to make fun of. They've got an awesome trick up their sleeve (or, should I say, wing), where they envelop their prey like a creepy, scaly blanket. Imagine being bear-hugged by a creature that's part bat, part snake, and both parts terrifying. That'd be a nope-hug I'd never want to experience, honestly. But here's the thing: in the grand league of MonsterVerse Titans, being cool isn't enough.

Our top-tier heavyweights are stomping around with earth-shattering powers, while the Warbats are kind of underdogs. They've got the spunk and the sneakiness, I'll give them that, and they do have strength in numbers, but when it comes to a titan throwdown they're more like the opening act than the main event.

Warbats at number 8: undeniably cool, but just not quite in the league of the big, bad bosses of the MonsterVerse.