|American Godzilla film series character|
|LIZARD SLAYER 2™|
|Official name||Lizard Slayer II|
|Country of origin||USA|
|Species||Giant Robot Mech|
|First appearance||Godzilla: The Series (1998-2000)|
|Latest appearance||Godzilla: The Series (1998-2000)|
|Created by||Fil Barlow in 1997-1998|
Lizard Slayer 2, also known as Lizard Slayer II, was a nemesis robot of Godzilla (Junior). The robot was a water-based machine which (along with the other two Lizard Slayers) was designed by Cameron Winter in order to defeat Godzilla. The robot appeared in the Godzilla: The Series episode Lizard Season.
Godzilla: The Series (1998-2000)Edit
Lizard Season (episode) (March 11, 2000)Edit
An amphibious machine designed by Winter for the single purpose of killing Godzilla, the slayer was piloted by the infamous hunter known as Bill whom tried to kill Godzilla previously. His mech was capable of swimming through water also, allowing it to follow Godzilla beneath the waves, and after a practice run where the three destroyed unmanned tanks, that is exactly what it did. Pushing Godzilla to the coast and battling him underwater, the fight moved inland where the Lizard Slayer 2 was joined with its allies.
However, when the army got involved, Bill was unsure about firing upon them, but he eventually did. Not long after, the fight with Godzilla was once again on, but as the other two took on Godzilla, the aquatic slayer was sent after the Heat-Seeker.
Unwilling to attack a manned ship, Bill was helpless as his robot was remotely controlled by Cameron. Fortunately, however, the Heat-Seeker managed to get its power online just in time to evade. Moving in again to attack, Cameron’s vehicle would be totaled for good as Monique and Randy dropped a bomb overboard. It exploded as soon as the undersea vehicle struck it, and the villain inside was apprehended.
The Lizard Slayer 2 is equipped with dozens of missiles that can also double as torpedoes when underwater. Cameron Winter stated the misiles are powerful enough to sink a fleet of battleships. The second of the Lizard Slayers can travel in the water a maximum speed of 40 knots.
The making of Lizard Slayer 2Edit
Conceptual artworkEditArtists Fil Barlow and Helen Meier were in charge of the conceptual artworks and designs of the creatures of Godzilla: The Series.