|American Godzilla film series character|
|LIZARD SLAYER 3™|
|Official name||Lizard Slayer III|
|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 3, also known as Lizard Slayer III, 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
The third Lizard Slayer and based for aerial combat, this weapon was gifted to Hank. After a test run where the three slayers destroyed a series of unmanned tanks and tested their power, they were unleashed on Godzilla whom had been forced to shore. However, Hank’s piloting left much to be desired and he ended up blasting his partners more than once by accident. When the army got involved, Godzilla was sent into retreat and the three questioned their allegiance with this Cameron Winter.
After some coaxing from their boss, the hunt was on again, but this time H.E.A.T. had gotten involved. Before they could really injure Godzilla, plans were set in motion to bring the machines down. Craven and Elsie, along with N.I.G.E.L., took on the flying weapon. N.I.G.E.L. managed to board the slayer with a grappling hook and then deliver a massive surge of power to it, bringing it down and destroying its circuitry. Unable to escape, Hank was apprehended.
The Lizard Slayer 3 is armed with dozens of missiles of average strength. The Lizard Slayer 3 is also equipped with a large cannon that can do a lot of damage to whatever it hits. The third of the anti-Godzilla robots is stated in SciFi Japan's "Ultimate Guide to Godzilla: the Series" to have a variety of lasers.
The making of Lizard Slayer 3Edit
Conceptual artworkEditArtists Fil Barlow and Helen Meier were in charge of the conceptual artworks and designs of the creatures of Godzilla: The Series.