Films: Giant Space Monster Guilala (1967), The Monster X Strikes Back/Attack the G8 Summit (2008)
Alias: Gilara, Girara, Monster X
Location: Eldritch Location/Civilized Area
Height/Weight: As tall as a skyscraper and weighting 15,000 metric tons.
Affiliation: Neutral, leaning on Evil
Summary: Look at this thing. How did anyone think this was a good idea? This might be the silliest kaiju ever! Look at how-wait, did it just turn into a-OH, SHOOT, RUN!!!
History: The AAB Gamma was a ship that got visited by a flying saucer. This saucer immediately sprayed the ship with spores, which stuck to the ship until it got back to Earth. When it did, the spores practically exploded into the giant monster known as Guilala. This beast had pretty much no purpose other than destroying everything.
Notable Kills: Nothing special.
Final Fate: Guilala is eventually dowsed in bombs laden with "Guilalium", which causes the giant to regress back into spore form, and get launched back into space…only for a Chinese probe to come crashing down back with it. Thankfully, after some stock footage and rampaging, the folks summon the God-Warrior Take-Majin to defeat Guilala, which he does by decapitating the alien.
Powers/Abilities: Guilala can shoot fireballs, absorb energy, has the potential to reproduce asexually should his parts be scattered, and can even turn into a floating red orb that destroys all under it.
Weakness: The foamy substance Guilalium causes him to regress into spore form. Also, beings of equal, if not greater power.
Scariness Factor: 3-HAHAHAHAHA!!!! This guy looks like an featherless alien chicken with cartoon antenna coming out of his head! A pitiful sight, though that plethora of powers is probably compensating for something...
Trivia: -Guilala was originally going to fight Gappa, but for some reason, that never came to be. Then again, I'd be a bit of a one-sided fight in retrospect.
-In the sequel, there are some visible tears on Guilala's neck. This is most likely due to the fact that his head comes off in the end. That, or it required several takes.