Films: Zarkorr! The Invader (1996)
Location: Civilized Area
Height/Weight: 185 feet and 300 metric tons.
Summary: And now, Full Moon takes a stab at the kaiju genre. It won't be the first time, but it's got that signature Full Moon charm to it. And by Full Moon charm, we mean that sh*t goes flamboyantly off the rails sooner than later.
History: Zarkorr does not breathe. He does not sleep. He just destroys. In other words, he's the perfect test for humanity sent by aliens who have been studying us for years. They also chose a complete nobody to combat the monster, creating a pixie-sized companion for him out of his thoughts just to help him out. Yup. This all happens in rapid succession. A simple giant monster movie would have done just fine.
Notable Kills: Nothing special.
Final Fate: The chosen one finally solves the riddle of Zarkorr being the key to his own weakness by having the monster fire its lasers at a reflective capsule, destroying him and leaving behind an orb, presumably his soul, that flies into space.
Powers/Abilities: Zarkorr fires eye lasers, and is quite resilient.
Weakness: If anyone can reflect his lasers back at him or at least make a weapon as destructive as said lasers, he's dust.
Scariness Factor: 3.5-Admittingly, Zarkorr is a bit cheap for kaiju standards, appearing rather stiff in most shots, especially with his arms and neck. But he's still a powerful kaiju, and at times looks like the Devil, especially when his backdrop is either pure shadow or fire.
Trivia: -Zarkorr gets his name from a 1962 short story from Marvel comics called "I Accepted the Deadly Challenge of Zarkorr!".
-This kaiju's rather catchy theme song, "Zarkorr!", was done by the band, "Fuzzbee Morse".