|“||Fright makes right!||„|
|~ The Gromble, about the Monster Academy's credo.|
Monsters (not to be confused with Complete Monsters) come in many shapes and forms, some comical some terrifying: from city-smashing giants such as Godzilla to beings that lurk in the shadows and frighten children such as Mr. Waternoose, Randall Boggs and Pitch. Any villain who goes against the laws of nature in appearance can be found here.
- Sea Monsters: Sea Monsters are the creatures that live in or came from the ocean. Sea monsters are sea-dwelling mythical or legendary creatures, often believed to be of immense size. Marine monsters can take many forms, including sea dragons, sea serpents, or multi-armed beasts. They can be slimy or scaly and are often pictured threatening ships or spouting jets of water. The definition of a "monster" is subjective, and some sea monsters may have been based on scientifically accepted creatures such as whales and types of giant and colossal squid.
- Giant Monsters: Monsters of exceptional size and strength - such as Godzilla.
- Eye-Monsters: Villains that do not follow the archetype of having just two eyes, alternatively its two eyes have a distictive feature or special powers. Perhaps one of the most widely used designs for monsters is that of a large eye that is often without a body and may move about with aid of tentacles, wings or even simply by floating (defying worldly physics): they are often many times larger than a normal eye but can sometimes be smaller. Alternatively another common theme is a monster that has an excessive number of eyes, to the point the eyes become a major part of their physical appearance and may or may not relate to their powers - these "multi-eyed" monsters can be more humanoid in appearance than traditional Eye-Monsters but are often just as alien in design and purpose. Also a final (and arguably more popular) third variation of this archetype is the Cyclops - monsters that have a large single eye on their head: this feature was originally found in the giants of Greek myth but has since become a very common theme in many works.
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