Monsters | Creatures

Monsters and creatures are fantastical beings. They are part of our stories, our folklore and mythologies. The word monster derives from the word ‘monstrous’ which is used to describe something or someone as unnatural, horrifying, or evil. Monsters are non-human entities who have strange and mystical powers or characteristics. They come in all shapes and forms and live in all sorts of places -- some live underground or in the sea, but others live under your bed or in your wardrobe. Frankenstein’s Monster is a really famous monster, but he has always been misunderstood. He was just a little lonely.

What is a monster?

A monster can be defined as an imaginary creature that is generally large, ugly, and frightening. A monster is considered a horror creature, like Frankenstein or Dracula, that often appear in literature and films to scare audiences. Monsters are regarded as grotesque who scare others with their appearance, and threaten society with their powers. Monsters can also be human-like, but they are portrayed as lower class, mutants, and supernatural.

What do monsters look like?

Typical images of monsters include animals with no heads or exaggerated features. Monsters are often ugly, lurk in the dark, and do not look like anything else. Physically monsters sometimes have qualities like dwarfism, giantism, physical splicing with other creatures, extra or missing human features, or more elements that differentiates them completely from what society accepts as normal.

Why are we afraid of monsters?

Humans are afraid of monsters because they challenge society’s standards. We create monsters and they are often a reflection of ourselves. Monsters are also characteristically out of our control and do not follow rules or opinions. Monsters are not predictable and tend to be extremely violent. Also, since we do not know what to expect from monsters or easy to explain and our mind makes them scarier than they actually are.

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Browse through our curated Monsters | Creatures Guides for additional categorizations, tips, details, variations, styles, and histories of Monsters | Creatures. Guides provide additional insights into the unique properties and shared relationships between elements.

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7’ | 2.13 m
Bride of Frankenstein (1935)
Bride of Frankenstein
213.000
1935.00
40000
3D
Bride of Frankenstein
Bulbasaur
148000
2’4” | 71.1 cm
15.2 lb | 6.9 kg
#001
Bulbasaur
71.100
6.900
1.00
148000
3D
Bulbasaur
Charizard
184000
5’7” | 170.2 cm
199.5 lb | 90.5 kg
#006
Charizard
170.200
90.500
6.00
184000
3D
Charizard
2’0” | 61 cm
18.7 lb | 8.5 kg
#004
Charmander
61.000
8.500
4.00
109000
3D
Charmander
6’5” | 1.96 m
Creature from the Black Lagoon (1954)
Creature from the Black Lagoon
196.000
1954.00
56000
3D
Creature from the Black Lagoon
Dementor
Guide-1-F
Guide-2-B
Guide-2-C
21000
9’10” | 3 m
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (1999)
Dementor
300.000
1999.00
21000
3D
Dementor
26”-32” | 66-80 cm
45”-54” | 114-137 cm
Demodog
80.000
137.000
4700
3D
Demodog
6’-10’ | 1.83-3.05 m
Demogorgon
305.000
116000
3D
Demogorgon
Ditto
134000
1’0” | 30.5 cm
8.8 lb | 4 kg
#132
Ditto
30.500
4.000
132.00
134000
3D
Ditto
Dobby
Guide-1-F
61500
3’6” | 1.06 m
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (1998)
Dobby
106.000
1998.00
61500
3D
Dobby
Dracula
122000
6’4” | 1.93 m
Dracula (novel, 1897), Dracula (film, 1931)
Dracula
193.000
1897.00
122000
3D
Dracula
7’3” | 221 cm
463 lb | 210 kg
#149
Dragonite
221.000
210.000
149.00
97000
3D
Dragonite
Eevee
239000
1’0” | 30.5 cm
14.3 lb | 6.5 kg
#133
Eevee
30.500
6.500
133.00
239000
3D
Eevee
8’ | 2.4 m (novel)
Frankenstein (novel, 1818), Frankenstein (film, 1931)
Frankenstein’s Monster
240.000
1818.00
211000
3D
Frankenstein’s Monster
Gengar
142000
4’11” | 149.9 cm
89.3 lb | 40.5 kg
#094
Gengar
149.900
40.500
94.00
142000
3D
Gengar
Gremlin
51000
24” | 61 cm
Gremlins (1984)
Gremlin
61.000
1984.00
51000
3D
Gremlin
Gyarados
114000
21’4” | 650.2 cm
41’ | 12.5 m
518 lb | 235 kg
#130
Gyarados
650.200
1250.000
235.000
130.00
114000
3D
Gyarados
5’7” | 1.70 m
The Invisible Man (novel, 1897), The Invisible Man (film, 1933)
Invisible Man
170.000
1897.00
42000
3D
Invisible Man
5’9" | 1.75 m
12’9” | 3.9 m
1983 (Episode VI: Return of the Jedi)
Jabba the Hutt
175.000
390.000
1983.00
86000
3D
Jabba the Hutt
1’8” | 50.8 cm
12.1 lb | 5.5 kg
#039
Jigglypuff
50.800
5.500
39.00
96000
3D
Jigglypuff
Mew
100000
1’4” | 40.6 cm
8.8 lb | 4 kg
#151
Mew
40.600
4.000
151.00
100000
3D
Mew
Mewtwo
152000
6’7” | 200.7 cm
269 lb | 122 kg
#150
Mewtwo
200.700
122.000
150.00
152000
3D
Mewtwo
Nosferatu
153000
6’3” | 1.91 m
Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror (1922)
Nosferatu
191.000
1922.00
153000
3D
Nosferatu
Pennywise
358000
6’3.5” | 1.92 m
1986 (Novel), 1990 (TV)
Pennywise
192.000
1986.00
358000
3D
Pennywise
Pikachu
524000
1’4” | 40.6 cm
13.2 lb | 6 kg
#025
Pikachu
40.600
6.000
25.00
524000
3D
Pikachu
Psyduck
66000
2’7” | 78.7 cm
43.2 lb | 19.6 kg
#054
Psyduck
78.700
19.600
54.00
66000
3D
Psyduck
Snorlax
130000
6’11” | 210.8 cm
1014 lb | 460 kg
#143
Snorlax
210.800
460.000
143.00
130000
3D
Snorlax
Squirtle
105000
1’8” | 50.8 cm
19.8 lb | 9 kg
#007
Squirtle
50.800
9.000
7.00
105000
3D
Squirtle
5’11” | 1.8 m
The Mummy (1932)
The Mummy
180.000
1932.00
71000
3D
The Mummy
Vampira
21000
5’7” | 1.70 m
The Vampira Show (1954)
Vampira
170.000
1954.00
21000
3D
Vampira
6’2” | 1.88 m
The Wolf Man (1941)
Wolf Man
188.000
1941.00
5100
3D
Wolf Man
Jigglypuff
Scaled elevation drawing comparing the height of Jigglypuff to people

Jigglypuff, known as Purin in Japan, is a dual type fairy and normal Pokémon (prior to Generation 4, it was just a normal type) introduced in the first generation of games. Jigglypuff is a round, puffy, pink creature with short arms and legs, wide eyes, and a curly tuft of hair. Jigglypuff evolves from Igglybuff and when exposed to a moonstone, evolves into Wigglytuff. Able to deflate and inflate at will, Jigglypuff can flatten itself or float by inhaling. Known for its soothing lullaby, Jigglypuff uses its skills to make an opponent drowsy and fall asleep. Jigglypuff is usually found in lush meadows.

Jigglypuff has an average height of 1’8” (50.8 cm) and weight of 12.1 lb (5.5 kg). Jigglypuff is a Normal and Fairy type Pokémon and is listed as #039 in the National Pokédex.

Dimensioned elevation drawings of Jigglypuff in assorted poses
Jigglypuff, known as Purin in Japan, is a dual type fairy and normal Pokémon (prior to Generation 4, it was just a normal type) introduced in the first generation of games. Jigglypuff is a round, puffy, pink creature with short arms and legs, wide eyes, and a curly tuft of hair.

Jigglypuff has an average height of 1’8” (50.8 cm) and weight of 12.1 lb (5.5 kg). Jigglypuff is a Normal and Fairy type Pokémon and is listed as #039 in the National Pokédex.

Dimensioned elevation drawings of Jigglypuff in assorted poses
Jigglypuff
Height:
1’8” | 50.8 cm
Width:
Length:
Depth:
Weight:
12.1 lb | 5.5 kg
Area:

Generation: 1

Type
Normal, Fairy
Pokédex
#039

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Jigglypuff front elevation, side, back, fighting

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Mew
Scaled illustration of Mew compared to typical people

Mew, known as Hepburn in Japan, is a psychic type mythical Pokémon introduced in the first generation of games. Mew is a pink, two-legged, mammal-looking creature with a snout and long tail. Mew is not known to have any evolutions, but is one of member of the Mew duo, along with Mewtwo. Mew is regarded to have DNA of every Pokémon in it and, therefore, is able to learn any and all skills. Mew is very intelligent, kind, and even selfless. Mew was first discovered in South America, however, Mew is invisible to most people and only shows itself to those that are pure of heart.

Mew has an average height of 1’4” (40.6 cm) and weight of 8.8 lb (4 kg). Mew is a Psychic type Pokémon and is listed as #151 in the National Pokédex.

Collection of elevation drawings of Mew with labeled height
Mew, known as Hepburn in Japan, is a psychic type mythical Pokémon introduced in the first generation of games. Mew is a pink, two-legged, mammal-looking creature with a snout and long tail. Mew is not known to have any evolutions, but is one of member of the Mew duo, along with Mewtwo.

Mew has an average height of 1’4” (40.6 cm) and weight of 8.8 lb (4 kg). Mew is a Psychic type Pokémon and is listed as #151 in the National Pokédex.

Collection of elevation drawings of Mew with labeled height
Mew
Height:
1’4” | 40.6 cm
Width:
Length:
Depth:
Weight:
8.8 lb | 4 kg
Area:

Generation: 1

Type
Psychic
Pokédex
#151

Drawings include:
Mew front elevation, side, back, fighting

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Psyduck
Scaled illustration of Psyduck compared to typical people

Psyduck, known as Golduck in Japan, is a water type Pokémon introduced in the first generation of games. Psyduck is a yellow-cream creature that resembles a duck or a platypus. Psyduck is plagued by a constant migraine and usually just stands vacantly trying to quell its aching head. However, when the headache intensifies to an unbearable magnitude, Psyduck releases powerful brain waves beyond his normal scope of power, similar to a Psychic Pokémon. Psyduck is seen as a running joke in the anime series when one of the main characters accidentally captures a Psyduck and sends it into battle by mistake.

Psyduck has an average height of 2’7” (78.7 cm) and weight of 43.2 lb (19.6 kg). Psyduck is a Water type Pokémon and is listed as #054 in the National Pokédex.

Collection of elevation drawings of Psyduck with labeled height
Psyduck, known as Golduck in Japan, is a water type Pokémon introduced in the first generation of games. Psyduck is a yellow-cream creature that resembles a duck or a platypus. Psyduck is plagued by a constant migraine and usually just stands vacantly trying to quell its aching head.

Psyduck has an average height of 2’7” (78.7 cm) and weight of 43.2 lb (19.6 kg). Psyduck is a Water type Pokémon and is listed as #054 in the National Pokédex.

Collection of elevation drawings of Psyduck with labeled height
Psyduck
Height:
2’7” | 78.7 cm
Width:
Length:
Depth:
Weight:
43.2 lb | 19.6 kg
Area:

Generation: 1

Type
Water
Pokédex
#054

Drawings include:
Psyduck front elevation, side, back, fighting

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Snorlax
Dimensioned height drawing of Snorlax and average people

Snorlax, known as Kabigon in Japan, is a normal type Pokémon introduced in the first generation of games. Snorlax is a huge, bluish-green, creature with a large belly and comparatively short and round limbs. Snorlax evolves from Munchlax and Snorlax has a Gigantamax form. Snorlax can be found napping in inconvenient places in the wild and must be woken up with the soothing sounds of a Poke Flute before being captured. Snorlax has a calm personality, so much so, that it will allow children and small Pokémon to bounce on its large belly. However, do not mistake his calm personality for meekness, the Snorlax is capable of powerful attacks.

Snorlax has an average height of 6’11” (210.8 cm) and weight of 1014 lb (460 kg). Snorlax is a Normal type Pokémon and is listed as #143 in the National Pokédex.

Set of dimensioned height drawings of Snorlax in various postures
Snorlax, known as Kabigon in Japan, is a normal type Pokémon introduced in the first generation of games. Snorlax is a huge, bluish-green, creature with a large belly and comparatively short and round limbs. Snorlax evolves from Munchlax and Snorlax has a Gigantamax form.

Snorlax has an average height of 6’11” (210.8 cm) and weight of 1014 lb (460 kg). Snorlax is a Normal type Pokémon and is listed as #143 in the National Pokédex.

Set of dimensioned height drawings of Snorlax in various postures
Snorlax
Height:
6’11” | 210.8 cm
Width:
Length:
Depth:
Weight:
1014 lb | 460 kg
Area:

Generation: 1

Type
Normal
Pokédex
#143

Drawings include:
Snorlax front elevation, side, back, fighting

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Bulbasaur
Scaled illustration of Bulbasaur compared to typical people

Bulbasaur, known in Japan as Fushigidane, is a poison and grass type Pokémon that was introduced in the first generation of games. Bulbasuar is one of the first three starter Pokémon, along with Charmander and Squirtle. Bulbasaur is the lowest of three evolutions for his type; he evolves into Ivysaur and then his final evolution is Venusaur. As well as being one of the original Pokémon in the games, Bulbasaur is one is one of Ash’s main Pokémon in the first season of the anime. Did you know, Bulbasaur and his two evolutions are the only starter Pokémon family to appear as separate playable characters in the Super Smash Bros series?

Bulbasaur has an average height of 2’4” (71.1 cm) and weight of 15.2 lb (6.9 kg). Bulbasaur is a Grass and Poison type Pokémon and is listed as #001 in the National Pokédex.

Collection of elevation drawings of Bulbasaur with labeled height
Bulbasaur, known in Japan as Fushigidane, is a poison and grass type Pokémon that was introduced in the first generation of games. Bulbasuar is one of the first three starter Pokémon, along with Charmander and Squirtle. Bulbasaur is the lowest of three evolutions for his type.

Bulbasaur has an average height of 2’4” (71.1 cm) and weight of 15.2 lb (6.9 kg). Bulbasaur is a Grass and Poison type Pokémon and is listed as #001 in the National Pokédex.

Collection of elevation drawings of Bulbasaur with labeled height
Bulbasaur
Height:
2’4” | 71.1 cm
Width:
Length:
Depth:
Weight:
15.2 lb | 6.9 kg
Area:

Generation: 1

Type
Grass, Poison
Pokédex
#001

Drawings include:
Bulbasaur front elevation, side, back, fighting

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