???? wrote: Monsterarts killed my father and married my mother! They are a threat to the entirety if Godzilla collecting and MUST BE STOPPED AT ALL COSTS BEFORE MORE PEOPLE DIEEEEE!!!!!!!!!!
It isn't conderacting if i'm pissed.
NUMQUAM OBLIVISCEMUR MICHAELIS CRICHTONIS
eabaker wrote:Jake Jaguar is asking too many questions about this whole Mulwraygalon affair...
Svitska Donkun wrote:Too much focus on human characters. No attempt to add depth to the mythos, or add character to the monsters. We still don't know where they come from, how they fit into things, how the government reacts on a wide scale. there's no sense of balance. And gain, the comic isn't even about Godzilla. It should really follow the formula of Dark Horse and Marvel, but it's trying something else that isn't very in the spirit of the franchise. It's about a crack team of monster slayers, not about Godzilla. This is wrong. There's no effort in expanding the universe,it's very narrow minded. I buy "Godzilla" to read about the adventures of Godzilla. The comic is not titled "Boxer".
The fundamental problem of "If we have human characters, then we lose monster action, and if we have monster action, we lose human characters" is solved quite simply, so simply it's stupid to ignore, by making your monsters the characters and having them drive the plot. The only bone I can throw issue #2is that Anguirus has personality. Other than that, he is still a plot device.
kaiju115 wrote:Issue 2 was pretty, but it's still not perfect. I like that they've already given us the human characters, but still the monsters need some character in them as well.
Rody wrote:I have to agree with TokyoVigilante; that cover is awesome.
Dave wrote:I will skreeonk hop on a plane, come to your home, log into my account through your computer, and warn you right thar in front of you while I cockslap the shit out of you. Then I'll make myself a sandwich while you huddle in a corner sobbing to yourself.
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