Varan Bon Ziller wrote:I like sundaes, but I'd be pretty *@!##)* if Godzilla was made into a giant tub of ice cream.
Arbok wrote:The Art Adams cover makes me wish we were getting a series based around that concept, i.e. a story more modeled after a GMK style Godzilla who is positioned as the "monster to beat"... and really just to see that design month after month.
It isn't conderacting if i'm pissed.
Captain Aktion wrote:Personally, I love the GMK suit and hope it gets some use at some point. I tend to think that giving G a crocodillian head makes a bit more sense than a cat-face or rat-face, but that might be me.
However, I just wish, at some point, Toho would start to acknowledge that Showa designs of Godzilla DO still exist and ARE still quite popular. Where's my Mosu-Goji taking on a Heisei MG? That's the kind of flexibility comic art lets you achieve, so why are they so afraid of it?
Poe Ghostal wrote:I think one thing that would be nice to see is a tad bit of experimentation with using the monster's perspective rather than the humans'. I don't want thought bubbles or third-person-omniscient yellow boxes or anything, but seeing the monsters in action on their own occasionally would be nice. One thing IDW has struggled with (except in some of the Legends issues) is giving the monsters any sense of character. It's something Dark Horse and even Marvel tried to do, with varying degrees of success.
And while it might be a bit of a challenge with Godzilla, I can see this happening with a "good" monster...maybe even some rudimentary (non-telepathic) communication with humanity? Sanda strikes me as a good candidate...humanity could sort of befriend/recruit a kaiju like Sanda in its war on the more destructive monsters.
I'm sure that won't be everyone's cup of tea, but what I'd really enjoy seeing is an expansion of the Toho "mythos" so to speak - some exploration of the monsters' origins, some growth of their character, a mystery to solve - anything other than focusing entirely on human military running around tracking and fighting the monsters, which has been the MO since the Marvel days with SHIELD.
I suppose Toho is keeping a tight leash on the kind of stories IDW can tell, though. Though some of the Legends issues would seem to dispute that (particularly the Titanosaurus one, with Miki and Mugal).
???? 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!!!!!!!!!!
SuperSaiyan4Godzilla wrote:And Godzilla isn't Pixar. The latter deals with children. The former deals with adults who behave like children.
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