Living Corpse wrote:These things take forever to come out.
There's a Half-Life joke in there somewhere.
axnyslie wrote:I read that too quickly I though you said land MINES. Yes they are still out there so step lightly!
3000 wrote:Living Corpse wrote:I just realized, we have analysis from Showa, Heisei and Legendary, but none from Millennium.
I would love to see a Megaguirus analysis
3000 wrote:Perhaps this has been asked before, but what decides what gets made into a character analysis? I'm assuming a lot of it has to do with available information about the kaiju and such. So do certain eras have a lot more information on the films/kaiju than others? Are there alot of books about the showa era but not too much information about the Heisei? (as an example)
Just curious to peer into the process a little bit.
Arbok wrote:TyrantGojira wrote:Funny thing is that we don't have one on Godzilla himself. Now that's sad.
I prefer to dissect those monsters we know less about and reveal things about them if possible. For example, it wasn't really known by English speakers that King Caesar was a golem-like monster until that analysis or that Anguirus had multiple brains. If something grabs me then will do an analysis on them.
Arbok wrote:Living Corpse wrote:I wonder where Arbok and Tom get their hands on those books, and how they translate them.
The books are acquired online (US and Japan auctions, along with sites), conventions, and even some local book stores. Translations are done by staff member Matthew Mikell, as mentioned in the more recent articles.
As for why there aren't more of these, there is a reason: they are the single most time consuming feature on the site. Although the translated manga pages take awhile to do as well.
Mecha M wrote:[after seeing Shin Godzilla's design] Looks like partially cooked carne asada
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