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Re: GODZILLA: Monster Apocalypse (novel)

Posted: Sat Mar 24, 2018 6:13 am
by TheInfiniteAeon
Because I'm bored I started thinking of "What if Monster Apocalypse was made as a 24-episode anime"

First Half
    1. Kamacuras in New York
    2. Dogora in London
    3. Anguirus, Rodan and Operation: Hedorah
    4. Gabara in South America (Complete with the tease of Mothra?)
    5. Megalon in Africa (Episode ends with a refugee ship in the Mediterranean being attacked by Gezora)
    6. Dagahra and the Red Christmas Scourge
    7. Griffons in Cairo
    8. The Return of Megalon/Orga in Turkey (Told from the perspective of a refugee fleeing from Africa to Turkey. Could do a bit where he/she meets a character from the previous episode that also ended up at the Turkish camp.)
    9. Maguma in North Korea
    10. Sea Monsters Part 1: The Atlantic- Manda, Gezora and Ganimes (This two-parter is told from the perspective of a scientific report by Dr. Kyohei Yamane.)
    11. Sea Monsters Part 2: The Pacific- Kamoebas, Ebirah and the Giant Octopus (The episode ends with Dr. Yamane investigating the dead Kamoebas IV on Odo Island and theorizes the existence of Godzilla.)
    12. Godzilla in Los Angeles
Second Half
    13. The Return of Godzilla
    14. Kumonga and Kamacuras in America (Told as a post-apocalyptic survivor story)
    15. Godzilla in Western Europe
    16. The Exif (An episode without monsters that focuses on the first contact scenario and shed light on the Exif religion)
    17. The Bilusaludo (Although most of the episode focuses on the Bilusaludo arrival, it'd also show the Siberian railroad being terrorized by Megaguirus and the Rodans. Episode ends with the formation of the United Earth and the production of new anti-kaiju technology.)
    18. Operation: Eternal Light Part 1- Gotengo vs Manda
    19. Operation: Eternal Light Part 2- Moguera vs Biollante
    20. Operation: Eternal Light Part 3- Zilla in Rouen
    21. Operation: Eternal Light Part 4- Gorosaurus in Paris (Episode can cut away to the plans for the Oratio, Aratrum and maybe Mechagodzilla)
    22. Operation: Great Wall
    23. The Final Battle in Hamamatsu
    24. Evacuation of Earth

Re: GODZILLA: Monster Apocalypse (novel)

Posted: Sat Mar 24, 2018 9:09 am
by Gojira2K
I really hope they do something like this. It would make the movies have a lot more substance to them.

Re: GODZILLA: Monster Apocalypse (novel)

Posted: Sat Mar 24, 2018 7:05 pm
by Ghidrah23
The ending of episode 5 would be so emotional

Re: GODZILLA: Monster Apocalypse (novel)

Posted: Sat Mar 24, 2018 9:25 pm
by Gojira2K
I know, big time. If they'd consider the first 12 episodes a season, Godzilla's emergence would be an amazing way to end a season.

Re: GODZILLA: Monster Apocalypse (novel)

Posted: Sat Mar 24, 2018 10:24 pm
by Ghidrah23
Episode 5 ending will be like Attack on Titan episode 1 ending

Re: GODZILLA: Monster Apocalypse (novel)

Posted: Sun Mar 25, 2018 3:13 am
by TheInfiniteAeon
The quality would have to be so good for the first half that the audience is willing to wait for 11 episodes before Godzilla, the title character, actually shows up.

Re: GODZILLA: Monster Apocalypse (novel)

Posted: Sun Mar 25, 2018 8:21 pm
by Ghidrah23
Yes. And one think that they should do is tone down the casualties of the early attacks, since Dagahra caused millions of casualties after he was defeated and Megalon caused millions probably in the course of a decade, while Godzilla, who is set to appear in the end of the first series, caused millions of casualties in a short time, the pivotal and the key point of the series

Re: GODZILLA: Monster Apocalypse (novel)

Posted: Sun Mar 25, 2018 8:28 pm
by Gojira2K
If they were to do one, I don't think they should call it Godzilla. Maybe just call it Planet of the Monsters.

Re: GODZILLA: Monster Apocalypse (novel)

Posted: Mon Mar 26, 2018 8:34 am
by TheInfiniteAeon
Gojira2K wrote:If they were to do one, I don't think they should call it Godzilla. Maybe just call it Planet of the Monsters.


Planet of the Monsters (feat. Godzilla) :lol: :lol:

since Dagahra caused millions of casualties after he was defeated and Megalon caused millions probably in the course of a decade


Well you could just mention the collapse of Australia on a newspaper or news report in the next episode with a headline; I imagine the Barem infestation to be a gradual suffering. As I understand it Megalon only attacks twice with a gap of 10 years, destroying several small nations on his first raid and destroying South Africa in the second raid. The destruction of South Africa cut the population of the African continent in half as 300 to 400 million people fled to Europe or the Middle East.

Re: GODZILLA: Monster Apocalypse (novel)

Posted: Mon Mar 26, 2018 9:14 am
by Gojira2K
TheInfiniteAeon wrote:
Gojira2K wrote:If they were to do one, I don't think they should call it Godzilla. Maybe just call it Planet of the Monsters.


Planet of the Monsters (feat. Godzilla) :lol: :lol:


I like it. ;)

Re: GODZILLA: Monster Apocalypse (novel)

Posted: Sun Apr 29, 2018 5:42 pm
by Holy Tiger
TheInfiniteAeon wrote:Because I'm bored I started thinking of "What if Monster Apocalypse was made as a 24-episode anime"

First Half
    1. Kamacuras in New York
    2. Dogora in London
    3. Anguirus, Rodan and Operation: Hedorah
    4. Gabara in South America (Complete with the tease of Mothra?)
    5. Megalon in Africa (Episode ends with a refugee ship in the Mediterranean being attacked by Gezora)
    6. Dagahra and the Red Christmas Scourge
    7. Griffons in Cairo
    8. The Return of Megalon/Orga in Turkey (Told from the perspective of a refugee fleeing from Africa to Turkey. Could do a bit where he/she meets a character from the previous episode that also ended up at the Turkish camp.)
    9. Maguma in North Korea
    10. Sea Monsters Part 1: The Atlantic- Manda, Gezora and Ganimes (This two-parter is told from the perspective of a scientific report by Dr. Kyohei Yamane.)
    11. Sea Monsters Part 2: The Pacific- Kamoebas, Ebirah and the Giant Octopus (The episode ends with Dr. Yamane investigating the dead Kamoebas IV on Odo Island and theorizes the existence of Godzilla.)
    12. Godzilla in Los Angeles
Second Half
    13. The Return of Godzilla
    14. Kumonga and Kamacuras in America (Told as a post-apocalyptic survivor story)
    15. Godzilla in Western Europe
    16. The Exif (An episode without monsters that focuses on the first contact scenario and shed light on the Exif religion)
    17. The Bilusaludo (Although most of the episode focuses on the Bilusaludo arrival, it'd also show the Siberian railroad being terrorized by Megaguirus and the Rodans. Episode ends with the formation of the United Earth and the production of new anti-kaiju technology.)
    18. Operation: Eternal Light Part 1- Gotengo vs Manda
    19. Operation: Eternal Light Part 2- Moguera vs Biollante
    20. Operation: Eternal Light Part 3- Zilla in Rouen
    21. Operation: Eternal Light Part 4- Gorosaurus in Paris (Episode can cut away to the plans for the Oratio, Aratrum and maybe Mechagodzilla)
    22. Operation: Great Wall
    23. The Final Battle in Hamamatsu
    24. Evacuation of Earth



Do you have Godzilla: Project MechaGodzilla TOO?

https://wikizilla.org/wiki/images/thumb/5/50/GODZILLA_Project_Mechagodzilla.jpg/422px-GODZILLA_Project_Mechagodzilla.jpg

Re: GODZILLA: Monster Apocalypse (novel)

Posted: Sun Apr 29, 2018 6:45 pm
by TheInfiniteAeon
No. I made this based on the known info we have of Monster Apocalypse. I'm gonna have to wait for Wikizilla's video on Project Mechagodzilla (which I hope they do) to get a concrete idea of how to revise this.

Re: GODZILLA: Monster Apocalypse (novel)

Posted: Sun Apr 29, 2018 7:33 pm
by King of the Monsters
We're working on transcribing stuff from the novel and getting a complete picture of the story. The second anime timeline video will probably be uploaded in July at this point.

Re: GODZILLA: Monster Apocalypse (novel)

Posted: Sun Apr 29, 2018 8:23 pm
by TheInfiniteAeon
King of the Monsters wrote:We're working on transcribing stuff from the novel and getting a complete picture of the story. The second anime timeline video will probably be uploaded in July at this point.


Interesting. Well it'll come around anyways, I'm in no rush to get it all ASAP.

Re: GODZILLA: Monster Apocalypse (novel)

Posted: Mon Jul 16, 2018 11:22 pm
by LamangoKaijura
Gorosaurus takes out at least two Super X's in China in the sequel novel.

Re: GODZILLA: Monster Apocalypse (novel)

Posted: Tue Jul 17, 2018 3:56 am
by King of the Monsters
Gorosaurus brought down two Super X2s in Paris in the first novel. I don’t know if the second one in China did anything. All I know is that he was sighted living underground in China during “Operation: Great Wall.”

Re: GODZILLA: Monster Apocalypse (novel)

Posted: Tue Jul 17, 2018 4:37 am
by Solia
Wish these were movies. looks like fans are gonna have to wait till world of Godzilla (the new cinematic universe toho is making) or the monsterverse does something similar

Re: GODZILLA: Monster Apocalypse (novel)

Posted: Sat Aug 04, 2018 2:56 pm
by LamangoKaijura
So far, we even got the giant rats from Latitude Zero. But we're missing some major hitters, like Gaira and Sanda. Some make sense, like Space Godzilla not appearing, but Sanda and Gaira? Matango? Shockirus? Giant Sea Snake? Bat People? Hell, a troop of the Yetis from Half Human would be amazing too. I'm hoping these guys will be in Novel 3 if they plan it.

Re: GODZILLA: Monster Apocalypse (novel)

Posted: Sat Aug 04, 2018 3:48 pm
by GigaBowserG
LamangoKaijura wrote:So far, we even got the giant rats from Latitude Zero. But we're missing some major hitters, like Gaira and Sanda. Some make sense, like Space Godzilla not appearing, but Sanda and Gaira? Matango? Shockirus? Giant Sea Snake? Bat People? Hell, a troop of the Yetis from Half Human would be amazing too. I'm hoping these guys will be in Novel 3 if they plan it.


Unfortunately, the author mentioned in an article a couple months back that he had no plans for a 3rd novel; he felt the series wrapped up nicely with Project Mechagodzilla. However, if he did continue, he mentioned how he'd be interested in introducing a race of "Telegian" humans on... the moon, I think. Inspired by the 1960 movie, The Secret of the Telegian.

Re: GODZILLA: Monster Apocalypse (novel)

Posted: Sat Aug 04, 2018 4:50 pm
by LamangoKaijura
Well that sucks... Left out the Gargantuas? Really?