SoggyNoodles2016 wrote:I mean , it might. none of the other films really had a reason or need to bring it up.
Zarm wrote:I would think that his direct involvement in events and knowledge his book would still be around in the future would only encourage him to write the book- even if it doesn't do so well. At least he knows he'll be remembered, by a few, for it.
Not the book the Futurians used to conceive their plan.
Terasawa's book about about -Godzilla being created by the atomic explosion on Lagos Island- does not exist after the events of GvsKG because Terasawa sees Godzilla being removed from Lagos Island before the explosion. Later he learns that Godzilla was created by the sinking of a Russian nuclear submarine in the 1970s. The Futurians can't come from the timeline where the events of GvsKG happen because Terasawa is never going to write a book about Godzilla being created on Lagos Island after he personally witnessed history being changed.
If Terasawa does
write a book about Godzilla's origin it will be about the Russian nuclear submarine disaster- which the Futurians did not have in their timeline.
Terasawa may or may not have written a second, different book in the new timeline (if he felt like it I guess?), but that's not what my statement was about.
Jesus, am I actually defending the continuity of the Heisei Era?
I wasn't criticizing the Heisei continuity, I was criticizing fanon.