Jaqua92 wrote: Tyrant28 wrote:
Dv-218 wrote:So, how good is it in general? Is it better than "Awakening", or somewhat more consistent? Atleast the general artstyle looks much better from the leaked panels I saw on instagram.
Definitely better than Awakening, the story is decent for me at least,
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Hm, interesting. I wonder if this one of the causes for the shape of his spines in KOTM. While obviously the changes were purely aesthetic from a directors point of view, they did say they'll provide an explanation here- which is rather curious.
Also, good luck trying to sleep thinking about the convulated as skreeonk MUTO breeding/lifecycle
It gets even more convoluted, if the G14’s Muto were allowed to breed then she would have eventually eaten the Male and turned into a Muto Prime herself.
Another thing is that we can call the dead Godzilla from the Philippine mines, Dagon, which what he was called by the ancient civilization. The Godzilla fighting the Muto Prime in the paintings isn’t our Godzilla.
Can you further explain this? So when does this story take place, when Godzilla defeats the muto prime? Before 2014?
So that Godzilla is our Godzilla. But which one isn't? Cave paintings? So that was a dead Godzilla we saw at the beginning of 2014? It certainly is confusing
The comic takes place right after G2014, Monarch is already public knowledge here. The death of the two MUTOs by Godzilla is the factor that directly causes the awakening of MUTO prime, in order to restore the population and repeat that bizarre lifecycle.
Basically, the comic features a Phoenician Mosaic which depicts a battle between a Godzilla and the prime, which ends with the prime killing it and planting the spores in it. That Godzilla is a different specimen, and was called "Dagon" by the Phoenicians. And yes, it's also the Philippines skeleton. The implication is that multiple members of Godzilla's species were alive at the time, and the prime killed several of them before (atleast that's what I understood).
As for the cave paintings we saw in KSI and the marketing, that's definitely THE Godzilla- as in, the one alive right now. It's pretty much confirmed that Godzilla and King Ghidorah have an ages long rivalry between each other, and that they met before.