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Re: Godzilla 1994 graphic novel

Postby daveblackeye15 » Thu Nov 22, 2018 4:25 pm

Mecha-SpaceGhidorah wrote:
daveblackeye15 wrote:Hm I tried going to their site and it seems to be down. Hopefully they are just getting the stuff up and Toho didn't get angry at them or something.

Assuming that this is the right URL (and it looks right to me), http://americankaiju.kaijuphile.com/american-godzilla94/, it seems to be working fine for me at least.


Well I googled Kaijphile and Godzilla 94 and the first few links did not work. Thanks for one that works.

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Re: Godzilla 1994 graphic novel

Postby KaijuCanuck » Thu Nov 22, 2018 5:44 pm

Kinda wish they would release it all at once, I'd love to just settle down and dig in. Then again, a few days ago I'd completely forgotten this existed so, first world problems I guess.
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Re: Godzilla 1994 graphic novel

Postby mikelcho » Thu Nov 22, 2018 7:27 pm

KaijuCanuck wrote:
mikelcho wrote:
KaijuCanuck wrote:
Original Poster. :D
Gee, thanks!


Ah. Only just now am I sensing that you might be being sarcastic... but you’re welcome anyways.
No sarcasm was intended-just being polite here.

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Re: Godzilla 1994 graphic novel

Postby daveblackeye15 » Thu Nov 22, 2018 9:06 pm

Yeah this two week wait will be tough so I kinda hope I forget about this for a while.

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Re: Godzilla 1994 graphic novel

Postby Sauron » Fri Nov 30, 2018 7:54 am

Hi all,

Todd has decided to reduce the wait between releases to one week instead of two, with new pages dropping every Thursday. The next 10 pages are now up, enjoy!
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Re: Godzilla 1994 graphic novel

Postby daveblackeye15 » Fri Nov 30, 2018 4:42 pm

Oh sweet! Yeah a week is a lot better I'd say.

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Re: Godzilla 1994 graphic novel

Postby Sauron » Wed Dec 05, 2018 11:04 pm

I just uploaded the next 10 pages to the Godzilla 94 graphic novel! Enjoy!
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Re: Godzilla 1994 graphic novel

Postby daveblackeye15 » Thu Dec 06, 2018 11:26 am

Yep read it a while ago. Yeah this is already looking more enjoyable than 98 Godzilla. I am a little mixed on seeing him breathe fire so early. I guess the way they held off the breathe attack for so long until the perfect moment in Godzilla 2014 spoiled me. I was trying to figure out who the asshole was among the cast of characters and I saw Pyle was like 'oh yeah that's right. That's him.'
Yeah one week between the wait is way better than two I say.

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Re: Godzilla 1994 graphic novel

Postby Sauron » Thu Dec 06, 2018 11:45 am

daveblackeye15 wrote:Yep read it a while ago. Yeah this is already looking more enjoyable than 98 Godzilla. I am a little mixed on seeing him breathe fire so early. I guess the way they held off the breathe attack for so long until the perfect moment in Godzilla 2014 spoiled me. I was trying to figure out who the asshole was among the cast of characters and I saw Pyle was like 'oh yeah that's right. That's him.'
Yeah one week between the wait is way better than two I say.


Thanks for the feedback!

I know what you mean about the beam, but I'm torn. I like the way Godzilla 2014 held it until the end, but at the same time it reminded me of Voltron from back in the day... They would always wait to form into Voltron until things got completely out of control and I would always wonder "Why didn't they just do that at the beginning of the fight?", lol.

I'm going to alert Todd about this topic so that he can swing by and chat if he gets a chance. He's always loves getting feedback about his projects!

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Re: Godzilla 1994 graphic novel

Postby daveblackeye15 » Thu Dec 13, 2018 5:34 pm

Oh god forgot it was Thursday! Distracted by a cold, the new trailer and finally opening the Spider-Man PS4 game. That blur effect on page 35 makes the guards look like they have super speed. I read a lot of comic books so that's my knee jerk reaction. Hm don't think Ghidorah ever caused a plague of frogs with his arrival.

Added in 14 days 21 hours 16 minutes 50 seconds:
Oh yeah it is Friday! It feels like the pieces are coming together. We got our cast forming. I found it hard to believe no one died when Godzilla woke up with the married scientists on top of him. Still one surviving is a bit better I mean they sure were flung far.

Added in 14 days 8 hours 39 minutes 38 seconds:
Oh yeah! Newest update had some monster action! Got our second atomic breathe.

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Re: Godzilla 1994 graphic novel

Postby LSD Jellyfish » Sat Jan 12, 2019 6:26 am

I flipped through it, Godzilla eating trees...interesting.
It’s also clear seeing what may have wound up in the 1998 film, like the whole submarine thing.

I can’t really fault the artist, because I think it’s really more to show what they did and most likely are doing it for free, but a lot of the stills are really jarring and it’s apparent they just took stock images of animals and such or people and digitally manipulated them.

Looking forward to seeing the rest, it’s also funny how it’s not restricted in how balls to the wall crazy it is with introducing exterteristials immediately.
Then, everything changed when the Giant Condor became the Giant Eagle.


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