SG-17 wrote:So do all of the Titans feed off of radiation or do they prey on each other/eat fish/other animal life, etc?
It is a good question. But I believe that all Titans appeared at a time when Earth had very high levels of radiation.
In addition to Godzilla himself, M.U.TO.S also fed on radiation, as we saw in G2014. Even when they are parasitizing another Titan it is said that they feed on the nuclear material in the Titan's blood:
"MUTO Prime is genetically programmed to look for a Titan host for its descendants." After defeating an opponent in battle, the flexible MUTO Prime ovipositors, guided by uranium in the blood of a Titan, stab the tail of a scorpion, and the eggs incubate by breaking the hemoglobin in the blood of the host to feed on the nuclear material, eventually the host unable to replenish its atomic energy until it finally dies. "
So I assume all titans feed on nuclear energy.
My doubt is Kong and the other monsters of the SI.
And I'm loving reading what you're writing about Rodan.
He / She will probably be my favorite titan along with Ghidorah. As I mentioned earlier, I'm not much in favor of the "benevolent" Godzilla. Some people even suggested that Rodan has more personality than him. And the more I read the spoilers, less I sympathize with Godzilla.
I think the intention was bring him closer to the public, making people like him. But to me his personality is a bit contradictory. He fights for a balance threatened by humans, but he does nothing against us. We not only destroy the planet, but we are also responsible for the awakening of M.U.T.Os and Ghidorah, but Godzilla seems to forgive mankind every time. He's very unilateral in its intentions. He is now a giant Deud ex machina to humans.
In addition, Ghidorah and M.U.T.O do not sound like "villains," since all they do is by their own survival or for their species. Different from humans.
Rodan, however, behaves more appropriately. I hope Legendary has more plans for him / her.
Despite Rodan and Mothra are well featured in this movie, the fact that there are so many Titans in the monsterverse makes me feel like that both are just "another Titan." If they aren't cited again or well used in future films this impression will get stronger.
I'm sorry for the precarious English