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Re: Godzilla : Awakening - Do you consider it canon or not?

Posted: Sat Oct 27, 2018 5:47 pm
by UltramanGoji
Living Corpse wrote:I wanna see psychological horror brought up more, I imagine knowing these giant monsters are real and worse some of them are capable of sinking entire civilizations under the ocean or causing world ending hurricanes is not good for ones mental health.


It would be neat to have a one-shot comic focusing on how these monsters impact the lives of different individuals. Maybe showcase how a schoolteacher would react to their class asking all sorts of unanswerable questions regarding the monsters or how a highly religious person tries to explain them.

Re: Godzilla : Awakening - Do you consider it canon or not?

Posted: Sat Oct 27, 2018 5:58 pm
by Living Corpse
UltramanGoji wrote:
Living Corpse wrote:I wanna see psychological horror brought up more, I imagine knowing these giant monsters are real and worse some of them are capable of sinking entire civilizations under the ocean or causing world ending hurricanes is not good for ones mental health.


It would be neat to have a one-shot comic focusing on how these monsters impact the lives of different individuals. Maybe showcase how a schoolteacher would react to their class asking all sorts of unanswerable questions regarding the monsters or how a highly religious person tries to explain them.


KSI was a missed chance to do some mind skreeonkery, Randa was considered crazy till his proof of giant monsters made it off the island. They could have had it were he's been seeing things that aren't there for years and when he makes it on Skull Island he needs others to tell him they are seeing the same thing as him at times so he can tell what's a real monster and what's just one from his imagination.

Re: Godzilla : Awakening - Do you consider it canon or not?

Posted: Sat Oct 27, 2018 7:16 pm
by SenseiTeriyakiV
UltramanGoji wrote:Some people will be pissy but that's why I'd love Godzilla shifting towards a more chaotic neutral/lawful evil stance in these films, or at least becoming more aggressive towards mankind.

It'd be interesting to see the power go to his head if he ends up coming out on top after KotM, becoming more power hungry and ready to battle.

Re: Godzilla : Awakening - Do you consider it canon or not?

Posted: Thu Nov 01, 2018 11:13 pm
by PitchBlackProgress
https://vimeo.com/298289726

Here you have it folks, Godzilla: Awakening IS canon and skreeonk anyone who tries to say otherwise. :lol:

Re: Godzilla : Awakening - Do you consider it canon or not?

Posted: Thu Nov 01, 2018 11:58 pm
by Living Corpse
K.

It's still a mess.

Re: Godzilla : Awakening - Do you consider it canon or not?

Posted: Fri Nov 02, 2018 12:05 am
by Gawdziller1954
PitchBlackProgress wrote:https://vimeo.com/298289726

Here you have it folks, Godzilla: Awakening IS canon and skreeonk anyone who tries to say otherwise. :lol:

Timestamp pls

And legit, even if it is canon it's sill a huge mess

Re: Godzilla : Awakening - Do you consider it canon or not?

Posted: Fri Nov 02, 2018 12:24 am
by Dv-218
So basically, Serizawa is Japanese count Dracula and an advanced civilization that was capable of building sail-boats existed during the Permian. Cool.

Re: Godzilla : Awakening - Do you consider it canon or not?

Posted: Fri Nov 02, 2018 12:42 am
by PitchBlackProgress
Living Corpse wrote:K.

It's still a mess.

No argument there :lol:

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Dv-218 wrote:So basically, Serizawa is Japanese count Dracula and an advanced civilization that was capable of building sail-boats existed during the Permian. Cool.

Dr. Serizawa's an Iwi, dude. they never age.

Re: Godzilla : Awakening - Do you consider it canon or not?

Posted: Fri Nov 02, 2018 1:04 am
by Living Corpse
Dv-218 wrote:So basically, Serizawa is Japanese count Dracula and an advanced civilization that was capable of building sail-boats existed during the Permian. Cool.


Atlantis confirmed.

Re: Godzilla : Awakening - Do you consider it canon or not?

Posted: Fri Nov 02, 2018 1:28 am
by Dv-218
Living Corpse wrote:
Dv-218 wrote:So basically, Serizawa is Japanese count Dracula and an advanced civilization that was capable of building sail-boats existed during the Permian. Cool.


Atlantis confirmed.


I was thinking more along the lines of a bunch of sapient early archosaurs similar to the Dave Russel dinosauroid, but that works too lmao.

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PitchBlackProgress wrote:
Living Corpse wrote:K.

It's still a mess.

No argument there :lol:

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Dv-218 wrote:So basically, Serizawa is Japanese count Dracula and an advanced civilization that was capable of building sail-boats existed during the Permian. Cool.

Dr. Serizawa's an Iwi, dude. they never age.


Of course, how could I forget that! Everyone knows that they were present on mainland Japan during WWII for some reason, duh.
Also, how are we going to explain color and size changing Godzilla :lol:

Re: Godzilla : Awakening - Do you consider it canon or not?

Posted: Fri Nov 02, 2018 12:20 pm
by MechaGoji Bro7503
So it's cannnnnnnoooon? Aw, there goes the timeline :lol:

So Serizawa found the Fountain of Youth? Neat.

Re: Godzilla : Awakening - Do you consider it canon or not?

Posted: Sat Nov 03, 2018 8:02 am
by Tyrant_Lizard_King
If it's not in film then its technically not canon. Nobody in G14 for example even hints at the idea of another monster being active when Godzilla last appeared. Official comic book prequels are almost always ignored in following films. Just look at all the Transformers tie in comics.

Re: Godzilla : Awakening - Do you consider it canon or not?

Posted: Sat Nov 03, 2018 9:15 am
by PitchBlackProgress
Tyrant_Lizard_King wrote:If it's not in film then its technically not canon. Nobody in G14 for example even hints at the idea of another monster being active when Godzilla last appeared. Official comic book prequels are almost always ignored in following films. Just look at all the Transformers tie in comics.

Id suggest watch the LA Comicon Panel, it’s stated multiple times throughout that everything IS canon.

Re: Godzilla : Awakening - Do you consider it canon or not?

Posted: Sat Nov 03, 2018 9:22 am
by KaijuCanuck
PitchBlackProgress wrote:
Tyrant_Lizard_King wrote:If it's not in film then its technically not canon. Nobody in G14 for example even hints at the idea of another monster being active when Godzilla last appeared. Official comic book prequels are almost always ignored in following films. Just look at all the Transformers tie in comics.

Id suggest watch the LA Comicon Panel, it’s stated multiple times throughout that everything IS canon.


Even then, I feel that’s just a marketing move. They’re not going to hold filmmakers beholden to what comic writers establish.

Re: Godzilla : Awakening - Do you consider it canon or not?

Posted: Sat Nov 03, 2018 11:12 am
by miguelnuva
Tyrant_Lizard_King wrote:If it's not in film then its technically not canon. Nobody in G14 for example even hints at the idea of another monster being active when Godzilla last appeared. Official comic book prequels are almost always ignored in following films. Just look at all the Transformers tie in comics.


Once again no need to mention something killed by a Nuke when Godzilla and his current opponents are boarder line eating them.

Re: Godzilla : Awakening - Do you consider it canon or not?

Posted: Sat Nov 03, 2018 11:20 am
by PitchBlackProgress
miguelnuva wrote:
Tyrant_Lizard_King wrote:If it's not in film then its technically not canon. Nobody in G14 for example even hints at the idea of another monster being active when Godzilla last appeared. Official comic book prequels are almost always ignored in following films. Just look at all the Transformers tie in comics.


Once again no need to mention something killed by a Nuke when Godzilla and his current opponents are boarder line eating them.

Not the Shinomura, they don't fair well against fire.

Re: Godzilla : Awakening - Do you consider it canon or not?

Posted: Sat Nov 03, 2018 3:10 pm
by gottatalktothefake
I just watched the Secrets of the MonsterVerse Panel video, Legendary still considers it official canon, that's all I need to consider it canon. And I don't really think it's up to us fans to decide what is canon or not.

Re: Godzilla : Awakening - Do you consider it canon or not?

Posted: Sat Nov 03, 2018 4:41 pm
by Tyrant_Lizard_King
It's up the the films themselves. I don't give a crap about some side comic that I haven't even bothered reading. It's all just fluff anyway. What we see in the films is what really matters.

Re: Godzilla : Awakening - Do you consider it canon or not?

Posted: Sat Nov 03, 2018 4:52 pm
by Living Corpse
Tyrant_Lizard_King wrote:If it's not in film then its technically not canon. Nobody in G14 for example even hints at the idea of another monster being active when Godzilla last appeared. Official comic book prequels are almost always ignored in following films. Just look at all the Transformers tie in comics.


The closest thing we even get is Serizawa saying he believes Godzilla is the restorer of balance and that's pretty flimsy since Shinomura is still not shown or mentioned so..how do we know he restores balance when we have nothing that happened previously to even support this belief?

Re: Godzilla : Awakening - Do you consider it canon or not?

Posted: Sat Nov 03, 2018 5:36 pm
by Dawsbfiremind
gottatalktothefake wrote:And I don't really think it's up to us fans to decide what is canon or not.


You, my friend, are what writers dream about. I salute you!