As many of you know, I’m currently trying to win a trip to London to see the premiere of Godzilla, attend the press junket and possibly interview Gareth Edwards. The contest only runs through this Friday, so bear with my multiple posts about voting. You can only vote once per day per email address (I just checked and I was able to vote again just a few minutes ago). Thanks for your support!
Here’s a direct link to my page: http://bit.ly/1fquUqW

As many of you know, I’m currently trying to win a trip to London to see the premiere of Godzilla, attend the press junket and possibly interview Gareth Edwards. The contest only runs through this Friday, so bear with my multiple posts about voting. You can only vote once per day per email address (I just checked and I was able to vote again just a few minutes ago). Thanks for your support!

Here’s a direct link to my page: http://bit.ly/1fquUqW

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30 DAYS OF GODZILLA CHALLENGE[Day 7: Favorite Film (Showa)]: Since I already covered MONSTER ZERO as my favorite Godzilla film of all time, I am shifting focus to a film that I have always loved but it wasn’t until I started making the podcast that I found a new appreciation for it. GODZILLA VS. THE THING, or MOTHRA VS. GODZILLA [モスラ対ゴジラ] as it is known in Japan, is an absolute delight of a film. As someone mentioned in the recent Daikaiju Discussion episode of this movie, Toho was firing on all cylinders for the installment in the franchise! It has everything - even Mothra!!In conclusion, MOTHRA VS GODZILLA is my *almost* favorite Showa-era Godzilla film (as of right now)… also, I promise these favorite things are going to get more diverse as the days continue!

30 DAYS OF GODZILLA CHALLENGE
[Day 7: Favorite Film (Showa)]: Since I already covered MONSTER ZERO as my favorite Godzilla film of all time, I am shifting focus to a film that I have always loved but it wasn’t until I started making the podcast that I found a new appreciation for it. GODZILLA VS. THE THING, or MOTHRA VS. GODZILLA [モスラ対ゴジラ] as it is known in Japan, is an absolute delight of a film.
 As someone mentioned in the recent Daikaiju Discussion episode of this movie, Toho was firing on all cylinders for the installment in the franchise! It has everything - even Mothra!!

In conclusion, MOTHRA VS GODZILLA is my *almost* favorite Showa-era Godzilla film (as of right now)… also, I promise these favorite things are going to get more diverse as the days continue!

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Hey, kaiju lovin’ tumblrs out there - I could totally use your help. Please vote for my entry in the Ultimate Godzilla Fan contest!

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godzillalefilm:

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[POSTER CONTEST] Hello everyone ! I participate in a contest for the Godzilla movie, if you have a Tumblr account i invite you to vote for me ! Reblogged this ! Thanks !

Just an FYI - this is very cool, but Godzilla is attacking San Francisco in this film, not New York.

placesandfilms:

godzillalefilm:

par Places and Films.

[POSTER CONTEST] Hello everyone ! I participate in a contest for the Godzilla movie, if you have a Tumblr account i invite you to vote for me ! Reblogged this ! Thanks !

Just an FYI - this is very cool, but Godzilla is attacking San Francisco in this film, not New York.

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30 DAYS OF GODZILLA CHALLENGE[Day 6: Favorite Villain Human/Alien]: Who’s the most likable baddie in the Godzilla series? As many of you know, I totally LOOOOVE aliens in the series but my favorite villain above all is Kenji Sahara’s portrayal of BANZO TORAHATA in the 1964 Godzilla vs. The Thing - aka Mothra vs. Godzilla [モスラ対ゴジラ]. The way he plays Kumiyama, the Great Entrepreneur into selling him his shares in the company and attempts to control those around him in such a slimy manner… it’s just super awesome. AND I would say that his role is one of my favorite dubbed characters ever.
"You may think whatever you like…"

30 DAYS OF GODZILLA CHALLENGE
[Day 6: Favorite Villain Human/Alien]: Who’s the most likable baddie in the Godzilla series? As many of you know, I totally LOOOOVE aliens in the series but my favorite villain above all is Kenji Sahara’s portrayal of BANZO TORAHATA in the 1964 Godzilla vs. The Thing - aka Mothra vs. Godzilla [モスラ対ゴジラ]. The way he plays Kumiyama, the Great Entrepreneur into selling him his shares in the company and attempts to control those around him in such a slimy manner… it’s just super awesome. AND I would say that his role is one of my favorite dubbed characters ever.

"You may think whatever you like…"

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feriowind:

:V originally from my kaiju clock, but yeah, will be turning these guys into stickers! might include a breach sticker, and possibly some other misc. things too idk

they’re also transparent ahuuhuuhuu

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30 DAYS OF GODZILLA CHALLENGE[Day 5: Favorite Godzilla Costume]: For today’s challenge, I decided to choose the one suit that fills me with the most glee when it appears on screen. My favorite Godzilla Costume is the 1995 Burning Godzilla (aka Desu-goji / デスゴジ) from Godzilla vs. Destoroyah (ゴジラvsデストロイア). It was a one-time gimmick that tied into the desperate plot of the film beautifully: Godzilla’s nuclear heart is overheating and the King of the Monsters not only is in danger from his own meltdown, but both Japan and the entire the world could…let’s just say “suffer” from the effects of a 50,000 ton nuclear monster’s reactor core going critical.Desu-goji has been one of my favorites since I saw the film in a theater cam VHS tape back in 1996 and while I don’t own an excessive amount of plastic versions of this guy, I am so excited for the Gigantic version to be released by X-Plus some time this year! Some honorable mentions: the GMK suit was considered for the “favorite” but because its end result wasn’t as true to the original maquette design as I hoped. The 1964 suit is definitely my favorite from the Showa era, but is overpowered by my flaming friend. In my opinion, the 1989 - 1991 suit is actually the epitome of Godzilla design. If you asked me to draw the “big guy”, that’s probably the design that would spring from my pencil, but while I adore that suit, it’s not as impressive as the winner here, Burning Godzilla.

30 DAYS OF GODZILLA CHALLENGE
[Day 5: Favorite Godzilla Costume]: For today’s challenge, I decided to choose the one suit that fills me with the most glee when it appears on screen. My favorite Godzilla Costume is the 1995 Burning Godzilla (aka Desu-goji / デスゴジ) from Godzilla vs. Destoroyah (ゴジラvsデストロイア). It was a one-time gimmick that tied into the desperate plot of the film beautifully: Godzilla’s nuclear heart is overheating and the King of the Monsters not only is in dang
er from his own meltdown, but both Japan and the entire the world could…let’s just say “suffer” from the effects of a 50,000 ton nuclear monster’s reactor core going critical.

Desu-goji has been one of my favorites since I saw the film in a theater cam VHS tape back in 1996 and while I don’t own an excessive amount of plastic versions of this guy, I am so excited for the Gigantic version to be released by X-Plus some time this year! 

Some honorable mentions: the GMK suit was considered for the “favorite” but because its end result wasn’t as true to the original maquette design as I hoped. The 1964 suit is definitely my favorite from the Showa era, but is overpowered by my flaming friend. In my opinion, the 1989 - 1991 suit is actually the epitome of Godzilla design. If you asked me to draw the “big guy”, that’s probably the design that would spring from my pencil, but while I adore that suit, it’s not as impressive as the winner here, Burning Godzilla.

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