Here's a trailer for Toho Animation's Godzilla: City on the Edge of Battle, the 2018 sequel to last year's 3D animated kaiju flick, Godzilla: Planet of the Monsters. This Polygon Pictures release marks the second in a proposed trilogy which tells the story of a post-apocalyptic future Earth ruled by giant monsters.
Godzilla: City on the Edge of Battle enters Japanese theaters May 18, 2018.
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Earth of the future has seen better days, as the giant lizard Godzilla has been having his way with the planet for thousands of years while the humans who abandoned it have tried and mostly failed to colonize other, less hellish planets than the one they once called home. This is the premise as we step into Godzilla: Planet of the Monsters, the first of an interlocking three-part film story about the atomic beasty and his reign over an apocalyptic world. In Toho Studios' six-decade history with the giant monster and his scaly friends, we've never seen his towering form rendered with animation in a feature before. As a longtime kaiju fan, from witnessing his first terrifying rampage across Tokyo in 1954's Gojira to Legendary's recent Hollywood offering, 2014's Godzilla, I looked forward t...
At long last, he arrives. Ever since the Godzilla franchise branched out, sending the atomic lizard on a rampage through the landscape of animation with Toho Studios' new anime film trilogy, international kaiju fans have wondered when they were going to get a chance to see his first outing, Godzilla: Planet of the Monsters for themselves. Now, thanks to the fine folks at Netflix, the Polygon Pictures 3D animated feature makes its way to our screens this January. And here's a nifty new trailer to prove it.
Oh my. I think I need a moment. Be right back, rewatching at max volume till my ears bleed.
Okay, I'm back.
Looks like the film was in good hands with directing duo Shizuno Kobun and Seshita Hiroyuki, along with writer Urobuchi Gen of the tokusat...
Godzilla: Planet of the Monsters is stomping its way into the print medium with a new comic based on this, the first official animated feature for the long-running Godzilla franchise. The giant lizard's story will be told in manga form based on the character designs from the film, with new material only found in this version of the tale. Published in Shonen Jump this March and illustrated by Youth Kurahashi. Meanwhile, the kaiju anime trilogy continues its rampage as the second of the three gets its title. What a marvelous year it will be for monsters.
Natalie brings us the news for the manga, which will feature added backstory for the film's cast of characters, as we await the arrival of the next post-apocalyptic kaiju throwdown just months later.
And the name of that throwdown, t...
Godzilla: Planet of the Monsters is currently in theaters in Japan, before it arrives to Netflix in 2018! Now, on its theatrical release Polygon Pictures' announced the title for the second film in this anime trilogy; the sequel is entitled Godzilla: Decisive Battle Mobile Breeder City. In addition, Polygon Pictures released a teaser visual for next installment, which is of the Anti-Godzilla Decisive Battle Weapon, "Mechagodzilla." Furthermore, the visual below is being used for the sequel's advance ticket sales.
Mechagodzilla is one the most popular kaiju in Toho's roster, as it is a robotic imitation of Godzilla. Originally Mechagodzilla was a weapon used by invaders as seen in Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla (1974), and its sequel, Terror of Mechagodzilla (1975); the two films which clo...