“The big idea was to create a thought-provoking anime-style story that introduces a cohesive concept that connects Godzilla to the entirety of human existence.” In the first part of a special three-part episode, we give our opinions on the anime trilogy as a whole. Daniel DiManna of the Godzilla Novelization Project joins me to discuss the expectations, the risk, the lack of monster fights, and the reaction from the fandom.
This episode is dedicated to actor Ren Osugi.
I’d like to send a shout-out to our patrons Kyoei Toshi and Sean Stiff. Kyoei donated at the Kaiju Scholar Level and Sean donated at the Kaiju Visionary Level. Thank you for your support! I really appreciate it.
Visit the Godzilla Novelization Project here: http://godzillanovelizationproject.wordpress.com/
Introduction: 0:00 – 2:08
Film Description: 2:08 – 14:48
General Reflections: 14:48 – 46:35
Closing: 46:35 – End
Host/Editor/Director/Scenic Videos: Brian Scherschel
Guest Co-Host: Daniel DiManna
Video Location: American Electric Power Building, Fort Wayne, Indiana
Video Notes: Sunset in Downtown Fort Wayne
Music: Audiophiliac (www.fiverr.com/audiophiliac)
“Torii Gate” Banners: Kevin Geary (kevincgearydesign.com)
Logos: Nanoparticles (www.fiverr.com/nanoparticles)
Copyright Brian J. Scherschel
All Rights Reserved