Illustrator Ryan Astle envisions a world in which giant monsters roam the earth, stomping on buildings and leaving behind their mark. Only this time, the kaiju’s giant footprint is there to sell you tennis shoes and track suits.
Did Godzilla forcibly relocate you by kicking your house to the next town? Did he bring your civilization back to the Stone Age? Want to know why Godzilla doesn’t wear clothes? Attorney Jorge Rivers can help.
“A monster? No, a god.” The latest trailer for the Godzilla reboot acknowledges what many geeks have suspected: the king of the monsters isn’t the only kaiju on the block. Speaking of which, Pacific Rim x Godzilla needs to happen.
The trailer for Gareth Edwards reboot of the ultimate Kaiju movie has us more excited than ever, as the Earth must defend itself against the destructive monster, before, as Bryan Cranston says: “it sends us back to the stone age.”
We first thought this was a joke or a parody, so imagine our surprise when we found out that this is a real (and rare) children’s book, written by Kerry Milliron and wonderfully illustrated by Bob Eggleton.