I’ve made it no secret on my page that I am not only a huge kaiju fan, but also a fan of Jeremy Robinson’s kaiju thrillers.
I felt that I should spotlight the series once again, but this time I’m focusing only on the series as a whole (so far). The stories for each novel were amazing. Not since Marc Cerasini’s Godzilla novels have I read such awesome kaiju novels. My favorite element of the series is the main beastie herself, Nemesis. She is a unique and interesting kaiju, worthy of standing next to such famous titans as Godzilla and Gamera. Each time I read a new book in the series, I always enjoy her appearances in the series. Another part of the book series that I enjoy is the fact that Jeremy Robinson incorporates elements from his other books like Island 731 and Raising the Past. When he incorporates these elements, it doesn’t leave the readers confused (but rather it makes them want to go read those other books after reading the Project Nemesis series). At the end of each book, we also see creature concept designs by IDW Godzilla comic artist Matt Frank (aka KaijuSamurai ), an artist that I am such a huge fan of. He also did the artwork for the comic book adaptation of Project Nemesis, which was published by American Gothic Press (which is also responsible for printing my favorite magazine Famous Monsters of Filmland). I also enjoy seeing the fanart galleries that are also included at the end of each book (and considering the amount of fanart there is for the series, it is obvious that these kaiju thrillers are awesome). Overall, I cannot recommend this series enough. Go check it out! I look forward to the release of Project Legion.
I hope that you guys will enjoy my tribute to these wonderful books.
Project Nemesis/Maigo/731/Hyperion- copyright Jeremy Robinson and Breakneck Media