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Hey, fellow deviants!

I'm back and will introduce a whole slew of new deviations [but I'm afraid it won't be on a consistent basis like it was during the summer]. Hopefully I will bring you guys some new material as soon as possible.

Anyways, Godzilla! Toho is doing their own series of Godzilla films along with the series that Legendary Studios has going for it. variety.com/2014/film/news/jap…  
I am divided on this- on the onehand, its great we're getting more kaiju films. On the otherhand, it might be a mistake seeing that Legendary Pictures did a good job with their film. Oh well, only time will tell for these films.

Also, one day after that bit of news was announced, the Playstation Godzilla game's US was announced. I have been following this game ever since it was announced in the summer and boy does it look like a fun game. Hopefully it'll be a satisfying game.
www.ign.com/articles/2014/12/1…

Abayo!
Hey there, fellow deviants! As classes start back up, I will have to hold off on posting more stuff on this page until the semester has ended (due to a tight schedule I've got going for me). Hopefully I'll have enough time on my hands to submit something on this site but time will only tell.

But to not leave you guys on a negative note, ScrewAttack.com, the website where video games are the main subject and where a bunch of Angry Video Game Nerd videos are at, hosts a show called Death Battle!. The show is basically Deadliest Warrior if instead of history they focused on characters from different mediums....and if they ACTUALLY did their research before saying one would beat the other. Anyway, this site now has a battle I've been wanting to know the answer to for a long time- Godzilla or Gamera? Who won and why? Go watch the video and find out!
www.screwattack.com/shows/orig…

Abayo!
Legendary Battle by KaijuWithNoName
Legendary Battle
I admit I'm late submitting this piece. Sorry about that.
Anyway, Godzilla! As I said in my journal post, I loved this movie. I thought that Godzilla was finally properly represented in American cinema (and a major improvement over Dean Devlin and Roland Emmerich's mess of a film). I wanted to have Godzilla battle a giant monster made in recent years, sort of like how I did with Gipsy Danger battling the Cloverfield monster. But, then I thought- hey! Why not bring in the Kraken and Kronos from Clash and Wrath of the Titans? I mean, even though I'm not a fan of those two films (not just because of the bad acting, the poorly written stories, etc. but also because I loved the original), I liked the creature designs that were presented. Also, since these films, along with Godzilla, were done by Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures I figured that Godzilla facing off against the two biggest creatures of the two films made sense. I hope you enjoy this.

Clash and Wrath of the Titans- copyright Warner Bros Pictures, Legendary Pictures, The Zanuck Company, Thunder Road Pictures, Cott Productions, Furia de Titanes II A.I.E.
Godzilla- copyright Toho Co. Ltd., Warner Bros., Legendary Pictures
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There Is Nothing Wrong With Your Television Set by KaijuWithNoName
There Is Nothing Wrong With Your Television Set
"[continued on]Do not attempt to adjust the picture. We are controlling the transmission. If we wish to make it louder, we will bring up the volume. If we wish to make it softer, we will make it softer, we will tune it to a whisper. We will control the horizontal. We will control the vertical. We can roll the image, make it flutter. We can change the focus to a soft blur or sharpen it to crystal clarity. For the next hour, sit quietly and we will control all that you see and hear. We repeat: there is nothing wrong with your television set. You are about to participate in a great adventure. You are about to experience the awe and mystery which reaches from the inner mind to- The Outer Limits."- the 1963 opening.

Oh man, I think I ought to talk about this series because it is seriously underrated. Some people may write it off as a cheaper version of the Twilight Zone, but this show has its own charm. This series introduced sci-fi concepts that weren't really explored on TV at the time. The show explored such concepts as the possibilities of human evolution ("The Sixth Finger", my favorite episode of the series), parallel universes ("Don't Open til Doomsday"....this episode predated the Star Trek episode "The Alternative Factor"), aliens that kidnap you and force you to fight a member of another race for the survival of one's peoples ("Fun and Games", which not only featured Nick Adams [Frankenstein Conquers the World, Invasion of Astro Monster] but was also based on the same short story used for the Star Trek episode "Arena"), the trial of a robot to determine whether or not it is a sentient being ("I, Robot", which may have been the inspiration of the Next Generation episode "The Measure of a Man"), and a soldier that was trained all his life to be a soldier being thrown into the early 60's ("Soldier", which featured Michael Ansara as the soldier.....not only did this series inspire some of the stories from Star Trek, but some of the guest stars appeared on Star Trek and some of the creature props/suits were used in the original series). This show has a lot of good stories such as "The Galaxy Being", "Tourist Attraction", "Behold, Eck!", and "The Zanti Misfits".

This show happened to get a reboot in the 90's and it was awesome (the show even featured a remake of "I, Robot", which also had Leonard Nimoy guest starring in it). Hopefully there will be another reboot that tells more good stories for another generation of viewers. "We now return control of your television set to you. Until next week at the same time, when the control voice will take you to- The Outer Limits."

The Outer Limits- copyright Dayright Productions, Villa DiStefano, United Artists Television, ABC
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Watch the Skies, Coming at You! by KaijuWithNoName
Watch the Skies, Coming at You!
Ah, the fourth of July is here and I felt like I should celebrate this holiday by sharing some fan-art I did based on a certain patriotic robot and his young sidekick- Big Guy and Rusty the Boy Robot.

These characters originally appeared in a graphic novel created by Frank Miller (yes that Miller……I think this was his last good work he did before he lost his mind writing trash like All Star Batman and Robin and Holy Terror). The Big Guy obviously was based on Tetsujin 28 (Gigantor) and Rusty was based on Astro Boy. The Big Guy later on appeared in subsequent Dark Horse comics (but surprisingly not in his own series).

He and the boy robot appeared in the sadly short-lived yet awesome animated series on Fox Kids. The cartoon was created by the same people responsible for the Men in Black animated series and Godzilla the animated series. The voiceover acting includes talents like Pamela Adlon (King of the Hill), Jim Hanks (Disney Infinity), R. Lee Ermey (Full Metal Jacket), and Clancy Brown (Highlander). It’s a shame that this series didn’t last long because it was really good (in fact, it improved upon the comics as far as character interactions are concerned). I’m even more surprised that this series isn’t available on DVD/Blu-Ray.

I hope you’ll enjoy this patriotic piece that I did.

Big Guy and Rusty: The Boy Robot- copyright Frank Miller, Geoff Darrow, Dark Horse Comics, Columbia Tristar Television, Dark Horse Entertainment

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Hey, fellow deviants!

I'm back and will introduce a whole slew of new deviations [but I'm afraid it won't be on a consistent basis like it was during the summer]. Hopefully I will bring you guys some new material as soon as possible.

Anyways, Godzilla! Toho is doing their own series of Godzilla films along with the series that Legendary Studios has going for it. variety.com/2014/film/news/jap…  
I am divided on this- on the onehand, its great we're getting more kaiju films. On the otherhand, it might be a mistake seeing that Legendary Pictures did a good job with their film. Oh well, only time will tell for these films.

Also, one day after that bit of news was announced, the Playstation Godzilla game's US was announced. I have been following this game ever since it was announced in the summer and boy does it look like a fun game. Hopefully it'll be a satisfying game.
www.ign.com/articles/2014/12/1…

Abayo!

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