@hamishmash @nuclear-warrior @biorante and all other UK Shin Godzilla hopefuls - all jokes aside, the Edinburgh and Glasgow lineups for Scotland Loves Anime are being announced on the 1st of September. The two live-action Attack on Titan movies made their European debut there last year, and considering the Anno/Higuchi connection, the festival format, and the fact that the festival has already announced six UK premieres (three European Union premieres within them), I reckon there’s a good shot here.


Godzilla Art Tribute

1. Chris Skinner (UK)
2. Takashi Murakami 村上隆 (Japan)
3. Shigeru Mizuki 水木 しげる (Japan 1922 - 2015)
4. Geof Darrow (US)
5. Noriyoshi Ohrai 生頼 範義 (Japan 1935 - 2015)
6. Chet Phillips (US)
7. Horimitsu 成田宏光 (Japan)
8. Matt Frank (US)
9. Genzoman aka Gonzalo Ordóñez Arias (Chile)
10. Half-Human Heart aka Eric & Vincent Torres (US)

A king-sized art collection for the king of kaiju, 39 monstrous Godzilla Artworks by 34 talented international artists. Hail to the king, baby!

HAIKU: Godzilla
Wanton destruction ● God’s messenger speaks with fire ● Mankind’s just demise

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Godzilla Prints @ Society6
Godzilla Comics & Artbooks @ Amazon
Godzilla Art @ YM Tumblr

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Godzilla vs King Ghidorah poster recreation as a maya carving

Finally getting back on track on commissions, sorry about delays! I was stuck out of town for a few days because of life / health reasons, but now that I’m getting back into the swing of things you can expect to see work popping here more frequently, and t those still awaiting for commissions don’t worry, you aren’t forgotten! I’m working on your stuff and you should have it as soon as possible. 

Thanks for your patience!

We love it when awesomely huge things are put into relatable perspective, but every once in a while the results are also very unexpected. 

Case in point: We all know Godzilla is incredibly tall, but the original Godzilla from the 1954 film was only 50 meters (164 feet) tall. Japanese Twitter user Shinobu Yoshino recently created this graphic which places a scale version of the first Godzilla in modern-day Tokyo. Today the city’s numerous buildings are so tall themselves that Godzilla looks positively puny in comparison.

Shhh, no one tell Godzilla he’s short. We don’t want to hurt his feelings.

[via Laughing Squid]