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I was grinning manically for pretty much the entirety of issue #25 - this page most of all.

Godzilla: Rulers of Earth #25 (2015)

Story by Chris Mowry and Matt Frank, written by Chris Mowry

Art by Matt Frank and Jeff Zornow, colors by Priscilla Tramontano, ink assist by Mostafa Moussa, letters by Shawn Lee, edits by Bobby Curnow

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Zilla had a nice little redemption arc in Godzilla: Rulers of Earth. He does his usual flee-in-terror thing in #2, refuses to even go near the other kaiju in #13, vanishes when the Trilopods show up… but returns with a vengeance in #25, landing some decisive blows in the final battle.

Godzilla: Rulers of Earth #25 (2015)

Story by Chris Mowry and Matt Frank, written by Chris Mowry

Art by Matt Frank and Jeff Zornow, colors by Priscilla Tramontano, ink assist by Mostafa Moussa, letters by Shawn Lee, edits by Bobby Curnow

Inktober 2016 #12 - Desolation of Smog

See what I did thar? :P

WOW, this was fun to make. I was going to do a full-body profile, but then I thought, “I should go all-out Inktober on this!” About an hour-and-a-half later, here you have it. Hedorah has a design that agrees extremely well with pens, especially brush-tips. My soft brush (a Faber-Castell “SB”) was going a bit dry, but I think its faded strokes worked for the billowing smoke.

Personally, I think this and the Mecha-King Ghidorah piece I did are my favorite Inktobers so far. :D

zigmenthotep  asked:

First, I'd just like to say how great it is to see War of the Monsters getting some much deserved attention. But also, why do you think there's so relatively few—and fewer good—giant monster-themed video games? And as long as I'm asking things, any more overlooked gems that are worth checking out?

Sorry for the very late reply here. I think there are relatively few giant monster video games because when you’re playing as a giant monster, it’s kind-of difficult to fully commit to a story mode. War of the Monsters, Godzilla: Save the Earth, Godzilla Unleashed, and Godzilla: The Game all compromised on this by making extremely loose “story” modes that would chop and change depending on the player’s choice of monster. The other option is to play as a non-monster character and either combat or aid the monsters (like Gamera 2000), but then, the major draw of a giant monster game is playing as a giant monster. It’s a bit of a double-edged sword, in the end.

Ok since Godzilla is feeding from the Earth’s core’s radiations (so he doesn’t need to pray on living animals except maybe mutos n shit) AND that he uses echolocation wich means he is an acoustic creature, he can take free time to take care and communicate with other creatures right? LIKE WHALES MAYBE? Imagine humpback whales rubbing on his skin, orcas bow riding in front of him, or Godzilla diving with sperm whales and Cuvier’s beaked whales, or, my favorite, putting back big stranded whales in the water. Why not?

Worked a bit more with that Spacegodzilla sketch. It’s amazing how prominent Spacegodzilla is within the Godzilla franchise considering how poorly received its only movie appearance is. Also considering how little it was explained. It’s origins are basically unknown, and more mysterious are what its motivations are supposed to be.

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