A new image of Titanus Camazotz has been revealed. Thanks to the recent Legendary Comics [email protected] panel, we now have our best look yet at the new winged Titan.
The Titan is slated to make his inaugural appearance in the upcoming Kong prequel graphic novel for Godzilla vs. Kong. During the panel, the Titan was described as being like "darkness" and the "embodiment of nightmares."
Camazotz was also referred to as being male in the panel, so we can assume for now at least that he is indeed a male. Additionally, you can see what appear to be multiple smaller Camazotz in the below image. They are most likely smaller members of the same species, similar to the smaller Skullcrawlers from Kong: Skull Island.
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This article was written By Jacob and published on 2020-05-21 20:29:44
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