Of course, Godzilla is an important part of our lives, but for me, LEGO is too. I think LEGO has played a big part a lot of peoples lives, especially as a kid. that is why I have made this LEGO set based on how the original Godzilla movies were made.
this set includes a lot of iconic buildings from Tokyo and some regular buildings that Godzilla can destroy. for example, you get the Tokyo tower, the national diet building, the bridge that Godzilla destroyed in 1954 and much more. godzilla was in most of his movies portrayed by a man in a suit. this is called tokusatsu/suitmation. this set is a love letter to this technique of movie making and to the iconic monster from Japan.
you can vote for this set on the site of "LEGO ideas". on this site, you can put your LEGO creation online and if it gets 10.000 votes than it has the chance to become a real set. unfortunately, you do need to have a LEGO account to vote for this, but you can make an account very easily.
this set is a great display set for the people that don`t play with lego, has collectible minifigures and is playable/customizable for the kids. this set features the people that were involved in the making of the original movie:
Godzilla (1954 version)
Akira Ifukube (composer of the movie, made the original roar)
Ishirõ Honda (director of the original movie)
haruo Nakajima (suit actor for Godzilla)
Eiji Tsuburaya (special effects, came up with the idea for tokusatsu/suitmation)
please let me know what you guys think of it and if you can, please vote for it and maybe in a year or 2 you can have this on your shelves.
Godzilla: King of the monsters is one of the best cinema experiences I have had in quite a while.
You know, this reminds me of that forum that talked about that LEGO Godzilla possibly becoming an actual LEGO set. Anybody know what I'm talking about and what happened to both the forum and the LEGO Godzilla?
(Not spam) I have a quick question for everyone, and I mean everyone. If you were to take Godzilla Jr. from Godzilla vs. Destoroyah and have him be in Godzilla's place in the Heisei timeline, starting from Godzilla vs. Biollante and going onward in chronological order, would he make it to GvD, or would he have died earlier than that? If you said yes to second part of the question, which film would he have died in and why?
^@MinecraftDinoKaiju I think this question would fare better in a topic on its own. Plus Everyone can see it better and want to respond.
@riggzamortis86 And what about the first comment?
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