Good news. We will be getting an official movie Novelization of Godzilla King of the Monsters. As well as an Art of King of the monsters book. The Cover for them is on the banner.
Official movie novelization will be by Greg Keyes
See you all and Peace!!!
THEY HAVE AS KING OVER THEM, THE ANGEL OF THE ABYSS. A STAR FALLEN FROM HEAVEN TO EARTH, HE OPENED THE SHAFT OF THE BOTTOMLESS PIT, AND FROM THE SHAFT ROSE SMOKE LIKE THAT OF A GREAT FURNACE, AND THE SUN AND THE AIR WERE DARKENED...
MDK 2 (MinecraftDinoKaiju) #TeamGodzilla
That's awesome. But quick question (Well, maybe more like "questions". Sorry).: Is it like a junior novelization, or is that different from this? And is it in the style of a novel, a comic, or a manga? (Btw, is there word of a manga or comic adaptation of the film? And no, I don't mean the prequel novels. I mean the film itself.)
I want to read it
"Nothing on Earth is it's equal-a creature without fear. It looks down on all that are haughty, it is king over all that are proud".~Job 41, 33-34
Looking forward to reading it, but I hope it's substantially better than the novelization for the 2014 film, and by that I just mean that it's proof read better. That book was so riddled with grammatical errors and bad sentences that it was distracting from what was otherwise an interesting spin on the characters and their insights.
G. H. (Gman) #TeamGhidorah
Oh good. More non-canonical fodder to inspire runaway fan theories and needlessly piled, invalid "feats". Can't wait to ignore it entirely. Choo-choo!
"It wouldn't be a true Godzilla film if you didn't touch upon those things. Anyone who thinks otherwise is not a true Godzilla fan." - Mike Dougherty, fellow gatekeeper-elitist ;)
As a VS. debater, I'm hoping that the novelization truly expands on the film and doesn't differ wildly. Goodness knows I deal with the above all too often in a proper debate.
At least Awakening can no longer be said to be irrelevant anymore, so comics as a whole are at least considered.
Im Durp #TeamRodan
Actually looking forward to this. Greg Keyes wrote the Edge of Victory duology for the New Jedi Order series and I really enjoyed both those entries.
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