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Godzilla's dorsal spines in Godzilla vs. Kong footage

Godzilla's dorsal spines in Godzilla vs. Kong footage

Scified2019-12-08 14:40:00https://www.scified.com/articles/godzillas-dorsal-spines-godzilla-vs-kong-footage-34.jpg
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Since the Godzilla vs. Kong movie footage leaked online, one thing we noticed is Godzilla's dorsal spikes - perhaps it's the angle of the video and the poor quality, but it looks like the dorsal spikes seem to have been edited to look smaller. Comparing the photos below you can see the difference in dorsal spike design. Do you think the Godzilla vs. Kong dorsal spikes look smaller than in King of the Monsters?

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This article was written By Chris and published on 2019-12-08 14:40:00

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13 Fan responses to Godzilla's dorsal spines in Godzilla vs. Kong footage

JurassicKaiju14

TitanosaurusMember616 XPDec-08-2019 2:44 PM

I'm pretty sure it's the angle. One thing that I did notice that they changed is that the tip of his tail is now back to the tapered end that 2014 had as opposed to the more blunt, rounded end that KOTM had.

And I'm honestly glad for that. The tapered look is a lot better, IMO.

TheLazyFish

RodanMember1629 XPDec-08-2019 2:45 PM

Might just be the angle. I don't see why they'd make his dorsal spines so small. Unless that's some other kind of Godzilla, like Godzilla Junior in Godzilla V.S. Destoroyah. But I still doubt it...

TheGMan123

TitanosaurusMember729 XPDec-08-2019 3:08 PM

The aesthetic is definitely still along the same lines as KOTM's take, but I gotta agree that the angle is throwing off proper measurement.

KingKaijuGojira

TitanosaurusMember906 XPDec-08-2019 3:21 PM

I agree with everyone. I think it is the angle of the shot and the poor picture quality. They did a fantasic job with the dorsal plates in KOTM. I can't imagine them changing again, even in size. 

MinecraftDinoKaiju

TitanosaurusMember968 XPDec-08-2019 4:49 PM

Yeah, same here. Let's just wait for a better quality photo before assuming.

Gmkgoji

RodanMember1789 XPDec-08-2019 4:55 PM

ANGLE-SIDE-SIDE

JHT

BaragonMember198 XPDec-08-2019 8:33 PM

Actually I think his tail looks the same as it did in kotm it's just in this scene the end of his tail dips behind some fog and/or into the way and that is why it looks different.

JHT

BaragonMember198 XPDec-08-2019 8:33 PM

Actually I think his tail looks the same as it did in kotm it's just in this scene the end of his tail dips behind some fog and/or into the way and that is why it looks different.

JurassicKaiju14

TitanosaurusMember616 XPDec-09-2019 5:02 AM

JHT No, it definitely looks like they tapered out the end of the tail. Look at the bottom right corner. That's clearly his tail right there.

Kattozilla

TitanosaurusMember834 XPDec-09-2019 5:53 AM

His spines look the same size tbh.

That's just me though.

Feyden

Mothra LarvaeMember11 XPDec-09-2019 10:22 AM

To me it looks like the largest spine has been torn off. 

Gmkgoji

RodanMember1789 XPDec-09-2019 10:23 AM

...That may actually be the case, because Kongs arms are FRICKIN HUGE

TheGMan123

TitanosaurusMember729 XPDec-09-2019 10:55 AM

I dunno, based on the original trailer description, Kong's individual punches don't seem to do much to Godzilla.

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