A new image of "Snow Godzilla" has been revealed. The new incarnation of Godzilla was first seen earlier this year in promotional material for the new Shinkalion anime film. The new film, titled Shinkansen Henkei Robo Shinkalion the Movie: The Marvelous Fast ALFA-X That Comes From the Future, includes a scene featuring Godzilla attacking one of the main characters in a winter biome.
While the film has actually been out for months now, it is hard to find any versions of it outside of Japan/Asia. This has left most Western kaiju fans unable to view most of Godzilla's appearances from the movie. However, the recent limited home video release has granted us with new images of Snow Godzilla thanks to several Twitter users.
The below image appears to show Godzilla as he begins to charge up his signature atomic breath. Hopefully, more images from the film will be revealed soon that will grant us even more looks at Godzilla's newest form.
Image credit: ggrasperZX
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This article was written By Jacob and published on 2020-06-29 12:10:53
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