New official designs for both Godzilla and Ghidorah have been revealed.
The designs come from a newly released trailer for the Godzilla attraction at the Seibuen Amusement Park in Japan. The new attraction is the world's first permanent Godzilla-themed ride and is officially called "Godzilla the Ride: Great Kaiju Decisive Dominance Battle."
Fans can visit the ride starting on May 19 when it opens at the park, and you can view the new trailer for yourself down below.
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This article was written By Jacob and published on 2021-05-08 11:18:01
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Godzilla's design somewhat reminds me of GEMSTONE's design from his Gvs.G short film. It's a beautiful blend of Heisei and Monsterverse! Can't really say the same about this Ghidorah though (why does it look like he has a beak?)
I never knew that, interesting! I guess it just looked a bit off on the first view for me. Whilst I still don't think it works very well for Ghidorah specifically, I can live with it (Also it's just for a theme part attraction at the end of the day)
I think I might know why it looks off. The beaked dragon does not seem to exist in eastern dragons. So that might explain that. Ghidorah also shares qualities with the slavic dragon Zmiy Gorynych, which was also three headed, and some art shows beaks.
SarcasticGoji, I'm probably one of the few people who have let the MusukoGoji grow on me. I understand why it's hated, but given what they were going for I don't hate it.
I actually watched Son of Godzilla recently and thought it worked very well in-film. I was thinking I actually would've liked another film to use it as the primary suit, but it only returned as the water suit in Godzilla vs. Gigan.
Honestly, as long as it retains Godzilla primary shape I like it. I don't think I "hate" any design, but I certainly prefer some over others.
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