History WMG / Godzilla

7th Jun '17 12:48:13 PM BreseeMaxwell
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[[WMG: All the Showa films, barring the 1st two, are really just movies.]]
In a way to reduce panic, Toho decided to make Godzilla films, which are the films we see. It explains both the weird plots and the continuity clashes.
16th Feb '17 1:46:44 PM bigfatcarp93
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*** Wait... Titanosaurus died in TOM? I could have sworn he was alive at the end...




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* It's lightning, not lasers, but yeah.




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** Hell, maybe the Xiliens and Kilaaks were actually under 'his' mind control.




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* This... makes way too much sense not to be canon. This is now canon in my mind.
26th Dec '16 10:45:37 AM Gosicrystal
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* Nuclear fission and Godzilla's endothermy (both size-based ''and'' true endothermy) likely make Godzilla basically impervious to frostbite or cold weather, hence why he can survive frozen in a block of ice for years at a stretch. He can still be ''killed'' (via severe enough wounds or total nuclear meltdown), but he's unable to freeze to death ([[NoExceptYes aside from being shot by the Absolute Zero Cannon, of course]]).

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* Nuclear fission and Godzilla's endothermy (both size-based ''and'' true endothermy) likely make Godzilla basically impervious to frostbite or cold weather, hence why he can survive frozen in a block of ice for years at a stretch. He can still be ''killed'' (via severe enough wounds or total nuclear meltdown), but he's unable to freeze to death ([[NoExceptYes ([[OverwhelmingException aside from being shot by the Absolute Zero Cannon, of course]]).
24th Dec '16 3:08:55 PM Warwolf
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** How the hell did he get onto the cave, though? Let alone without the Red Bamboo army noticing?

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** How the hell did he get onto the into that cave, though? Let alone without the Red Bamboo army noticing?
24th Dec '16 3:08:36 PM Warwolf
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** How the hell did he get onto the cave, though? Let alone without the Red Bamboo army noticing?
24th Dec '16 3:06:35 PM Warwolf
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**** Mothra is the rare exception as she appears to be based on the myth of the phoenix. Godzilla and most of the other Kaiju appear to have some form of regenerative healing factor that would make Deadpool jealous, as they have lived for millions of years. Godzilla and Showa era King Ghidorah are likely the oldest characters in the franchise, assuming the Ghidorah that attacks Earth is the same one that attacks Venus (Or Mars, if you go by the dub.).
24th Dec '16 3:03:15 PM Warwolf
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** Of course there's also the small problem of Titanosaurus being stone cold [[KilledOffForReal dead as a doornail]] by Godzilla himself prior to DAM in terms of chronology. (Despite being released prior to Terror of MechaGodzilla, DAM chronologically takes place at the ''end'' of the Showa era, as its set in the then future year of 1999, while all other films were typically set in the year they were made.)

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** Of course there's also the small problem of Titanosaurus being killed stone cold [[KilledOffForReal dead as a doornail]] by Godzilla himself prior to DAM in terms of chronology. (Despite being released prior to Terror of MechaGodzilla, DAM chronologically takes place at the ''end'' of the Showa era, as its set in the then future year of 1999, while all other films were typically set in the year they were made.)
24th Dec '16 3:02:55 PM Warwolf
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** Of course there's also the small problem of Titanosaurus being stone cold [[KilledOffForReal dead as a doornail]] by Godzilla himself prior to DAM in terms of chronology. (Despite being released prior to Terror of MechaGodzilla, DAM chronologically takes place at the ''end'' of the Showa era, as its set in the then future year of 1999, while all other films were typically set in the year they were made.)
21st Jul '16 10:10:56 PM JBsteeple
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[[WMG: Godzilla started as a metaphor for the Atomic Bomb, but became a Metaphor for The United States.]]
Godzilla starts out as an unstoppable atomic monster of destruction that ravages Japan, and all the Japanese can do is watch in horror. Eventually as the movies go on, Godzilla stops being a monster that just destroys Japan, but develops eventually into a destructive protector, saving Japan from other newer more fearsome enemies. About the same time that the U.S. and Japan were drifting from former enemies to allies. Godzilla will show up, and fight off the other monsters, doing some damage, but then leaving Japan when the threat is gone. Godzilla becomes a sort of protector, but one you don't necessarily want around, as he causes a lot of collateral damage. Godzilla goes from being enemy, to wary ally, to friend and protector, mirroring the relationship with Japan and the U.S.
12th May '15 2:03:22 PM Willbyr
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[[WMG: After ''GvD'', the events of ''NeonGenesisEvangelion'' take place, with an alternate ending.]]

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[[WMG: After ''GvD'', the events of ''NeonGenesisEvangelion'' ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'' take place, with an alternate ending.]]
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