History WesternAnimation / GodzillaTheSeries

13th Oct '17 6:22:50 PM themisterfree
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''Godzilla: [[RecycledTheSeries The Series]]'' (1998-2000) was an animated television series, produced by the Adelaide Productions division of Sony Pictures Television. The company was previously known for such series as ''WesternAnimation/{{Jumanji}}'', ''WesternAnimation/MenInBlack'' and ''WesternAnimation/ExtremeGhostbusters'' (and later produced animated adaptations of ''WesternAnimation/BigGuyAndRustyTheBoyRobot'', ''WesternAnimation/{{Dilbert}}'', ''Literature/StuartLittle'' and ''WesternAnimation/TheBoondocks'', as well as shows like ''WesternAnimation/JackieChanAdventures''). This series lasted a total of 40 episodes.

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''Godzilla: [[RecycledTheSeries The Series]]'' (1998-2000) was an animated television series, produced by the Adelaide Productions division of Sony Pictures Television. The company was previously known for such series as ''WesternAnimation/{{Jumanji}}'', ''WesternAnimation/MenInBlack'' Creator/SonyPicturesTelevision, and ''WesternAnimation/ExtremeGhostbusters'' (and later produced animated adaptations of ''WesternAnimation/BigGuyAndRustyTheBoyRobot'', ''WesternAnimation/{{Dilbert}}'', ''Literature/StuartLittle'' and ''WesternAnimation/TheBoondocks'', as well as shows like ''WesternAnimation/JackieChanAdventures''). This series lasted a total of 40 episodes.
episodes on Creator/FoxKids.
8th Oct '17 7:24:39 AM Omnicron13
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* AnimalWrongsGroup: S.C.A.L.E. (Servants of Creatures Arriving Late to Earth) are effectively terrorists trying to "protect" mutants such as Skeetera no matter how dangerous they are. They originated as a spin-off/splinter faction from another animal rights group, but judging from Audrey's report, that one averts this trope and is in fact quite reputable. Historically, the group's tactic had been peaceful until the arrival of Alexandra Springer, whose extensive military training and vast weaponized resources transformed the organization into an unpredictable band of terrorists.

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* AnimalWrongsGroup: S.C.A.L.E. (Servants of Creatures Arriving Late to Earth) are effectively terrorists trying to "protect" mutants such as Skeetera no matter how dangerous they are. They originated as a spin-off/splinter faction from another animal rights group, but judging from Audrey's report, that one averts this trope and is in fact quite reputable. Historically, the group's tactic had been peaceful until the arrival of the fanatically insane Alexandra Springer, whose extensive military training and vast weaponized resources transformed the organization into an unpredictable band of terrorists.
8th Oct '17 7:00:09 AM Omnicron13
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* AnimalWrongsGroup: S.C.A.L.E. are effectively terrorists trying to "protect" mutants such as Skeetera. They originated as a spin-off from another animal rights group, but judging from Audrey's report, that one averts this trope.

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* AnimalWrongsGroup: S.C.A.L.E. (Servants of Creatures Arriving Late to Earth) are effectively terrorists trying to "protect" mutants such as Skeetera. Skeetera no matter how dangerous they are. They originated as a spin-off spin-off/splinter faction from another animal rights group, but judging from Audrey's report, that one averts this trope.trope and is in fact quite reputable. Historically, the group's tactic had been peaceful until the arrival of Alexandra Springer, whose extensive military training and vast weaponized resources transformed the organization into an unpredictable band of terrorists.
16th Jun '17 2:27:25 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* ShootingSuperman: Naturally, though not as bad as the Japanese films since this is set as the same continuity where shooting a giant monster worked, and the army is usually GenreSavvy enough to avoid it, but still has some blatant cases like soldiers trying to shoot the C-Rex with small arms. Though even this can be forgiven to a degree, since this is the dawn of the age of Kaiju in this world, and they don't ''know'' what will or will not work against monsters. Several methods of shooting monsters with human weapons ''are'' shown to work a few times in the show.

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* ShootingSuperman: Naturally, though not as bad as the Japanese films since this is set as the same continuity where shooting a giant monster worked, and the army is usually GenreSavvy enough to avoid avoids it, but it still has some blatant cases like soldiers trying to shoot the C-Rex with small arms. Though even this can be forgiven to a degree, since this is the dawn of the age of Kaiju in this world, and they don't ''know'' what will or will not work against monsters. Several methods of shooting monsters with human weapons ''are'' shown to work a few times in the show.
27th Oct '16 5:54:26 AM morenohijazo
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* IsleOfGiantHorrors: Monster Island is where the military keeps all monsters that have been captured over the course of the series (barring those that need a TailorMadePrison instead).
14th Aug '16 8:17:38 PM bloodytears92
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* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: Major Hicks. He does sympathize with the heroes, but at the same time he has to think of larger concerns or about the potential damage creatures such as Godzilla can cause. That being said, once it becomes clear Godzilla is on our side, he becomes increasingly accommodating to Nick and the crew calling him in, and defends Godzilla from other government authorities.

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* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: Major Hicks. He does sympathize with the heroes, but at the same time he has to think of larger concerns or about the potential damage creatures such as Godzilla can cause. That being said, once it becomes clear Godzilla is on our side, he becomes increasingly accommodating to Nick and the crew calling him in, and defends Godzilla from other government authorities.authorities who refuse to acknowledge his usefulness, and even coordinates the military to assist Godzilla numerous times.
14th Aug '16 6:32:39 PM bloodytears92
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* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: Major Hicks. He does sympathize with the heroes, but at the same time he has to think of larger concerns or about the potential damage creatures such as Godzilla can cause.

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* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: Major Hicks. He does sympathize with the heroes, but at the same time he has to think of larger concerns or about the potential damage creatures such as Godzilla can cause. That being said, once it becomes clear Godzilla is on our side, he becomes increasingly accommodating to Nick and the crew calling him in, and defends Godzilla from other government authorities.
14th Aug '16 6:20:49 PM bloodytears92
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** The Lizard King himself would either the size of his father, to being as being as Heisei Godzilla. There's also the coloring issues. He would be colored grayish-silver, to charcoal gray, and two shades of purple.

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** The Lizard King himself would either the size of his father, to being as being big as Heisei Godzilla. There's also the coloring issues. He would be colored grayish-silver, to charcoal gray, and two shades of purple.
25th Jul '16 6:01:33 PM asten
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** One episode had some mutated creatures in the artic that lived underground and hunted their prey by tunneling under them and pulling down. Apparently someone on the staff was a fan of [[Film/Tremors]].

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** One episode had some mutated creatures in the artic that lived underground and hunted their prey by tunneling under them and pulling down. Apparently someone on the staff was a fan of [[Film/Tremors]].of Tremors.
25th Jul '16 5:59:29 PM asten
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** One episode had some mutated creatures in the artic that where pretty much a "[[Film/Tremors Shriker-Grabboid]]" fusion.

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** One episode had some mutated creatures in the artic that where pretty much lived underground and hunted their prey by tunneling under them and pulling down. Apparently someone on the staff was a "[[Film/Tremors Shriker-Grabboid]]" fusion.fan of [[Film/Tremors]].
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