Even More Godzilla News: New TV Show And Blu-Ray

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<p>How and why is there so much Godzilla news coming out at once? There’s a new Toho movie, there’s a first-of-its-kind English translation of the original book coming, and now we’re hearing of a Godzilla TV show on the way for Apple TV+.</p>
 
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They're bringing back the '98 Godzilla? That movie had its moments but is suxks. A 4K release is notworth revisiting for the nostalgia." Japanese people called her "Zilla" because she wasn't "worthy"
 
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Toho's "Zilla" nickname was quite the burn! It's funny how they felt about the '98 Godzilla. Well, when it comes to "Zilla," I gotta say, she's more like a distant cousin of the real Godzilla. I mean, egg-laying? That's a far cry from the king of the monsters we know and love. Toho didn't mince words when they dubbed her "Zilla." It's like comparing a goldfish to a great white shark, you know?
 
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Godzilla making its way to Apple TV+ is a bold move. I'm genuinely interested in Monarch: Legacy of Monsters and how it will expand the Godzilla universe beyond the big screen. Let's hope it delivers p0
 
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It's quite ironic, isn't it? Godzilla, originally created in Japan as a response to the horrors of nuclear weapons, gained popularity in the United States, the very nation that used atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. It shows how art can transcend borders and evolve in meaning over time. Godzilla began as a symbol of destruction and the consequences of nuclear power, and now, it's become an iconic figure in both Japanese and American pop culture. The world is a complex place, and sometimes, even the most unexpected symbols find their place in it.
 
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