Power Rangers + History of Trunks DBZ live actionI'll keep this short, because I don't want to get long winded on this journal. I tend to do that sometimes.More Like This
But just yesterday...2 fantastic pieces of fan films were put on the internet on Youtube. One of them is an episode style telling of The History of Trunks...and the other is a very gritty sequel short movie to the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers.
For what they were...I was pretty blown away and loved it a lot. I thought everyone did a pretty fantastic job. Yeah they are different form the source material...but at least they were creative with how they did it.
So here are the links to the film shorts. Tell me what you guys think of them.
[Power Rangers Dark Gritty Reboot]
[DBZ Light of Hope Pilot Episode]
Gamera Fans To The RescueOriginally Posted At :iconkaijuden:More Like This
Unless Kadokawa-Daiei Studios pulls one Hell of a last minute surprise, I've come to the unavoidable realization that the "Gamera Revival Project" (the official place holder / working title) has probably been cancelled. And now resides with other unmade Kaiju films, too many to mention, Gamera and otherwise.
I'd love to believe otherwise. And I really hope my knack for bad timing results in a new Gamera film being announced really soon. But even by the ridiculously short filming schedules of Japan, this is beyond cutting it close.
That, and the 'no show' articles in various magazines published by Kadokawa itself, not giving too much confidence.
But that isn't going to stop us Gamera fans, now will it?
Not one, but two independent Gamera books are being prepped for later this year. The first of
Kaiju News Round-Up 2/11/2015From:iconkaijuden:More Like This
Enjoy the following tidbits, and again, please give us your ideas and suggestions for future art jams, and discussion threads, in the comments below.
"Xeniathan" - A Kaiju Musical
Although the idea of a giant monster musical isn't new (I'd name titles, but can't remember the two American shorts in question..."Mon-Star" and something about killer worms?), "Xeniathan: Destroyer of Worlds" is a little more in-tune with the Japanese Kaiju variety. More info in the following link, along with concept art of the title monster.
Original 1967 "Yongary" Might Be Alive At Toei
Little known fact; outside some heavily damaged 47 minutes worth of footage, the original South Korean version of "Yongary" is basically lost to time