Can I set this as the official monthly comic for Patreon? I mean it IS a crossover after all, and someone's already paid for it, so why not? lmao
who asked for Godzilla holding the monsters from Rampage, separating Ralph from George as he flips off the other 2 monsters, while Lizzie rests around Godzilla's neck.Support these comics on the official Godzilla Saves the Day! Patreon page! Pledge a dollar a month and expect to see a new comic each month, or pledge a higher amount for one of the 3 tiers for special bonuses! www.patreon.com/Godzillasavest…
RAMPAGE WAS A LOT OF FUN, LEMME TELL YA
When I first heard the news through a link on facebook I thought "oh no what's this?" and I read through, and saw the trailer, and I remembered playing Rampage as a kid. I also saw San Andreas, and although it's in no way a great film, I kinda enjoy watching big budget end-of-the-world movies where cities are crumbled and the destruction looks real as fuck (2012 is a film I'll sit through a couple times too) so upon watching the trailer, I figured it was just gonna be San Andreas with giant monsters .. and you bet your ass I was gonna pay the full price of admission to see that shit on the big screen.
Time went on and I wasn't sure if this was gonna be a good movie or a bad movie. They made it look like a rather serious film with a fairly realistic plot, but then you also remember that its a dumb ol' monster movie starring the Rock, based on a cartoony monster destruction game from the 90s. Around the time of the film's premiere, I saw a lot of people were saying good things about it, which I liked. I also saw that they were promoting it with rap in the TV spots and a Dave and Busters ad, so I had a feeling it might be less serious than it claimed to be. At this point I was still gonna go see it.. but I was ready for anything.
Someone told me that George also uses the middle finger a couple of times . . and I thought "oh shit it's gonna be like Transformers isn't it? it's gonna be expensive and action packed but its also gonna be stupid.." but then as I watched the film, I realized that they put a decent amount of work into making certain situations feel real, sprinkled with a bit of cheese, kinda went over the line a few times, but in the end it was still a really enjoyable monster movie that is CLEARLY aware of what its supposed to be, but made the whole concept a lot more fun than you'd expect it to be. For what it's worth, as a big dumb monster movie based on a cartoony video game, I would say this was an adaptation that was better than anyone expected it to be.
also why the fuck does the wolf have spines and wings, and why does the crocodile look like it became a Dilophosaurus/Ankylosaurus hybrid??
I do not own Godzilla, it belongs to Toho/Legendary. Rampage and its creatures belong to Warner Bros.