Godzilla Anime Reveals Biggest King Ghidorah Ever In New Poster
Fresh off the monster’s animated sequel, the biggest Godzilla anime in history is now headed into battle for one last movie titled Godzilla: The Planet Eater. The trilogy-ender is set to re-introduce viewers to the kaiju-infested world of 20,000 years in the future, this time bringing one of Toho’s most iconic monsters to the party in King Ghidorah.
Similar to the atomic giant itself, Godzilla’s three-headed archenemy will also see a gargantuan upsizing and the film’s newest poster gives us our first look at how big that actually is. The visual of the two beasts engaged in battle is striking to say the least, but becomes even more so when considering the two tower well over 1000 feet tall.
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Outside this Earth-shaking interaction, the above image also hints at some dire stakes for the human population. The ensuing battle will almost surely cause untold amounts of devastation and it looks as though the trilogy’s mortal protagonist Haruo Sakaki may be one to get caught in the legendary crossfire.
Following the Netflix premiere of the trilogy’s middle chapter, the wait is now on for the final Godzilla anime to debut itself for audiences. Godzilla: The Planet Eater is currently scheduled to premiere at the Tokyo International Film Festival on November 3rd, followed by a theatrical release in Japan starting November 9th. Those who won’t be able to make the eastern run will likely have a while to wait, as a Netflix date has yet to be issued.
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