|Above, the Godzilla statue at Toho Studios in Setagaya. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
Many fans are excited over the return of the Japanese Godzilla. It has been 12 years since the previous Toho-produced G-movie, Godzilla Final Wars was released.
Apparently the release of Toho's Shin Godzilla (a.k.a. Godzilla Resurgence) has gotten RocketNews 24 all excited as they have posted several Godzilla-related articles lately.
The latest one is on the many different sizes of Godzilla over the years.
They begin with:
A new graphic shows that Godzilla has been on some serious nuclear-infused ‘roids the last 60 years.To read more, go here.
As the city of Tokyo grows, Godzilla films have had to inflate the iconic creature to (even more) monstrous proportions. We’ve already covered how the original Godzilla would be absolutely dwarfed by modern Tokyo’s towering skyscrapers and multi-story apartment buildings, but how has everyone’s favorite city-destroying nuclear lizard thing evolved over the ages to match Tokyo’s changing landscape?