Nick is worried that one of Godzilla's egg might have survived the events of the 1998 Godzilla movie. When Godzilla's offspring hatches indeed from a single surviving egg, Nick and his science team ...
One of the main reasons why the series is so different from the movie it's spun off from, Godzilla (1998), is that almost all of the production crew were big fans of the original Japanese Godzilla films. Since the American movie's exact details were kept secret, down to the capabilities of Godzilla himself, the cartoon staff had no choice but to base their work on the Japanese movies. Thus, Godzilla Jr. is more anthropomorphic, has the iconic atomic breath weapon, stands more upright and does battle with other monsters. See more »
Brilliant, better than the movie but with original zing
I grew up watching this show every saterday morning. I loved the first movie, but always hated the originals. But one thing I have noticed is that people who liked the originals actually like this series,and the people who loved the newer series love it more.
It keeps the new Godzilla (1998) but adds more of the classical aspects from the originals. I even enjoyed this show, to this day.
Some monsters I didn't like, like the huge insects, but most were pretty cool, and amazing.
The characters we actually pretty developed, and Godzilla was more like the original, meaning he could be violent and rampaging at times, but in the end he was sort of on the good side. He was an unpredictable creature that could be on your side or the other. ANd his decision would make or break you.
Really I enjoyed this series, its to bad it had to end because of the lame Digimon and Pokemon wars that ensued at this time.
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