"He’s got a tree! That’s not the Godzilla we know!"
He’s gonna send us back to the Stone Age.
It’s gonna send us back to the Stone Age! - Imgur
The Cinema Shares Godzilla vs. Megalon tie-in promotional comic.
Man, Robotman and Borodan are my favorite Toho monsters.
Godzilla posters from the wonderful nation of Thailand!
Godzilla vs. Megalon (1973). Dir. Jun Fukuda.
i was just thinking about this today
#digitalpainting of #gigan, just need to do an appropriate era #godzilla and I’ll have the whole #godzillavsmegalon crew done
#digitalpainting of The 8th #godzilla suit from #GodzillavsMegalon (1973)
MSTIES by FutureDami (Part 1 of 9)
A collection of adorable battle ready characters for a faux fighting game, based on creatures, creeps, and critters from Mystery Science Theater 3000
El Roboto Humano (Ep. 102 - The Robot vs. The Aztec Mummy; 1959)
"In the field of robotics, it really doesn’t get any more specialized than this model.
"This cyborg was built specifically to handle Aztec mummies. It tested against a wide range of other mummies, faring marginally well against Sumerian, Toltec, and Tibetan, mummies, but is not recommended for use on Egyptian mummies.
"El roboto is surprisingly flexible and quick. I’m just playin’. It is slow as frozen dirt. Mind the clamps though, as they deliver quite a powerful shock."
Valeria (Ep. 110 - Robot Holocaust; 1986)
"Pleasurebot Valeria was created by the Dark One to act as security for the Power Station. She is imbued with the rare "Dark Lightning" and can channel unstable energy.
"A tactical genius, she is adept at laying complex traps and likes to toy with her victims in ‘The Room of Questions’ which is not to be confused with Tommy Wiseau’s room.
"It is clear she is a dangerous opponent. What is unclear is why she is dressed in such a manner, and why she was programmed with a German lisp."
Rex Dart (Ep. 212 - Godzilla vs. Megalon; 1973)
"Asian mega-stud Rokuro (aka Rex Dart) is arguably the most dangerous man in the galaxy. His only rival is Wolf Raider Ken, and his only weakness is anmistsu sweet bean buns.
"He hits hard. He moves fast. His hair smells great.
"Rex has a very fluid combo chaining system, which is difficult to master for beginners."
Zor (Ep. 301 - Cave Dwellers; 1984)
"God of Wuss.
"Warlord Zor is a cave dweller. A cursory inspection might make one dubious to this claim, as he seems to dwell in a heavily fortified castle, but perhaps it was built atop some caves making him by proxy a cave-dweller.
"Zoning concerns aside, Zor is a melee finesse fighter, using acrobatic flips, chops, prances, slaps, slapchops, flipslaps and pirouettes to dazzle his starstruck foes.
"Voted most deadly swordsman in the West Hollywood Community Theater, Zor can dual wield weapons to great effect. Much like Vega’s claw, his powerful mustache can be knocked free from his face, halving his power."
Trumpy (Ep. 303 - The Pod People; 1983)
Ken, Fugitive Alien (Ep. 310 - Fugitive Alien; 1986)
"Ken…has issues. Anger issues.
"He killed his best friend. Then he killed his girlfriend. Then he killed his boss. He usually greets people with a sock to the jaw.
"Ex-Star Wolf Ken doesn’t waste words when a punch will do. Not a finefighter, he relies on his crushing cosmic power, hurling himself wildly into opponents. Infact many of his special moves, such as "the forklifter," inflict damage to himself in the process.
"He is a character for those who enjoy risk and high stakes. Ken may hurt himself, but he will hurt you more. He ruins everything he touches."
Master Ninja (Ep. 322 - Master Ninja I; 1984)
“Normally I put in stats and cute comments here, but you know I am just not gonna do it this time.
"Why? Well there are a few reasons. Its pretty damn evident what a ninja does and how a ninja fights. This one just does it at 1/5th the speed of a standard ninja.
"The other reason is, I kinda hated these episodes and wished the focus was more on the hamster.
"Lee, however, is fun to draw. He has a great face for this sort of thing."
Mr. B Natural (Ep. 319’s Short - Mr. B Natural)
“Stay away from his(?) powerful hind legs!
"Mr.B is a formidable aerial attacker, raining down twirling glittering death from above. Alacrity aside, Mr.B has a scanty HP pool, but can evade grappling moves with piercing shrieks and cackles causing momentary -wtf- status.
"The key to playing Mr.B well is always staying on the move and in the air. Too much downtime will send him into a spiralling pill-popping depression."
Moon the Beatnik (Ep. 415 - The Beatniks; 1960)
“Moon, the “Beatnik” is a drunken-style master of vandalism. He is a weapon specialist, and although he begins combat empty handed, Moon can pick up any object on the field and wield it with deadly force. He gets a higher bonus for found-object weapons than any other fighter.
"The trouble with Moon is also an advantage if played well; he is completely shitfaced drunk and psychotic. The gameplay effect of this is a random cycle of special moves. Moon is never really going to what you expect him to do. His moves are fast and powerful, but 100% unpredictable.
"Moon will occasionally cast ‘tantrum’ and not only will he drop whatever he is carrying (which is bad) but also flail around and strike the ground repeatedly (which can be good). The way to use this to your advantage is to stay glued to your opponent. If it is a large target like William Conrad Moon does well to ride around on his giant back.”
Hestia the Fire Maiden (Ep. 416 - Fire Maidens of Outer Space; 1956)
“Hestia, queen of New Atlantis is, quite obviously, a water elemental.
"Her searing attacks are fueled a fusion of two special resources: innuendo and boredom. When her sensual apathy reaches critical indifference, Hestia unleashes a pyroblast that can take down most anything.
"The charge time on her incendiary spells pad out the game well, but like monopoly, most players lose interest and wander off before it is complete.”