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- Netflix releases the first season of Pacific Rim: The Black internationally on March 4.
- Arrow Video releases The Invisible Man Appears and The Invisible Man vs. The Human Fly on Blu-ray together on March 16.
- Godzilla Singular Point debuts on Netflix in Japan on March 25 and begins airing on Japanese television on April 1. An international Netflix release will follow in June. Toho Games releases Run Godzilla the same day.
- The third season of Godziban begins airing on March 26.
- Legendary Comics publishes Kong and Me on March 30.
- Warner Bros. releases Godzilla vs. Kong to American theaters, concurrent with a one-month stint on HBO Max, on March 31. Its home video release will follow on June 15.
- SRS Cinema releases War of the God Monsters on Blu-ray and VHS in late March.
- Toho Games releases Godzilla Destruction in Australia and Canada on April 14, with the international release following on April 27.
- Legendary Comics publishes Godzilla Dominion and Kingdom Kong on April 6. Titan Books publishes Godzilla vs. Kong: The Official Movie Novelization and Insight Kids publishes Godzilla vs. Kong: Sometimes Friends Fight (But They Always Make Up) on the same day.
- IDW Publishing releases the first issue of Godzilla: Monsters & Protectors. The five-issue series will conclude in August.
- Toho Games releases Godzilla Battle Line in Canada and Australia on April 26.
- The Asylum releases Ape vs. Monster to American theaters and video on demand on April 30. A DVD release will follow on May 30.
- SRS Cinema releases Monster Seafood Wars to Blu-ray and VHS in late April.
- Insight Editions will publish The Art of Godzilla vs. Kong on May 21.
- IDW Publishing will release the first issue of the quarterly series Godzilla Rivals on June 30.
- Arrow Video will release the Blu-ray box set The Daimajin Trilogy (containing Daimajin, Return of Daimajin, and Daimajin Strikes Again) on July 26.
- Kadokawa and Toho will tentatively release The Great Yokai War: Guardians to Japanese theaters in the summer.
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