GODZILLA: Planet of the Monsters (novelization)

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Godzilla: Planet of the Monsters (novelization)
Author Takahiro Okura,
Gen Urobuchi (Supervisor)
Publisher Kadokawa
Publish Date November 2, 2018
Pages 240[1]
Genre Novel
ISBN ISBN-13: 9784041074022
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GODZILLA: Planet of the Monsters (GODZILLA 怪獣惑星,   Gojira Kaijū Wakusei, lit. GODZILLA: Monster Planet) is a Japanese novelization of the 2017 animated Godzilla film of the same name, as well as the first half of its sequel, GODZILLA: City on the Edge of Battle. It is a follow-up to the novels GODZILLA: Monster Apocalypse and GODZILLA: Project Mechagodzilla, and will itself be followed by the novelization of GODZILLA: The Planet Eater. It is written by Takahiro Okura, supervised by screenwriter Gen Urobuchi, and published by Kadokawa. It was released on November 2, 2018.[2]

Description

満を持して登場! これが“アニゴジ”本編、本気のノベライズだ!

繁栄を謳歌していたはずの人類は、1999年のカマキラスに始まる<怪獣>の襲来により、生存を脅かされ始める。長い戦いの末、辛くも勝利をおさめた……のもつかの間、最大の生ける絶望、ゴジラが出現し、人類は殲滅寸前となって地球を棄てる。しかしただ一人、故郷奪還の志を抱く者がいた。彼=ハルオと、仲間たちはゴジラが支配する2万年後の地球に降り立つが--アニメ版GODZILLA、待望の完全ノベライズ!!

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Shinomura

2 months ago
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What this book states about Godzilla Filius?

There are more? How many?
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Titan of Water

4 months ago
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I really wish that instead of making a novelization of the last two movies they made a book about the Exif’s exile from their planet by Ghidorah and their travels across the universe.
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The King of the Monsters

4 months ago
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I suppose it's always possible for Renji Oki to revisit the prequel novels and write a third entry in the future. He himself didn't rule it out.
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ShodaiMeesmothLarva

4 months ago
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Is this released or not? It's November 4 and I don't see any updates about this.
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Chainsaw Gigan

4 months ago
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It's Released, many now have a copy in Japan.
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ShodaiMeesmothLarva

4 months ago
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Updated the page, if it gets reverted again...*sigh*
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The King of the Monsters

4 months ago
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Meeston, why are all of your comments just whining and being rude and negative for the sake of being rude and negative? Everyone is really tired of it.
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MosuFan2004

5 months ago
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Why a novelization of the first anime film while the other two books are original stories?.. I think this is just bad.. Why not making a novel about the other two humanoid races? This is just pointless.
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ShodaiMeesmothLarva

5 months ago
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Yep, they're just wasting time and money on a pointless novel which has the exact same plot from the first movie. I would have liked it if it's about Ghidorah fighting SpaceGodzilla in outer space, but it is not.
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The Guardian of the Universe

5 months ago
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Yeah, we don't need this, we already got a manga based on the film. Instead of making more versions of a same story, they should have made something interesting related with kaiju like Destoroyah, Mothra, and SpaceGodzilla (who was announced but never appeared), because there's a difference of 20,000 years between the events of novels and the trilogy. I'm not saying they won't include new little things, but it's still the same story, again... A great potential wasted.
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ShodaiMeesmothLarva

5 months ago
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Well third novel confirmed, but where it would be taking place??? We got a film with the same title, if this novel has the exact same plot from the first film then it sucks.
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Les

5 months ago
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The announcement tweet seems to indicate that it will have supplementary information on the characters and the events that take place in the movie, while still adapting it. I imagine it shares continuity with the previous novels and the other films... in all likelihood it'll basically just be a slightly more comprehensive re-telling of the first movie with extra information and potentially some callbacks to the other novels.