GODZILLA: The Planet Eater (novelization)

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GODZILLA: The Planet Eater
Godzilla: The Planet Eater (novelization)
Author Takahiro Okura,
Gen Urobuchi (Supervisor)
Publisher Kadokawa
Publish Date December 22, 2018[1]
Pages 208[1]
Genre Novel
ISBN ISBN-13: 9784041074039
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GODZILLA: The Planet Eater (GODZILLA 星を喰う者,   Gojira Hoshi o Kū Mono) is a Japanese novelization of the 2018 animated Godzilla film of the same name, as well as the second half of the previous film, GODZILLA: City on the Edge of Battle. It is a follow-up to the novelization of GODZILLA: Planet of the Monsters. Like its predecessor, the novel is written by Takahiro Okura, supervised by screenwriter Gen Urobuchi, and published by Kadokawa. It was released on December 22, 2018.[1]

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!

すべてを失って敗北したかのように思えた人類。最後に残った「それ」は果たして希望なのか!? 「福家警部補」シリーズの著者が魂を賭けて挑む、いまだかつてない映画ノベライズ。[1]

Contents

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Differences from the Film

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  • The character of Josh Emerson is completely omitted.
  • It is pointed out that the Exif may have been responsible for Mechagodzilla failing to start at the Battle at the Foot of Mount Fuji in 2036. It is also suggested that the Exif were behind an abnormality in the construction of one of Mechagodzilla City's EMP Harpoons 20,000 years later.
  • An elderly Miana is present alongside her sister Maina in the final scene, observing the fire ritual.

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Aggression25

3 months ago
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How does this story end? Is it lighter than the film?
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Godzilla Raids Again

6 months ago
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First Planet of the Monsters, now this. Where’s City on the Edge of Battle?
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ShodaiMeesmothLarva

6 months ago
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^
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Astounding Beyond Belief

6 months ago
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City on the Edge of Battle is bizarrely divided between the two books.
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Titan of Water

6 months ago
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Where would Planet of The Monsters end and Planet Eater start then? Most of City on The Edge of Battle is uneventful and is just talking most of the time, so it would be really hard to have a cliffhanging ending or an exciting opening.
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The King of the Monsters

6 months ago
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It ends on the scene toward the middle of the movie where Haruo and Metphies are discussing the Nanometal and then what happened to the Exif home planet. The last line in the book is “It’s Ghidorah.”
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Titan of Water

6 months ago
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Eh guess that’s a good cliffhanger.
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Godzilla Raids Again

6 months ago
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Ok then. By the way, when I first signed in, I was told typing my email was optional, so I ignored it. However, I have no idea how to put my email address in. I need it to edit pages and stuff. Someone please help.
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