Godziban (2019-)

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Godziban
Promotional image for Godziban's fourth season
Air date 1st Season:
August 9, 2019 - February 14, 2020
2nd Season:
May 1 - August 13, 2020
3rd Season:
March 26 - October 2, 2021
4th Season:
August 26, 2022 - present
Directed by Hideyuki Kobayashi
Producer(s) Keiji Ota et al.
Written by Hideyuki Kobayashi
Music by Hideyuki Kobayashi, Nana Morohoshi
Distributor Toho
Channel(s) Godzilla Channel (YouTube)
Genre(s) Comedy, puppetry
Episodes 53 (1st-3rd Season); 6 (specials)
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Monster Puppet Show Godziban (怪獣人形劇 ゴジばん,   Kaijū Ningyōgeki Gojiban), more commonly known as Godziban (ゴジばん,   Gojiban), is an ongoing multi-segmented Japanese puppet web series funded by Toho and produced by Studio Koganemushi in association with AlphaBoat. It premiered on the Godzilla Channel YouTube channel on August 9, 2019. The series is the result of a Godzilla-based audition campaign held by the collaborative project GEMSTONE and carries over characters from Koganemushi's 2004 puppet show Gekigoji.

Godziban primarily chronicles the exploits of the Three Godzilla Brothers Godzilla-kun, Minilla, and Little, who live on Godzi Godzi Island alongside various other kaiju. Following the disappearance of their parents Taigo and Mirei when they were still small children, Godzilla-kun trains himself and his younger brothers to one day be true members of the Godzilla Clan. The brothers are often assisted by their friends such as Anguirus, Baragon, Gorosaurus, and the twins Moshu-Moshu and Moshuu-Moshuu, as well as their relatives Kamachi, Grandpa Zilla, and Uncle Zilla. Together, the residents of Godzi Godzi Island defend their home and sometimes even other locations from malevolent space monsters such as King Ghidorah, Desghidorah, and Gigan, as well as the short-tempered Xilien invader Lei Lei.

The show concluded its first season on December 31, 2019, with a special episode premiering on February 14, 2020. The second season ran from May 1, 2020, to August 13. Two more specials were broadcast at Godzilla Fest 2020 Online on November 3, 2020, with two others released to buyers of the Godziban Movie Monster Series figures on December 21. A third season premiered on March 26, 2021, and concluded on October 2, with five specials released throughout. The fourth season premiered on August 26, 2022. Two exclusive episodes and a director's cut of an existing episode were released on DVD and Blu-ray in Japan on December 21, 2022. The GODZILLA OFFICIAL by TOHO YouTube channel began uploading episodes of the show with English subtitles on August 20, 2021.

Plot

Godziban episodes are divided into a number of unique segments, typically anywhere from two to four. The most prominent of these is Go! Go! Godzilla-kun[note 1] (Go!Go!ゴジラくん,   Go Go Gojira-kun), in which the Three Godzilla Brothers Godzilla-kun, Minilla, and Little and have various misadventures on their home of Godzi Godzi Island, and occasionally learn new skills befitting of their Godzilla ancestry. Attention! Godzilla (かまって!ゴジラ,   Kamatte Gojira)[note 2] debuted in the show's second episode and follows the brothers' cousin Kamachi, who appears to comfort people in times of need.

Each season 1 episode ends with an untitled entry of Grandpa Hedo (ヘドじい,   Hedojī), where a conversation occurs between the titular Grandpa Hedo and his grandson Young Hedo as they trek through a seemingly endless wasteland. In episode 6, which included all three of the aforementioned segments, a bonus second installment of Grandpa Hedo was included entitled Grandpa Hedo (Spin-Off) (ヘドじい番外,   Hedojī Bangai, lit. Grandpa Hedo Extra). A spinoff of Grandpa Hedo, entitled Grandpa Hedo's Travels (ヘドじい漫遊記,   Hedojī Manyūki), debuted in episode 10 and comprised a montage of smaller segments in which the Hedos visit an area of Japan while discussing viewer-suggested topics.

The aforementioned segments were revealed to take place in the same universe in the show's Christmas special, which featured characters from all three crossing over.

Episode 8 introduced Go! Jet Jaguar (ジェットジャガーに訊け!,   Jetto Jagā ni Kike, lit. Ask Jet Jaguar!),[note 3] consisting of 2D animation by artist Onigiri rather than live action puppetry. In this segment, Jet Jaguar is an inflatable robot created by Dr. Roborobo and a friend of Godzilla who springs into action as a guardian mecha to defend the people of Earth against Megalon. The segment also incorporated Minilla and Little from Go! Go! Godzilla-kun in its fourth episode.

Moshi Moth (もしモス) began in episode 9, following Battra and the twin sisters Moshu-Moshu and Moshuu-Moshuu from Go! Go! Godzilla-kun on their journeys through life.

In season 2 of the series, a spinoff of Go! Go! Godzilla-kun called Little and Gigan: The Dangerous Duo (リトルとガイガン あぶない2人 (ふたり),   Ritoru to Gaigan Abunai Futari) debuted, following the titular Little and Gigan. A short 2D segment called Gigan, Slice! (ガイガン斬る!,   Gaigan Kiru!) is occasionally paired with other segments, following a different Gigan patterned after the Godzilla Final Wars version. The second season concluded with two episodes of another Go! Go! Godzilla-kun spinoff, Young Serizawa (少年セリザワ,   Shōnen Serizawa).

Episodes

= Go! Go! Godzilla-kun
= Attention! Godzilla
= Go! Jet Jaguar
= Moshi Moth
= Grandpa Hedo's Travels
= Little and Gigan: The Dangerous Duo
= Gigan, Slice!
= Young Serizawa
= Hello! JJ-23
= Fanta G
= Sleeping Monsters

Pilot

Main article: Godziban (pilot).

Seasonal episodes

Episode no. Title Air date
Overall Season Segment Godzilla Channel GODZILLA OFFICIAL
1st Season (ファーストシーズン)
1 1 1 "We Are the Three Godzilla Brothers!" 08/09/2019 08/20/2021
2 2 1 "Parting Lovers" 08/16/2019 08/27/2021
3 3 2 "Smack It, Godzilla Brothers!" 08/23/2019 09/03/2021
4 4 2 "The Sad Ballerina" 08/30/2019 09/10/2021
5 5 3 "Secret Training Dojo" 09/06/2019 09/17/2021
6 6 4 "Secret Move: Dropkick!" 09/13/2019 09/24/2021
3 "Office Lady Yuko's Depression"
7 7 5 "Run On, Godzilla Brothers!" 09/20/2019 10/01/2021
8 8 6 "A Godziban Tale: The Tortoise and the Hare" 09/27/2019 10/08/2021
1 "A World First! Robot Press Conference"
4 "Woeful Warriors"
9 9 1 "Moshu-Moshu Telephone" 10/05/2019 10/15/2021
2 "Jet Jaguar Activates!!"
10 10 1 "Land of Fire: Aso, Kumamoto Edition" 10/11/2019 10/22/2021
11 11 1 "A World First! Robot Press Conference" 10/18/2019 10/29/2021
2 "Jet Jaguar Activates!!"
3 Untitled episode
12 12 7 "Fly to the Cliff!" 10/25/2019 11/05/2021
13 13 2 "Smack It, Godzilla Brothers! English Dub" 11/01/2019 11/12/2021
14 14 N/A "Godzilla Fest 2019 Show" 11/08/2019 11/22/2021
15 15 4 "Red Balloon" 11/15/2019 11/26/2021
16 16 5 "A Stubborn Father's Longest Day" 11/22/2019 12/03/2021
17 17 8 "Son of Minilla" 11/29/2019 12/17/2021
18 18 9 "He Came From Outer Space" 12/09/2019 12/26/2021
19 19 10 "G vs. G / I Am Godzilla-kun!" 12/13/2019 12/31/2021
20 20 11 "The Godzilla Who Came on Christmas Eve!" 12/24/2019 01/07/2022
21 21 12 "Fly Towards the Future!" 12/31/2019 01/15/2022
Special Special "Film the Dream!" 02/14/2020 N/A
2nd Season (セカンドシーズン)
22 1 13 "Goodbye, Mommy" 05/01/2020 01/21/2022
23 2 14 "Three Giant Monsters: The Hungriest One on Earth" 05/08/2020 01/28/2022
24 3 1 "Gigan, Rise!" 05/15/2020 02/04/2022
25 4 15 "Special Training: Pole Vault!" 05/22/2020 02/11/2022
26 5 2 "Moshu-Moshu and the Door of Dreams" 05/29/2020 02/18/2022
27 6 2 "Gigan, Troubled!" 06/05/2020 03/04/2022
1 Untitled episode
28 7 16 "Go! Miracle Tail Shot" 06/12/2020 03/14/2022
29 8 3 "Moshu & Moshuu ★ Dance!" 06/26/2020 03/18/2022
30 9 3 "Gigan, Brain Freeze!" 07/03/2020 03/25/2022
2 Untitled episode
31 10 17 "Showdown! Beach Volleyball in the South Seas" 07/10/2020 04/01/2022
32 11 18 "Uncle Zilla" 07/24/2020 04/09/2022
33 12 1 "A Tragic Dissonance" 08/01/2020 04/15/2022
34 13 2 "Mystery on the Beach" 08/13/2020 04/22/2022
3rd Season (サードシーズン)
35 1 19 "Special Training: Discus!" 03/26/2021 05/13/2022
36 2 4 "Bad Guy Blues" 04/02/2021 05/20/2022
37 3 1 "Cool Brother JJ!" 04/09/2021 06/03/2022
38 4 20 "Fly, Godzilla-kun!" 04/16/2021 06/10/2022
39 5 2 "Champion of Justice, Brother JJ!" 04/23/2021 06/17/2022
3 Untitled episode
40 6 4 "Moshu-Moshu Connected Forever" 04/30/2021 06/24/2022
Special 1 "Sleeping Monsters: Little" 05/07/2021 09/02/2022
41 7 3 "Prelude to a Nightmare" 05/14/2021 07/01/2022
Special 2 "Sleeping Monsters: Minilla" 05/21/2021 09/15/2022
42 8 4 "Grandiose Memories" 05/29/2021 07/08/2022
Special 3 "Sleeping Monsters: Tiny Zilla" 06/08/2021 09/23/2022
43 9 21 "Junior Zilla" 06/19/2021 07/22/2022
Special 2 "Mysterious Forest of Yakushima Edition" 07/24/2021 09/30/2022
44 10 1 "A Flower Blooms in the Dark" 08/20/2021 08/05/2022
45 11 2 "Godzilla-kun Goes to the Forest" 08/27/2021 08/12/2022
46 12 3 "A Voice that Calls for Us" 09/17/2021 08/19/2022
Special 4 "Napping Monsters: All Monsters Attack Edition" 09/24/2021 10/07/2022
47 13 22 "Beat Space and the Future!" 10/02/2021 08/26/2022
4th Season (フォースシーズン)
48 1 23 "Shin Father and Son" 08/26/2022 N/A
Special N/A "Blu-ray & DVD Trailer" 09/02/2022
49 2 24 "Shin Freezing Operation" 09/09/2022
50 3 25 "Shin Frozen" 09/23/2022
51 4 26 "The Return of Kingoji-kun" 10/07/2022
52 5 27 "Special Training: Weightlifting!" 10/21/2022
53 6 N/A "Who is the Hero?" 11/18/2022
54 7 "Great Monster Gathering!" 11/25/2022
55 8 28 "Hop! Step! Radon! Part 1" 12/02/2022
"1st Season Digest"
56 9 29 "Hop! Step! Radon! Part 1" 12/16/2022
"2nd Season Digest"
N/A "Opening an Onigiri Shop!"
57 10 30 "Hop! Step! Radon! Part 3" 12/30/2022
"3rd Season Digest"
58 11 5 "The Scariest Sister Appears!" 01/20/2023
59 12 6 "The Most Sinister Sister!" 02/04/2023

Non-season episodes

No. Title Release date Notes
Special "The Xilien Who Turned Red" 11/03/2020 Shown during Godzilla Fest Online 2020. Later included as a bonus feature on the Godziban Blu-ray.
"Lullaby of the Skies"
"Bring Them to Life! Let's Play with the Three Godzilla Brothers" 12/21/2020 Accessible via QR code printed on the tags of Movie Monster Series Godziban figures.
"The Greatest Advance of All Monsters on Earth" 12/21/2022 Included on the Godziban DVD and Blu-ray. Later shown together theatrically as "Godziban."
"Mothra vs. Bagan: Prologue"
"Son of Minilla" Director's Cut

Staff

Staff role on the left, staff member's name on the right.

  • Directed by   Hideyuki Kobayashi
  • Written by   Hideyuki Kobayashi
  • Executive producer   Keiji Ota
  • Co-executive producers
    • 1st-3rd Season:   Taichi Ueda, Akihiro Yamauchi
    • 4th Season:   Akito Takahashi, Tetsuya Yoshikawa
  • Chief producer   Koji Azuma (1st-3rd Season)
  • Produced by
  • Assistant producer(s)
    • 1st-2nd Season:   Soichi Kin, Shunsuke Yanagisawa
    • 3rd Season:   Tetsuto Yamamoto
  • Licensing by   Takanari Iwata (4th Season)
  • Music by   Hideyuki Kobayashi, Nana Morohoshi
  • Ending theme "Godzidan" sung by   Luna
  • "Godzidan" dance performed by
    • 1st Season:   Luna; Marie Katsura, Rino Shimomura (episode 19); Yae, Kento, Nina (episode 20)
    • 2nd Season:   Luna, Clair, Marie Katsura, Miki Otani
    • 3rd Season:   Shoko Nakajima
    • 4th Season:   Yae, Nina
  • Cinematography by   Koichi Inokuchi
  • Edited by   Hideyuki Kobayashi, Pekeko
  • Production design by   Junko Kubota, NOBU☆, Mile Paxton
  • Puppet operators   Hiroto Nakayama, Megumi Kawano, Emi Takita
  • Title logos by   Yukihide Toyoda, Onigiri, Shiu Yoshijima
  • Illustrators   Junko Kubota, Marunana, Onigiri, Shiu Yoshijima, Junko Kubota, Koganemushitaro, Hiroshi Maruyama

Cast

Actor's name on the left, character played on the right.

  • Yumiko Takahashi   as   Godzilla-kun (voice) / other voice(s)[1]
  • Hideyuki Kobayashi   as   Little (voice) / Young Hedo (voice) / Anguirus (voice)
  • Junko Kubota   as   Minilla (voice)[2] / Kenji's mother
  • Megumi Kawano   as   Radon (voice)[3] / Dorat (voice)[3] / other voice(s)[1] / MC of wedding (voice)
  • Yuko Amami   as   Miyarabi (voice)[4] / Matan and Tango (voices)[4] / Yuko, office lady
  • Luna   as   Shobijin (voices)[5] / schoolgirl who finds Kamachi
  • Miki Otani   as   Young Serizawa (voice)[6]
  • Aiko Yuhara   as   Mother Gigarian (voice)[7] / Aira, warrior girl
  • Holly Kaneko   as   other monster voice(s)[8] / Tetsugoro Kuroiwa, widower
  • Hiroto Nakayama, Masamichi Komeno   as   other monster voices[8]
  • Rino Shimomura   as   Rino, office lady
  • Masahiro Omura   as   Rino's boyfriend
  • Clair   as   Mia, ballerina
  • Marie Katsura   as   ballet master / Marika, warrior girl / Miyoko, Tetsugoro's wife (photograph)
  • Natsumi Tezuka   as   Tetsugoro's daughter
  • Kota Iijima   as   Kenji Mizubota, bridegroom
  • Fumihiko Nemoto   as   Kenji's father
  • Angus, Luka, Norinori   as   children awaiting Christmas presents

Appearances

Monsters

Characters

Weapons, vehicles, and races

Gallery

Screenshots

Merchandise

Miscellaneous

Internet

Video games

Awards

A pilot for Godziban was submitted in March of 2019 to the first GEMSTONE Creators Audition, which had the theme of "Godzilla." It was awarded the grand prize of 300,000 yen, along with G vs. G, Fiction, Gifu Godzilla, DRESS, and Godzilla Trailer.[9] The prize-winning creators were thus given the opportunity to work with producers at Toho, with Godziban becoming a full series aired on the official Godzilla Channel months later.

Award Category Recipient(s) Result
GEMSTONE Creators Audition Vol.1 Godzilla Godziban Won[9]

Manga adaptation

A 4-panel comic strip-style manga adaptation of Godziban, entitled Godziman (ゴジ漫,   Gojiman), began being serialized by the Japanese anime news site Animage Plus on September 12, 2019.[10] New issues were released every Thursday.

Live performances

Live performances of Godziban were held at Godzilla Fest on November 3, 2019, featuring appearances from Godzilla-kun, Minilla, Little, Moshu-Moshu, Grandpa Hedo and Young Hedo, all voiced by their actors from the series. The Three Godzilla Brothers meet an elder Godzilla bearing the ShodaiGoji design, named Grandpa Zilla, who grows giant to face off against the mutated Dorat monster, King Ghidorah. Several displays were also set up around the venue, featuring the first appearances of the Rodan, Gezora, and Gorosaurus puppets. A "digest movie" of the event and performance was posted to the Godzilla Channel on November 8 as episode 14 of Godziban.

On November 3, 2022, another live performance was held at Godzilla Fest, featuring appearances from Godzilla-kun, Minilla, Little, Gigan (who donned a Godman costume), Gabara, Kingoji-kun, Miyarabi, and Mother Gigarian in her first appearance. The Godziban stage area also displayed and demonstrated the Bagan puppet, Kamacuras, Kumonga, the Dorats and the new Mecha Dorat. As with the 2019 show the Godzilla Channel released a recording of the performance on November 18 as episode 53 of Godziban under the title "Who is the Hero?", followed by an exploration of the booth released on November 25 as episode 54, titled "Great Monster Gathering".

Full 2019 performance
Full 2022 performance

Video releases

Toho Blu-ray/DVD (2022)[11]

Videos

Main article: Godziban/Videos.

Trivia

  • Godziban marks the first Godzilla-related series to be produced since 1999's Godzilla TV. It is also the first ever web-exclusive Godzilla series.
  • A number of episodes of the Go! Go! Godzilla-kun segment feature references to previous Godzilla and kaiju films.
    • In episode 1, Godzilla-kun stepping on Minilla's tail to make him fire stronger smoke rings is a reference to the film Son of Godzilla, in which Godzilla stepping on Minilla's tail causes him to fire atomic breath, rather than smoke rings.
    • Anguirus communicates with Godzilla-kun through roars and speech bubbles at the request of Japanese YouTube user Uchi no Angirasu (うちのアンギラス). This is in reference to the Japanese theatrical version of Godzilla vs. Gigan, which featured Godzilla and Anguirus' dialogue being represented with speech bubbles. Anguirus' recurring line "OK!" is even taken directly from the film.
    • The "Godzilla Kick" move that Godzilla-kun teaches to Minilla and Little in episode 4 is a reference to an identical move performed by Godzilla in Godzilla vs. Megalon. This too was a fan request, by user Yoshio-kun (ヨシオくん).
    • The ending to episode 6 of Go! Go! Godzilla-kun references Gamera, with Minilla and Little, dressed as turtles, spinning around and lifting off into the air.
    • Anguirus' rolling in a ball after falling from the cliff in episode 7 is a reference to Godzilla Final Wars, in which Anguirus has the ability to tuck into a ball as a means of quicker transportation. This was requested by Takkī (タッキー).
    • Rodan's hatching in episode 8 is reminiscent of a similar scene from the character's debut film. The episode's title, "Son of Minilla," is also a reference to Son of Godzilla.
    • In episode 12, Godzilla-kun daydreams about flying through the air using his atomic breath, referencing Godzilla flying in Godzilla vs. Hedorah. The episode's final gathering of monsters against King Ghidorah is also a clear homage to Destroy All Monsters.
    • The fight choreography in episode 23 closely follows the final battle in Ghidorah, the Three-Headed Monster.
  • As with Go! Go! Godzilla-kun, fan suggestions have been taken for Grandpa Hedo beginning with episode 8, culled from responses to a Tweet by the official GEMSTONE Twitter.[12] Episode 8's premise was suggested by Yasutaka (泰貴), episode 9's by Kuroneko vs. Godzilla (黒猫vsゴジラ,   Kuroneko tai Gojira), episode 15's by Hiropon (ヒロぽん), episode 16's by Kai Hodora (ホドラ.改,   Hodora Kai), episode 17's by Kamatama (かまたま), and episode 19's by Panda Kopanda.
  • Godziban marks the first meeting between Godzilla and Desghidorah outside of video games.
  • Godziban marks the first official appearance of Bagan outside of video games.

External links

Notes

  1. Translated on title cards as Go!Go! Godzillakun and in subtitles for the English dub of "Smack It, Godzilla Brothers!" as Go! Go! Mr.Godzilla.
  2. Though the exclamation point is present on the segment's title card, it is sometimes absent, such as in the titles of episode uploads.
  3. While the segment's Japanese title card lacks an exclamation point, it is present in the titles and descriptions of episode uploads, as well as other sources. Additionally, the English title Go! Jet Jaguar is written in Japanese as ゆけ!ジェットジャガー (Yuke Jetto Jagā) on title cards beginning with episode 11 of Godziban, and as ゴー!ジェットジャガー (Gō Jetto Jagā) at the beginning of episode 15.

References

This is a list of references for Godziban. These citations are used to identify the reliable sources on which this article is based. These references appear inside articles in the form of superscript numbers, which look like this: [1]

  1. 1.0 1.1 Inaba 2022, p. 47
  2. Inaba 2022, p. 44.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Inaba 2022, pp. 45, 47
  4. 4.0 4.1 "Amami Yuko". Kato Kikaku. Retrieved 4 February 2023.
  5. Inaba 2022, p. 48.
  6. Kobayashi, Hideyuki (8 December 2021). "海の生き物たちのパペットはこがねむしの「不思議の青い海」の登場キャラたち。声の担当も小林と久保田 ウルトラマンボーイのCVの大谷美紀さんは#ウルトラP の少年ゼロや#ゴジばん の少年セリザワなども担当してます。ウルトラP の幼体エレキングもちょこっとも登場しています。". Twitter.
  7. Kobayashi, Hideyuki (2 January 2023). "#ゴジばん ありがとうございます✨「哀愁の女戦士」の黒戦士は湯原愛子さん✨ #マザーガイガリアン の声優も担当。お姿も、お声もどちらの演技も素敵で魅惑な方です✨実は、某超有名ヒロイン等のスーツアクターもされてます。「哀愁の女戦士」の巻 https://youtube.com/watch?v=RY4rmf...". Twitter.
  8. 8.0 8.1 Inaba 2022, p. 45
  9. 9.0 9.1 "Awarded Works". GEMSTONE. Retrieved 5 September 2019.
  10. Murakita, Keiko (12 September 2019). "東宝怪獣たちが活躍する人形劇『ゴジばん』の4コマ漫画『ゴジ漫』スタート!". Animage Plus.
  11. "Blu-ray & DVD Introduction". Godzilla Store. 2 September 2022.
  12. @GEMSTONE_JP (19 September 2019). "【ヘドじい相談室・開講!】 #ゴジばん の大人気コーナー「ヘドじい」でへどじいに聞いてみたい質問を大募集! 応募方法は 1.このツイートをRT 2.このツイートのリプ欄に質問を投稿 日々の疑問から人生の悩みまで、深ぁーい答えにあなたもきっと「#なるヘドロ!」 #原石募集 #悩み相談 #疑問 #謎 #哲学". Twitter.

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