Talk:Niko Tatopoulos

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The Nick from Godzilla: The Novelization is irritating, annoying and obnoxious. Here is proof. Titanollante ( roar to me! | my footprints! ) 05:06, 21 December 2017 (UTC)

They cut to a man-on-the-street interview. Some middle-aged palooka they'd interviewed outside the office an hour earlier was suddenly showing up in the living rooms of ten million households, offering his uninformed opinion.
Although we had seen the videotape with the old Japanese cook repeating the word gojira, we still didn't know what he meant. Secondly, the name Godzilla is nothing but a butchered mispronunciation of the creature's true historical name. As we will see, it was the result of one unscrupulous reporter's misreading, a man who was small in both spirit and stature. The name Godzilla appears on the cover of this book against my wishes, and only because it is the term that has come into common usage. As someone who constantly has to correct the way people pronounce my last name, I am perhaps overly sensitive to this issue. I urge all my readers not to call this animal Godzilla. That's not his name. No more than my name is Tadapoleus, Topapodalus, Dopatodolus, or any of the other things I've been called.
To quote Audrey: "It's Gojira, you moron!"