Tumblr Kaiju Krew MASTERPOST

In the wake of Legendary Pictures’ Godzilla and Pacific Rim, I’ve noticed a lot of users asking about Godzilla and kaiju blogs to follows. In response, I’ve put together this masterpost of practically every kaiju blog I’m aware of! This is by no means a definitive complete list though, and will be updated constantly (probably), so if you want to be added to the list, or have any suggestions for more sections or categories, or just any general comments, LET ME KNOW! So without further ado, here’s the Tumblr Kaiju Krew…

GODZILLA/KAIJU BLOGGERS

WIDER TOKUSATSU BLOGS

OFFICIAL BLOGS

  • godzillaencounter - A blog that teased the Godzilla Encounter of 2013’s San Diego Comic Con.
  • idwcomics - Publishers of the current ongoing Godzilla comic book series.
  • kaijugaiden - Official blog of the upcoming documentary Kaiju Gaiden, focusing on independent kaiju filmmakers.
  • legendary - The official blog of Legendary Pictures, who produced Godzilla (2014) and Pacific Rim, and their upcoming sequels.
  • legendarycomics - Publishers of ”Godzilla: Awakening” and “Pacific Rim: Tales from Year Zero”.

ARTISTS (I’d appreciate help building this section!)

ROLEPLAYERS (I need help building this section too!)

If you want to be included on this list, or you’re already on the list and want to be moved to in a different section/category, LET ME KNOW!

mekagojira3k:

Behind the Scenes Photos for Dogora, the Space Monster Or: How I Learned to Want to Be Mark Jackson When I Grow Up (1964)

Akiko Wakabayashi, Seizaburo Kawazu, Eisei Amamoto, Yoshifumi Tajima, Nadao Kirino, and Akira Wakamatsu as the gangsters in Dogora, the Space Monster.

Detail of the Japanese VHS cover for Dogora, the Space Monster.

Detail of the Japanese VHS cover for Dogora, the Space Monster.

West German poster for Dogora, the Space Monster (1964).

West German poster for Dogora, the Space Monster (1964).

astoundingbeyondbelief:

So it turns out the Italian title of Dogora (1964) is Dogora, the Great Monster from the Swamp. I would say I’m sorry for making this, but really, who am I fooling at this point?

astoundingbeyondbelief:

So it turns out the Italian title of Dogora (1964) is Dogora, the Great Monster from the Swamp. I would say I’m sorry for making this, but really, who am I fooling at this point?

revengeofgojira:

This is one movie I doubt I’ll ever find…

Mexican lobby cards for Dogora, the Space Monster (2/2).