→ 29 Jul 14 at 2 am
I know the term “Lovecraftian” is thrown about a wee bit too often these days, but honestly, I think King Ghidorah’s origin in the Godzilla sequel(s) needs to be something along the lines of “At the Mountains of Madness”. If Edwards and his crew manage to strike the right balance between Ghidorah’s meteor crashing-origin in his first film, and some Lovecraftian ancient astronaut/Antarctic horror, they would be on to a definite winner.
Exactly. In the Godzilla art book it has concept drawings of finding Godzilla and another creature interlocked in battle or a Godzilla carcass in Siberia, though they dumped the ideas because the stupid Man of Steel had Superman’s race space ship frozen in Siberia… It would be awesome if they use the idea of finding King Ghidorah frozen somewhere in the artic, like in an meteor, so Monarch or some organization/military reawakens him. I find that to be damn good idea and fitting for Godzilla’s most powerful foe.