He may not be as famous as Godzilla, but Gamera is still one of the most awesome creatures ever created. And he's celebrating his 50th anniversary this month. To celebrate, Famous Monsters Magazine crafted a new cover by award-winning artist Bob Eggleton. See the whole thing below.
It seems foolish to say that movies about giant bipedal monsters who can shoot atomic rays out of their mouths can ever be considered normal, but it's true. we're used to Godzilla, Gamera and King Kong. But some giant monster movies don't follow the rules, and the results are sometimes entertaining, sometimes awful,…
Or maybe he's the Prime Minister of the Monsters. Or the Duke. All I know is that Godzilla is King, but the giant flying turtle known as Gamera deserves his due. Celebrate Japan's second favorite giant monster in this week's home video releases (or just check out the goofiest anime concept I've heard in quite some…
The line-drawn and watercolor illustrations created by Mu Pan demand careful study. The Brooklyn-based artist blends history, pop culture, and folk art into astonishingly detailed scenes that are grand when drunk in all at once, but contain little surprises on closer inspection.
You're probably familiar with the anatomical illustrations of Godzilla and his pals, but have you ever seen these cross-sections of Gamera and his buddies? Check out eyelids that eject shurikens and dorsal spikes that shoot rainbows.
Since G.I. Joe and Transformers became big goofy movies, author Jeremy Robinson has developed mixed feelings about loving the 1980s. He explains why below.
Must-see movies are futuristic classics that shouldn't be missed. Of course, not every must-see is perfect. That's why we've rated them 1-5 on the patented "crunchy goodness" scale.
Vitals: Meet Gamera, a giant flying turtle who loves children and is one of the most famous kaiju in the…