Godzilla's Kaiju Cohorts Grab the Spotlight on These Killer New King of the Monsters Posters

A crop of the Ghidorah poster.
A crop of the Ghidorah poster.
Image: All images Warner Bros.

It’s been an outstanding week for Godzilla fans. First, we got a monster-packed new trailer for Godzilla: King of the Monsters. Then, we got a very fun fan-made remix trailer that looked at the upcoming movie through an old-school kaiju lens. And now, the movie’s supporting cast of “Titans” have their very own stunning character posters.

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First up, the three-headed dragon, Ghidorah:

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(You’ll notice a theme here, in that each image makes you hope you’re never on any kind of aircraft when and if a giant monster war ever breaks out.)

Next up, the giant beak and claws of prehistoric menace Rodan:

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And, finally, my personal favorite, buggy badass Mothra—looking rather “death from above!” here:

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Keep watching the skies! Godzilla: King of the Monsters stomps into theaters on May 31, 2019.


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kartgaming
KartGaming

Nice little (hopefully deliberate) detail on these:

- On King Ghidorah’s the fighter jets are heading horizontally to the kaiju, possibly on attack vectors. Because he’s an enemy.

- On Rodan’s they’re carriers / personnel helicopters heading away from Rodan trying to avoid him, since he’s a neutral / wildcard kaiju.

- On Mothra’s poster they’re attack helicopters almost looking like they’re escorting / protecting Mothra, since she’s the closest thing to a good kaiju.

Or I’m just over-analyzing.