Happy Kaijuly everybody! If you’re wondering what the fuck Kaijuly is, wonder no longer! (or do, it’s a free country)
Kaijuly is one of those weird internet holidays like May the Fourth or Zelda Month, except you know, about kaiju instead of space aliens or forest-dwelling adventurers.
Obviously The Legend of Zelda (above left) is about eerie interplanetary beings, and Star Wars (above right) revolves around cute woodland dwellers.
From what I can tell, Kaijuly got its start over on Tumblr as an art challenge: create and share an original kaiju (or fan-art of an existing one) for every day in July! It’s been broadening every year since, including month-long discussion challenges (I’m doing one! Just posted for days 1-3!), and El Rey Network (the coolest channel almost no one gets) has run a “Kaijuly Roarth” Godzilla marathon for the last couple years!
Just popping up with a neat little news nugget before this month’s review! This weekend I picked up a Playstation 4 and finally dug into an idea that’s been percolating for a few months:
It’s a Twitch channel! Don’t worry, this project won’t take me away from MONSTERS CONQUER THE WORLD (this month’s review is actually ahead of schedule for once!), and at the moment is actually supplementing it. I’ve been livestreaming the Godzilla PS4 game!
Sure it’s shallow and repetitive, but the Godzilla Shie is an unlockable move! 10/10, GOTY 2015.
SUPER APARTMENT FRIENDS won’t exclusively be kaiju/monster-related gaming, but it is for now! I’ll be back online Wednesday night if you want to catch me live and we can have a good cry over the fact that Minya isn’t playable. You can also watch all the past streams on the Super Apartment Friends YouTube page!
This post will be a little different from my previous few.
I haven’t watched my next movie yet, and that’s partially because I had some folks show interest in watching it with me, so you know, schedules and shit. Daigoro vs. Goliath is definitely next. Mainly because I’m 3 reviews in, and haven’t even touched the rich veins of camp and cheese that run through this genre. That’s okay though, because there’s a whole bunch of other giant monster shit to talk about! Come on and slam and welcome to the jam!