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ATOM Bonus Kaiju File 8: Bigjaw

Aliases: Phobodon maximus Date Discovered: December 4th, 1957 Place of Origin: Lidenbrock Trench Notable Stomping Grounds: Lidenbrock Trench, The Atlantic Ocean, The Wells-Verne Kaiju Sanctuary Length: 350 feet Biology: Massive even by kaiju standards, Bigjaw isn’t a particularly fast swimmer, but makes up for its … Continue reading

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ATOM Bonus Kaiju File 7: Cudatra

Date Discovered: October 15, 1957 Place of Origin: Lidenbrock Trench Notable Stomping Grounds: Lidenbrock Trench, The Atlantic Ocean, The Wells-Verne Kaiju Sanctuary Length: 240 feet Biology: An aquatic retrosaur with a fairly stream-lined body, Cudatra’s swimming speed is hard for any other kaiju to … Continue reading

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ATOM Bonus Kaiju File 6: Raroga

Date Discovered: August 25th, 1957 Place of Origin: The Tunguska Crater Notable Stomping Grounds: The Siberian Monster Zone Height: 100 feet Length: 145 feet Biology: A massive terror bird, Raroga’s large head, small forearms, and thick hind legs are considered an example of Tyrannosation – … Continue reading

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ATOM Bonus Kaiju File 5: Sirinost

Aliases: The Colossal Talon Date Discovered: June 26th, 1957 Place of Origin: The Tunguska Crater Notable Stomping Grounds: Moscow, The Siberian Monster Zone Height: 100 feet Wingspan: 250 feet Biology: One of the more powerful kaiju to rampage through the U.S.S.R., Sirinost is an immense … Continue reading

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Announcement: Updates Return April 16th

Hey everyone, including the oddly growing list of new followers this sight has been getting over the past few days.  You may have noticed the number of updates on this blog has been less than ideal for the past couple … Continue reading

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How I’d Ruin It: Star Wars

I may have missed the moment where this article would live up to its title, because the state of Star Wars radically changed just a couple months ago. Still, despite the radical changes The Last Jedi made to the core … Continue reading

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Between Logic and Enchantment: Strange Magic

There was a time, before the age of logic and reason, when George Lucas’s name held a certain creative clout. “A George Lucas film you say? Like the Star Wars? I want to see what that many cooked up this … Continue reading

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