The company kadokawa announced that it is producing a new work of the giant monster franchise gamera titled Gamera: Rebirth. The project will be distributed by the platform Netflix globally. On the other hand, the publisher does not reveal the format of the project (animation, live-action, etc.), but included a promotional video.
The project will have a display of scale figures at the event Tamashii Nation 2022, which will take place from Friday to Sunday. Images of the project will also appear on the board of Shibuya’s Tokyu Toyoko train line in Tokyo and on the billboard of Umeda Bigman in Osaka.
The gigantic fire-breathing turtle monster gamera debuted in the movie Daiei from 1965 Daikaiju Gamera (Gamera the Giant Monster). Daiei intended the film to compete with Godzillathe hugely successful giant monster movie from TOHO. The twelfth and most recent film in the franchise was Chiisaki Yusha-tachi: Gamera (Gamera the Brave) in 2006.
It is a giant flying turtle-like creature from a popular “daikaiju eiga” monster movie series produced by the Daiei Motion Picture Company in Japan. Created in 1965 to rival Toho Studios’ success with Godzilla during the kaiju boom of the mid to late 1960s, Gamera has gained fame and notoriety as a Japanese icon in his own right.
In the United States, the monster rose to prominence during the 1970s due to the growing popularity of UHF television stations with Saturday afternoon matinee showings as the Creature Double Feature and later in the 1990s when several of his films they were featured on the cult TV show Mystery Science Theater 3000. Despite being kid-friendly, the monster action is full of gore, though none of the monsters have red blood and are mostly various pastel colors.
Font: Official Twitter account
We would love to thank the author of this post for this amazing material
Gamera, Godzilla’s competition, returns with a new project — Kudasai