Stars: Yume Miyamoto, Shoya Ishige, Yôhei Azakami
The 13 episode series has always been the king in the monster genre. The reputed director, physicist turned science fiction author Atsushi Takahashi and Toh EnJoe respectively have had a hit in the past. You might ask how we can review a series that has not been released yet. While it will release worldwide on June 24, on Netflix Japan it is following a weekly release schedule and thankfully we have had access to it. Since March, we have been following those episodes and could only watch five till now.
A must watch?
The giant monster fans should keep this series on their radar. I fully recommend this series to all those who wanted a palate cleanser in Godzilla. Being co-produced by Studios Bones and Orange, The graphics are as usual great.
The story begins with a mysterious song playing from a mysterious mention. Two rival parties try to find the origin of that Song. Two engineers Yun Arikawa and Haberu Kato Traced the song from a radio Observatory. However, the Observatory itself hired a researcher to determine the origin. The latter finds out a single piece of equipment that was present where the two engineers worked.
Eiji Yamamori Was the animator of the whole series. Still, we found that there was a good amount of human element and it has been integral to the Godzilla legacy. Most of the things are driven by humans while The plot twist and show downs are done by monsters.
The bottom line
We find it as a very promising beginning for Godzilla Singular point. As much as we have seen the show, it’s worth it for the fans to keep it under the radar. Above all, this Series has serialised storytelling that no other Godzilla show had