Just when we weren't getting any more Godzilla related news for a while, the teaser trailer for Godzilla: Planet Eater has dropped last night. Planet Eater is the third and final installment of the animated Godzilla trilogy set to be released in Japan on November 9th. So we're looking at a release date on Netflix sometime around late January/early - mid February. So far, there is nothing shown that tells what to expect other than what we know now. King Ghidorah is set to appear in this finale, but I highly doubt we will see much of him since we didn't get to see MechaGodzilla in City On The Edge Of Battle. If they fix the problems from the last movie, then this series can be looked at as decent at best. Again, that is only if they fix the mistakes with the last movie, which the story was really cookie cutter.
Here is a quick breakdown of what is in the trailer. It starts off with the ending of City On The Edge Of Battle with Godzilla standing in the molten remains of MechaGodzilla City. In the same scene, we hear the narrator say in Japanese, "The Godzilla finale." Next, we see an odd shape panning in with another voice (sound's like Haruo's voice actor) say, "Well then, cast your eyes down and pray before... the golden death." Through out the dialogue, we see words that I can't translate at the moment. After the dialogue, we see, I assume, are King Ghidorah's necks with the classic 90's roar and the title and release date cards. So yeah, not much here to look at here. The only thing I would say that is new is the type of roar that is used for King Ghidorah, assuming that is what he will sound like in the movie. The trailer can be watched down below.
So that is all the Godzilla related news for today. Let me know what you think of this animated series in the comments section. Do you think they will fix the problems that the last couple movies had or do you think it will flop just like the others? Make sure to share with your friends and subscribe to my page to stay up to date for more news, reviews, and discussions.