Godzilla Model Shows Off His Full Form, Drops Atomic Breath Clues

Patrick Dane writes for Bleeding Cool.

Alright ladies and gentlemen, I think it is just about time to get excited. Here is a picture of the new King of Monsters from Gareth Edwards upcoming Godzilla… in model form.

This gem comes from Godzilla News who say that its origin is “unknown” so perhaps take it with “a grain of salt,” but I am convinced this is the genuine article.

Why am I convinced? Because his face looks remarkably similar to the look I got at the Godzilla Experience at Comic Con. Also, he seems to have the fat ankles that were pretty striking from the footage shown to Hall H.

By collaging the bits and pieces that I have stored in my head, I am convinced it’s real, even if it isn’t clear where this came from.

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Here’s something else of note. See how he has blue-painted areas on him? In the older movies, blue areas were the ‘power up’ before he unleashed his atomic breath. I think we can expect to see him with that ability in this film too.

Also, we’re told that toys for the movie should be expected around February, so I’ll bet a pretty penny now that we may soon get a better, closer look at some of the other giant monster foes Godzilla is expect to face in this film…

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