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GOJIRA Plays the Warfield

TweetAnd I thought he’d never make it out of Japan… Gojira (????) is a portmanteau of the Japanese words: gorira (????, “gorilla“), and kujira (? (???)?, “whale“), which is fitting because in one planning stage, Godzilla was described as “a cross between a gorilla and a whale”,[20] alluding to its size, power and aquatic origin. […]
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