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Raf, better known as Enshohma online, is an artist, cartoonist, and writer whose main love of giant monster type characters shines through his works.
Current Residence: LA, in the CA deviantWEAR sizing preference: Huh? Print preference: Whaaa? Favourite genre of music: Anything...as long as it's stupid-fun-hyper! Favourite photographer: No clue, how about yours? Favourite style of art: No clue, how about yours? Operating System: Photoshop 0.7 MP3 player of choice: HA-HA-HA! I like CDs, you slaves of the new techno-deal! Shell of choice: Hermit Crabs' Wallpaper of choice: Girls...(JERK) Skin of choice: Simple "Spinal Tap" Black Favourite cartoon character: Moltar, the whole cast of Dai-Guard, & various others. Personal Quote: Giant Monsters Are Always The Best Choice!
Favorite visual artistToo many to choose from outside myself (I said I was a jerk)Favorite moviesHot Fuzz, The Great Race, Jason and the Argonauts, Duck Soup, Godzilla and Other Kaiju Films, Wizard of Oz, Tron, The Incredible Shrinking Man, King Kong 1933, Lord of the Rings Trilogy, Yojimbo, Phantom of the Paradise, The Invisible Man, and Many More!Favorite TV showsMST3K, Bizarre Foods, Turner Classic Movies, Doctor Who The Simpsons, Conan, Ultraman Gaia, Ultra Seven, Space Dandy, Space Ghost C2C, and Probably OthersFavorite bands / musical artistsPolysics, Supergrass, Aquabats, Masaru Sato, They Might Be Giants, ELO / Electric Light Orchestra, Oingo Boingo, and MANY, MANY OTHERS!Favorite writersDouglas Adams, H.P. Lovecraft, Robert Holmes, and Probably OthersTools of the TradeBoozes, Ink Pens, Boozes, Pencils, Boozes, My Creative Mind, Boozes, More Boozes...Other InterestsGiant Monsters (Kaiju), Humor / Satire, Art, Music, Writing, Documentaries, Zoology / Paleontology, Animation, Film-making, Girls, Babes, Ladies, More Ladies...
Your Thoughts on 1968 Sci-Fi Monster Movie "The Green Slime"?
12 deviants saidNever Seen It Before
6 deviants saidI Love This Film!
3 deviants saidUnderrated, Though No Lost Classic Either
I must unfortunately admit (and especially this late in the year) that we're probably not getting a new Gamera movie for 2015. Even sadder when you consider this year being the big turtle's 50th Anniversary.
But there's still a good chance that SOMETHING might be done with Gamera before year's end. Hopefully some sort of manga anthology, an animated short, or maybe even a television special.
But than again, I REALLY suck at being optimistic.
Ironically though, me and other Obscure Kaiju Historians, have been finding many obscure monsters from the truly obscure corners, of the relative obscure Gamera franchise. And in a nice way, it makes up for the lack of new Gamera films...Even if many of these obscurities are just more Gyaos Based Monsters!
In the 1997 video game "Gamera 2000" (released for the Sony Playstation), a mysterious race of cybernetic beings dubbed The Bio-Mecha invade the Earth. And to assist them, these 'living alien machines' create an army of Neo-Gyaos; mutant variations of the giant Super Gyaos, seen from the 1995 film "Gamera: Guardian of the Univers".
Among the game's many enemy monsters is Armored Gyaos, who true to its (her?) name, is an armadillo-like subterranean, who serves as a 'mini-boss' in Stage 4 - the appropriately titled 'Underworld'.
Like an armadillo, Armored Gyaos can roll itself into a pursuing ball. And can shoot a green-colored sonic beams from its mouth...Not at all like an armadillo...Though diffidently like a fellow Gyaos. You can check out Armored Gyaos in action, at the 20:34 mark.
The Underworld level also features wolf-like Gyaos Hounds, with differing red and blue bio-luminescence; robotic Bio-Mech Drones; a bizarre, rover-like Bio-Mech machine with flailing arms and a 'corpse driver' within its center (seen when you take an alternative route through the stage); manta ray-like, laser firing Underworld Flyers; and the final boss, a hideous, asymmetrical humanoid beast dubbed The Underworld Gyaos, or Winged Dragon Man by some fans.
As you could tell, a lot of the original monsters for "Gamera 2000" are lacking official names. And no current clue wither or not this was intentional. Or that no one has ever gotten a chance to translate the game's Japanese guide booklet.
Though I can confidently say that Armored Gyaos appears to be the universally agreed upon name for this character, wither it be fan created or not.
Now here's the real question in the back of your mind...Who would win in a battle - Anguirus or Armored Gyaos?