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Raf Crazy Gonzalez
Artist | Professional | Digital Art
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...
Sexiest Type of Monster Ladies and Girls?
10 deviants saidNagas (Half-Snake Women)
9 deviants saidDemons / Devils / Succubi
6 deviants saidSlime Girls
4 deviants saidRobots / Gynoids
4 deviants saidAliens / Space Women
4 deviants saidKaiju-style Giantesses
3 deviants saidOTHER (Please State What Type in the Comments)
Hello everyone; I know I've been absent as this group's controller (moderator) as of late, due to some exceptionally terrible developments in my personal life. And far worse than ever before, within recent memory. I hope that things improve for me and my loved ones by mid-August (if not sooner), and I should be back to being more attentive here on Kaijuden by then.
However, if things get worst for me...Than don't be surprise to not see me for a 'longer while'. If you're willing, please wish me the best.
Maser Patrol is back to their weekly news recap, focusing on all things within the world of giant monsters, anime, and tokusatsu.
Among the tidbits for June 5th includes the Japanese blu-rey release of "Ambassador Magma" AND its American dubbed version "The Space Giants"; Shout! Factory making both "Ultra Q" and "Ultra Seven" free for online streaming; and G-Fest hosting the premier of a new short film from "Godzilla vs King Ghidorah" actor Robert Scott Field, entitled "Jet Jaguar: Project M11" (yep, you read that right).
A previous post from Maser Patrol also touches upon the live action "Attack On Titan" television series, which will be a less impressive than originally reported (three episode miniseries); Shinpei Hayashiya’s upcoming micro-budget production "Volcano Beast Ohga vs. Deep Sea Monster Raigo"; and Hollywood finally moving foward on the long-in-development film version of the classic arcade game "Rampage".
AND NOW SOME KAIJU / GIANT MONSTER RELATED VIDEOS!!!
Our very own (EarthBaragon) has revived his Library of Monsters series, by taking a look back at the 1960 film "Dinosaurus" and its two headlining prehistoric giants. Give EarthBaragon your support on this new project, by leaving comments and likes at the original upload page.
KaijuNoir gives his advance review of Christopher Martinez and Jonathan Clode's metafictional anthology series "Night of the Fire-Beast"
And here's KaijuNoir's take on "Jurassic World"
The Cinemologists return with their loving review of the otherise decisive 1979 film "Star Trek: The Motion Picture", which although NOT a standard giant monster movie, does feature the massive machine-entity known as V'Ger. So it counts for our article here, at least.
MONSTROSITIES: Tokusatsu Vlog has both a surprisingly positive review for 1967's "Son of Godzilla", along with a 'fan-wanky' deleted scene, concerning Minilla's origins. I have some feelings on this last part...MINILLA'S ADOPTED BY GODZILLA AND HE'S NOT THE ORIGINAL FATHER! Deal with it, America!
And finally, Doug Walker (and his brother Rob) share their actual, yet tepid thoughts on the two "Power Ranger" films from the 1990's.