Win a Signed Copy of The Big Book of Japanese Giant Monster Movies: The Lost Films: Mutated Edition
Special Thanks to John LeMay
Author John LeMay is offering SciFi Japan readers a chance to win a signed paperback copy of his The Big Book of Japanese Giant Monster Movies: The Lost Films: Mutated Edition. This newly released second edition runs 470 pages and measures 7 x 10″, and is packed with information about movies that went uncompleted like BATMAN MEETS GODZILLA starring Adama West and a DAIMAJIN remake starring Steven Seagal.
This book covers: Unproduced scripts like BRIDE OF GODZILLA (1955), GAMERA VS. THE ICE MEN FROM OUTER SPACE (1966), ULTRAMAN: OPERATION GIANT (1966), KING KONG VS. EBIRAH (1966), GAMERA VS. TWO-HEADED MONSTER W (1971), THE TIME MACHINE II (1979), GODZILLA, KING OF THE MONSTERS IN 3-D (1983), IT ATE CLEVELAND! (1984), COO FROM A DISTANT SEA (1989), MOTHRA VS. BAGAN (1990), GAMERA VS. PHOENIX (1993), GODZILLA VS. GHOST GODZILLA (1995), YAMATO TAKERU II (1997), and HEDORAH VS. MIDORA (2017).
Films that came close to shooting, like THE VOLCANO MONSTERS, which Toho produced new monster suits for, and NESSIE — an aborted team-up between Hammer and Toho that sunk itself in the seventies.
Partially shot productions such as Daiei’s GIANT HORDE BEAST NEZURA, which had to be shut down when real rats overran the studio. Banned films like ABOMINABLE SNOWMAN (1955), GREAT PROPHECIES OF NOSTRADAMUS (1974) and JUMBORG ACE AND GIANT (1974). Fan films like 1983’s ambitious still in production LEGENDARY GIANT BEAST WOLFMAN VS. GODZILLA and 2003’s GAMERA 4: TRUTH. Oddities like the Italian colorized version of GODZILLA (1978) code-named “COZZILLA” and even ATTACK OF THE GALACTIC MONSTERS (1983) and SPACE WARRIORS 2000 (1985)!
The Lost Films: Mutated Edition is available from Amazon.com in both paperback ($24.99) and Kindle ($9.99) formats.
OFFICIAL CONTEST RULES and INFORMATION
A. There are two (2) prizes, each consisting of one (1) paperback copy of The Big Book of Japanese Giant Monster Movies: The Lost Films: Mutated Edition, signed by author John LeMay.
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A. The The Lost Films: Mutated Edition contest runs from April 3 until 11:59pm on April 19, 2020.
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THE “The Lost Films: Mutated Edition” CONTEST
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