Godzilla Singular Point Anime Official Trailer Announces Release Date
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Godzilla Singular Point Anime Official Trailer Announces Release Date And More Story

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BY April 14, 2021

We are living in a resurgence of Godzilla, on many different fronts. After the successful box office debut of Godzilla Vs Kong, the king of the monsters returns in a new Netflix anime series. The newly released Godzilla Singular Point anime official trailer announces the release date of the new series. Not to mention also providing the closest look into the story of the new show. This time around, there’s a bit of time travel involved in a story where the humans have to avert disaster. Along with the friendly Godzilla as their ally, obviously. 

Godzilla’s Retro Vintage Throwback Is This New Anime’s DNA

Godzilla Singular Point Anime official trailer monster. Image via Netflix.

As mentioned when the teaser released, the Godzilla Singular Point anime official trailer keeps the classic 70’s vibes. The animation style, character designs, and even the story feel very much like a throwback of that era. It’s a great way to separate the new series from the current crop of Godzilla-inspired media. While also paying homage to the more classic films featuring the titular monster. The new trailer is all about the story here, beginning with a clear shot of the King Of The Monsters. 

The story follows the adventures of a Grad student and a genius engineer, who discover an impending catastrophe involving monsters that need to be stopped. The existence of a mysterious particle called ‘Archetype’ creates even more conflict with a look into a doomed future. Knowing that some Kaiju know the future and are rampaging the present because of it, for something, puts pressure on the two main leads to try to stop them. The rest off the trailer implies a race against time to stop the rise of Kaiju in the world. Where Godzilla fits into this is difficult to figure out, but needless to say that he will probably help the humans in their fight against the other Kaiju. 

Godzilla Singular Point Anime Official Trailer Announces Release Date

The new show is actually airing right now in Japan, with a new episode every week. The entire first season will only appear on Netflix, once it completes the broadcast run in Japan. The Godzilla Singular Point anime official trailer also has audio that is in its original Japanese, with English subtitles. If this new series follows the pattern of other Netflix anime releases, the streaming release should see an English dub accompanying it as well. 

Godzilla Singular Point anime releases on Netflix in June. 

Featured image via Netflix. 

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Shah Shahid is an entertainment writer, movie critic (so he thinks), host of the Split Screen Podcast (on Apple Podcasts & everywhere else) and filmy father on a mission to educate his girls on decades of film history. Armed with uncontrollable sarcasm and cautious optimism, Shah loves discussing film, television and comic book content until his wife’s eyes glaze over. So save her by engaging him on his own blog at BlankPageBeatdown.com or on Twitter @theshahshahid.

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