Published September 6, 2006
by Agog! Press .
Written in English
|Contributions||Robert Hood (Editor), Robin Pen (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||376|
So it's a "giant monster" comedy that doesn't work as a giant monster because the giant monsters are acting like human beings in a humanlike society, and it doesn't work as a comedy because the humor is so painfully unfunny it made me want to tear the pages out and hurl the book across the room/5. Welcome to DAIKAIJU! This site is intended as a supplement to Daikaiju!Giant Monster Tales, the anthology of original giant monster stories edited by Robert Hood and Robin Pen and published in by Agog!Press. We're claiming the anthology to be a world first, until someone tells us otherwise! Daikaiju!3 Giant Monsters vs. the World [Hood, Robert, Pen, Robin] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Daikaiju!3 Giant Monsters vs. the World Daikaiju! Giant Monster Tales Robert Hood. out of 5 stars 6. Paperback. $ Daikaiju! 2 Revenge of the Giant Monsters Robert Hood/5(2). The second exciting sequel to the award-winning anthology Daikaiju Giant Monster Tales. Stories of impossible dimension, startling invention and big-budget spectacle by an international line-up of authors/5.
The first much-anticipated sequel to the award-winning anthology Daikaiju Giant Monster Tales. Stories of impossible dimension, startling invention and big-budget spectacle by an international line-up of authors4/5. This was a fun novel. I've always enjoyed short story collections, and this one had some truly strange tales. I found it very enjoyable as a kaiju fan for the variety of creative monster designs and ideas. Like every collection, there will be a few stories that don't grip you as well, but all in all, a good read for the monster lovers!/5(2). From 'Monstrous!: 20 Tales of Giant Creature Terror': Whatever Became of Randy The Island of Dr. Otaku The remaining tales are as follows: Titanic Now I Am Nothing Postcards from Monster Island Show Night Love and Death in the Time of Monsters Kaiju The Kansas Jayhawk vs The Midwest Monster Squad The Black Orophant Frozen Voice Softly Spoke the 4/5(10). Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Daikaiju Giant Monster Tales by Robert Hood (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!
Author of Daikaiju! Giant Monster Tales, Fragments of a Broken Land, and Daikaiju!3 Giant Monsters vs. the World/5. GIANT MONSTER TALES, edited by Robert Hood and Robin Pen, and published by Agog! Press in the land down under. Press in the land down under. It’s fitting the book begins from the viewpoint of a frightened child (in Doug Wood’s “Lullabye”), since a majority of giant monster fans caught that love growing up, likely through Saturday. At Bookgasm, Rod Lott gives a good review to Daikaiju! Giant Monster Tales, an anthology of stories in the spirit of Japanese kaiju eiga. Lott enjoys the book and says "But from there, all bets are off, as the book constantly surprises. Unlike the all-formula movies from which these stories draw their inspiration, you never know what you’re going to get.". Giant Monster Tales", now available from Agog! Press. This is the book kaiju eiga fans have been waiting for; a compilation of twenty-nine incredible stories with ranges of .