Saturday, November 09, 2002

If you thought Godzilla was a symbol for the atom bomb, you were half right. He also stands in for a threat the Japanese have lived with for centuries. David Kalat, author of A Critical History of the Godzilla series, J.D. Lees of G-Fan, and Chris Holland and Scott Hamilton of stomptokyo.com connect the forces of nature to the world's most destructive lizard.


Jonathan Mitchell

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