Godzilla – 1941

Here’s a quick digital snap of my big Godzilla piece prior to coloring. The final coloring has almost been completed; as soon as it is, I’ll post it.

This is Godzilla attacking Tokyo in 1941. He’s being attacked by Japanese Zeros. That’s a vintage Japanese WWII sub in the foreground.

4 Responses to “Gojira”

  1. Jake says:

    I demand this be a companion piece to your Mondo King Kong print!

  2. Bill says:

    I offered it to Mondo; they declined, saying that Toho was too difficult to deal with as a licensor.

  3. Aaron says:

    Hey, this is great Mr. Stout. Love the Japanese supersub. I talked to a Japanese pastor years ago who made it back after serving on a submarine crew. He said his was one of three that survived.
    I saw in the book of preproduction film art Godzilla: the Art of Destruction a version of the monster that was close to your dinosaur design. It was rejected for being too close to a T-Rex. Since when has that been a problem?
    Can’t wait to see this in color. And it’s also a great notion for film (with animation by Willis O’brien and Ray Harryhausen if my dreams came true).

  4. Barry says:


    Love the color job you did on this piece. Post man, post!

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