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Godzilla Singular Point: New Netflix Series Announced [2021]


David Mudd

Netflix is making a comeback to the world of Godzilla &, in an announcement, revealed a new animes series Godzilla: Singular Point.

Godzilla: Singular Point will be a Netflix Original show with an original story. So, the upcoming series will have a brand new cast.

The series will be co-produced by Orange of Beastars anime series & Bones of My Hero Academia anime series. Atsushi Takahashi, the director of Doraemon, the Movie 2017: Great Adventure in the Antarctic Kachi Kochi, will lead the upcoming Netflix original anime series.

Godzilla: Singular Point will be made by combining 2 different styles – CG Animation & hand-drawn. If the production goes as planned by the makers, you can expect its worldwide premiere sometime in 2021.

Godzilla Singular Point Official Announcement

Netflix used Kaiju design by series animator Eiji Yamamori to announce this anime series. That was not it. At the time of reporting, Netflix unveiled the new character sketches by designer Kazue Kato.

With Godzilla: Singular Point, Toh Enjoe will commence his debut as a writer & editor while Kan Sawada will serve as a composer to the Netflix Original anime series.

Netflix’s History with the Godzilla Universe.

Godzilla: Singular Point isn’t the first time for Netflix to dive into the Godzilla universe.  Before that, in January 2018, the online video streaming platform released a feature film Godzilla: Planet of the Monsters.

Then, within the same year, Netflix released 2 new Godzilla movies – Godzilla: The Planet Eater and Godzilla: City on the Edge of Battle. If you’re looking to watch Classic Godzilla films, you can watch them only on HBO Max.

Final Words

In the Godzilla Universe, next year, you’ll see Godzilla’s face off against another powerful monster King Kong.

Watching Godzilla vs. Kong will be a treat to watch for all the Godzilla fans.

As for the Godzilla Singular Point, Atsushi Takahashi will direct this film & I think it’ll be as awesome as Netflix’s previous Godzilla Films.

That’s all for now. If you’ve any questions, let me know your thoughts in the comments section.