See you, space cowboy.
Shoudda been great, at least in theory. Honda and Ifukube returning to the franchise with a much more serious follow up to the last (great!) entry sounded like music to my ears, especially considering how much I adored Destroy All Monsters.
Alas, this is a languid bore.
Whereas DAM’s balance of clinical storytelling and genre excess felt like a breath of fresh air and the kind of thing that would eventually give way to Hideaki Anno, Terror of Mechagodzilla can…