Go! Godman: Godman vs. Yasugon and Tsunoterah
Godman demands your fealty…or else!!
March of Godzilla: Godman continues with MORE GODMAN! Wait, don’t run away, you’ll totally want to learn about how Godman beats up a poor innocent monster, and is somehow called a hero. Seriously, this is the episode where we quickly turn against Godman and wish that he die at the hands of some of his victims, and it’s only the fourth story arc of the series! Poor Yasugon, he just wants a friend, but all he finds is a pervert with a pain fetish. For more Godman excitement, check out the Godman Splash Page!
The DVD jumps right in to the second episode of Godman’s battle against Yasugon. Godman battles Tsunoterah in the same week, none of which made it to DVD or easily findable internet video. But Tsunoterah does appear at the very end of this episode part.
Yasugon is a lizard with dual rows of fins down his back, and only two stubby fingers on each hand (both clawed, but the fingers don’t separate and there are no thumbs!) As we shall see, he’s not really mean at all, so this makes Godman not look good at all as he picks on the weak kaiju.
Godman slaps Yasugon around and rams his head into trees. I don’t know what Yasugon did, but it was probably something really monstrous like standing still, or even walking! Yasugon sucks and spends most of this fight trying to run away.
Maybe Yasugon was just enjoying some Starbucks when Godman showed up to beat the tar out of him. We’ll never know without the missing episodes. Mysteries, that’s what we get with Godman!
Godman kicks the fallen Yasugon so hard that noxious yellow smoke gas emits from his butt area and an air raid siren wails. This seriously happened in a kid’s show. Yasugon surrenders and surrenders, bowing before Godman. Godman smugly accepts the worship of the creature he bullied into submission, and flies off.
Yasugo has a stick stuck in his leg, and begins monster crying until a small boy pulls it out. The boy and Yasugon are now good friends, and walk in the forest hand in hand…
Until a new monster threatens them both! It’s Tsunoterah, and we jump to tsuzuku!
What happens next? This is one of the few episodes with an actual story, yet we get cut out of finding out what is going on. And as Yasugon is one of the few monsters to not get killed by Godman, this is early in the week series, so maybe Tsunokeler’s actions cause Yasugon to become a casualty yet. Or maybe not. Until the rest of the show is tracked down, it will remain a mystery…
I heard you blasphemed against the One True God, ME!
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