Artists Draw Godzilla Kaiju (That They’ve Never Seen)

Artists Draw Godzilla Kaiju (That They’ve Never Seen)


– In Drawfee, we
take dumb ideas. – And make even dumber drawings. – I’m Nathan. – I’m Tristan. – Tristan, are you mad today? – No! – What happened? – I’m so jammed up. – You’re jammed up? – I had a Diet Coke. The caffeine for
the next 25 seconds is surging, surging,
fading, surging. Let’s keep it going. Who else is here? – Did I say I already? I’m Jacob. – I’m Julia. – Hello. – Tristan, what are we doing? – We’re going big. We’re going big here. We’re going kaiju. That’s what we’re talking about. There’s a new Godzilla
film out there. – It’s out there. The trailer looks dope. – Oh, it looked good. It was very classy. – Yeah. – Had some classy
music behind it. Looked very artful. – Artful, artful giant
monsters, love that. – We’re about to make some
artful giant monsters. – That’s us. We’re going to do it. – There are lots of
weird and wild kaiju that have been
created, and fought each other over the decades. Kaiju are just giant monsters. You see them in Pacific Rim. You see them in Godzilla. So I’m going to challenge you
to draw a weird, obscure kaiju. – Thank you. – Nathan? – Yes? – Your kaiju, your giant
monster, is Frankenstein. – Frankenstein? – Oh. – Do you mean
Frankenstein’s monster? – I mean Frankenstein. – You mean Frankenstein’s kaiju? – Do you mean I, Frankenstein,
starring Aaron Eckhart? Are you talking about
I, Frankenstein? – OK, so I’m talking about
Frankenstein conquers the world, I
believe it’s called, slash Frankenstein versus the
subterranean monster barragan. – Oh, barragan. – Classic nemesis
of Frankenstein. – The subterranean monster. – So here’s the deal
with Frankenstein. – Is it just Frankenstein? – Look, I’m leaving out– the whole deal here is
that I don’t tell you what they look like. And you kind of imagine. So if you imagine it’s
just Frankenstein, I guess you could do
that, if you could. – But this is a– – It’s a kaiju. It’s actually a kaijin. – Important distinction. – It is an important instinct. – For those of the
audience watching who maybe don’t
know the difference, could you explain it? – Yeah, what’s the
alcohol percentage? – Yeah, guess what’s a
kaijin, versus a kaiju? – There goes my joke. – Sorry, you were
making a joke about gin. – I was. Let’s just throw that out. – It got out there. – What about a kaitonic? – Was there more joke about it? – No, continue. – You said alcohol content. – Do a guess. – I’m guessing is a kaijin
like a foreign monster, like he came from
somewhere else? – Oh, like a gijin? – Yeah, like a kaijin gijin. – I’ll tell you at the end, OK? Because it gives you a
hint as to what it is. – Dammit, OK. It’s probably not that then. – It’s absolutely not that. – That’s a pretty good
guess, though, right? – I mean, sure. I can’t help but notice
that Nathan’s just drawing another rude ape. – I just assumed
you gave me one. – Like, I’m imagining
this is like– this is an old movie, right? – Yeah. – This is an old movie
where like they had to put a guy in like a costume. So I think it’s just one of them
too many wrinkles and hairs. – It looks like Dr. Zayas. – It’s Dr. Zayas. – Yeah. – It’s a giant Dr. Zayas. But it’s Frankenstein. So he’s got the this hair
sort of coming up the top. – So the backstory
of Frankenstein, Frankenstein’s kaiju,
is pretty wild. Basically, Frankenstein,
the monster, had been killed
over and over again. But it always came back
because of its immortal heart. And it had an immortal heart. And, eventually, the Nazis got
a hold of the immortal heart. And then they were
like, hey, want to make a clone army of super soldiers. But we don’t want the
Americans or the Allies to get their hands
on this heart. So we’re going to
give it to Japan. And Japan is like, hey,
we’ll hold onto it. And then Japan was bombed
by two nuclear explosions. – And the bombs
made the immortal. – Irradiated the heart. And then, eventually,
Frankenstein grew up. – Eventually. – Eventually. – It was a child at first. And then Frankenstein grew
up, because of the heart, and the explosion. – That makes sense. – And the radiation. – Is this historically accurate? – This is what happened. – That’s what happened. – No spoilers for history. – No spoilers for history. Look it up. – We’re living in spoilers
for history right now. – Yeah, we are. Every breath I take is
a spoiler for history. – Does Frankenstein
wear clothes? Can you answer me that? – I mean, no. I can’t. You can answer that, very
easily, one way or the other, by drawing nakey or unnakey. – OK, I think he
definitely wears a vest. – That seems likely. – Like one of these kinds of– – Oh, a tattered? – A tattered vest. – You think he’s stuck in
the style that was popular when he was first assembled? – Yeah, I think so. – It was a very
vest-heavy time period, I think we can all agree. – It was the vest generation. – It was the vest of times,
it was the verst of times. – What are some of
Frankenstein’s attacks? – Well, he’s got super
regenerative powers, as you might have guessed. In the manga adaptation
of the movie, he tears his own arms
off to escape a cage. – That’s pretty good. – And then instantly
grows them back. – OK, so he’s going to
be holding his arms. – Holding his own arms? – Well, his– – His former arms. – He’s going to be
holding his former arms with his newly grown arms. – That’s brutal, man, because
it probably still hurts to tear your own
arms off, I imagine, even if they’re
going to grow back. – Mm-hmm. – That’s a power move. – That’s a power move, for sure. – I think even if I knew
my arms would grow back, I would still have a really
hard time tearing them off. I’m also not strong
enough to do that. – That movie about
that rock climber wouldn’t have been
nearly as dramatic if he could just grow it back. – He just pulls it off. And it’s like, well, all right. – So many hands to draw. – Yeah, you did. – I hate this. – You’ve doomed yourself. – You volunteered this
curse upon yourself. – I did. – Are his legs going to
be holding other legs too? – No. – No, each toe will
have been broken off. But there was a mistake,
and it grows more feet out of the toes. So you have to draw
just so many toes. – Yeah, a lot of toes. – Each toe is
replaced by a foot, which also has toes on it. – That makes sense. – Yeah. – That makes so much sense. – Nathan, each toe
is replaced by a foot that also has toes on it. – Oh no, the skyline is
getting in the way of his legs. We’ll never be able to see them. – What a tragedy. – Oh no. That’s too bad. I was really looking forward
to seeing all of those toes you said, doing that thing
that you wanted, that you said. – If only you had some
control over this process. – Listen, I’m not
the civil engineer. I didn’t plan the city. That’s where they put them. That’s where they put them. – Pants. – Pants. – Yes or no? – Yeah, he’s wearing. – He’s wearing pants. – He’s doing the
Hulk thing, where he’s got the ripped pants. You can sort of see sort of
the rest of the legs coming in. – These pants are massive. – Yeah, like the vest. – Where did he get
these massive pants? – They were part of– they
were irradiated pants. When they dropped the bombs,
they irradiated some pants. – Yeah. – They mentioned
this in the wiki. Frankenstein’s kaiju possesses
caveman-like intelligence. The monster makes
his own clothing. – Oh, he made them? – Yeah. – Oh, that’s nice. – How big does that
needle have to be? – In that case, they
shouldn’t be tattered, because he made them. – Where did he make? – He made them. So this is going to be– OK, we’ve got to fashion
this up a little bit. – What does he
use as the needle? The Empire State Building? – He used the Empire
State Building? – One of those needles
on the tops of buildings that are like antenna. – He used the Space Needle. – He used the Space Needle. – Yeah. – Oh, there you go. – This is a nice vest. – Yeah. – Oh, he works so hard. He’s wearing like a
little bit of a shirt. – I just wanted to be a tailor. – So I think most of the movie
is him making the clothing. – That’s got to take
a while to learn. – Yeah, because there’s some
trial and error involved. – I’m challenging traditional
masculine stereotypes by learning to knit and sew. – You’re going down. – Who is the real monster
here, me or society? – I’m going to put
just a thimble. – A thimble on that old hand? – Yeah, those were
his sewing hands. He didn’t need them anymore,
because he made the clothes. – I see. – How many thimbles do you use? – Probably all fingers, I think. – The more you have,
the faster you can sew. – Yeah, that’s how that works. – Because none of your
fingers are in danger. – You ever see those symbols
that have little hands on them, so you draw more
hands on the fingers? – Yeah, that’s fun. Yeah, I’m not doing that. That is fun. I like that. But I’m not doing that. But I like that. – But you’re not doing that. – But I’m not doing that. – You like it? – But I like that. – He’s got a vest and a shirt. – Yeah, he’s a fashionable. – He’s looking pretty good. I think Frankenstein
is a good kaiju. – I’m getting wrestler
vibes from him now, now that he has that very
open vest and collared shirt. – Yeah, you’re absolutely right. – It’s like he was at a nice
dinner, you know like WWE always does those
things where they– they have the drama
between two characters, and they interrupt a
wrestler in his normal life. This guy was at a
restaurant, and then Godzilla came in and flipped the table. – Hit him with a foldable chair. – It was still Stone
Cold Steve Austin. It’s always Stone Cold
Steve Austin just ruining someone’s just trip
to the grocery store. – He comes in his leather
vast and elbow drops them. – Yeah. – I was making hummus. – This isn’t a funny drawing. But I think it’s pretty good. – I think it’s funny and good. – I like it. – I think I did a
pretty good job, I think if I was designing
a kaiju to be Frankenstein, I wouldn’t be mad
about this one. Just put some more
of these things. Oh, maybe the clothes is
also sort of like patched together, because it’s hard
to find giant, unbroken pieces of fabric. But he did a pretty good job. – Better than I could do. – Yeah. – I could probably do better. – This is Frankenstein. – You’ve never sewn anything
in your life, I bet. – You don’t know me. – This is Frankenstein. – This is Frankenstein. – All right. – Oh boy, he’s
just a big caveman. – Oh boy. – He’s just a big man. – It’s just Phil
Hartmann from SNL. – Rest in peace. – He’s just got big old
teeth, and gross hair. And he’s just a big man. – I like the clothes that you
made for your Frankenstein much better than this hatters. – Wow, and he doesn’t
even look that strong. He’s just tall. – He’s got opposable
thumbs, which is not what a lot of monsters have. – You just gave me a guy. I thought that, no
way did Tristan just give me a guy to draw. – That was– – You gave me a guyju. – No, Nathan, you’re a guy Jew. – Oh. – Someone else go. – All right, Tristan, I’m ready
for a kaiju guyju of my own. – All right. Your kaiju, Jacob. – Yes? – Burger bear. – Burger bear? – That’s a mascot. – Oh my God. He sounds adorable. – Burger bear? – Burger bear. – Not to be confused
with brother bear. – Or build a bear. – Or build a bear. – I would never confuse
anything with brother bear. – So funny that Julia
mentioned wrestling earlier, because Burger Bear is a real
life kaiju in the live monster wrestling league, also
known as Kaiju Big Battle. – Nice. – Oh, I’ve heard of that. I’ve heard of that. – This is a current– this is something that is
ongoing still currently? – Correct. I believe Burger Bear
wrestled this year. – OK. – All right, Burger Bear
still out and at it. – Jacob’s drawing
a tasty burger. – Yeah, we’re going
double patties. – This is a Five Guys. – If you ask for the
normal burger at Five Guys. – They literally give you this. – You have to ask
for a little burger to get a manageable
amount of beef. Otherwise, they’re
just going to assume you’re a big time beef boy. – And I am sometimes. – You’re a burger bear. I mean, a burger bear would
certainly be double patties. – Oh yeah, absolutely. Are you kidding me? Are you kidding me, Nathan? – I’m not. – Please don’t joke
with me about this. – I never joke on this show. I’m always completely serious. So it’s like
professional wrestling, but all the wrestlers
are giant monsters? – Yeah, so there’s a pretty
good article on Mashable that goes over a lot of this stuff. There’s Dusto Bunny,
who is part monster rabbit, part massive dust ball. – Oh, that’s cool. – Dusto Bunny. – French Toast is
actually a giant waffle with a snotty French accent,
also called the awful waffle. – French toast,
the awful waffle. – There’s Kung Fu
chicken noodle, a cleaver-wielding martial
arts master with a can of soup as his torso. – A lot of food-based ones. – Sure. – Food monsters. – Yeah, it’s kind of
like Fighting Foodons. – OK, but they’re bigger. – Yeah, exactly, have we
talked about Fighting Foodons on the show before? I feel like we must have. – I don’t know if we have. – I remember when they
announced Fighting Foodons was coming to the Fox Box. And I was confused. – Fighting Foodons. – That’s the Narito theme. Julia, what a good
reference you made. – Thanks. – I would like to, like
every anima theme song, just replace with all the
lyrics with Fighting Foodons. Fighting, Fighting Foodons,
Fighting, Foodons Fighting. You like that? – Which anime is that, Tristan? – I’ll let the comments
guess what I was saying. – You were so blase about it. I couldn’t possibly imagine. – Let me do one. – Yeah, you do one. – Fighting Foodons, Fighting
Foodons, da-da-da-da-da. Fighting Foodons, Fighting
Foodons, doo, doo, doo, doo, doo, doo. – For people who don’t
know, Fighting Foodons is like a Pokemon ripoff, where
all the Pokemon are food items. – Yes. – So the Pikachu is a bowl of
fried rice with angry eyes. – Jacob, please, please just
give me those strong legs on this otherwise adorable– – He has to fight. – Nathan. – This bear must fight. – This bear must fight. And if I don’t give him limbs
with which to fight, how’s he going to do it? – He’s beefy. – It’s a beefy legs. It’s a beefy burger. – This is a beefy burger boy. I was inspired today because
earlier Julia was just showing me the Twitter that
shows all the Japanese mascots for like a million things. – Oh, Mondo Mascots? – Yeah. – That’s a good one. – So I was seeing a lot of real
funky mascots earlier today. – He’s wearing sneakies? – He’s got lil
sneakers on for doing, like, kicks, so he doesn’t
hurt his feet, his bare feet. – Oh. He doesn’t have bare feet. He’s got just regular
person feet and legs. – I want to correct the record
on some Fighting Foodons info that I may have been
wrong about here. – Please. – So fried rice, the Foodon,
is called actually fried ricer, along with other Foodons,
such as hot doggone it. – Oh, that’s fun. – Burnt meatballs. – That’s just. That’s just they
cooked it wrong. – Shrimp Daddy, Dim Something
Special, Fruit Turtle. – Fruit turtle. – I feel like you’re
alternating between ones that are kind of clever and
ones that are, like, just a food and then something else. – And then they
have a fusion form. All of them fuse together
to form feastavis. – Oh, a feastavis
for the reastofus. – I was going to
say the same thing. – Do they have the
airing of grievances? – Yeah, maybe. I’m not saying that you have to
do a Fighting Foodons episode. No one would– – Watch it. – Watch that. Definitely don’t
write in the comments, I would watch a Fighting
Foodons episode. – Well, now we know the names. – No, there’s more. – No, that’s all of them. We’ll just draw fruit
turtle three times. – Fruit turtle. – There’s nothing funnier
than fruit turtle. – I can’t believe you made
me remember Fighting Foodons. – Can you imagine if, like,
Pokemon in the next generation, they come out, like
all of them are, you know, Pokemon names,
and then one of them is just called fruit turtle? This one’s fruit turtle. – What? – Shut up. – I didn’t say anything yet. – Shut up. It’s fruit turtle. Shut up. – It’s one of those
things that they put out the, like, prototype
name out there first. And they accidentally did that. And now it’s just cannon. – Fruit turtle. – Fruit turtle. – Fruit turtle. – Great. – Jacob, this is a good drawing. We’ve barely talked about it. – Thank you. I mean, there’s
nothing to talk about. I’m just drawing Burger Bear. I’m just drawing Burger Bear. If this isn’t Burger Bear,
it should be Burger Bear. – This should be Burger Bear. I love him. I love burger bear. – I live for Burger Bear. – We live for Burger Bear. – Burger bear goes into my canon
of burger-related drawings, with Burgoo King,
and Burger Regret. – Yes. – I’m slowly building my
own Fighting Foodons team. – That are all burgers. – That are all
burger-related characters. – Yeah, this is done. Burger Bear. What more I could I possibly do? – Nothing. There’s nothing
else you could do. – My perfect son. – It probably needs
a championship belt. But you would probably
never be able to do that. – It’s in the cheese. – Yeah, It’s in the folds, in
the many folds, of this bear. I like to imagine
that, like, it is just, like, burger the whole body. But then there’s just, like, a
spinal cord that connects it, like top to bottom. – It’s like one of
those toothpicks you get in the burgers. – You have to eat it like
an apple to avoid the core. – Don’t eat this. Don’t eat this bear. – This bear would eat
the shit out of you. – You could try
to eat this bear. We’ll see what happens. – See how that goes for you. – Here you go. – Is it? It’s this? – It’s the opposite. It’s a bear. The body is the bear. And the head and, I guess,
part of the torso is burger. – In some of the images, you
can see the bear-like teeth, kind of like the muzzle
come out a little bit. – It’s a mess. I can’t possibly. – It has fries on the burger. – Yeah, yeah. – Sometimes that happens. – It’s got onion ring. I forgot to mention its
manager is Bear Ranger. It’s like a power ranger bear. So. – Wow. They really took an opposite
approach to how I went at this. – It just goes to show
there’s no one right way to Burger Bear. – Julia? – Yes. – You ready for your
very obscure kaiju? – Burger bear wasn’t obscure? – No. We’ve got space? Godzilla. – Space Godzilla. – He’s the one in space. – From the movie Godzilla
vs. Space Godzilla. Maybe you’ve heard of it. Gosh. – What do you think Godzilla
thought when another Godzilla came out of space? He’s like, how am I supposed
to stack up to this shit? – You’ve been in space. – I’m like you. But I can’t go in space. – Isn’t Godzilla an
iguana that got radiated? – So, yeah, or Gila Monster
or something like that. – So was there a space iguana? – What do you mean? – How did you get? – I can tell you the
backstory of Space Godzilla, if that helps. – How did Space
Godzilla come to be? – Well, in every
Godzilla movie, you need human characters to sort
of explain what’s going on. – Right. – So the human characters in
Godzilla Versus Space Godzilla, this is from the wiki,
they hypothesized that Godzilla cells somehow
got cast into space, and then fell into a black hole. – Yeah. – And then began assimilating
crystal organisms, and then came back out from a
white hole, evolving rapidly. – You got to keep
track of your cells. – By absorbing energy
from exploding stars. – Got to make sure your
cells don’t go into space. – Julia, you getting all this? Should I read it again? – They went to a black hole, and
came out a white hole, crystal. – But when you go
into a black hole, don’t you turn into nothing? – You go out the white hole. – If you’re a Godzilla
cell, obviously you come out the other
one as Space Godzilla. – So he got sucked
into a black hole. – Well, the cells got sucked
into a black hole, spit out by a white hole that was
absorbing sun energy, and then became, basically,
what is referred to sometimes as a clone of Godzilla. But it’s been in space, made by
a black hole, slash white hole. – One of them space clones. – Yes, Space Godzilla. – Would it help if I
told you the powers that Space Godzilla has? – I can’t see how
it wouldn’t help. – Interstellar didn’t prepare
me for this possibility. – The list of super powers that
space Godzilla has is wild. It’s got something
called a gravity tornado. – Oh hell yeah. Oh hell yeah. – Of course it does. – This is from
the wiki, allowing Space Godzilla to
float or transport other kaiju through the air. – You said transpoot. – God dammit. I almost gave you the kaiju
rectuma, which is a giant butt. I should have given you that. – No, come on. – No, next time. – We already did
that on cartoon hell. Watch it on Dropout. – Nice plug. – Thank you. – Very natural. – It was. – So what other powers? – Gravity tornado
is my new gamer tag. – Gamer tag. – Oh, he’s got homing ghosts. – Space ghosts? Are they space ghosts? – Homing ghosts, which is
raising crystals into the air, and propelling them
into an opponent, and having them
fall to the ground. – They’re not space ghosts. – They could be. – They kind of are. – They’re called ghosts. – I’m drawing space ghosts. – Do they go coast to coast? – We haven’t been able
to do proper tests to see how far they can go. – OK. – Does he have any more moves? – I only copied down a couple. But we can probably go through
a few more, I think, right? – Only if they’re funny. – Only if they’re good. – You don’t want to something
boring like a Corona beam. Boring. – Corona beam? – That’s just basically
the laser beam that shoots out of its mouth. – I’m more of a
Corona man myself. – That’s what Vin Diesel likes. – Julia’s drawing
her space ghost. I feel like we can’t let
her get away with this. – Listen, it’s happening. – Now, you guys have to
go watch that episode, where Julia drew
this space ghost. – Where I told Julia
to draw a space ghost, and this is what she drew. – Yeah. – A ghost in a helmet
with a suit on. – Because I confused him with
one of them lawyer characters. – Harvey Birdman? – Yeah. – We’re just lousy with
refs on this episode. And I love it. – Please excuse our refs. – This is what the people want. – It’s got geokenesis. – Stop saying words at
me that don’t make sense. – Please get the
geokenesis in here. – What does that mean? – This is related kind of to the
homing ghosts, from wikizilla. Space Godzilla can control
the ground around him by creating massive,
towering crystals. He’s able to raise
them up from the ground to use as a means of defending
himself, or attacking his foes. – Neat. – So is he like one of
those people that believes in the power of crystals? – But they actually
work for this? – But they actually work. Yeah, the power crystals is
very real for Space Godzilla. – I would believe in
the power of crystals if I had something
called geokenesis. – That could make crystals
shoot up from the ground and impale your foes. – I do like his big
haunch you gave him. – Yeah, Julia’s big haunch. – That’s a signature haunch. – Yeah. – This doesn’t looked
like Godzilla at all. – Hold on. No. – No, this is Space Godzilla. – Julia, this is great. – OK. – Would it help you to know
that he also has a photon hurricane at his disposal? – OK, so wait gravity
tornado, photon hurricane. – They’re different. – They’re different. – Yeah. – One of them is
like a little EMP, kind of, that’s like a
circular little cloud. – OK. – Like little sound waves. – Yeah, that makes sense. – But regular Godzilla
still beats this Godzilla? – Yeah. Yeah, of course. He gets help from,
like, a robot. – Oh, nice, nice. – Robots beat space, is
what you just told me. – Robot plus
Godzilla, beat space. – What’s happening to
this Godzilla’s face? – He got– so– – Yeah, walk us through. – The black hole happened. – Yes. – And the white hole. – And the white hole. – Don’t say that at me like
I know what a white hole is. – Well, you know
what a black hole is. So. – A white hole is when
you bleach a black hole. – You know, we can’t
accurately describe how many times Julia has held
her forehand this episode. – In anguish. In pure anguish. – This is how she
is all at all times. – Yeah, it’s been a lot,
I feel like, you know? – I hope that the Godzilla
movie is such a huge success that they have to
keep making them, and run through all
of these monsters, because they’re loading up
with a bunch of the classics in this one, right? – Yeah, they’re going
through like a greatest hits. – So we gotta get
Space Godzilla. I mean, I can’t imagine after
all of the fighting Godzilla is going to do in this
one that none of its cells don’t make it to
space, you know? – That’s true. – At least some of them
will make it to space. And then we’ll get
Space Godzilla. – Because when did
this movie come out? – I want to say it’s the ’90s. ’90s, OK. because I’d love to see
some contemporary SFX do a gravity tornado. – Yeah, Godzilla Versus Space
Godzilla is 25 years old. – Happy birthday. – Happy birthday,
Space Godzilla. – So he had a hurricane? – A photon hurricane. – A photon hurricane. – That’s a little tasty swirly. – Cinnamon roll. – Yum, yum, yum. – That’s a beautiful
little cinnamon roll. – OK, little hurricane. Looks like I’ve drawn a little
solar system by accident with two doodles. – OK. – That’s the photons. – And a gravity tornado. – How do I even? – It’s a tornado. – It doesn’t need to be using
all of its attacks at once. – That’s true. – Why else would
you have the powers, if you can’t use
them all at once? – That’s a good point. – That’s true. Julia, you have to– sorry. My mistake. – You ever hear the
song sandwiches? – Sandwiches? – It’s like, I like sandwiches,
sandwiches are fine. I like sandwiches, I
eat them all the time. – Sandwiches are beautiful. – I eat them for my dinner,
and them for my lunch. If I had a million sandwiches– – Million sandwiches? – I would eat them all at once. That’s just like
Godzilla powers. – You know a different version
of that song than I do. – I know the correct version. – I knew it as 100 sandwiches. – You weren’t
dreaming big enough. That’s very attainable. – I don’t just change numbers in
songs I hear to bigger numbers. – Unlike some people. – I wasn’t dreaming big– I didn’t hear the– – You were like, 100 sandwiches,
that’s probably enough for me. No, Nathan, reach for
the fucking stars. Be an example. Get a million sandwiches,
and eat all those at once. – A million sandwiches at once. – Yeah, it looks like it’s
like burning up on reentry. He makes it through the black
hole and the white hole. But then to get through
Earth’s atmosphere, it just burns up
completely, just a smoldering corpse that lands. It’s like, well, I’m
summoning all my space ghosts, and my photon hurricanes,
and my gravity tornadoes. And I’m still burning up. Dang. – I like that it’s
riding the tornado. – I hope they don’t have a
robot, or else I’m screwed. – I’m not good against robots. – Is this done? – You tell me. – Yeah. – I don’t know. – I love him. – Yeah? – More lines. – I drew a bad weather space
Charmander, my Charmander from– this is closer to a Pokemon
design than the majority of your Pokemon drawings. – I’m looking forward to
catching this legendary in Pokemon Sword and Shield. – Yeah, this is the
one where people say, they really jumped the shark. – Yeah, they just gave
him too many moves. – Gravity tornadoes,
OP, get it out of here. – It can only know four
moves at the same time. I want it to know gravity
tornado, and photon hurricane, and space ghosts,
and geokenesis, and fucking one
of the other ones. – Space claw. – Space claw. – That’s just a normal
claw, but from space. – Can we look up the real one? – He’s just Godzilla
with crystals. – He’s got Godzilla cauldrons. He’s got cauldrons. – This is if you made a
salt lamp out of a Godzilla. – This is like
Godzilla epic doubt, in his tier three rating gear. – Oh yeah, Godzilla
rolled shaman for sure. – Order him some orange gear. – He’s, like, closer to a
blastoids than anything. – Yeah, he is. – You know what’s really
painful, is having large teeth coming out of your shoulders. It’s very painful. – Wow, the people designing
these kaiju, they were right. They were right to
have those jobs. They did a good job. I’m proud of them. – They were correct. – They were correct. – You picked the correct people. I love this. I hope that Space Godzilla
shows up in a future movie. – I hope he’s in the
post-credits sequence of this one. – You just see some crystals. – You see some matter, some
cells going into a black hole. And you’re like, oh shit. – And like, a little click bait
arrow points at them, and goes, these are cells, just
in case you’re not sure. – And a big red circle. – And the person next to
you is like, what is that? – You’re like, Space
Godzilla, come on. – The person next
to you is Nick Fury. And he’s like, what is that? And it all ties in. It all comes together. – It’s all the same universe. There’s only one movie now. – I’d like you to join the
Fighting Foodons Initiative. – Cool, this has been Drawfee. I have nothing to add. – Oh, please watch
Canon City Comic Club. – Oh yeah. – Julia is on an
episode of that. – Yeah, yes I am. – It’s on YouTube. It’s on Dropout as well. – We keep adding
stuff to Dropout. – The price stays the same. But we keep adding stuff. So sign it on up. – Yeah, if you need more
of that Tristan flavor, there’s a lot of
Tristan flavor in that. It tastes just like Tristan. – Tristan’s my
favorite food item. – I’m accepting this promotion. – Triscuitin. – That’s too clever. – OK. – Fruit turtle. – Fruit turtle. – We’re sorry. – Sorry. – Sorry. – I’m sorry.

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