Giant Monsters Rock Out in Godzilla Singular Point OP / ED Animations

Netflix original anime is currently broadcasting on Japanese TV and streaming in Japan

Godzilla blasts radioactive fire breath and demolishes a train in a scene reminiscent of the original 1954 film from the ending animation for the Godzilla Singular Point Netflix original anime.


Godzilla fans in the United States will have to wait a little longer to experience Godzilla Singular Point, a Netflix original anime featuring everyone's favorite fire-breathing giant monster, but now it's possible to get a taste of what's to come, because the opening and ending animations for the series have been published to Youtube.



The opening animation (above) features the song "in case...", which is performed by BiSH. The ending animation (below) features the song "Aoi" ("Blue"), which is performed by Polkadot Stingray.



Netflix describes the story of Godzilla Singular Point as follows:


Brought together by a mysterious song, a grad student and an engineer lead the fight against an unimaginable force that may spell doom for the world.


A key visual for the upcoming Godzilla Singular Point anime, featuring the main cast and Godzilla posed in a dramatic, spiraling composition.


Godzilla Singular Point is directed by Atsushi Takahashi and features animation production by Bones and Orange. The series is currently streaming on Netflix in Japan and other global markets, and it is also broadcasting on Japanese TV on TOKYO MX, KBS Kyoto, BS11, and Sun TV. The release date for the U.S. Netflix stream has not yet been revealed.


Source: Ota-suke


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