A Brand New Trailer For Kadokawa Pictures' "Daimajin Kanon"
Written By: Ken Hulsey
Source: Avery Guerra
Kadokawa Pictures has just released a brand-new trailer for their upcoming late-night television series, "Daimajin Kanon", that is pretty impressive to say the least.
As most of you already know, the series is based on a trilogy of "Daimajin" films produced by Daiei in Japan towards the end of the 1960s.
Here is how the shows 21-year-old star, Rikuna Yuka, described the plot, "This time the heroine will be a college student called Kanon who keeps on singing prayers that awake the giant god of war. Once again Daimajin will have to deal with a lot of bad guys."
Indeed there wil be a lot of bad guys. In the trailer we see the stone god Daimajin fighting some giant alien looking monster, a giant ghost, and bugs run amok.
Though there promises to be plenty of giant monster action, the show will 'really' revolve around Yuka's character, Kanon, and her attempts to fit in and overcome her feelings of awkwardness.
Hey, I don't know what the problem is? I would so want a hot looking Japanese girl-friend who could summon a giant monster to fight her battles for her.
Then again, if she got pissed at you she could turn the two-hundred-foot-tall Daimajin on you....and I do have a habit of upsetting the ladies.
Okay, I see the problem here.
Kanon may have a hard time getting a date with a giant stone god acting like a protective father-figure.
It's the kind of a soap-opera that you could only find on TV in Japan.
See Also: New Images Of The Stone Monster And Costumes From 'Daimajin Kanon' / The First Trailer For Kadokawa's 'Daimajin Kanon' / New Photos From Daimajin Kannon / The First Look At Daimajin Kannon
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