A random Lego character, an overpriced figure from 1994’s Godzilla vs. SpaceGodzilla, and a lot of free time led to the creation of this trilogy. I made the first episode in May 2013 and quickly followed it up with a sequel, imaginatively titled “The Sequel”. The trilogy ended with a musical number a few months later. I don’t know, this is the kind of thing that happens when I’m not busy.
Max Force in ‘Island of Terror’
Not quite Pacific Rim, but then the budget was much much smaller.
Max Force 2: The Sequel
So, yeah, how is there a sequel when the protagonist is dead already? Well, you probably haven’t watched umpteen Godzilla films. If you had you’d know: anything goes. Which is handy. A slightly higher budget here.
Max Force 3
If your idea of a good time is rudimentary animation set to a synth pop song with bad vocals then you’re in for a treat! Watch Max celebrate his marriage and live happily ever after. Well, until Little Godzilla comes along again and eats him. And his wife.