Kaiju Puts Japanese Movie Monsters in the Ring
Kaiju was the brainchild of some Boston art school students who then created an imaginary world where tins of chicken soup, heroes, hot dogs, villains, and lots of animated good guys go head to head in the wrestling ring.
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