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Petitioning Random House Stuart Applebaum and 2 others

Release Marc Cerasini's Godzilla and The Lost Continent


In 1998 Marc Cerasini wrote 5 Godzilla novels that were published by Random House. However due to the disappointing 1998 Tri-Star "remake" of Godzilla people soon lost interest and Godzilla merchandise dropped in sells. Unfortunately that movie came out in the summer and the final book, which was due in November of that year got canceled because of the drop in sells. Because of this only 4 out of the 5 books came out and Random House, the publishers, never renewed their license with Toho to get it out.

This is unfair to those who want already bought the first 4 books and wanted to see how it all ends and who the new monster enemy was. With Legendary Pictures's Godzilla reboot coming out in May 2014 people are getting interested in Godzilla again especially since it seems to actually live up to it's job of being an adaption.

With this new interest in Godzilla coming back now is the prefect time for Random House to renew their deal with Toho and republish the first 4 books as well as finally release the final books and give fans the closer they wanted while making a profit off the new new craze Legendary Pictures's is making.

These books are also a fun and exciting way for children to learn how to read.

Letter to
Random House Stuart Applebaum
Random House Claudia Limmer
Random House Carlota del Amo
Please renew your Godzilla license with Toho and release the cancled Marc Cerasini's Godzilla and The Lost Continent Novel. Legendary Picture's is building up interest with their Godzilla reboot so now is the prefect time to release the final book that never came out and cash in on the hype and provide fans with closer. It's not right that we never got the ending when we were so close, 4 out of 5 books out. Plus fans want to know how this ends and who or what the "new" super monster is.

These books are also a fun and exciting way for children to learn how to read.