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Welcome to the World of Giant Monsters

Welcome to G-FAN.com, brought to you by Daikaiju Enterprises (DKE), publisher of G-FAN magazine, the world’s only journal devoted to giant movie monsters, especially those hailing from Japan. DKE also hosts the annual convention known as G-FEST, attracting over 2500 monster fans for a weekend celebration of the genre. In 2004, DKE organized G-TOUR, a voyage to Japan, in celebration of Godzilla’s fiftieth anniversary, and returned in 2011 for G-TOUR II, and 2015 for G-TOUR III. If you love Godzilla and other giant monsters from Japan, please explore G-FAN.com, you’ll find much of interest!

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J.D. Lees – Editor and Publisher, G-FAN Magazine

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Additional hotel options for G-FEST XXVI

More hotel choices have been made available for G-FEST XXVI attendees at the Comfort Inn O’Hare, and the Hyatt Regency O’Hare. See the G-FEST XXVI Hotel page for the lodging details and rates.

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Special rate hotel reservations now available for G-FEST XXVI

Hotel reservations for G-FEST XXVI at the Crowne Plaza Chicago O’Hare are now available. Rooms for the 2018 show sold out quickly, so G-fans may want to book early at the special rate while available. The special rate for G-FEST attendees is $115.00 per night (single, double, triple, or quad). Parking is $10.00 per day. Click here to make your reservation online, or call (877) 337-5793 and ask for the G-FEST group rate (Group code: G19). The dates for G-FEST XXV are July 13th to 15th.

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Massive turnout for G-FEST XXV

G-FEST XXV will undoubtedly go down as the most successful to date. Over 3000 G-fans turned out for a weekend of kaiju films and fun from July 13th-15th, 2018. G-suit actor Ken Satsuma set a record for number of autographs signed, and Megumi Odaka’s session saw the largest audience ever for a guest interview. Keizo Murase and Daisuke Sato put on a great display of props and artifacts from his monster-making career, and Don Frye was his usual modest, unassuming self! The Tokusatsu Room presented, for the first time ever, an amazing Japanese-style stage show featuring monsters and heroes. So many activities, presentations, displays, models, and games… so much art, video-gaming, and shopping! For full details, pick up a copy of G-FAN #121, on sale in early October. Thanks to all who made G-FEST XXV the best ever!