Feng Shen Bang is widely translated as "Investiture of the Gods". This, to me, says that, were it the start of a trilogy, it would precede Profit Sharing Plan of the Gods and then, finally, Severance Package of the Gods. That aside, because it is awesome, the Italians had the good sense to acquire it and re-title it Na-Jan il Piccolo Titano, which means "Na-Jan, the Little Titan". In calling up associations to the Titans of Greek mythology, they thus establish a vague connection between the film and Italy's own long tradition of peplum cinema.
Taiwan's distinctive take on the kaiju genre while at the same time, thanks to its pedigree, also boasting the well-heeled flavor of the Japanese variety. What it also is, unmistakably, is a children's film, so I will spare you any overwrought what-the-fuckery over the ways in which it differs from whatever is in this context considered a "normal" film.