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    Dark Horse's Godzilla: King of the Monsters #8


    How much punishment can the King of the Monsters take, anyway? Godzilla has already survived several attacks by a race of fierce, alien hunters. Now he needs a little help from his friends from G-Force, or else it's certain extinction at the hands of the fiercest hunters in the galaxy!




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    Dark Horse's Godzilla: King of the Monsters #9


    Godzilla's survived being poisoned by an obsessed scientist. He's even survived being hunted by a predatory alien race. But can the King of the Monsters survive the fall of Rome? An evil professor has created a time-traveling device with one sole purpose in mind: world domination! His plan? To capture Godzilla and use him to change the course of history! Will he succeed? Not if G-Force has anything to say about it!




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    Dark Horse's Godzilla: King of the Monsters #10


    Professor Mason is a scientist with two very deadly weapons. The first is a time machine, which gives him access to the entire panorama of history. The second is the King of the Monsters, whom Mason is using to terrorize the past! It's now 1588, the year of the Spanish Armada's ill-fated attack on England. Unless G-Force -- with a little help from William Shakespeare and Sir Francis Drake -- can find Mason and stop Godzilla's rampage, all of history will be altered and the world we know will cease to exist!




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    Dark Horse's Godzilla: King of the Monsters #11



    Every school-child knows that the famous 1906 San Francisco earthquake was caused by . . . Godzilla? That may be how history is rewritten if the unstable Professor Mason puts his two new weapons to use, the first being a time machine and the second being the King of the Monsters! It's up to G-Force to head off Godzilla's destructive historical rampage -- but can mere humans repair history once Godzilla has thoroughly trampled it?



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    Dark Horse's Godzilla: King of the Monsters #12



    Three hundred years from now there is no war, no conflict -- only peace and brotherhood for all mankind. That is, until Professor Mason and his time-traveling army show up with Godzilla in tow! Mason has come to rob the future in order to rule our present, and he's brought the King of the Monsters with him to make sure nobody says different. The current story arc comes to a cataclysmic conclusion as Godzilla goes wild in a world he never made!




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    Dark Horse's Godzilla: King of the Monsters #13


    More monster action, more monster fun! Trying to locate Godzilla in the sea off the coast of Peru, G-Force instead runs across a path of destruction left by another gigantic monster, Burtannus! Things go from bad to worse when the Peruvian Air Force gets involved and from worse to horrible when Godzilla himself shows up! It's monster vs. monster with G-Force caught in the middle!



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    Dark Horse's Godzilla: King of the Monsters #14


    Dr. Kagaku, the leader of G-Force, has created a device that is sure to stop Godzilla in his tracks. That's the good news. The bad news is, somebody must place the device, with pinpoint accuracy, on Godzilla himself! Ordinarily, this would be a dangerous job. But to attempt it while the King of the Monsters is in the midst of a destructive rampage is suicidal! Grab a rope and strap on your crampons, your mission is "To Climb the Highest Monster"!




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    Dark Horse's Godzilla: King of the Monsters #15


    If rough water and the threat of shark attack aren't enough to keep Australian bathers out of the water, how about a 300-foot-tall, fire-breathing lizard? Godzilla has taken to sunning himself on one of Australia's most popular beaches, giving the army and G-Force cause for concern. But it's all just a prelude to a battle royal when the mad Dr. Yamazaki's giant crustacean monster sets its sights on the city of Sydney and Godzilla! Get ready for "Thunder Downunder"!




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    Dark Horse's Godzilla: King of the Monsters #16


    When an undersea volcano disturbs Godzilla's slumber, the King of the Monsters awakens to find himself among the dinosaurs and other savage creatures of the Mezozoic era. Godzilla's in monster paradise -- until he encounters a marauding monster from space intent on driving the dinosaurs to an early extinction. It's a clash with reverberations that will be felt through the ages!



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    I read Godzilla The Half Century War, that was very good.

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    Enjoyed reading 1987's Godzilla: King of the Monsters - Special. Highly recommended for those who love horror.

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    Are there any current Godzilla series coming out?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vakanai View Post
    I read Godzilla The Half Century War, that was very good.
    Yeah, it was pretty good. I loved Rulers of Earth and some of the minis from IDW. I absolutely love Dark Horse's Godzilla run and the classic Marvel series is quite fun.

    Quote Originally Posted by K7P5V View Post
    Enjoyed reading 1987's Godzilla: King of the Monsters - Special. Highly recommended for those who love horror.
    I can recommend a few other Godzilla series that you may enjoy. I'll be posting more recommendations and such in the near future.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jekyll View Post
    Are there any current Godzilla series coming out?
    Unfortunately, no. IDW Publishing was the last to have the rights to do Godzilla comics. But whether they still do or not is uncertain. I would love a new ongoing series and a few minis. I also really, really, really wish Dark Horse & Marvel would release colored, hardcover Omnibuses of their Godzilla runs. It's long overdue. And to be honest, IDW needs to do the same while also reprint their ongoing & minis in trade paperback for mas they're quite scarce.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenScar1990 View Post
    Yeah, it was pretty good. I loved Rulers of Earth and some of the minis from IDW. I absolutely love Dark Horse's Godzilla run and the classic Marvel series is quite fun.



    I can recommend a few other Godzilla series that you may enjoy. I'll be posting more recommendations and such in the near future.



    Unfortunately, no. IDW Publishing was the last to have the rights to do Godzilla comics. But whether they still do or not is uncertain. I would love a new ongoing series and a few minis. I also really, really, really wish Dark Horse & Marvel would release colored, hardcover Omnibuses of their Godzilla runs. It's long overdue. And to be honest, IDW needs to do the same while also reprint their ongoing & minis in trade paperback for mas they're quite scarce.
    Thanks. Looking forward to it, GreenScar1990.
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    Dark Horse's Godzilla Color Special



    As part of a rescue mission, The G-Force team arrives on the remote island of Kiryoku-shima, whose people have rejected modern technology since World War II, to warn of Godzilla's impending arrival. A former G-Force member named Kogenta, who has been living on the island to research its people, greets them before they head to the meeting hall with their news. Rather than evacuate, the residents side with the priestess Ookii'Mune, who insists that the local god Gekido-jin will protect them.

    As they argue, Godzilla destroys the U.S. Navy forces meant to supervise the evacuation.
    Ookii'Mune gathers the islanders at the shrine of Gekido-jin while G-Force retrieves a dart gun from their craft as Godzilla walks onto the island. Ookii'Mune explains that while it is typically forbidden for non-islanders like Kogenta and G-Force to see the shrine, the state of emergency necessitates an exception before revealing that the statue is possessed by an Oni.

    Gekido-jin had lived on Kiryoku-Shima before the first humans had come from mainland Japan to settle it, and were constantly attacked by the spirit, which grew stronger with every defeat, until a monk sacrificed himself to Gekido-Jin to battle the Oni inside. While the spirits within Gekido-Jin are fighting the statue cannot move. Ookii'Mune then voices her intent to release the Monk's spirit by taking his place and allowing the Oni to have control of Gekido-Jin long enough for it to ward off Godzilla before taking up the eternal battle to keep the statue dormant.

    Before Kazushi Kagaku, the leader of G-Force can object, Godzilla made his way into the clearing. G-Force quickly prepares their biopsy dart that they fire into Godzilla's foot in hopes of obtaining some skin cells or nerve endings. However, as they prepare their weapon Ookii'Mune sneaks to the statue to begin the ritual, but is knocked unconscious by flying rocks that had been kicked up by Godzilla.

    With G-Force distracted by Ookii'Mune's injury, Kogenta offers himself to Gekido-jin before both he and the statue are flattened by Godzilla. Godzilla then blasts the surrounding cliff face with his Atomic Breath before Gekido-jin emerges from the rubble and strikes Godzilla with his hammer. Godzilla then destroys Gekido-jin, who begins to reform his body to be larger, but never gets a chance to attack again due to Godzilla's destroying him before he can fully re-form his body.

    G-Force then devises a plan to give Gekido-jin more time by using the biopsy dart, which is still in Godzilla's foot, and using Ookii'Mune's staff as a lightning rod, they channel electricity from the overhead storm to electrocute Godzilla. Gekido-jin then slams his hammer into Godzilla's face before slowly backing toward an ocean-facing cliff. Godzilla then charges Gekido-jin and tackles him off the cliff, and destroys him for the final time with his Atomic Breath.

    G-Force and Ookii'Mune pay their respects to Kogenta, who resumes control of Gekido-jin and reforms on the ocean floor, acknowledging that the battle is over because he got Godzilla off the island before taking up the ancient Monk's position and resuming battle with the Oni.






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