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The King of the Monsters rises again, and for the first time in comics, he's bringing lots of other beloved Toho monsters with him in one destructive saga, and The Goon's Eric Powell is sounding the alarm. Powell will also paint covers for each issue of this new ongoing series, including a wraparound cover to kick things off! Acclaimed artist Phil Hester signs on for the first storyline, and Alex Ross supplies a painted 50/50 variant cover! This is the Big G storyline you've been waiting for!Formally Godzilla Monster World

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3.75 stars 3.75/5 Stars Average score of 4 user reviews

Uninteresting and childish 0

Many comic book shops got variants with their own store being crushed on the cover, which I drew me to the comic. It's a great gimmick. However, inside the comic I found to be lacking. Nothing effectively happens in the issue, and there are no characters developed at all. Nuclear weaponry is used with no real consideration, and the comic effect of many different characters, at different times, saying "you have to be %$@#ing me" didn't seem funny to me in the slightest. Avoid this....

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Review: Godzilla: Kingdom of Monsters #1 0

Godzilla returns to comics with a bang. With Eric Powell and Tracy Marsh writing the series and Phil Hester penciling it, I think we are in for something good.   THE GOOD: One of the best things about this comic book was seeing Godzilla in something again. I haven't seen Godzilla in anything for a good while. I really like this issue because it takes into account that people may be barley starting learning about Godzilla. I feel that they are starting a new with a fresh new start. Phil Hester d...

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