History[edit | edit source]
King Ghidorah's call awakened Scylla from her slumber beneath Monarch Outpost 55, an oilfield in Sedona, Arizona. Like the other Titans around the world, Scylla rampaged through populated areas, destroying buildings in nearby Phoenix with her colossal legs.
Comics[edit | edit source]
- Godzilla, King of the Monsters (1977-1979) [issues #10-11]
- Godzilla: Ongoing (2012-2013) [issue #2]
- Godzilla: Rulers of Earth (2013-2015) [issue #1]
In issue #2, Kumonga crosses the Mexico–United States border into Nogales, Arizona, where he ensnares a Border Patrol Jeep in his webbing.
In issue #1, the Cryogs watch Gigan battle Kumonga in the Grand Canyon, where the spider now resides. Though quickly covered in webbing, the cyborg is victorious, slicing off one of Kumonga's legs with his chest saw before burning the webbing with his eye laser. Satisfied with his performance, the Cryogs enlist him in their world-conquering plans, and prepare to upgrade his weaponry.
Video games[edit | edit source]
- Godzilla Defense Force (2019) - Android and iOS
Arizona is the fourth location to be attacked by the invading Xiliens, who are repelled by the Earth Defense Force. They deploy hordes of giant owls, bats and vultures, along with the kaiju Kumonga ('04), Hedorah ('04), Rodan ('04), Mechagodzilla 2, Burning Godzilla, Mothra Leo, SpaceGodzilla, Mothra ('01), Monster X, Godzilla ('03), Keizer Ghidorah, Modified Gigan, Titanosaurus, Baragon ('01), Godzilla ('04), and Ganimes.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- In Godzilla: King of the Monsters, Monarch Outpost 55 references the 1955 American giant monster movie Tarantula!, which is set in Arizona. Kumonga's repeated visits to the state may also be Tarantula! nods.
Showing 1 comments. When commenting, please remain respectful of other users, stay on topic, and avoid role-playing and excessive punctuation. Comments which violate these guidelines may be removed by administrators.