Fox Kids Magazine #37

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Godzilla: The Series
Issue #34
Issue #37
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FOX Kids
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The cover of the issue
Fox Kids Issue 37

Story by Unknown
Art by Unknown
Colors by Unknown
Letters by Draxhall Jump Studios
Edits by Scott Russell
Sales None: Free Subscriber Exclusive
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Godzilla: The Series
#34#37

Ice Cold Winter is a comic based on Godzilla: The Series. It debuted in issue 37 of FOX Kids Magazine in the winter of 1999.

Plot

On November 9, 1999, Godzilla swims deftly through the waters near Newfoundland, Canada in response to a signal being emitted through the water. When he arrives he discovers that Cameron Winter is waiting there for him. Winter orders Godzilla to be fired upon, and when he is, he becomes encased in a block of ice. Winter then hooks up the ice to a net and begins to tow Godzilla away before the H.E.A.T. Seeker intervenes. Niko Tatopoulos shouts to Winter that he cannot kidnap Godzilla, but Cameron informs him that he has the salvage rights to anything in those waters. He then reveals that he intends to clone Godzilla into an army of mutant soldiers. During this exchange, Randy Hernandez reprograms N.I.G.E.L. to overheat near Godzilla's frozen head, allowing him to awaken and use his atomic breath to break through the ice and destroy the ship pulling him away. Monique Dupre then arrives on deck only to find that she is too late to save Godzilla, as he has already freed himself.

Appearances

Monsters

Weapons, Vehicles, and Races

Characters

Locations

  • Newfoundland, Canada

Gallery

Scans

Advertisements

Trivia

  • If the date given for the events of this comic is meant to correlate with the show's airdates, it would occur between Protector and Freak Show.

References

This is a list of references for FOX Kids Magazine Issue 37. These citations are used to identify the reliable sources on which this article is based. These references appear inside articles in the form of superscript numbers, which look like this: [1]

TriStar
Godzilla: The Series
Book
Godzilla (Godzilla: The Series)



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Titanollante

18 months ago
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