Godzilla, King of the Monsters #12

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Dark Horse's Godzilla, King of the Monsters
Issue #11
Issue #12
Issue #13
We Have Seen the Future, and it Has Been Destroyed by Godzilla
Cover of issue #12 by Bob Eggleton
Written by Alex Cox
Pencils by Brandon McKinney
Inks by Andrew Pepoy
Colors by Perry McNamee
Letters by Clem Robins
Edits by Randy Stradley
Design by Mark Cox
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Godzilla, King of the Monsters

We Have Seen the Future, and it Has Been Destroyed by Godzilla is the twelfth issue of Dark Horse's Godzilla, King of the Monsters. It was released on June 1, 1996.[1]

Information[edit | edit source]

This issue originally was sold for $2.95.[1]

Description[edit | edit source]

"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!"[1]

Plot[edit | edit source]

In Harmony Cluster Nine, Mason's men are warned against descending below the 80th level and that they remain indoors after dark. After the futurian game show hosts who hired Mason agree to provide him with weapons of the future, mason agrees to secure Godzilla for them. Dixon arrives, being controlled by G-Force and asks Mason what his plans are. Mason receives the weapons. The mad scientist immediately transports Godzilla to the futuristic city. With the weapons, Mason plans to conquer Harmony Cluster Nine, perhaps transporting other monsters to the future in a bid to conquer the pacifistic and decadent futurians.

The imbecile futurians are unaware that Godzilla cannot be controlled as he smashes their city. Dixon argues with Mason that he cannot let Godzilla destroy the future, causing Mason to blast him with one of his new weapons, revealing Dixon to be a robot. The futurians impress on Mason to get his men to stop Godzilla, since the futurians are incapable of violence. As Mason leaves, G-Force emerges from the robot's head and returns to normal size. Elsewhere, Helzer and Meltev subdue mason as he addresses his men from a hovering platform. He falls into the armory just as Godzilla arrives.

Before G-Force can capture Mason, he activates his time machine, but Godzilla swallows the mad scientist and starts to fade, headed for wherever Mason was going. G-Force leaves the future and returns to the present and tries to determine where in time Godzilla has wound up.

Appearances[edit | edit source]

Monsters[edit | edit source]

Weapons, vehicles, and races[edit | edit source]

  • Harmony Cluster Nine Citizens
    • Class-A Humans
    • Class-B Humans
  • Servidroids
  • Automated Defense Drones
  • Dixon Robot
  • Heli-Transport

Characters[edit | edit source]

  • Professor Elmer Mason
  • Yrdez
  • Snibor

Locations[edit | edit source]

  • Harmony Cluster Nine

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Covers[edit | edit source]

Scans[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

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