Godzilla, King of the Monsters #5

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Target: Godzilla! Part One
Cover of issue #5 by Arthur Adams and Kevin Maguire
Written by Arthur Adams
Pencils by Tatsuya Ishida
Inks by Daniel Rivera
Colors by Albert Deschesne
Letters by Clem Robins
Edits by Robert Vincent Conte
Design by Mark Cox
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Godzilla, King of the Monsters

Target: Godzilla! Part One is the fifth issue of Dark Horse's Godzilla, King of the Monsters. It was released on October 1, 1995.[1]


This issue originally was sold for $2.50.[1]


"The U.S. Army wants to blow him off the earth! A pack of intergalactic big-game hunters wants to take him off to space! But neither side has reckoned with the might and fury of Godzilla! He's scorching his foes with his fiery breath and knocking down mountains with his titanic tail! He's the King of Monsters, and no one's gonna take his title from him!"[1]


Alien hunters tracking Bagorah head for Earth, now interested in the creature who injured the space monster. On Earth, G-Force, Kate Koshiro, and Col. Cameron watch as Godzilla advances toward Portland. Cameron deploys a new robot to stop Godzilla: the All-Terraintula. The spider robot has a coating that absorbs Godzilla's ray and allows it to be fired back at the monster.

While Godzilla and the All-Terraintula battle, the aliens arrive. Deciding that Godzilla will not be worthy sport if injured, the aliens decide to destroy the All-Terraintula. As Dr. Kagaku, Kino, and Reiko board their VTOL to check out the alien ship, the aliens land and disable the All-Terraintula with a huge bazooka just after the robot fires a cadmium tranquilizer missile into Godzilla. The fifty-foot tall aliens watch the robot burn.



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