Godzilla, King of the Monsters #9
|Dark Horse's Godzilla, King of the Monsters|
Information[edit | edit source]
This issue originally was sold for $2.50.
Description[edit | edit source]
Godzilla's survived being poisoned by an obsessed scientist. He's even survived being hunted by a predatory alien race. But can the King of the Monsters survive the fall of Rome? An evil professor has created a time-traveling device with one sole purpose in mind: world domination! His plan? To capture Godzilla and use him to change the course of history! Will he succeed? Not if G-Force has anything to say about it!
Plot[edit | edit source]
Godzilla rampages in Orange County, resisting the attacks of G-Force and the army when suddenly he vanishes into thin air. Professor Mason has teleported the monster out to sea for his own purposes. Dr. Kagaku decides that Mason is responsible for Godzilla's disappearance. Time travel was mason's obsession, like Kagaku's before Godzilla appeared. With Godzilla in place, Mason attacks Pompeii moments before Vesuvius erupts. Mason and a team of raiders stand ready to loot the Roman city in Godzilla's wake.
Kagaku reveals to G-Force that he has been working on a time machine of his own. G-Force realizes that Mason intends to use Godzilla to loot the past by striking at past disasters. As G-Force tries to determine what events Mason may have targeted, Mason's men and Godzilla disappear from Pompeii just as the volcano erupts. G-Force sends Kino and Take' to 1906 San Francisco while Burton Helzer and Dr. Marina Meltev depart for 1588 England.
Appearances[edit | edit source]
Monsters[edit | edit source]
Weapons, vehicles, and races[edit | edit source]
Characters[edit | edit source]
- Professor Elmer Mason
Locations[edit | edit source]
Gallery[edit | edit source]
Covers[edit | edit source]
Cover by Bob Eggleton
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References[edit | edit source]
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