Godzilla, King of the Monsters #17

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Marvel's Godzilla, King of the Monsters
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Issue #17
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Of Lizards, Great and Small
Cover of issue #17 by Herb Trimpe
Editor-in-chief Jim Shooter
Story by Doug Moench
Pencils by Herb Trimpe
Inks by Dan Green
Colors by Ben Sean
Letters by Bruce D. Patterson
Edits by Bob Hall
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Of Lizards, Great and Small is the seventeenth issue of Marvel's Godzilla, King of the Monsters. It was released in December of 1978.

Plot

Following Godzilla's rampage through Salt Lake City, the SHIELD Godzilla Squad has finally recovered and have redeployed following the damage done during Godzilla's battle with the Mega-Monsters. Joined by Paleontologist Gladstone Hawkins, the group decides to use a different method of dealing with Godzilla.

Calling in the help of Henry Pym, the group get a large batch of his shrinking Pym Particles and use them against Godzilla. However the monster grabs Dum Dum before they can take effect. The Godzilla Squad then engages on a wild goose chase to try and capture the now shrinking Godzilla. He is finally caught by Hawkins who uses a net on Godzilla once he has become the size of a regular reptile.

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Green Blob Thing

30 months ago
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This storyline where Godzilla shrinks down to the size of a rat sounds pretty interesting and unique for the Godzilla series. It reminds me of my strange desire for there to have been a Showa film where MegaroGoji would have been shrunken down to human size. I'll consider trying to track these comics down one way or another. The 'Essential Series' collection is probably the best place to start.
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