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.

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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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