Godzilla: Aftershock

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Godzilla: Aftershock
Los Angeles Comic Con exclusive Godzilla: Aftershock poster
Author Arvid Nelson
Illustrated by Drew Edward Johnson
Publisher Legendary Comics
Publish Date April 16, 2019
Pages 112
Dimensions 6.5 x 10.4 inches
Genre Graphic novel
ISBN ISBN-10: 1681160536
ISBN-13: 978-1681160535
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Godzilla: Aftershock is an upcoming prequel graphic novel to Godzilla: King of the Monsters set to be published by Legendary Comics on April 16, 2019. The third official graphic novel tie-in for the MonsterVerse, it will be written by Arvid Nelson, the writer of Skull Island: The Birth of Kong, and illustrated by Drew Johnson. The graphic novel is currently scheduled to be 112 pages in length. It will feature a battle between Godzilla and an all-new monster.[1]

Description

Continuing the story of 2014’s Godzilla after the catastrophic events in San Francisco, the novel finds the big lizard threatened as a terrifying new foe rises from the depths of the earth, unleashing a series of devastating earthquakes and driven by an unstoppable primal instinct that will test Godzilla like never before. Introducing characters from Godzilla: King of the Monsters, the graphic novel delves further into the activities of cryptozoological agency Monarch. The brilliant and driven Monarch operative Dr. Emma Russell (played in the upcoming film by Vera Farmiga) races to stop the threat as clues emerge to reveal a terrible secret — a tragedy of apocalyptic proportions from the distant past that changed the course of human history, is returning to threaten it once more. A shadowy figure stalks Emma’s every move as she travels the globe to uncover secrets, while Godzilla clashes in an ancient rivalry as old as the earth itself.[2]

Appearances

Monsters

Characters

  • Dr. Emma Russell

Staff

Staff role on the left, staff member's name on the right.

  • Written by   Arvid Nelson
  • Illustrated by   Drew Edward Johnson

Videos

Godzilla: Aftershock trailer filmed at Los Angeles Comic Con

Trivia

References

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KaijuUnity

6 days ago
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Um is there a pic somewhere about this unnamed kaiju/titan
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ShodaiMeesmothLarva

6 days ago
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Gojipedia, at least that site has images already while the Wikizilla one doesn't have.
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Astounding Beyond Belief

5 days ago
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Golly, if only there was a way for you to add images instead of just complaining about it!
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ShodaiMeesmothLarva

4 days ago
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I don't like editing pages by myself as it'll be reverted anyway. I am tired at my notifications being "Your edits were reverted" such as that on the Planet Eater page.
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Les

4 days ago
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Your edits are reverted for good reason. Every single time it has been justified. It isn't as if we're just singling you out. If you make a perfectly reasonable edit, we would have no reason to revert it.
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Titan of Water

22 days ago
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New trailer for this comic at the LA Comic Convention.
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MosuFan2004

22 days ago
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I like the new kaiju. I also hope the M.U.T.O.s will get a proper name.
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G&G-Fan

22 days ago
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I'm disappointed in the new original monster. It's just a larger MUTO with a Xenomorph head, some red, and bigger arms. They had the opportunity to do something creative and just went with something generic.
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ShodaiMeesmothLarva

22 days ago
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Like what the staff would say to you, we don't have any confirmation about this, not even a single official image featuring the new monster has been revealed, heck also its name remains unknown.
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Les

22 days ago
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No, actually a whole lot of official images featuring the monster have been revealed. We know very clearly what it looks like.
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Deathrock9

22 days ago
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SkullIslandExplorer

21 days ago
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Nah, it looks cool. Kinda looks like a tribute to Orga, Obsidious, and Miba.
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ShodaiMeesmothLarva

22 days ago
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Wow I like it more, finally we got to see what actually happened after the events of the 2014 film, as the very last scene shows Godzilla leaving San Francisco and returning to the Pacific Ocean to rest once again.
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KaijuUnity

23 days ago
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Is that the cover of the book or a teaser image?
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Les

23 days ago
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It's a limited-run promotional poster for the novel from LA Comic-Con.
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KaijuUnity

17 days ago
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Oh that makes sense
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The Guardian of the Universe

26 days ago
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Damn this looks cool, I hope we can see more monsters, or at least the backstory of the ones already confirmed for King of the Monsters
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Lachlanowers

23 days ago
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don't worry we will see another titan/kaiju
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MosuFan2004

26 days ago
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This looks great!
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Titan of Water

26 days ago
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IKR. I absolutely love Ancient History. Now it looks like this comic is going to be about that very topic. Godzilla and Ancient History, a match made in Heaven.
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Titan of Water

26 days ago
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I’m guessing that this comic takes place in mostly Ancient Histroy. Maybe the people of Odo Island will make a cameo.
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Titan of Water

26 days ago
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Please excuse my misspelling of history.
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ShodaiMeesmothLarva

26 days ago
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Now this is more what I like compared to the third anime prequel novel which sucks.
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Titanollante

25 days ago
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There is no third anime prequel novel, only a novelization of the first movie and the first half of the second movie.
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SkullIslandExplorer

2 months ago
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I knew it! I just KNEW that King of the Monsters was going to get a comic! Hopefully those 112 pages aren’t humans boring us to death about their lives, and the creative team learns from Godzilla: Awakening’s rushed mistakes.