Godzilla: Kingdom of Monsters #2

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Godzilla: Kingdom of Monsters
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Godzilla: Kingdom of Monsters #2
Cover A of issue #2 by Phil Hester
Written by Eric Powell,
Tracy Marsh
Art by Phil Hester (pencils),
Bruce McCorkindale (inks)
Colors by Ronda Pattison
Letters by Chris Mowry
Edits by Carlos Guzman, Chris Ryall,
Bobby Curnow (associate)
Creative Consultant Chris Mowry
Sales 14,492[1]
Godzilla: Kingdom of Monsters

Godzilla: Kingdom of Monsters #2 is the second issue of Godzilla: Kingdom of Monsters. It was released on April 27, 2011.

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The world is in panic as Godzilla reduces Tokyo to rubble. No one knows where the giant lizard has come from and even the most extreme military counter-measures prove useless. As the people of Japan struggle to survive Godzilla's wrath, the world's governments start thinking outside the box. Unfortunately, Godzilla may not be the only monster-sized threat the world faces...

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As Godzilla continues his rampage in Japan, a boy name Mikhail steals a strange "meteorite" in Moscow. Animals begin dying in mass numbers around the world, as Anguirus appears in Sabinas, Mexico. Meanwhile, the "meteorite" hatches into Rodan, who rapidly grows, eats the boy's pets, and escapes. In response to Anguirus, a wall is built on the Texas/Mexico border, which is destroyed by him. In Japan, the fisherman who lost his children to Godzilla straps explosives to himself and detonates on Godzilla's snout, to little effect.

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