Godzilla: Kingdom of Monsters #5
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After last issue's momentous tussle of giants, it's now painfully clear that Armageddon has descended on the human race. The government's bungled attempts to thwart the giant monsters have left an infrastructure in ruin and a nomad society desperately struggling to survive. And also...GIANT MONSTER FIGHTS! Destruction abounds in this issue of Godzilla: Kingdom of Monsters, featuring new artist Victor Dos Santos!
While Rodan attacks Russia, Godzilla defeats Anguirus in Los Angeles and walks away. In the White House, President Ogden allows a missile with a poisonous gas to be shot at the weakened Anguirus to kill him. In Pasadena, California, the family of a little girl named Allie get in their van and try evacuating. At the Louvre, Minette and Mallory steal real monarch treasures and go to show Battra, who's pupating in a cocoon around the Eiffel Tower. In Los Angeles, two survivors find Girly Yaya's corpse as jets arrive and fire missiles of the poisonous gas at Anguirus. The survivors get killed by the gas, but Anguirus stands on his two hind legs and the heavy gas doesn't reach him anymore. In Frankfurt, Germany, the German military tries firing a lightweight poisonous gas up in the air for Rodan to breathe and get killed from. However, Rodan simply flaps his wings and deflects the gas down into the ground, asphyxiating the soldiers. Just outside Pasadena, California, Allie and her family are in a traffic jam when people start stealing their food and water. Allie's father gets into a fight with the thieves as Godzilla arrives and kills almost everyone on the road. The next morning, Steven Woods walks down the same road, finds Allie and takes her with him.
Weapons, vehicles, and races
- U.S. military
- German military
- President Ogden
- Minette and Mallory
- Steven Woods
- Allie's family
- Kenji Ando
- Girly Yaya (deceased)
- United States
- Paris, France
- Eiffel Tower
- Frankfurt, Germany
- In this issue, President Ogden's full name is revealed: Babak Khan Ogden.
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