Godzilla: Kingdom of Monsters #9

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Godzilla: Kingdom of Monsters
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Godzilla: Kingdom of Monsters #9
Cover A of issue #9 by David Messina
Written by Jason Ciaramella
Art by Victor Santos
Colors by Ronda Pattison
Letters by Chris Mowry
Edits by Carlos Guzman
Creative Consultant Chris Mowry
Sales 9,878[1]
Godzilla: Kingdom of Monsters

Godzilla: Kingdom of Monsters #9 is an IDW comic book. It was released on November 23, 2011.


As the dust settles on last issue's epic monster battle, humanity finds a silver lining among all the destruction, and things quiet down. But just because some of the monsters have retreated doesn't mean the rampage has ended...after all, there may be more gargantuan threats right around the corner. Whatever may be next, mankind may finally be ready to put up a fight!


As Steven Woods learns how to operate Mechagodzilla's controls, Ellie enters the machine and warns him that Anguirus is nearby. At the same time, one of President Ogden's assistants informs him of Mechagodzilla's manual reactivation. Mechagodzilla lands the first blow against Anguirus with an open-hand strike, but the monster knocks it on its back by curling into a ball and presses his advantage. Desperately searching for a weapon, Woods activates Mechagodzilla's shoulder missiles, which knock Anguirus unconscious. Ogden asks his staff for an update, which is mostly grim: no word from Moscow and London, though Rodan and Battra have left Paris. Mechagodzilla's computers detect Godzilla 20 kilometers away, and Woods explains to Allie how the monster killed his parents. He sets Mechagodzilla on course for a rematch. Ogden makes contact with Woods and orders him to return Mechagodzilla to Detroit, but the soldier refuses; he has revenge on his mind, and he's already face-to-face with Godzilla.









  • Despite appearing on the RI Cover, Gigan does not appear within the issue itself, nor any subsequent issues of the series. He would, however, go on to appear in the sequel series to Kingdom of Monsters.
  • An art mistake can be found on page 10, in which Anguirus is drawn without his distinctive nasal horn for one panel.

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