Godzilla: Ongoing #3
"Boxer and his Monster Kill Crew are notching some impressive victories against the kaiju, but a battle with Battra almost puts the team down for the count. The Crew decides it's time to upgrade their fire-power, but questionable methods lead to division in the ranks. With his sights set on Godzilla, Boxer will have to get his team in line-fast!"
In Edinburgh, Scotland, after having their van destroyed by Anguirus and the Headache Beam snapped in half, Boxer's crew managed to escape being crushed by Anguirus by speeding away on a hot-wired car. Claire managed to fix the Headache Beam and Boxer used it against Anguirus, nudging the monster toward Edinburgh Castle where Urv had set up a massive amount of explosives. They detonated and Anguirus fell into a gigantic crater. Boxer proclaimed, "Lady and gentlemen... we are in business!"
With the media attention headed their way for their defeat of Anguirus, the newly-dubbed Monster Kill Crew made it clear they would be taking down monsters for 7 billion pounds each. With that, they next traveled around the world defeating monsters. Kumonga was quickly disposed of in New Mexico, however Rodan managed to elude capture by the Monster Kill Crew in Brazil. Deciding they'd deal with Rodan later, they traveled to South Korea to get rid of Battra, who was trapped in a half-billion dollar electrified net. Boxer then decided it was time to go after Godzilla. Godzilla was attacking St. Louis at that time, but it turned out there was something else attacking nearby Tokyo, so it was decided they would go there. While crossing into Tokyo, they found out the monster in Tokyo was an amphibious dinosaur. However, it turned out that was not the only monster there, as they witnessed Rodan fly right in front of them.
Weapons, vehicles, and races
- Edinburg, Scotland
- Edinburgh Castle
- United States
- Taos, New Mexico
- St. Louis, Missouri
- Sao Paulo, Brazil
- Yongsan Garrison, Seoul, South Korea
- Tokyo, Japan
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