Godzilla: Rage Across Time
Godzilla: Rage Across Time (ゴジラ：レイジ・アクロス・タイム is a comic book miniseries from Gojira: Reiji Akurosu Taimu)IDW Publishing. The series was first announced by SciFi Japan on May 18, 2016. Its first issue was released in August, one month after the closure of IDW's previous miniseries, Godzilla: Oblivion. Godzilla: Rage Across Time followed the model of Godzilla in Hell, with each issue featuring a new creative team. The first issue was written by Jeremy Robinson (Project Nemesis) with art by Matt Frank, marking his first non-cover illustrative work on a Godzilla comic since Godzilla: Rulers of Earth #25. The first issue featured covers from Bob Eggleton, Matt Frank and Ulises Fariñas. Like each of IDW's previous Godzilla miniseries, Godzilla: Rage Across Time was five issues in length, and ran from August 24 to November 23, 2016. It was collected as a trade paperback containing all five issues after it ended. Godzilla: Rage Across Time was the last new Godzilla comic published by IDW until 2021.
Godzilla: Rage Across Time was released as a translated collected volume in Japan at the end of May 2019 by PHASE6, who previously released Godzilla: Rulers of Earth in Japan. It will be republished in English as part of the Godzilla: Unnatural Disasters trade paperback in May 2021, along with Godzilla: Legends and Godzilla in Hell.
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Limited edition Japanese trade paperback cover art by Matt Frank
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- Godzilla: Rage Across Time was the last new American Godzilla comic published until Godzilla: Aftershock in May 2019.
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