Godzilla #11

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Dark Horse's Godzilla, King of the Monsters
Issue #10
Issue #11
Issue #12
"Terror on the Titanic!"
Cover of issue #11 by Bob Eggleton
Written by Alex Cox
Cover by Bob Eggleton
Pencils by Brandon McKinney
Colors by Perry McNamee
Letters by Clem Robins
Edits by Randy Stradley
Design by Mark Cox
Dark Horse

"Terror on the Titanic!" is the eleventh issue of Dark Horse's Godzilla, King of the Monsters. It was released on May 1, 1996.[1]


This issue originally was sold for $2.50.[1]


Every school-child knows that the famous 1906 San Francisco earthquake was caused by...Godzilla? That may be how history is rewritten if the unstable Professor Mason puts his two new weapons to use, the first being a time machine and the second being the King of the Monsters! It's up to G-Force to head off Godzilla's destructive historical rampage - but can mere humans repair history once Godzilla has thoroughly trampled it?[1]


As Kino and Take' flee the San Francisco earthquake, Godzilla appears within an iceberg in the North Atlantic in 1912. Kino and Take' arrive on the deck of the Titanic when G-Force convinces Dixon to tell them Mason's next target. Kino and Take' try to deter Godzilla from attacking with an energy weapon. As Mason prepares to collect the ship's loot, he and his sub are teleported to the far future of 2299. The Futurians ask that Mason bring them exotic animals from the past, especially Godzilla. Mason agrees to help them.

Meanwhile, Godzilla's attack alters history and he is credited with the sinking of the Titanic. As Godzilla again disappears, Kino and Take' along with two Titanic passengers are transported back to the present. Mason and his men loot a Victorian zoo while Godzilla rampages through the city. Helzer and Meltev arrive and try to stop Godzilla with a sonic cannon. As they drive him away, Mason hurriedly transports his men, the animals and Godzilla to the future.



Weapons, vehicles, and races

  • G-Force
  • RMS Titanic
  • Cluster Harmony Nine Citizens
  • Servidroids


  • Doctor Kazushi Kagaku
  • Doctor Reiko Kagaku
  • Také Fukuda
  • Kino (Tadihisa Kinoshita)
  • Burton Helzer
  • Dixon
  • Professor Elmer Mason
  • Yrdez
  • Snibor






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