Godzilla #14

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Dark Horse's Godzilla, King of the Monsters
Issue #13
Issue #14
Issue #15
"To Climb the Highest Monster!"
Cover of issue #14 by Chris Scalf
Written by Eric Fein
Cover by Chris Scalf
Pencils by Gordon Purcell
Colors by Tom Roberts
Letters by Clem Robins
Edits by Randy Stradley
Design by Mark Cox
Dark Horse

"To Climb the Highest Monster!" is the fourteenth issue of Dark Horse's Godzilla. It was released on July 1, 1996.[1]


This issue originally was sold for $2.95.[1]


Dr. Kagaku, the leader of G-Force, has created a device that is sure to stop Godzilla in his tracks. That's the good news. The bad news is, somebody must place the device, with pinpoint accuracy, on Godzilla himself! Ordinarily, this would be a dangerous job. But to attempt it while the King of the Monsters is in the midst of a destructive rampage is suicidal! Grab a rope and strap on your crampons, your mission is "To Climb the Highest Monster"![1]


Godzilla makes landfall in the South Pacific. G-Force follows him, planning to mount Nervous System Suppressors on Godzilla to shock him into unconsciousness. To do this, Kino and Take' will have to climb Godzilla's body and mount the electrodes on Godzilla's skull. While Helzer and Reiko distract Godzilla with the VTOL, Kino and Take' mount the monster's body with grappling hooks.

Wearing radiation suits, they climb Godzilla's back. While climbing, a parasitic sea louse, mutated by Godzilla's radiation, attacks Kino, barely being fought off. The electrodes are mounted and as Kino and Take' parachute off Godzilla, Dr. Kagaku shocks the monster. The impact of Godzilla's fall activates the island's volcano, the hot lava awakening the monster. After attacking the volcano and removing the electrodes, Godzilla returns to the sea, leaving G-Force to deal with the angry islanders.



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