Godzilla at World's End

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Marc Cerasini Godzilla Novels
Godzilla 2000
Godzilla at World's End
Godzilla vs. the Robot Monsters
Godzilla at World's End
Godzilla at World's End
Author Marc Cerasini
Publisher Random House
Publish Date March 31, 1998
Genre Young Adult Novels, Fiction, Science Fiction
ISBN ISBN-10: 0679888276
ISBN-13: 978-0679888277

Godzilla at World's End is a 321 page young adult novel written by Marc Cerasini in 1998.

Plot

"In the year 2001, amid the frigid ice fields of the South Pole, a group of teenage science students and a team of U.S. Army Rangers make an eerie discovery.

Miles below the surface of Antarctica, a race of ancient crystalline beings has awakened after a million years of frozen slumber. Horrified at finding their world “infected” with a human plague, these Ancient Ones create an army of virulent monsters. The evil, insectlike Megalon is let loose on Russia. Gigan, a cyborg, lays waste to South America. Manda, a gargantuan snake, invades China. And Hedorah, the Smog Monster, descends on Japan.

As Earth becomes a battleground of titanic monsters, the young scientists and soldiers at the bottom of the world must join forces with Godzilla, King of the Monsters, to become the last line of defense against a race older than humanity itself."

Appearances

Monsters

Weapons, Vehicles and Races

  • Destiny Explorer
  • Ancient Ones
  • Kamakites
  • Zoe Kemmering

Trivia

  • The IDW Publishing miniseries Godzilla: Oblivion was originally titled Godzilla: World's End. The reason for the change is unknown, but it could have been to avoid confusion with this book.[1]

References

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Astounding Beyond Belief

25 months ago
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The six pages that a news executive spends complaining about the Clinton Administration's response to the kaiju attacks in the previous book is one of the strangest moments in any Godzilla story.
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G&G-Fan

7 days ago
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I know this comment is old but that's because Marc Cerasini is very conservative. I know because I've seen a lot of things he's said on Facebook.
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Astounding Beyond Belief

7 days ago
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Yeah, I figured that out from the aforementioned six pages.
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