Godzilla in Hell #1
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Godzilla in Hell #1 was released on July 15, 2015.
Description[edit | edit source]
"Godzilla meets his greatest adversary of all time — the impossible tortures of Hell! Each issue of this special miniseries will see Godzilla enter a new level of the underworld to do battle with the impossible."
Plot[edit | edit source]
After falling down from the mouth of Hell, Godzilla slams into the vestibule and awakens, being greeted by an enormous rock tower rising from the ground with the famous line "ABANDON ALL HOPE YE WHO ENTER HERE." Godzilla destroys the tower and moves on, passing through two cities with alien architecture before coming across a nuclear reactor. Peering inside, he is ambushed by a grotesque demon resembling a pile of organs crawling out from the smoke stacks. Godzilla dispatches the demon and moves on.
On the horizon an enormous cloud appears, made up of perhaps millions of souls, if not more, which are blown around by a tremendous storm. Godzilla walks through the cloud with difficulty but is confronted, in the "eye" of the storm, by what appears to be another Godzilla. However, it's only a disguise for another demon, this time larger, who puts up a better fight. In the end the demon attempts to devour Godzilla, which proves to be a mistake as a nuclear pulse destroys the demon from the inside out. However, the blast also weakens the ledge of Godzilla's current level, causing him to plunge off the ledge and fall deeper into Hell.
Appearances[edit | edit source]
Monsters[edit | edit source]
- Nuclear Reactor Demon
- Gigantic Soul Cloud
- Doppelgänger Demon
- King Ghidorah (EC Cover)
- Bezazelshun (EC Cover)
Locations[edit | edit source]
Gallery[edit | edit source]
Covers[edit | edit source]
"EC Comics Month" variant cover by Jeff Zornow
Scans[edit | edit source]
Godzilla inspects a copy of himself, which is really the Doppelgänger Demon in disguise
References[edit | edit source]
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