Justice League vs. Godzilla vs. Kong #2

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Justice League vs. Godzilla vs. Kong #2
Main Cover of Justice League vs. Godzilla vs. Kong #2 by Drew Johnson
Written by Brian Buccellato
Art by Christian Duce
Cover by
  • Drew Johnson (Main Cover)
  • David Nakayama (Variant Covers)
  • Francesco Mattina (1:25 Variant Cover)
  • Dustin Nguyen (1:50 Variant Cover)
Colors by Luis Guerrero
Letters by Richard Starkings, Jimmy Betancourt
Edits by Ben Abernarthy, Robert Napton
DC Comics
Legendary Comics
Justice League vs. Godzilla vs. Kong

Justice League vs. Godzilla vs. Kong #2 is a comic book from DC Comics and Legendary Comics. It was published on November 21, 2023.


Legendary's Monsterverse has been unleashed on the DC Universe, and cities are threatened across the globe! From Metropolis to Gotham City to Themyscira, the Justice League scrambles to protect the citizens from these raging titans! What role has the Legion of Doom played in all this monster madness, and how will the tide of battle change... when a hero falls?![1]


Superman tries to reason with Godzilla and take their battle away from Metropolis, but soon realizes the monster is set on a fight. He tries to grab Godzilla's tail, only to be swatted away, crashing into a building. Superman flies out to reengage Godzilla while the Flash evacuates the building's inhabitants and Supergirl, Wonder Woman, Hawkgirl, Green Lantern, and Green Arrow assemble to assist the Kryptonian. When Lantern asks if they should figure out where the Legion of Doom went instead, Wonder Woman reminds him that the situation at hand is urgent. Cyborg then reports that three other Titans have appeared in major cities: Scylla in Central City, Camazotz in Gotham City, and Behemoth in Themyscira. Realizing they need to divide and conquer, the Justice League calls upon all available heroes. Hawkgirl heads to Superman's location; Supergirl, the Flash, and Green Lantern fly to Central City; Wonder Woman, Wonder Girl, and Green Arrow head to Themyscira; and Batman, Robin, Nightwing, the Red Hood, Batgirl, Batwoman, Black Canary, and Cyborg intercept Camazotz in Gotham. On their way, Wonder Woman and Green Arrow stumble across Skull Island, much to their confusion. Green Arrow offers to investigate the island while Wonder Woman and Wonder Girl take care of Behemoth, which the Amazon reluctantly accepts.

Inside the facility on Skull Island, the Cheetah and Black Manta check to see if the rest of their team are accounted for. Captain Cold has reported in at Central City and Gorilla Grodd is on his way back to their base. The whereabouts of Lex Luthor and the Toyman are still unknown, but Giganta was wished back to Metropolis. Black Manta explains that the stone Toyman took from the Fortress of Solitude was the Dreamstone, which is able to alter realities at will and is responsible for the monsters being transported to their world. Back in Metropolis, Lex Luthor finds himself back in his Metropolis office and witnesses Superman's battle with Godzilla. After his personal assistant Mercy Graves explains the situation, he prepares to head to his bunker and demands a full download on what's going on. Hawkgirl arrives and hits Godzilla in the head with her mace, which only mildly irritates him, while Jimmy Olsen takes Lois Lane to safety.

In Gotham City, Batman and Batwoman launch missiles at Camazotz from their Batplanes, with the Titan returning fire with his sonic weapon. Batman suggests luring him away from the city while Nightwing and Batgirl save civilians from the crossfire. Batwoman emphasizes the need to find a weak point, prompting Red Hood to aim his sniper rife at his eye. Despite pleas to stop from Cyborg and the Bat Family, Red Hood scores a direct hit to the Titan's eye, who retaliates with another sonic blast. The crumbling building threatens to crush several civilians, Nightwing, Red Hood, and Batgirl, but Black Canary saves them with her sonic scream. Nightwing and Red Hood argue, with Batgirl knocking the latter out for his trouble. They regroup and plan to use Camazotz's own sonic frequency against him. Batman distracts the Titan as Cyborg and Batwoman build a sonic amplifier for Black Canary and install it on Batwoman's Batplane. Batman fires a missile at Camazotz's injured eye, causing him to emit another sonic blast and destroy his craft. As Batman ejects and safely parachutes to the ground, Cyborg pushes Batwoman's ship towards Camazotz as Black Canary screams into the amplifier, incapacitating the bat Titan and sending him crashing to the ground.

Back in Metropolis, Superman and Hawkgirl continue harassing Godzilla to buy time for the city's evacuation. Hawkgirl is swatted away by Godzilla, but is saved by Shazam. He sets her down on a rooftop while Superman uppercuts Godzilla, who retaliates with a blast of his atomic breath. Superman uses his heat vision and engages the Titan in a beam lock. Realizing they're at a standstill, Shazam tries to help by crying out "Shazam!" and striking Godzilla with a lightning bolt. This stuns Godzilla but reverts Shazam back into his normal Billy Batson form. Superman catches Billy and chastises him for doing something so risky. However, Superman takes it back and urges Billy to transform back as Godzilla fires another blast at the two. Superman shields Billy and takes the brunt of the blast, saving the boy but falling headfirst to the pavement, fatally injured. Billy calls out to him fearfully as Godzilla roars in victory.




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  • In explaining Godzilla's defeat of Superman, writer Brian Bucellato stated that Godzilla's atomic breath "has a radioactive signature similar to [K]ryptonite," Superman's greatest weakness.[2]
  • Batwoman provides an extremely accurate estimation of Camazotz's 402-foot wingspan, saying that it "must be four hundred feet."
  • Aside from covers, this is currently the only issue of Justice League vs. Godzilla vs. Kong to not include King Kong.

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This is a list of references for Justice League vs. Godzilla vs. Kong issue 2. These citations are used to identify the reliable sources on which this article is based. These references appear inside articles in the form of superscript numbers, which look like this: [1]

  1. "Justice League vs. Godzilla vs. Kong #2 Preview: DC's Monster Mash". Bleeding Cool. 17 November 2023.
  2. Buccellato, Brian (20 December 2023). "I can only speak for myself… but i love Superman and don't see things the same way. There were mitigating circumstances in the fight— and yes, Godzilla's blast has a radioactive signature similar to kryptonite. Also, the series isn't over…". X.


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