Kong: King of Skull Island
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Kong: King of Skull Island is a 160 page novel written by Brad Strickland and John Michlig and illustrated by Joe DeVito in 2005. It is an official sequel and prequel to Strickland and DeVito's 2005 rewrite of the 1932 novelization of the original 1933 film King Kong authorized by the estate of Kong's creator, Merian C. Cooper.
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"In 1933, American showman Carl Denham returned from a mysterious, hidden island with a priceless treasure. A treasure not gold or jewels, but the island's barbaric god, a monstrous anthropoid called "Kong." The savage giant escaped and wreaked havoc among the man-made canyons of Manhattan, but within hours of the giant ape's death his body - and Carl Denham - disappeared. Twenty-five years later, the son of Carl Denham makes a shocking discovery that leads him back to the site of his father's greatest adventure and to the answers that will unlock the century's greatest mystery and history's greatest miracle. Authorized by the Cooper Estate and based on the original novel that inspired the all-time classic film. This new novel acts as both prequel and sequel to the classic fantasy tale, King Kong. Acclaimed fantasy artist Joe DeVito and top fantasy and science-fiction writer Brad Strickland join forces to make for an interactive visual-narrative storytelling experience unlike any other."
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- This novel ignores the events of the 1933 film Son of Kong, in which Skull Island was completely destroyed by an earthquake that sank both it and its inhabitants beneath the sea less than a year after the events of the original film.
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