Kong of Skull Island #12

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Kong of Skull Island
Issue #11
Issue #12
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BOOM! Studios
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Cover A of issue #12 by Kim Mayatt
Kong of Skull Island #12
Story by James Asmus
Art by Carlos Magno
Colors by Brad Simpson
Letters by Ed Dukeshire
Edits by Dafna Pleban
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Kong of Skull Island #12 is a comic book by BOOM! Studios. It was released on June 21, 2017.

Plot

In the rampage, Ewata protects K'in from madness by filling a cloth with clarity scents and wrapping it over his mouth and nose. She climbs on his back and they ride to the citadel, where Aguul was attempting to assert his stance that the Kong were evil, and tells them that K'in's mother had taken K'vanni before he is impaled and dismembered by a Pteranodon. Gret enters the Citadel, where he admits to the conspirators that he plans to destroy all that they had built in order to restore peace to the Tagu-Atu. Elsewhere, Ewata and K'in discover his mother, whom Ewata refers to as Ghost, with her herd of Deahtrunners circling K'vanni in a cage made of bones. K'in, whom Ghost refers to as Kh'iid, then fights off the Deathrunners, as K'in tackles his mother onto a skeleton, the bones of which impale her on the ground. Ewata then disperses the Deathrunners and is reunited with K'vanni. Gret then destroys the pipes that are sending the madness scent into the mine tunnels and to the coast, where Valla is defending the humans by taking down her fellow Kong. Gret destroys the conspirators' food supply so that they will be forced to return to the village and admit to their crimes. B'san then tries to kill Gret in order to blame the affair on him, but is killed. The Storyteller Sani then prevented the Tagu-Atu archers from slaying Valla, but suffers a heart attack in the process. Ewata, K'vanni, K'in, and the conspirators return to the village to find the wall breached and Valla and the villagers mourning the death of the Storyteller. The conspirators are pardoned, either out of mercy or sickness of bloodshed, and all of the remaining Kong are banished into the Island out of reverence and fear of what they were capable of. The tradition to make offerings to the Kong is ten started with rejected or unnoticed baskets of fruit. K'vanni then assumed the throne as a reward for her fair and level-headedness during the conflict, and elected Ewata as her "sword". During her reign, K'vanni sees that the Kong are treated with the respect and reverence of gods.

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