Godzilla comes to comic stores near you in March. He will be joined for the first time ever by some of his past allies and enemies in Godzilla: Monster World, most notably Mothra, Rodan and King Ghidorah. The series will be published by IDW and Tokyo Co., written by co-writers Eric Powell (winner of the 2005 Eisner Award for the Goon) and Tracy Marsh. The art for the series will be done by Phil Hester. The first issue will also feature two covers, one wraparound cover by Eric Powell and the other by Alex Ross (artist for Kingdom Come and Justice). The premise for the story is that the world is on the verge of apocalypse (but when is it not with big monsters like Godzilla roaming our soils?). There are no super heroes, just regular people, and the series promises to introduce new material as well as familiar takes from the Godzilla movies. Hopefully fans will be pleased when their old-school monster is revitalized again in the world of comics.
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