Godzilla King of the Monsters #14 - Comic Book - Marvel - 1978


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From 1977 through 1979, Godzilla starred in a 24-issue run of comics written by Doug Moench, drawn by Herb Trimpe, and published by Marvel Comics entitled Godzilla, King of the Monsters. The series thrusts Godzilla completely into the Marvel Universe. In a nod to King Kong vs. Godzilla, Godzilla first appears by exploding out of an iceberg near Alaska; although, how the prehistoric creature came to be trapped again in ice is never revealed. Over the course of the series, he crosses the continental United States and eventually ends up in New York City.

See Also: Godzilla King of the Monsters #22 - Comic Book - Marvel - 1979 / Godzilla King of the Monsters #24 - Comic Book - Marvel - 1979

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