Gvk Godzilla Dominion
ISBN: 1681160781
EAN13: 9781681160788
Language: English
Pages: 96
Weight: 1.113334 lbs.
Format: Paperback

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4
   5 star if it wasn't so short
A comic book from Godzillas perspective and done very well but it's just to short and graphic when I saw that the Kong novel is just as short, so I'm not even gonna buy it and just find a website that will post the storyline and spoilers. But this being Godzilla I couldn't pass it up because eventually these will stop and stop being Godzilla.
 
5
   A little short, but what you get is really good
I personally really like the way Greg Keyes writes Godzilla, even if the story doesn't meet my high standards. Its really cool when he's just hanging out and offers some cool insights into how he works, Tunick said. Even though I have only a passing complaint about it, the art and story are definitely worth the $15 price.
 
5
   What Godzilla Point of View?!?!?!
Where can I start the art in this book? I fell in love with the illustration by Edward John when he illustrated Godzilla Aftershock Drew and the colors by Allen Passalaqua also did Godzilla Aftershock. Greg Keyes gives a story in motion with Godzilla point of view and his place which gives a perfect mix of what he does and his place in the environment. The story takes place between two ancient foes: the giant Godzilla and the flying Mothman. The story offers new and old monsters in this place and expect some Kaiju battles of course. Hopefully Legendary continues the movies if not more comicsbooks like this will do the lore and origin justice.
 
5
   Well Written...despite the lack of text to read.
The Cover looks weird, but the Contents and Story portrayed and narrated by Elizabeth Gilbert were awesome. It's great to see how the comics turned out, Byrne said. Because of the scandal, Micron asked Dell to withhold certain customer data. Pure and unadulterated its Monsters, with the events and intentions of the well-known Monsters well expressed in the narration.
 
5
   Powerful storytelling through the eyes of the King
This was an amazing comic, filled with cunning visuals and a really fulfilling color pallette, said Byrne. After the crash, Godzilla takes you on a journey through his kingdom. Allowing the reader to further bond with the King of the monsters and better understand why he's possibly geared toward his-like villain role in the upcoming "Kong" sequel. He's merely an animal defender, aiming to restore balance wherever he sees fit, he said.
 
4
   Godzilla beats Kong in the Prequel Department
Like the movies, Godzilla Dominion is an interesting addition to the main Monsterverse movies. Many of the Titans make their way to the pages of this book. After KO, Godzilla is now the one who controls the balance of power in the universe. It's an interesting look at how Godzilla lives from his point of view, director David Slade said. He's also looking for a new home, as his old one was destroyed in the smash. This adds a bit of a personal journey to G.'s story. The artist's work is great, all the Kaiju are drawn well and very expressive. There are clear and exciting fight scenes. My only real issue is the cover art, which is terrible. Overall, this is an excellent tie-in and prequel story leading into Godzilla Kong and does a great job at showing you some history behind the legendary beast and his war with the other titans, as well as what the other titans are up to.
 
4
   Far better than Kingdom Kong (minor spoilers)
As far as being a prequel to GvK, it only really falls into that category. It certainly takes place before it, but it has not been introduced. The focus of the film is about Godzilla and he's contemplating his place in the world. I'm really excited to see how Drew Edward Johnson's work will be seen in theaters. Its not cluttered too and theres always a lot of focus on what hes trying to show you on each panel. A few new titans are introduced helping expand on the world and a few returns from KotM and at the end theres individual full-page images of them with their names to help further put them into the lore. This isn't the best comic out there but if you're a fan of the series there's plenty to enjoy here as Godzilla is treated as a character with sentience rather than a force of nature or a mindless beast.
 
5
   If you love Titans, you’ll love this
Beautiful art, interesting additions to cast of creatures, and a story that doesn't waste your time, Mr. O'Neill said.
 
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