IDW Solicits Godzilla: World of Monsters Trade Paperback For August 2021
Source: IDW Publishing
IDW Publishing has announced solicitations for the trade paperback Godzilla: World of Monsters, which will be available in August. The King of Monsters reigns supreme, no matter the timeline or world, in this compendium collecting three graphic novels — Gangsters & Goliaths by John Layman and Alberto Ponticelli, Cataclysm by Cullen Bunn and Dave Wachter, and Oblivion by Joshua Fialkov and Brian Churilla!
First, in Gangsters & Goliaths, monster recognizes monster, which quickly becomes obvious when Godzilla collides head on with the Yakuza-dominated Tokyo underworld. In Cataclysm, does any hope remain for humanity in an apocalyptic future devastated by never-ending kaiju attacks? And, when a reckless scientist opens a portal to an alternate dimension ruled by Godzilla and his brethren, a single baby kaiju stowaway could spell disaster for our monster-free world, in Oblivion.
Godzilla: World of Monsters TPB
Writers: John Layman, Cullen Bunn, Joshua Fialkov
Artists: Alberto Ponticelli, Dave Wachter, Brian Churilla
Cover: James Stokoe
Tentative In-Store Date: August 2016
Dimensions: 6.625” x 10.187
Cover Price: $29.99
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