DARK HORSE DAY

In 'Godzilla: Kingdom Of Monsters' (2011) #1, Godzilla terrorizes the citizens of Japan.
In ‘Godzilla: Kingdom Of Monsters’ (2011) #1, Godzilla terrorizes the citizens of Japan. Photo/Dark Horse Comics

IN ORIGINS

Tokyo, Japan

The Japanese army has just embarked on a new form of war. A war against the Apocalypse. From the depths of the Pacific Ocean, a new, monstrous threat of gigantic proportions has just emerged.

On the beaches of Tokyo, a monster we call Godzilla has just appeared. The monster has overcome our fighter jets and we have been authorized to use a nuclear attack to take it down.

undefinedIn 'Godzilla: Kingdom Of Monsters' (2011) #1, Godzilla takes a nuclear blast.
In ‘Godzilla: Kingdom Of Monsters’ (2011) #1, Godzilla takes a nuclear blast. Photo/Dark Horse Comics

The monster could not be put down! The nuclear blast only made it stronger. It got a new power: atomic breath!

Godzilla rained fire on the citizens of Tokyo, trampling, destroying everything. What will our beloved leaders do?

What is atomic breath? Read on!

His trademark attack is his “Atomic Ray,” which is capable of devastating roughly one quarter of Tokyo in a single blast. A not so well known ability is to project a field of nuclear energy from his body, which is called a nuclear pulse.

Godzilla (Character), Comic Vine
In 'Godzilla: Kingdom Of Monsters' (2011) #1, Godzilla destroys Tokyo with atomic breath.
In ‘Godzilla: Kingdom Of Monsters’ (2011) #1, Godzilla destroys Tokyo with atomic breath. Photo/Dark Horse Comics

SOURCES

Godzilla: Kingdom Of Monsters in Gojipedia King Of The Wikis.

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