- Publisher: Idea and Design Works LLC (2012)
- ASIN: B007AUNNW0
- Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars See all reviews (1 customer review)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,660,827 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Godzilla Legends #4 Comic – 2012
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Growing up a fan of dinosaurs and monsters, Chris finished living out his dream by writing what is soon to be the longest-running Godzilla series in comic history, Godzilla: Rulers of Earth. He also has written an issue for the Godzilla: Legends miniseries and helps out as a Creative Consultant for IDW's Godzilla titles.
Chris lives in San Diego, CA... finally in an apartment that doesn't seem to be haunted.
Top Customer Reviews
The plot is simple and to the point, with each monster getting a chance to shine. It drops us in the middle of an already well-established universe. And, again like Issue #1, this doesn't hurt the story at all. Mechagodzilla's crew, is a fun and believable bunch of characters without any really groan-inducing dialogue.
the art is just downright gorgeous. Not only does it help sell the grim atmosphere of the story, but at times it looks almost photorealistic. I thought it would be hard to top Matt Frank's art in Godzilla Legends Issue #1, but Su and Tramontano have done just that. The opening, full-page shot of Mechagodzilla landing is one of the best pages ever, art-wise, in IDW's Godzilla-related history.