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* AdaptationalHeroism: King Ghidorah, whilst not heroic, is certainly less antagonistic here.It's kind of fitting considering his design in the comic is based on his GMK incarnation only given a size boost.

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* AdaptationalHeroism: King Ghidorah, whilst not heroic, is certainly less antagonistic here. It's kind of fitting considering his design in the comic is based on his GMK incarnation only given a size boost.


** As Girly YaYa found out the hard way [[spoiler: it doesn't do you any good protesting military operations against giant monsters when said monsters leave you squashed like a bug]].

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** As Girly YaYa Yaya found out the hard way [[spoiler: it doesn't do you any good protesting military operations against giant monsters when said monsters leave you squashed like a bug]].

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*** Which is a case of What Could Have Been--had writer Eric Powell not left the series halfway through, it was to be revealed that those weren't the Shobijin at all--just some dolls kept by a crazy guy who THOUGHT they were mystic spirits.


* DeathOfAChild: The first issue begins with Godzilla unintentionally swallowing two kids whole when he rises from the beach. The second episode feature a boy finding Rodan's egg and wanting to feed it his neighbor's cat. The next page shows an escaping Rodan swallowing something and spitting out the boy's hockey stick, leaving the cat behind, implying Rodan ate the boy.



* InfantImmortality: Averted save for a little girl whom one of the main characters somewhat adopts. The first issue begins with Godzilla unintentionally swallowing two kids whole when he rises from the beach. The second episode feature a boy finding Rodan's egg and wanting to feed it his neighbor's cat. The next page shows an escaping Rodan swallowing something and spitting out the boy's hockey stick, leaving the cat behind, implying Rodan ate the boy.

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* KidsAreCruel: To an almost absurd degree, as many of the kids in the series are portrayed as [[EnfanteTerrible sociopathic]] or extremely bratty. Or in the case of the psychic French twins, just [[CreepyChild plain creepy]].


* RefusingToRescueTheDisliked: Sgt. Woods refuses to help the cast of the ''Jersey Shore'' Expy, letting them be trapped in their van and roasted alive by Godzilla's thermo nuclear breath.

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* RefusingToRescueTheDisliked: RefuseToRescueTheDisliked: Sgt. Woods refuses to help the cast of the ''Jersey Shore'' Expy, letting them be trapped in their van and roasted alive by Godzilla's thermo nuclear breath.

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* RefusingToRescueTheDisliked: Sgt. Woods refuses to help the cast of the ''Jersey Shore'' Expy, letting them be trapped in their van and roasted alive by Godzilla's thermo nuclear breath.


** When Steven goes up against Anguirus in [[=MechaGodzilla=]], he believes he's brought it down before his opponent gets back up and retaliates.

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** When Steven goes up against Anguirus in [[=MechaGodzilla=]], [=MechaGodzilla=], he believes he's brought it down before his opponent gets back up and retaliates.



** The people who made [[=MechaGodzilla=]] didn't even bother to put in a shielding at the back of its head. The reason it goes crazy? Godzilla shoots it there.

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** The people who made [[=MechaGodzilla=]] [=MechaGodzilla=] didn't even bother to put in a shielding at the back of its head. The reason it goes crazy? Godzilla shoots it there.


* {{Padding}}: Much of the story feels more like poor satire and what little story there is, Woods protecting Allie, just keeps repeating itself until the last few issues.


* Godzilla: Kingdom of Monsters

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* Godzilla: ''Godzilla: Kingdom of MonstersMonsters''



* ''ComicBook/GodzillaRageAcrossTime''

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* ''ComicBook/GodzillaRageAcrossTime''


In 2010, Creator/IDWPublishing acquired the rights to make a ''[[{{Franchise/GODZILLA}} Godzilla]]'' comic, this time featuring a good chunk of Godzilla's classic adversaries. There have been three ongoing series in this established universe:

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In 2010, Creator/IDWPublishing acquired the rights to make a ''[[{{Franchise/GODZILLA}} Godzilla]]'' comic, this time featuring a good chunk of Godzilla's classic adversaries. There have been three four ongoing series in this established universe:



* ''[[ComicBook/GodzillaRulersOfEarth Godzilla: Rulers of Earth]]''

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* ''[[ComicBook/GodzillaRulersOfEarth Godzilla: Rulers of Earth]]''
''ComicBook/GodzillaRulersOfEarth''
* ''ComicBook/GodzillaRageAcrossTime''


* BadAss: Steve Woods, a soldier.

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* DecompressedComic: This comic, especially the first issue, is somewhat infamous for dedicating entire pages, sometimes more, to brief, unimportant events like someone looking at a computer monitor and then running out of the room.


* ''ComicBook/GodzillaOngoing'' (later renamed Godzilla: History's Greatest Monster}

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* ''ComicBook/GodzillaOngoing'' (later renamed Godzilla: History's Greatest Monster}Monster)

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