Godzilla: Aftershock

Godzilla: Aftershock

Godzilla: King of the Monsters graphic novel tie-in with exclusive Art Adams variant cover

The official prequel graphic novel tie-in for the upcoming Warner Brothers/Legendary Entertainment film, Godzilla: King of the Monsters. This version features and exclusive Art Adams cover.

Title:Godzilla: Aftershock
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781681160573
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    Godzilla: Aftershock Reviews

  • Mavis Ros

    You know, this should have been included in the film. To make it more logic. But that’s just all in my head....

  • Mauri Luna

    Pros: -I enjoyed the art work. Clearly the size of the pages doesn’t do Godzilla justice, but some of the illustrations wonderfully represente how majestic Godzilla’s design is. -If you are into d...

  • Honesty

    Update : Okay, so it's not just Dr. Russell's same bland expression that bothered me, although as often as they zoomed in on her face it did nothing to boost the story's graphic appeal. It's the fact...

  • Nate

    Hot garbage! This tie in graphic novel's lazy art is equally matched by it's half assed story telling that could only be enjoyed by they eight or nine people on earth who didn't think Godzilla: King o...

  • Anthony Wendel

    Many comic tie-ins are not worth checking out. This book is one of the exceptions where it helps to add to the story and world-building of the film. A great companion piece for the building Monsterver...

  • Raymond Just

    Not well executed and adds nothing new to the story arc. And instead of trying to tie the story into a new antagonist(s) for Gozdzilla, it falls back to the poorly crafted "Muto" creature from the 201...

  • Jean-Francois Boivin

    Is this more a sequel to 2014's GODZILLA, or a prequel to 2019's GODZILLA: KING OF THE MONSTERS? It's both. Even has a small cameo by Houston Brooks from KONG: SKULL ISLAND....

  • Will Cullen

    Just a fun backgrounder on the Edwards/MONARCH Godzilla....

  • Mr. Mustela frenata

    3.38...

  • Scott Williams

    There’s not much to this story but it does connect the dots between Godzilla (2014) and King of the Monsters (2019). The likenesses of the actors are pretty great — especially Vera Farmiga....