RICH REVIEWS: Godzilla: Monsters & Protectors # 1
Title: Godzilla: Monsters & Protectors # 1
Writer: Erik Burnham
Artist: Dan Schoening
Colorist: Luis Antonio Delgado
Letters and Design: Nathan Widick
Price: $ 4.99 US
Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
Comments: “Rise Up! Part 1”
Cedric Nishimura is a personable boy who saved the world. The art and story are done for a younger audience. Godzilla is drawn as a big monster just he is not drawn as overly scary.
A corporation has a new form of energy and the way it is presented by the corporation spokesman you just know something is going to go wrong.
Cedric has two friends Emily Hill and Anderson Scott.
This new energy-creating plant gets Godzilla’s attention. It is attacking some ocean life and therefore a threat to all life. The Linival corporation becomes Godzilla’s target and he keeps going after its energy plants. Godzilla is a good monster here his reasons are just only to those seeing his actions he is a force of destruction.
This is a good first issue. You get to meet all the main characters. Cedric is one cool little boy. How he figures into everything that is going on is a subject of interest. He is the focus of this comic with Godzilla playing second fiddle which makes this unique and stands out from other comics of the King of Monsters. Godzilla though does stand tall and he is still the King and here he rises up to help save the world.