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Godzilla: Here There Be Dragons #3 Review

Godzilla: Here There Be Dragons #3 Review

Godzilla: Here There Be Dragons #3 Review

Godzilla: Here There Be Dragons #3 Review
Written by: Frank Tieri
Art by: Inaki Miranda
Colors by: Eva De La Cruz
Published by: IDW Publishing

Ahem. GODZILLA AND PIRATES! GODZILLA AND PIRATES! FRICKIN’ GODZILLA AND FRICKIN’ PIRATES! Did I mention Godzilla and pirates? Oh my heart, she is happy. Things I love (a non-exhaustive list): Godzilla and you guessed it! Pirates! Thank you to everyone involved in the creation of this beautiful book for I am forever your disciple. 

Before we step into Issue 3’s story, I just want to say how visually stunning this book is. From the art style to the monster creation to the subtleties, to the color choices? 10/10. Absolutely cannot give a single point of feedback because as far as I’m concerned the story could be told no other way. 

Issue 3 starts as many pirate tales don’t but also do. A pirate, saved from the gallows by someone on high to serve a purpose. In this case? Sus out who exactly amongst the royal family is part of a monster-worshiping cult. See? See? This is just amazing. Throughout this story’s history, Kaiju have appeared- worshiped and feared by civilizations for centuries. From China, to the Aztecs, to Egypt, and now to Spain (and England?). 

I do not want to give this a less-than-full review, but I need you to read this because I need someone to fangirl with. I want you to pick up this at your local purveyor of comic book and comic book accessories, I want you to read it, and I want you to make the embarrassing squeals I did while reading this. I want someone to be like, “Holy crap, Francis Frickin’ Drake AND Kaiju?!” so I can say, “SIC PARVIS MAGNA am I right?!” Which, if you know Francis Drake, is a phrase he used that was also popularized by the video game Uncharted. 

Issue 3 has sold me on the whole premise of this series to the point where I’m putting it on my pull list. I say this often but this time I actually emailed the store I go to, at 9 p.m., asking to have it pulled. Where’s the animated series? Where’s the questionable live-action movie? Very few things have gotten me so pumped for the next issue that I don’t know what to do with all this energy. 

If you get reports of a Michigan woman terrorizing her apartment complex pretending to be Godzilla, it definitely wasn’t me.

Sabrina A. Clark
Sabrina A. Clark

Sabrina A. Clark

Do I know Sabrina? Sabrina…Sabrina….Oh, you mean her? Yeahh. She’s wild. Homegirl throws solo dance parties in her bedroom. She writes like nobody’s reading…because they aren’t (yet). She is an award winning baker, and has seen every episode of every season of ALL the Star Treks, and Stargates except Stargate Universe because it wasn’t right. Perpetual teenager. 4’11 of sass and sarcasm. She’s obsessed with cats. Single if you can believe it. All around nerd, and just too weird for her own good. AND SHE’S PROUD OF IT? 

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