Category:Godzilla (Marvel)

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According to the research of Dr. Yuriko Takiguchi, Godzilla was spawned during Pacific nuclear bomb tests in the 1950s

Per Takiguchi's original account, the first recorded moment when the monster attacked Tokyo was in 1956. Records of the creature by the creature after that point are spotty at best. However, Godzilla eventually became trapped in ice off the coast of Alaska and only managed to break free during the modern age. With the creature cutting a swath of destruction across the northern state, the spy agency known as S.H.I.E.L.D. formed a new Godzilla Squad to try and stop the monster. This squad included S.H.I.E.L.D. veterans Dum Dum Dugan and Jimmy Woo along with Dr. Takiguchi, his grandson Robert, and scientist Tamara Hashioka. Although they failed to stop the creature in Alaska, the Godzilla Squad vowed to stop the monster no matter what.

Travelling down the Pacific coast, Godzilla resurfaced in Washington State where it went on a rampage in Seattle before being repelled by S.H.I.E.L.D.'s Godzilla force.[3] It next appeared in San Francisco bay where it clashed with the local super-hero group known as the Champions. S.H.I.E.L.D.'s Godzilla Squad also arrived on the scene with new tech developed by Stark Industries to try and stop the creature. Although Godzilla was driven back out to sea again, it was not before the Godzilla Squad Helicarrier was sent crashing into the Golden Gate Bridge. Out in the Pacific, Godzilla encountered the mutated beast known as Batragon. Forcing the other monster to flee, Godzilla followed it to the island of its creator Doctor Demonicus, who was creating his monsters on the island with the help of his Lifestone meteorite. As the Godzilla Squad arrived on the scene, Godzilla slew Batragon. Furious, Demonicus unleashed his other creatures Ghilaron, Lepirax, and Centipor upon Godzilla. While the so-called King of the Monsters slew the Doctor's creations one at a time, S.H.I.E.L.D.'s Godzilla Squad shut down his operation and took him into custody, allowing Godzilla to escape their grasp once again.

Other Appearances[edit]

  • Iron Man Vol 1 193, April, 1985
  • Iron Man Vol 1 194, May, 1985
  • Iron Man Vol 1 196, July, 1985
  • Thing Vol 1 31, January, 1986
  • West Coast Avengers Annual Vol 2 6, June, 1991
  • Mighty Avengers Vol 1 1, May, 2007