ebirahsmeg1 wrote:I'll reserve judgement until this title comes out, but sorry, I'm not really buying into the whole "Bounty Hunter" angle. I appreciate them trying something new/original, but the idea of "Bounty Hunters" trying to take down giant monsters than not even whole armies or Nuclear weapons are able to destroy is really stretching it and seems far fetched even for a Godzilla story...not to mention it somewhat trivializes the true power of these great beasts. I do appreciate Bobby Curnow for trying to apparently make this title better than the dreadful KOM series (though I think putting this series in the same timeline as that God awful series is a big mistake), but I'm not investing in this title until I hear feedback and reviews when the first issue comes out....
Really? I for one am looking forward to the whole Bounty Hunter angle.
I get what you're feeling though. I was skeptical of Gangsters and Goliaths before it came out. Cops, Gangsters, and Giant Monsters never were an expected mix, but with a good creative team, they managed to pull it off. Now, it's perhaps my favorite of IDW's Godzilla comics.
I just hope GODZILLA has that same creativity that Gangsters and Goliaths had. The only thing I'm dreading is Gane's artwork. I found it a bit bland and unappealing in Legends #2. I'll give it a chance in GODZILLA though for at least it'll be associated with a (hopefully) better story than a emo kid's revenge on his bully from school.