Deep in the jungles of a mysterious island,
a feral denizen of prehistory silently awaited
his explosive debut...
A pharmaceutical and television conglomerate recently
discovered soma, a new type of sedative-producing
berry, on the remote Faro Island, where it was
said that the natives worshiped a giant living
"deity". TTV Television, desperate for
a ratings boost, sent two of their best men to
Faro Island to retrieve more berries; and, in
lieu of the recent reemergence of Godzilla, they
were also on a mission to locate the legend of
Faro Island, in hopes that the story of a monster
would attract viewers to their programs.
When the TTV expedition first arrived on the
island, the natives were bent on forcing their
immediate leave. However, after Osamu Sakurai
and Kinsaburo Furue offered them gifts, in the
form of a handheld radio and a slew of cigarettes,
the natives quickly acquiesced and allowed them
to stay. Suddenly, a severe lightning storm struck,
and the natives began to bow down and chant. A
spine-chilling roar bellowed from one end of the
island to the other, and it soon became clear
that King Kong, the legendary beast of Faro Island,
was much more than just a legend...
The following day, the natives guided their guests
through the thick island brush in search of their
quarry, but a surprise rock slide forced them to
retreat. As a result of the sudden avalanche,
Kinsaburo was hurt and required a dose of the
medicinal soma. As a native boy was preparing
to procure the fluid from a hut near the outskirts
of the village, a Giant Octopus attacked the
little shack. The natives began chucking spears
at the monstrous mollusk, and the boy and his
mother just barely escaped certain doom. The octopus
frantically tore through the hut, seeking the
berry juice for which it so longed... when
suddenly, from the other side of a towering wall
of sharpened logs, a giant appeared. King Kong,
the mysterious monster "deity" of which
the natives had warned, finally arrived in full
Kong tore through the man-made barrier, tossing rumble at his multi-armed foe. Closing the distance between them, Kong attempted to grapple with the oceanic beast, only for the Giant Octopus to latch on to his face. The skirmish was short lived, though, as Kong tossed his attacker to the ground. The Faro Island deity then hurled
two boulders at the aggressor, prompting the Giant
Octopus to flee. Grasping four jars
of berry juice, the enormous ape drugged himself
until he was comatose. In this state, it was relatively
easy to restrain and ship the beast back to Japan.
The Japanese Self-Defense Force caught up with
the transport vessel and ordered Mr. Tako, the
president of TTV, to return Kong to Faro Island.
Alas, federal law wasn't enough to route the monster,
for Kong awoke and started to flail. The explosives
aboard his raft were detonated; but Kong survived,
and he began to head straight for his instinctive
When the two titans met on dry land, Godzilla's
atomic ray got the better of Kong. After having his stomach lighting singed, the massive
ape retreated. Eventually, the ape resurfaced in Tokyo where it interrupted a high tension wire trap that was set for Godzilla. The electrical
barricade was no match for the hideous creature,
though, for it merely amplified its strength as he absorbed
the surging electrical currents. The brute began
to wreck havoc on Tokyo, tearing apart everything
in his path. Grasping a train, he became enchanted
by the beauty of Fumiko Sakurai, the sister of
one of the men responsible for his capture earlier.
Kong brought his living trophy atop the Diet Building,
preparing to defend his honor. The SDF was desperate,
but a plan was hatched. By inserting the soma
into rockets, they were able to launch the drug
into the sky. Coupled with the reproduction of
the percussion endemic to the natives of Faro,
Kong was lulled into a deep slumber, and his hostage
Godzilla, meanwhile, was still quite unstoppable.
The military was helpless against the nuclear
leviathan, and it became clear that Kong was the
only solution. Using special wires, balloons,
and helicopters, Kong was airlifted to Mt. Fuji.
By morning, he arrived, and came face to face
with his reptilian adversary once more...
After the two terrors collided and toppled down
the mountainside, the huge ape lured Godzilla
to the other side, as he prepared to attack from
behind a rock. Though the atomic ray was an insurmountable
obstacle for Kong, he continued to chuck boulders
at his foe. When he tried to roll toward Godzilla,
the scaly menace dodged the attack and Kong's
head collided with a stone. Momentarily out, Kong arose to strike back, only for Godzilla to kick the giant ape down the hill. This lead to the monster once more colliding into a series of rocks. With his foe incapacitated, Godzilla quickly gained
the upper hand... that is, until the arrival of
a freak lightning storm.
Rejuvenated by the static discharges, Kong attacked
Godzilla with an even greater ferocity than before.
They laid ruin to civilization before they made
their final plummet from a cliff into the ocean.
Their savage brawl generated a terrible earthquake,
but the chaos soon subsided...
Bobbing his head out of the water, Kong signaled
a silent success, as it became all too clear that
Godzilla's fate was a virtual uncertainty. Exhausted,
yet victorious, King Kong returned to his island
home in peace.