Godzilla King of the Monsters #3
 Kevin Maguire
Pencils: Brandon McKinney Inks: Scott Reed
Language: English Release: 1995
Publisher: Dark Horse Comics Pages: 32
Colors: Albert Deschesne Cover: Arthur Adams
Monster Appearances: Aliens, SDF, & Misc Appearances:
Godzilla, Bagorah, Cybersaur F-15 Jets, Type 90 Tanks, Type 75 MSSR, Black Hole Aliens
Anthony Romero
This third entry in the series introduces one of Dark Horse's better-done creations in their Godzilla comic line, Bagorah; a bat-like space creature capable of emitting a sonic-based attack from its throat. Bagorah doesn't actually fight Godzilla in this issue, as the cover might lead one to think; instead, the story revolves around introducing Bagorah and its fight with Cybersaur. Despite the false promise of a battle between Godzilla and the space monster, this issue is fairly entertaining. The issue takes a more traditional approach in handling the new monster, having him briefly fight Cybersaur as his sonic power is revealed, and then facing off against the metal monster again near the end of the issue before Godzilla awakes to lead into Godzilla King of the Monsters #4. The dialogue here is adequate, a little better than the previous issues. The artwork, however, appears to be on a downward spiral. It's even worse than last issue and the difference in quality between the first is more than apparent. Coloring is about on par with Godzilla King of the Monsters #2, which means not as detailed or precise as it could be. The cover, on the other hand, is once again awe-inspiring as Arthur Adams gives a very detailed, however misleading, shot of Godzilla and Bagorah facing off with the fallen Cybersaur in the background and Type 90 Tanks on the ground.