Godzilla King of the Monsters #4
 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
The fourth entry in the series wraps up Bagorah's appearance in the series, and finally gives us a fight between the bat-like space monster and Godzilla. Luckily, the final battle between the two is one of the highlights in the Dark Horse comic series. With the loss of Godzilla's ray, the two combatants are pretty evenly matched for the climax, while Godzilla is forced to be more cunning in the confrontation, and give's the writers a opportunity to play on this angle. In the final panels, this comic also hints at things to come in the following story arc featuring the Dianii. The dialogue here is, once again, adequate. The artwork and coloring are about on par with the previous issue, nothing great like in the Godzilla King of the Monsters #1, but it's not bad either. The cover art continues the trend of previous covers, as Adams gives us an amazing close up shot of the two kaiju locked in battle. While I do like the cover in Godzilla King of the Monsters #3 better, the detail seen in Bagorah is great on that one, each is very different so it's all up to personal taste as both are excellent.