Godzilla King of the Monsters #6
 Arthur Adams
Pencils: Tatsuya Ishida Inks: Daniel Rivera
Language: English Release: 1995
Publisher: Dark Horse Comics Pages: 32
Colors: Albert Deschesne Cover: Arthur Adams, Kevin Maguire
Monster Appearances: Aliens, SDF, & Misc Appearances:
Godzilla, All-Terraintula Dianii, Dianii Ship, V.T.O.L., Black Hole Aliens
Anthony Romero
The second comic in the Dianii alien hunters story arc, which sets up a lot of what's yet to come in the new two issues.

Arthur Adams is, once again, in charge of the story this time around; unfortunately, this is arguably the most boring entry in the four issue story arc. This, however, doesn't mean that the issue is unimportant. It just means that this comic sets up the battle between the Dianii and Godzilla; while in the next issue the fight will actually commence. The dialogue is decent here, although Kino is given some rather out-of-character lines (like: "Whatever!").

The artwork is on par with the previous issue, and, like the previous comic, gives the human cast a very different appearance than in the initial four issues; in fact, the Colonel is looking more and more M. Bison-ish, from Capcom's Street Fighter series, with each issue. The coloring is acceptable here with very few flaws; however, there is one panel with some coloring that is noticeably off, which is when we see the pilots of the All-Terraintula. The cover, while not quite up to par with previous issues, is once again one of the best parts of the issue. While Godzilla himself has certainly looked better on previous covers, the Dianii look very impressive as they confront the King of the Monsters.

Overall, since the arc as a whole is pretty solid, worth checking out to make sure you get the full story.