Godzilla King of the Monsters #11
 Alex Cox
Pencils: Brandon McKinney Inks: Andrew Pepoy
Language: English Release: 1996
Publisher: Dark Horse Comics Pages: 28
Colors: Perry McNamee Cover: Bob Eggleton
Monster Appearances: Aliens, SDF, & Misc Appearances:
Godzilla Mason's Vessel
James Webster
Continuing the time traveling story by Dark Horse, Professor Madison is brought to the year 2299, just as the well-placed Godzilla begins to attack the Titanic in the past. The professor's plan was to have the saurian rise from the infamous iceberg and level the ship, leaving the hull torn to spill its precious jewels and gold from the guests into the sea, leaving them there for retrieval by Madison's men. Fortunately for him, another business opportunity arises from the people of the future. A fellow named Snibor and his partner in crime run a big game show, in which the winners get exotic animals as prizes—that is, until they started going extinct. The two agree to pay Professor Madison very handsomely for his retrieval of what they desire.

The story, again, begins to take a downfall unfortunately with Madison now being a mere animal poacher of sorts. Lucky for the reader though, the drawing and bright vibrant colors are appeasing to the eye. The dialogue leaves a lot to be desired, but honestly, how realistic can one make it with such a hokey plot? Saving grace as always though, is the superb cover of Godzilla releasing his energy beam. Big props go out to Bob Eggleton as always for his work.