Godzilla King of the Monsters #6
 Doug Moench
Pencils: Herb Trimpe Inks: Herb Trimpe
Language: English Release: 1978
Publisher: Marvel Comics Pages: 32
Colors: Phil Rachelson Cover: Herb Trimpe
Monster Appearances: Aliens, SDF, & Misc Appearances:
Godzilla, Red Ronin Behemoth
Anthony Romero
This issue documents the ongoing struggle between Godzilla and SHIELD, who manage to successfully gas the nuclear menace long enough to carry him off in the Behemoth and imprison the beast. As one would expect, this doesn't last long, and the King of the Monsters breaks from his prison and leaves the issue on a cliff hanger ready to be resolved by the next. Overall, this issue is a bridge for the series, with not a whole lot happening but does work to give some background to the Red Ronin character that would later appear, which in turn makes it the most fleshed out of Marvel's creations for the series.

In regards to the art showcased in this issue, Herb Trimpe takes over both penciling and inking duties and does an acceptable job. Godzilla sometimes looks lackluster in a few panels, but nothing too severe. The coloring, at least for this era, is mostly spot on as well and serviceable.