Godzilla King of the Monsters #7
 Doug Moench
Pencils: Herb Trimpe Inks: Fred Kida
Language: English Release: 1978
Publisher: Marvel Comics Pages: 32
Colors: Jance Cohen Cover: Ernie Chan
Monster Appearances: Aliens, SDF, & Misc Appearances:
Godzilla, Red Ronin Behemoth
Anthony Romero
After SHIELD's failed attempt to contain the King of the Monsters, Godzilla breaks free and threatens a nearby stockpile of nuclear warheads. The international organization attempts to stop the beast, yet their conventional weapons prove ineffective while a new mech, Red Ronin, springs into action, piloted by the Robert Takiguchi who was able to mentally control the machine. The two behemoths square off for a confrontation, as the issue is left on a cliff hanger.

In terms of the art in this comic, it's standard fare for this series. Herb Trimpe and Fred Kida do a good job with the military hardware in this issue, which is mostly related to the Behemoth. Godzilla looks uneven in its portrayal, but this is expected, while the Red Ronin is generally rendered with a good level of consistency, more so than later issues with the character.