Synopsis for "Target: Godzilla! Part 3"
The alien archer fires his weapon at Godzilla while Col. Cameron and his troops, with Take’ and Kate in tow, seek to gain entrance to the space ship. The archer puts a dozen arrows into Godzilla, enraging him and causing the monster to chase the alien. The alien leads Godzilla into a trap set up by his fellows. Soon, a bolo gun is fired, binding Godzilla’s legs together.
At the space ship, Cameron’s men are unable to gain access to the ship and one of them is zapped dead by the ship’s forcefield, horrifying Take’ and Kate. The aliens throw an electrified net over Godzilla, stunning the downed monster. Another alien with a spear leaps onto Godzilla, impaling him with the weapon. Godzilla slams the alien into the ground and rolls on top of him, impaling the hunter on some of the arrows still embedded in Godzilla’s body.
Back at the ship, another alien appears and threatens Cameron's men, but the soldiers shock the alien into unconsciousness. Col. Cameron then reveals to Take' and Kate that he and his troops are Simeons, the ape-like aliens from the Third Planet of the Black Hole and they are still planning to take over the Earth.
"A predatory alien race is hunting the biggest trophy in the galaxy -- Godzilla's head! They've tagged the injured lizard with a tracking device and are stalking him over land and sea in hopes of electrocuting him with a high-tech net. Will the green Goliath escape the aliens' bloodthirsty ritual, or will G-Force find Godzilla's fricasseed, headless carcass floating on top of Portland's Willamette River?!"
Synopsis for "Target: Godzilla! Part 2"
Godzilla falls, the tranquilizer taking effect. The aliens decide to revive him with an electrical shock so that he will be worth hunting. Godzilla revives on the second attempt, attacking the alien administering the shocks and hurling him away. The cadmium has rendered Godzilla unable to use his fire so he stomps the alien into the ground. The other aliens head back to their ship to arm themselves for the hunt.
Colonel Cameron decides to gain access to the alien while the giants hunt Godzilla through the city. G-Force attempts to convince the aliens to take their hunt elsewhere but the giants are oblivious to their presence. One of them knocks an arrow in his mammoth bow and aims the weapon at Godzilla.
"Bagorah the Bat-Monster fought a fierce battle against Godzilla, leaving the giant lizard battered and bruised. But it seems Bagorah was just the beginning! A predatory race of aliens comes to get their felled "pet," and to get their revenge on The King of Monsters! An all-out, no-holds-barred grudge match of giant monster versus predatory aliens rolls into downtown Portland, and no one is safe from the chaos!"
Synopsis for "Target: Godzilla!"
Alien hunters tracking Bagorah head for Earth, now interested in the creature who injured the space monster. On Earth, G-Force, Kate Koshiro, and Col. Cameron watch as Godzilla advances toward Portland. Cameron deploys a new robot to stop Godzilla: the All-Terraintula. The spider robot has a coating that absorbs Godzilla's ray and allows it to be fired back at the monster.
While Godzilla and the All-Terraintula battle, the aliens arrive. Deciding that Godzilla will not be worthy sport if injured, the aliens decide to destroy the All-Terraintula. As Dr. Kagaku, Kino, and Reiko board their VTOL to check out the alien ship, the aliens land and disable the All-Terraintula with a huge bazooka just after the robot fires a cadmium tranquilizer missile into Godzilla. The fifty-foot tall aliens watch the robot burn.
"The U.S. Army wants to blow him off the earth! A pack of intergalactic big-game hunters wants to take him off to space! But neither side has reckoned with the might and fury of Godzilla! He's scorching his foes with his fiery breath and knocking down mountains with his titanic tail! He's the King of Monsters, and no one's gonna take his title from him!"
Synopsis for "Godzilla Vs. Bagorah"
Godzilla repulses Bagorah, despite being too weak to use his atomic breath. Jets lure the space monster out to sea. As Take' and Dr. Kagaku lead efforts to evacuate Cybersaur's crew, Col. Cameron spies Kate, Reiko, Yoshiwara, and Helzer and orders them arrested.
Bagorah catches one of the jets and after biting one, stops chasing and settles upon a skyscraper in Vancouver. Meanwhile, Godzilla advances on the city. He soon finds Bagorah and the two monsters renew their interrupted battle, Godzilla still too weak to use his fire.
G-Force evacuates Kino from Cybersaur just before the robot's fuel explodes, completely destroying the machine. In Vancouver, Godzilla is finally strong enough to use his flame, blasting Bagorah at point blank range. Severely wounded, the space monster flees and dives into the sea. Godzilla follows Bagorah's example and also heads out to sea.
Later, in a military prison, Col. Cameron questions Professor Yoshiwara. After verifying that no one else can recreate her toxin, Cameron shoots her, telling the guard on duty outside that she has committed suicide.
"Bagorah the Bat Monster and the artificially created Cybersaur are fighting for the crown of the King of Monsters, but Godzilla isn't ready to retire that title just yet! It's a giant-monster megabattle on the coast of North America, and no one's taking bets on who will be left standing!"
Synopsis for "Long Live the King"
Vibrations from Godzilla's final shriek waft out to space where they are sensed by the interstellar vulture Bagorah. As G-Force and the Canadian military examine Godzilla to verify that he is in fact dead, Col. Cameron arrives on the scene. He informs Dr. Kagaku that Professor Yoshiwara is being held responsible for the damage caused by Godzilla’s blood and has been detained by Japanese authorities at G-Force headquarters.
Canadian astronomers sight Bagorah headed to Earth, apparently heading for Godzilla's body. Back in Japan, Yoshiwara decides that the only way to correct her error is to administer an anti-toxin to Godzilla and stop his bleeding.
Cybersaur manages to repulse Bagorah when the monster arrives to consume Godzilla's body, the bat-monster uttering an ear-piercing wail as he retreats to the sea. Burton Helzer helps Yoshiwara escape from G-Force headquarters and the pair are soon flying to Canada. Meanwhile, Col. Cameron and Dr. Kagaku discuss means of repulsing Bagorah when the monster returns. Reiko finds Kate snooping around Godzilla. As she questions the reporter, Bagorah returns. Running to safety, they watch as Cybersaur again battles Bagorah. Then they see something else, Helzer and Yoshiwara standing near Godzilla. Yoshiwara lifts a stinger missile launcher and fires the anti-toxin into Godzilla. Bagorah defeats Cybersaur and is just perching on Godzilla's body, ready to feed, when Godzilla awakens.
"As Godzilla battles the manmade Cybersaur, a giant bat-like reptile from outer space overhears the brouhaha and changes its course toward earth. Its purpose? To feed on whichever Goliath falls first! Watch out, guys -- Bagorah the Bat Monster is coming to the party, and he's got a hunger that'll kill!"
Synopsis for "Property Damage"
While Cybersaur battles Godzilla, Kino and Take' watch the fight and Kate gets footage for her news program. Underestimating Godzilla’s power, the Cybersaur's crew diverts power from their shields to their weapons. Godzilla lands a powerful blast and downs the robot, causing the death of Cybersaur's captain. Ignoring the fallen robot, the poisoned Godzilla lumbers on. Kate lands her helicopter and the G-Force members race to Cybersaur's cockpit to check on the crew. Kino stays to help Cybersaur's crew get the robot functional again while Take’ escorts Kate and her camera from the scene.
Back at G-Force headquarters in Japan, Col. Cameron calls Professor Yoshiwara, asking her about the toxicity of Godzilla's blood, asking her if she considered what effect his radioactive blood will have on the environment and drinking water before she poisoned Godzilla. Yoshiwara has no answers.
Take' and Kate express their mutual interest in one another when Dr. Kagaku and Reiko arrive in a second VTOL. A mid-air transfer is made and Take' and the beacon take their place aboard the VTOL. The Canadian army has filled a lake with gasoline, run electrical lines into the water and assembled a mass of artillery in hopes of destroying Godzilla. The reptile is unfazed by the trap and lumbers on until the repaired Cybersaur arrives on the scene. Employing the massive G-Buster, Cybersaur takes Godzilla down, seemingly killing the monster as Godzilla utters a last thunderous shriek.
"One big monster deserves another! To combat Godzilla, the scientific wizards of G-Force construct Cybersaur, their own giant tool of destruction! He takes to the skies with a single mission: Destroy the King of Monsters! Can technology defeat the ferocity of nature? The fate of America hangs in the balance!"
Synopsis for "Dramatization"
Take' of G-Force is a guest on Kate Koshiro's "Giant Eye" news program discussing Godzilla and rumors of his whereabouts. Godzilla has not been seen since Professor Noriko Yoshiwara poisoned him ten months ago. All of that changes when Godzilla appears on the coast of British Columbia, still bleeding profusely from the Yoshiwara's toxin.
Kino sets out in a VTOL plane to fetch Take' and attempt to use a new sonic lure to subdue Godzilla. Kate Koshiro overhears Kino and Take' discussing Godzilla's return and hurriedly gathers her crew together to get the story. Back at G-Force headquarters, Dr. Kagaku convinces Colonel Cameron to hold his forces back and let G-Force give the beacon a try. Canadian warplanes briefly engage the stricken Godzilla before the VTOL arrives on the scene. The beacon seems to work at first, but then it shorts out, enraging Godzilla further. A blast of radioactive flame downs the aircraft, the beacon falling into the forest. Take' and Kino survive the crash and are rescued by Kate's news helicopter. They recover the beacon and Kino determines that it was sabotaged.
Canadian military forces battle Godzilla until Cybersaur, the United Nation's anti-Godzilla robot, arrives.
"The waters off the North American coast are being plagued by strange occurrences. Irradiated fish are floating to the surface while tankers and freight ships are sinking to the ocean floor, taking their crew to a watery grave. An entire continent holds its breath as they search for the cause to these unnatural disasters, and an entire continent will scream in fear as the answer rises from the depths, howling his battle cry of death."
Synopsis for "Blast from the Past"
Professor Noriko Yoshiwara arrives in a PBY-5A Seaplane flown by Burton Helzer at the mid-Pacific site where G-Force’s research boat is anchored. Beyond the boat, Godzilla floats upon the sea, in a comatose slumber. As Yoshiwara boards the ship, G-Force member Kino discovers that the scientist is carrying a stinger missile launcher in her gear. Helzer pulls a gun and holds G-Force at gunpoint while he explains what Godzilla means to those who survived his Tokyo rampage.
Yoshiwara is determined to kill Godzilla and avenge her parents. From the monster’s scale she has developed a poison which she will inject into Godzilla by means of the missile launcher. Yoshiwara puts her plan into effect, firing the hypodermic missile into Godzilla’s hide. Kino takes the opportunity to disarm Helzer but before Dr. Kagaku can decide what to do with Yoshiwara and Helzer, Godzilla awakens. G-Force and the pair of Tokyo survivors race aboard the seaplane, getting airborne just as Godzilla destroys the G-Force ship.
Bleeding profusely, Yoshiwara’s toxin appears to be taking effect as Godzilla sinks back into the depths.
When special unit G-Force invites Professor Yoshiwara to study a dormant Godzilla, they discover she has more than studies in mind -- namely revenge for her parents' death in Tokyo forty years earlier! But can her specially formulated "Killer Bee" missile kill the King of Monsters?!
Godzilla returns in a thirteen-part series from Dark Horse! This special zero issue sets the stage for the mayhem to come, featuring a combination of new artwork recapping old continuity and a reprint of the 'zilla story from DHC #s 10 and 11. Sound the alarms! The King of Monsters is back!
The world's mightiest monster battles earth's greatest athlete in the most outrageous, board-slamming, super-dunking game of hoops in the history of History itself! Bigger than Bigfoot, space aliens, and Elvis combined! Until your last breath, you will remember what you were doing on the fateful day Godzilla met Charles Barkley.
A one-shot comic inspired by the commercial, in which a magic coin allows Charles Barkley to grow to Godzilla's size and defend California.