Godzilla has dominated the pages of Famous Monsters since his first appearance in Issue 30 back in 1964 ("Giants from Japan"), and he was the obvious choice for FM's first volume of ACK-IVES.
Famous Monsters Ack-Ives: Godzilla includes over 100 pages of essential Godzilla coverage reprinted from FM's archives, as well as an exclusive new interview with Michael Dougherty, the director of Legendary's landmark MonsterVerse picture GODZILLA: KING OF THE MONSTERS.
For the first cover, FM asked maestro Sanjulian to paint his own interpretation of the original cover to Issue 114, which was FM's first all-Japanese monsters issue and features Godzilla and Rodan destroying a city. Also, Art Machine created an exclusive variant cover available on newsstands.
- Exclusive New Interview with Michael Dougherty
- Reprint of first-ever GODZILLA filmbook from 1965
- Reprints of vintage write-ups on all the original Godzilla film releases
- Reprinted new FM-era articles by Bob Eggleton, Hajime Ishida, August Ragone, and more
- Editor Commentary.
Important Note: You must choose your desired cover version...
Cover A: Godzilla: King of the Monsters art by Sanjulian
Cover B: Godzilla: King of the Monsters exclusive art by Art Machine for Warner Bros.
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