Legendary Comics Debut Covers for ‘Godzilla vs. Kong’ Prequel Graphic Novels

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Legendary Comics has exclusively debuted the new covers by artist Arthur Adams for its upcoming Godzilla vs. Kong prequels as well as for the Monsterverse Titanthology Vol 1!

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Kingdom Kong is the sequel to the graphic novel Skull Island: Birth of Kong and taking place before the events of the film Godzilla vs. Kong. The story follows a group of pilots vying for the chance to take on a mission into the hollow Earth. One of the pilots, Audrey, must come to terms with her own inner demons and memories as Skull Island is attacked by Camazotz, leaving Kong to defend his home and the world.

Kingdom Kong is written by Marie Anello (Shout Out) with art by ZID and will be released on March 30, 2021 (pre-order available now).

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Godzilla Dominion picks up after the events of the film Godzilla: King of the Monsters, where the Titans have risen and the reign of Godzilla has begun. The graphic novel is told from Godzilla’s perspective as a confrontation with another King looms. The prequel graphic novel written by Greg Keyes with art by Drew Edward Johnson will be available March 30, 2021 with the pre-order available now.

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Finally, the Monsterverse Titanthology Vol 1 brings the previously released graphic novels Skull Island: The Birth of Kong and Godzilla: Aftershock, together in one legendary volume for the first time ever. The anthology will be available on May 11, 2021 and can be pre-ordered here.

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