Justice League Vs. Godzilla Vs. Kong #7 Review: “Let’s Get Crazy”

Justice League vs. Godzilla vs. Kong #7 review

Read our review of Justice League Vs. Godzilla Vs. Kong #7 from DC Comics, written by Brian Buccellato with art by Christian Duce.

We reviewed the book on the Stack podcast. But in the interest of highlighting more about the title, here’s a summary of the conversation with our thoughts. And if you prefer the longer audio version, that’s below as well!

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Justice League Vs. Godzilla Vs. Kong #7 Review:

In the final issue it’s an all-out monster mash-up as the Justice League battles with Kong and Godzilla to stop the Legion of Doom.

“All this madness is going on, and you have some real sweet moments,” host Pete LePage said on the issue. “I love this… DC made a smart move with this, just being like, hey, let’s get crazy with these characters and see what happens. And I’m all for it. It was a blast. Art was epic, and [the action] matched it on every level.”

Justin Tyler disagreed, saying that the story “feels strange. It feels like sort of comic you’d get in a cereal box in a way.”

Alex Zalben was halfway between them noting there are rocky moments like how all the heroes are pretty dismissive of Guy Gardner dying, though “I had fun reading this.” He also appreciated it being true to the Monsterverse in that the movies usually keep Godzilla off the board until the final moments.

“That’s exactly what they do here,” Zalben continued. “This team hit all the tropes you need to hit from the Monsterverse direction. The Justice League gets to do Justice League stuff, you get a Green Lanternmech and a Batman mech, back back to back fighting giant monsters. Come on. It’s a good time.”

Justice League Vs. Godzilla Vs. Kong #7 Official Synopsis:

THE BEST-SELLING SERIES REACHES ITS TITANIC CONCLUSION! Two worlds face annihilation in an all-out war between the DCU and Leg­endary’s MonsterVerse! With the help of Godzilla and Kong, can the Justice League win a battle against a reformed Mechagodzilla and a new, even more deadly, hybrid Titan—a by-product of two worlds, the likes of which neither universe has ever seen!

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