Adventureblog, it's chock-full of cool. Kill All Monsters is a title that will sound familiar, and it should. It's a riff on Destroy All Monsters, one of the funnest Godzilla movies ever. Kill All Monsters deserves the comparison. In the 1950s, humanity created monsters of all sorts, and in the world of KAM, not just in B-movies. Today, a small group of mech pilots use giant robots to fight the bigger monsters across post-apocalyptic Earth. May and artist Jason Copland put the action at the forefront and mix things up by having smaller monsters show up when their heroes are forced to climb down from their mechs. Theoretically, there's no limit to the kind of monster they can use.
KAM scores extra points by giving us a diverse cast right from the get-go. This isn't an Independence Day scenario where the world waits for the USA to come and save their bacon. Possibly, the pilots' nationalities are based on which countries produced the most monster movies, but many minorities are well represented. If mainstream comics handled this issue better, I probably wouldn't be saying anything, but they don't, so I feel like I have to give KAM a gold star for doing what everyone should be doing. They even introduce a giant robot A.I. the humans don't quite trust, so the machine demographic is represented too. Speaking of robots, how cool is the Deathstork?
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