Alan Moore draws Godzilla
There is a mountain of art about Godzilla, enough to bury the big guy himself in. I don't know why he haunts the unconscious memory of humankind, unless he is some sort of Great Old One left out of the NECRONOMICON and he lives in our collective unconsciousness or something. A very evocative scene from one of the movies had a group of schoolchildren drawing what they had been dreaming about. To the teacher's apalled surprise, they all drew different images of Godzilla (as the march played). Dark Horse did a 1987 one-shot called GODZILLA KING OF THE MONSTERS, which featured a few guest artists.
Alan Moore's page seems at first too gimmicky to have any resonance. The woman's rapidly turning head drawn as three exposures and the depiction of the superheated breath head-on)irritated me at first glance. But a second look reveals several amusing details (the bottom of the big guy's foot, for example) and the perspective of a difficult angle is handled well.
A page from the story. Pencils by Steve Bisette and Ron Randall, inks by Art Nichols and Tony Salmons.
Back cover by Mark A Nelson. This could make a fresh and interesting story, Godzilla awakening in an earlier age. Maybe he wouldn't have his radioactive breath, but he'd still be a handful. Imagine scenes where armies of samurai on horseback charge him, elaborate traps are set, perhaps a pit with poisoned stakes.