If you loved seeing Kid Kaiju and the Marvel Monsters in Monsters Unleashed #1, good news! Marvel has announced the characters are getting an ongoing series from Cullen Bunn and David Baldeon.

If you’ve got a big problem, they’re the big solution! To fight the monsters of this world – you need to unleash even bigger monsters! With that in mind, Kei Kawade a.k.a. Kid Kaiju and monster hunter extraordinaire Elsa Bloodstone assemble five of the deadliest, most destructive monsters imaginable. AEGIS, SLIZZIK, SCRAGG, MEKARA, and HI-VO – gargantuan beasts with the power to level city blocks. What is their mission? Are they here to help…or destroy? Their appearance hasn’t gone unnoticed – as everyone from the Avengers to S.H.I.E.L.D. to Damage Control wants to shut them down!

“Kei and his monsters are under a lot of scrutiny from the heroes of the Marvel Universe, government agencies such as S.H.I.E.L.D. and corporate entities like Damage Control,” said writer Cullen Bunn in an interview with Marvel’s own website, Marvel.com. “And it’s not just the forces of good who are paying attention to Kei and his monsters. There is a sinister cadre of villains who are very interested in Kei and his unusual abilities.”

Monsters Unleashed #1 (the ongoing series) arrives in April.

via Marvel

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