Comic Review: Garfield: Garzilla OGN (BOOM! Studios)

BOOM! Studios releases another Garfield comic which this time, animals can get bigger in Garfield Garzilla, the graphic novel. There is one of the stories that entertain children and adults […]

BOOM! Studios releases another Garfield comic which this time, animals can get bigger in Garfield Garzilla, the graphic novel.

There is one of the stories that entertain children and adults for laughs and gigs. However, creating a story inspired by Godzilla is something new to the Garfield series, except there is one time when I watched the episode where Garfield and Oddie turned into werewolves due to the full moon. One of the stories is written by Scott Nickel and Illustrated by Antonio Alfaro, and another comic created by Lee Gatlin, and the series is originated by Jim Davis.

The front cover shows a series of Garfield comic strips which apparently taken out a picture from a polaroid camera. And this is usually the hilarious moments in comic book history. Garfield is asleep as he’s minding his own business, next we see a group of mice, messing with him by throwing out the cheese whip making a funny face, and lastly, he goes apeshit. So from the start of the story, one of the scientists developed a drug and tested a lab rat and turned him younger, but somehow someone is using that scientist for the development of the drug. Meanwhile, Garfield and friends are minding their own business eating food and all until a man in black who is a scientist kidnaps the animals just to have them as a development of the drug, even Oddie too transformed, and suddenly he made them bigger. It’s much a seeing other comics of how humans, mutants, animals even monsters get bigger. However this comic is much more in common with the story itself.

There are some other stories that relate to the Godzilla-themed story, but I rather not go on with the other stories because this more than a traditional Garfield story. There are some extra stories around like Garfield Goes Green, and even one of the classic newspaper Garfield comic strips by Jim Davis. But overall, it’s a great comic with full of gigs and laughs. If you rather want to read another comic like Garfield’s story where the animals get large, then this is for you.

About Kevin Bermeo

I'm a New Yorker Artist, and I traveled a lot. I enjoy making comics, illustrations, paintings, and digital art. Besides drawing, I'm also a writer, I used to be a Gamer, and I love adventures, food, and dragons.