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Comet TV Godzilla Giveaway


Saturdays in September will be home to double features starting at 2P/1C and Godzilla will be showing up all over the COMET TV schedule, check out the times below!

Godzilla VS. Destroyah (1995)
Saturday, September 16 at 4:30P/3:30P
Thursday, September 28 at 3:30/2:30P

Godzilla VS. Spacegodzilla (1994)
Saturday, September 16 at 2P/1C
Friday, September 29 at 3:30P/2:30P

Godzilla, Mothra, and King Ghidorah: Giant Monsters All-out Attack (2001)
Saturday, September 23 at 2P/1C
Thursday, September 28 at 6P/5C

Godzilla: Tokyo S.O.S. (2003)
Saturday, September 23 at 10P/9C
Saturday, September 30 at 2P/1C

And, just for watching, COMET TV is giving one lucky reader a Godzilla figurine included in the The Godzilla Doin’ Work Limited Edition pack, which includes:

1 - Limited Edition Godzilla Action Figure sporting COMET TV swag! AND
1 - Limited Edition Godzilla COMET TV Card: Perfect for catching up with Godzilla’s comings and goings on COMET TV!

The contest ends October 5th, so get your entries in soon! All you have to do is follow @CometTV and @wordsbycbiggs and tweet them with the #godzilladoinwork



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