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Celebrate Monster Summer with a COMET Prize Pack



Beginning May 27th, COMET will be airing a double-header of classic monster movies every Sunday (starting at 8/7 Central) throughout the summer, with the first film each night featuring your favorite giant lizard and the second starring some lesser-known beasts. The Godzilla films featured run the gamut from his 1954 debut Gojira, to the silly Son of Godzilla, to the kaiju overload of Destroy All Monsters. Also, be on the look-out for a Mystery Science Theater 3000 appearance when Reptilicus airs.

To celebrate, COMET is giving away a prize pack to one lucky reader! The Comet TV Monster Summer Prize Pack includes:
1 - Limited Edition Monster Summer Beach Towel: Only available via this promotion, catch Godzilla having a blast with one of two designs. You’ll be the envy of your friends and have some extra protection if a monster comes from the depths to destroy the planet. Score!
1 - COMET TV Monster Summer SPF Pouch: Beat the rays with this Monster Summer SPF pouch. Apply liberally to ward off the sun, The Beast from the Haunted Cave, Rodan or any other variety of lizard-like beast.
1- COMET TV Cooler: Listen, even Godzilla needs a place to keep his brews chill. Let’s be honest, he needs to beat the heat at some point. I can see him carrying this cool-as-fire bag around to crack open a cold one.
1 - COMET TV Monster Summer Beach-Tastic Ball: Are you a ball-er? I hope so, cause you need to grab some buds, jump in the pool and play with this Godzilla Monster Summer Beach Ball. Groovy!
2 - Exclusive COMET TV Film Cards: See what COMET TV has this month, with these collector’s cards. Perfect for the Godzilla fan, the Monster-man, or the COMET TV junkie if your life!
To enter, just send a message to @wordsbycbiggs using #MonsterSummer and #CometTV to share your favorite monster feature on Twitter! One reader will be selected and awarded the CometTV Monster Summer prize pack. Each household is only eligible to win Monster Summer Prize Pack via blog reviews and giveaways. Only one entrant per mailing address per giveaway. If you have won the same prize on another blog, you will not be eligible to win it again. Winner is subject to eligibility verification.
MONSTER SUMMER Sundays 8/7C
5/27
Gojira
Reptilicus
6/3
Godzilla: King of the Monsters
Phantom from 10,000 Leagues
6/10
Godzilla vs. Monster Zero
Creature of Destruction
6/17
Terror of Mechagodzilla
The Beast from Haunted Cave
6/24
Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla
Yongary, Monster From The Deep
7/1
Destroy All Monsters
Destroy All Planets
7/8
Son of Godzilla
Konga
7/15
Godzilla vs. Megalon
War of the Gargantuas
7/22
Gojira
Attack of the Monsters
7/29
Destroy all Monsters
Monster from a Prehistoric Planet
8/5
Godzilla: King of the Monsters
Monster from the Surf
8/12
Godzilla vs. Monster Zero
It's Alive!
8/19
Terror of Mechagodzilla
Voyage into Space
8/26
Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla
The Giant Gila Monster
9/2
Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla II
The Giant Claw

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