The only person trying to invoke Godwin's law is you (since I haven't actually compared anyone to a particular specific organization from the 1940s)... Now if you were to compare me to such a thing, for stating that KQ8 is KQ8, then it would be you invoking Godwin's law, and you would be the one resorting to hyperbole. There won't be another KQ8, and more than likely there will be a "KQ9", or a KQ10 in the future.
Btw perhaps you need a refresher on what Godwin's Law is, and what it actually applies to...;
"As an online discussion grows longer, the probability of a comparison involving Nazis or Hitler approaches 1."
...Godwin's law applies especially to inappropriate, inordinate, or hyperbolic comparisons of other situations (or one's opponent) with Nazis. The law and its corollaries would not apply to discussions covering known mainstays of Nazi Germany such as genocide, eugenics or racial superiority, nor, more debatably, to a discussion of other totalitarian regimes or ideologies, since a Nazi comparison in those circumstances may be appropriate, in effect committing the fallacist's fallacy. Whether it applies to humorous use or references to oneself is open to interpretation, since this would not be a fallacious attack against a debate opponent.
I can assure I for one am not resorting to any Reductio ad Hitlerum...