First and foremost, to avoid unnecessary disappointment and rage, you have to know that the Dogzilla figure you see here is not real. It is a concept design dreamed up by Taiwanese designer Noger Chen, otherwise known as Goodzilla, to mark the Lunar Year of the Dog. Yeah. I know, it is disappointing that it isn’t real. Also, knowing how sometimes licensing can cost, I wouldn’t hold my breath for it to happen now, or in the future. Noger just love designing and for this particular concept figure, he imagine this figure to feature a wagging tail because, dog.
Completing the Dogzilla Concept Figure for Year of the Dog are a miniature subway for dear Dogzilla to chew on (but you would have to remove the detachable tongue to do that) and a critter, complete with wheels for mobility as you would find in toys of such nature, presumably as monstrous fido’s main antagonist. Finally, a very Japan-ish blister card rounds up the imaginary collectible. Seriously, some one ought to make this a real thing. I mean, real thing as in a real vinyl figure or something, not real as a real kaiju because that would probably be a nightmare to everyone on Earth.