The poster scene of Godzilla looking up the sky and emitting radiant heat rays in the 2019 Godzilla has been immortalized as a collectible figure. Well, the cute version, that is.
What you see here is the Godzilla (2002) Shonen-Ric Exclusive Figure, straight from the 2002 Toho film, Godzilla Against Mechagodzilla (ゴジラ×メカゴジラ). Part of the Toho Large Kaiju series, the Godzilla (2002) Shonen-Ric Exclusive Figure is massive! It stands around 27 cm (10.1 inches) tall and measures about 47 cm (18.5 inches) from head to tail.
These are too good. It would be criminal not to share it with you guys. Even though this post will be a crime to SEO because the lack of words (i.e. thin content). But what the hell… here goes…
You have watched Godzilla: King of the Monsters (Legendary Pictures, 2019) and you know the sequel, Godzilla vs. Kong, will hit the theaters next May. But prior to GvK, there is actually a prequel.
At the time I was writing this, Shonen Ric website is not accessible, but we thought our readers who may be fans of Godzilla, Ultraman and the rather obscure to the rest of the world, Mirrorman, Shonen Ric has some new offerings.
A box of tissue is one of the many items we find the need to have it cover up. The design really leaves much to be desired, especially for a product that is mostly out in the open. That said, I am a person who is always on a look out for novel cover solution …
If this new the Defo-Real Godzilla (1984) figure looks familiar to you, that is because it is in fact a reboot of 2018 figure, but this time, this little fellow is rocking a super cool light up function.
Continuing the Bandai Toho 30 cm Series is a new figure, the Bandai Toho 30 cm Series 1975 Mechagodzilla Figure, to complement the previously released Toho 30 cm Series 1975 Godzilla Figure.
Remember the Godzilla Experience park we wrote about late last year? Well, the attraction at Nijigen No Mori on Awaji Island is partially open… for a limited time – specifically, the Godzilla Museum.
THIS. The Toho 30 cm Series 1975 Godzilla Figure is a reminder why I stopped collecting Godzilla figures. I don’t under why companies like Shonen Ric/X-Plus, Bandai and more, always issue small batch of the figure.