If you are a big fan of classic Godzilla, then I am sure you will appreciate these two new Gojira collectible figures from Shonen Ric’s Favorite Sculptors Line. The first is a vinyl figure based on 1954’s Godzilla movie and the second piece is a polyurethane statue based on Godzilla as it appeared in 1962’s …
Well, here is an Ultraman collectible figure that only the biggest fan will want to own. Celebrating 50 years of Return of Ultraman which was aired on April 2, 1971 (and ran till March 31, 1972) and commemorating the Spring Great Kaiju Festival 2021 (yup, it’s a thing, alright) is this Return of Ultraman Metallic …
I can’t imagine anyone who like Godzilla would love the caricature version of it. The same goes to Kamen Rider. However if you do, then you are going to dig what Shonen-Ric has done with the Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Action Gamer.
Straight from Episode 17 of Ultraman Taro is a collectible figure of the bird-like kaiju Birdon, aka Volcano Bird Monster. And boy, the treatment is really flattering. The paint job finally do justice to this gigantic menace. Because, the colors on 70s TV shows were really subpar and did not really bring out the vibrant …
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.
I honestly do not know the demographics of our reader base, but I am pretty sure most folks hitting up our pages aren’t of the age to know about 1961’s Breakfast at Tiffany’s, starring Audrey Hepburn.
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.
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.
The scene where Ultraman teleported himself back to Earth to take on Balkan (1966/67 Season 1, Episode 16 ‘Science Patrol Into Space’) is now immortalized in 3D, by the way of the Shonen Ric’s Large Monster Series Ultraman (Type B) Teleportation Image Version. It is a figure that only true fans will appreciate.