Art Spirits is releasing the Hyper Solid Godzilla 2019, and the Hyper Solid Gigan GFW Version 2. Godzilla 2019 that has been teased a number of times, it is 29cm in length, features a "emissions" version paint scheme, and will retail for 21,780 yen. Hyper Solid Gigan GFW is similar to the previously announced figure but features the chainsaw hands and neck brace, it stands 27cm tall, and will retail for 24,200 yen. Both can be pre-ordered now from Bandai (and possibly other retailers) with release scheduled for Dec 2019.
Megahouse has officially announced their Godzilla 2019 UA Monsters figure. This figure stands 30cm tall, features both lights and sound, and comes with a logo base. The light up feature allows both the fins, mouth, and eyes to light in sequence. It retails for 36,300 yen from Megahouse's website but will also be available from other dealers (Bandai, AmiAmi, etc.) as well with release scheduled for Jan 2020.
Godzilla has a presence at SDCC despite Warner Bros./Legendary not being there, besides the announced Toho booth there was a presence at the Famous Monsters booth, NECA booth, and Tamashii booth. The Famous Monsters booth, along with Summit Kaiju, featured a number of X-Plus figures, on display were the Gigantic Godzilla 2019, Kong V2 Fighting Version (as well as V1, 4th Qtr release), and new reveals of DefoReal Ghidorah 2019 (Dec 2019 release), DefoReal Rodan 2019 (placeholder image), and DefoReal Mothra 2019 (placeholder image). NECA had a minimal Godzilla section with packages for King of the Monsters figures and some older ones, what was interesting was the two besides the recent 1956 Poster version, a 1954 in deluxe package and 1984/5 in deluxe package, it is unclear what these are (tag was hidden). Tamashii display wasn't anything new but feature their King of the Monster figures and the Godzilla statue that has been making the rounds. Toho's booth didn't have much that we haven't already known about an interesting note is the box of the Godzilla 1954 exclusive, the top of the box lists years, 1954, 1968, 1974, 2000, and 2020. It's the 2020 that has us and fans intrigued since there has been no official announcements of a 2020 figure or if this is Legendary's or a new Toho version. More updates from SDCC as we get it on all this and possibly more. Pics from Famous Monsters/Summit Kaiju, Toyark, NECA, Tamashii, Toho, CriterionCast, and Kaiju Kingdom Podcast.
Update: NECA's display has been updated (pic below) with other images/packages, and the 1964 figure as well as a 1984/5 that appears to be slightly updated, it is unclear if that figure will be a re-release or a new version. Also a Fire Godzilla 2019 is being released as well down the line.
From 2019's Godzilla: King of Monsters comes an adorable chibi Deforume Ghidorah figure! This 3.5 inch figure stands on a rock-like base posed as if he's creating a menacing roar. Set to be released alongside Godzilla 2019.
In Shops: Dec, 2019
Bandai Premium is releasing Godzilla Art Panels, these movie posters are printed on canvas to create a one of a kind piece. Ten different posters are available Godzilla 2019, Mothra 2019, Rodan 2019, King Ghidarah 2019, Godzilla 1954, Godzilla Vs. Mothra 1992, Godzilla V.s Destoroyah 1995, Godzilla X Mecha Godzilla 2002, and Shin Godzilla (two versions). The posters are canvas with a wood frame, approx 24cm by 33cm in size (approx 9 X 13 inches), and retail for 4,860 yen. They can be pre-ordered from Bandai with release scheduled for Sept 2019.
MegaHouse has announced the UA Monsters Series Godzilla 2019 at the Tokyo Toy Show 2019. This figure was shown as a unpaint prototype stands approx 30cm tall, it appears to be based on a poster image for Godzilla: King Of The Monsters, and will feature light up back fins and sound (roar). It looks to be released this year (possibly a Bandai exclusive) and no price was given, more info as we get it, pics courtesy of Dengeki Hobby.
As we posted previously the Godzilla 2019 Deforume Series Chibi figure was announced by Banpresto (along with Ghidorah, coming soon), it was thought this was a prize figure but it will be available from Diamond, BBTS, and possibly others. Check out the details below.
From Banpresto. From 2019's Godzilla: King of Monsters comes an adorable chibi Deformed Godzilla figure! This 3.5 inch figure stands on a rock-like base posed as if he's creating a menacing roar.
In Shops: Nov/Dec, 2019
Banpresto (Bandai) revealed two prize figures for Godzilla: King Of The Monsters, Godzilla and King Ghidorah. These small chibi style figures were shown at the 56th Prize Fair in Tokyo. Not much info was given but these figures should be in prize machines later this year. Pics via Dengeki Hobby.
Bandai is releasing the High Grade D+ (HG D+) Godzilla Gashapon Figures, four figures are being released in series 1, Godzilla 2019, Ghidorah 2019, Godzilla 1954, and Shin Godzilla. Each figure comes with a base and a effect, and they stand approx 3.5 inches tall. The set of 4 should retail for approx $20 US (500 yen each), and should be available later this month.
Bandai's Movie Monster Series and Monster King Series figures for Godzilla: King Of The Monsters have been fully reveal. The Movie Monster line features Godzilla, Rodan, Mothra, and King Ghidorah, while the Monster King has Godzilla. Prices for the Movie Monster line starts at approx. $14 US for Mothra, going up to King Ghidorah at approx. $24 US, the Monster King is approx. $45 US. The Movie monster figures are 6 inch scale, the Monster King 12 inches. They are all scheduled to be released April 2019.
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