Tamashii/Bandai has officially updated their site with pics and info for both Godzilla 2019 and King Ghidorah from Godzilla: King Of The Monsters. Godzilla is 16cm tall and comes with a ray effect and effect joint (possibly for pose shooting it straight up). it will retail for 7,200 yen (approx $65 US). Ghidorah stands 25cm tall and has a 60cm wingspan, it comes with a stage set (struts to hold wings), and it will retail for 18,360 yen (approx $166 US). Godzilla is scheduled for release May 2019, Ghidorah June 2019, both can be pre-ordered now, there is no word yet on Rodan or Mothra but they should be available to pre-order soon.
Bandai revealed their S.H. MonsterArts Godzilla: King Of The Monsters figures at Tokyo Comic Con. This was a bit of a surprise to us cause we got no other full reveals at the stage presentation with Michael Dougherty, just another teaser trailer and production stills. The four figures give us a good look at the monsters for the first time. Godzilla is updated over the 2014 version, slightly different back fins and feet among other minor changes. Ghidorah looks very similar to past incarnations, a little thinner, more lean with many minor differences. Rodan, which we got the best view of in the first trailer, looks as expected, although it was hard to truly make out most details because of his darker coloring. Mothra is the one they changed the most, while it's wings have a familiar look and coloring, the body is much more insect like with long legs that remind us of Muto legs. Some details are hard to make out because these are articulated figures, with joints affecting the look. No release dates were announced yet but these should be released next year (there is a date of 1/19/2019 on the Tamashii King Of The Monsters page, pre-order date?). More info as we get it.
Shown in a display at Winter Wonder Festival was S.H. MonsterArts Godzilla 2014 Spitfire Version it features a blue spines and ray effect as well as the female Muto's head. It will be approx $70 US and will be released in July.
The display was actually from the Yuji Sakai booth showing different versions of Godzilla 2014 that are forth coming.
We posted about the upcoming Japanese release of Godzilla that would include a special version of the S. H. MonsterArts figure, here is a better look at the figure.
Two variants of the S.H. MonsterArts Godzilla 2014 are coming, well maybe since there is no conformation on these yet. The two variants are an version that features blue back spikes, atomic breath, and a Muto head. The second, which is the one in question, is the poster version featuring a color scheme from the movie poster where he appears lighter in color. No word on release date or price but probably early 2015 and just under $100. Check them both out below.
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