In an announcement that came out of nowhere NECA has announced the Godzilla 1964 figure, this figure seems to follow suit with the deluxe/ultimate packaging. Check out the details below from NECA.
NECA is excited to introduce the next iteration for the most famous kaiju in the world, Godzilla!
Based on its appearance in the 1964 film, Mothra vs Godzilla, Godzilla stands approximately 6” tall and measures 12” long from head to tail. Featuring over 30 points of articulation and an articulated tail, Godzilla will come packaged in collector friendly window box packaging with opening flap.
Release date Nov 2019.
Retail (approx) $27.99.
NECA has official announced the 1956 Movie Poster Godzilla figure (yes 1956 because it is based on the US release of the film). The figure is meant to look like the actual poster including both the foreground and background. The figure will retail for approx $33, and will be released 2nd quarter 2019. Check out the info from NECA below along with official pics.
"NECA goes back to the movie that started the reign of the most famous kaiju in the world!
This version of the beloved monster is based on the one-sheet poster for movie’s 1956 U.S. release, Godzilla, King of the Monsters!
The figure measures 6″ tall and 12″ long from head to tail. It features over 30 points of articulation, including an articulated tail! The package insert doubles as a foldable backdrop that brings the one-sheet to life – Godzilla can be posed in the fold of the backdrop creating a 3D version of the poster illustration in toy form.
Comes in collector-friendly window box packaging with opening flap."
NECA has official announced their Godzilla 1962 6 inch figure check out the official pics and info below.
NECA continues to celebrate the most famous kaiju in the world in action figure form!
This version of the beloved monster is based on the 1962 movie King Kong vs. Godzilla. The figure measures 6″ tall and 12” long from head to tail. It features over 30 points of articulation, including an articulated tail!
Release date: Oct 2018
Suggested retail price $27.99
Yesterday we got some Godzilla figure leaks now we have confirmation that both S.H. MonsterArts and NECA will release Godzilla 1962 figures. NECA's reveal comes via SDCC (via Toyark), the figure was on display with Shin Godzilla Emission version previously announced and a Deco Sheet (basically a mini poster using the the '54 figure). No release date for the two new items and we are curious if there will be a repaint of the '54 the go with the deco sheet. More info as we get it.
Update: one of our eagle eyed fans realized that the Deco Sheet is actually a figure standing in front of the mini poster, his left arm is in front of his breath effect and you can see his tail off to the side.
NECA has teased they would reveal a new Godzilla figure and now they have, well sort of. The Shin Godzilla Atomic Blast Version has been post to the NECA site, like other version this figure includes purple highlight and comes with two effects for the mouth and tail. No word on price but expect it to be around the same price as the previous version, it is scheduled for a Nov 2018 release.
From the blockbuster 2016 movie that returned the classic Godzilla franchise to its roots!
This version of the most famous kaiju in the world is based on Godzilla’s “Atomic Blast” attack in the movie. The figure measures 6″ tall and 12″ long from head to tail. It features Atomic Blast effects that attach to both mouth and tail, all new paint deco, new head sculpt, and over 30 points of articulation, including an articulated tail!
NECA has steadily, but abit slowly, been releasing Godzilla figures their lastest being the Shin Godzilla 12 inch head to tail figure (6 inches tall). With Shin Godzilla NECA may be a little late to the party but that doesn't mean it's the best yet but it's also far from the worst figure of this version of Godzilla.
NECA's Shin Godzilla has an overall excellent sculpt, yes one can nit pick it but there really isn't a lot that one could find majorly wrong with it. The head is probably the one part most will find issue with, NECA redesigned the head after complaints about the prototypes that were revealed (something that happened with the Return Of Godzilla figure as well). We think the sculpt looks good what the issue may be is more with the joint between the head and the neck, Shin's head sits "in" the neck where most other NECA Godzilla figures it sits on top of the neck.
Other issue with Shin Godzilla's overall design, not with NECA's alone, is there is not a lot of distinguishing features, other Godzilla design have specific lines or details Shin is meant to be a rough looking design. This may have gave a lot of toy companies trouble designing the figures, and cause fans to be critical.
Joints on this figure are very similar to other NECA figures there are some tight and some not so. The head on ours popped off after taking him out of the package but it just popped back on. The other joint that gave us an issue was the tail but it wasn't the joint where you need to connect the tail but the one before it on the body side it won't stay in place but it actual isn't a major issue since when the figure is on a shelf, as it normal would be the tail's weight is supported.
The paint on the figure is actual better then I thought, I was concerned because of prototype pics showed what looked to be some issues especially his tail which was shown to be almost all red but on the final figure blends better into the rest of the tail.
One thing that we noticed, and to be honest are not sure if this is or isn't correct, is the Shin's back fins are not uniform, they different lengths and positions. A Bandai figure had uniform fins but looking at stills from the film it's hard to say if this is the way they are supposed to be. This does not hurt the figure just something we were curious about.
While this is an great figure it is not NECA best Godzilla but for the price it is an easy figure to add to a collection.
Thanks to Summer Mullins at NECA.
(Also of note we apoligize on the photos, we are looking into a better photo display/set-up/camera for better pics to go along with the reviews in the future, thank you.)
NECA continues to celebrate the most famous kaiju of all time! This version of the beloved monster is based on Godzilla’s “Atomic Blast” attack in the 2001 movie Godzilla, Mothra, and King Ghidorah: Giant Monsters All-Out Attack, a spectacular battle between Godzilla and some of his most famous foes.
The figure stands over 6″ tall, with a head-to-tail measurement of over 12″ long. It features a removable Atomic Blast effect, all new paint deco, and over 30 points of articulation, including an articulated tail.
Release Date: August 2017
NECA has revealed their Godzilla 2001 Atomic Blast version, this figure is not a new sculpt but looks like a repaint possible with clear parts. It also seems to be the first Godzilla figure to come with a breath effect (like S.H. MonsterArts figures normally do). It looks like release is scheduled for 3rd quarter 2017. Pics via Ultrazilla Toys.
From Shin Godzilla, the blockbuster 2016 movie that returned the classic Godzilla franchise to its roots!
The most famous kaiju in the world measures 6″ tall and 12” long from head to tail. It features incredible detail and over 30 points of articulation, including an articulated tail!
Release Date: May 2017
The above pic showed up online today via Toho Kingdom (not sure where it came from before that), while it does seem to be an updated version one key thing is missing in the pic, his tail. The original version seemed to have too short of a tail compared to other companies figures and the film. More info as we get it.
Update: new pic with tail although it seems too be to red on the end.