X-Plus Has announced the official info on their lastest DefoReal figure, King Caesar. This figure stands 13cm tall (16cm with replacement ears), the Ric includes a second set of ears (pointed upward) and the Caesar statue. It will retail for 8,250 yen from X-Plus for the Ric (7,500 yen on the US site), standard for 7,150 yen, it can be pre-ordered now with release scheduled for August 2020.
The Godzilla Store has announced the X-Plus Toho 30cm Series Yuji Sakai Godzilla 1995 Vinyl Kit in clear orange vinyl. The kit is the same sculpt as the figure released last year, as well as the Wonder Festival, it will retail for 10,000 yen and be limited. It features the same box designed by John Ruffin (MyKaiju Godzilla) as the Wonder Festival kit.
It was a long time coming but the Gigantic Series Mechagodzilla is finally up for pre-order. This figure stands 49cm tall, the Ric features light up eyes and chest weapon, the Ric retails for 57,200 yen (52,000 yen on the US Ric site), standard 55,000 yen. It can be pre-ordered from X-Plus (Ric), and other retailers (standard), with release scheduled for May 2020.
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X-Plus hit Winter Wonder Festival by storm once again with a massive amount of new reveals and updates. The first big news (pun intended) was the reveal of the fully paint Gigantic Mechagodzilla 1974, which looked awesome, but we not only got the figure we got an release date and price, the release date is May 2020 (so pre-orders should be soon) and the price will be 57,200 yen for the Ric and 55,000 yen for the standard. The other big news (yes again) is a Gigantic Burning Godzilla 2019, this unpainted prototype features a closed mouth and clinch fists, no release date was announced.
Also on display was a smaller Large Monster Series Godzilla 2019, this one was also unpainted with no release date. A LMS Godzilla 2002 with a May 2020 release was there along with a 30cm Series Godzilla 1993 unpainted prototype without a release date. Another big hit was the 30cm Series Megalon, which many fans loved, this was unpainted with no release date. Both Irys and Gamera '99 were shown again (no update for Irys), as well as a stand in image of Mecha King Ghidorah (not sure what happened with him since he was shown months back).
On the DefoReal side we had Burning Godzilla 2019 along with what appears to be the Ric version (either clear vinyl possibly with a light up function). Also with the DefoReal we got King Caesar both Ric and standard, and a Godzilla 1974 with ape alien. Other exciting reveal was a image of a DefoReal Dr. Serizawa in a divers suit holding the oxygen destroyer.
There was a number of Ultraman releases including a few new version 2's, a DefoReal, and a Gigantic Alien Baltan, some listed to release in May 2020.
The RMC Yuji Sakai Godzilla Final Wars poster version was on display again, as well as both the Allosaurus and a Triceratops from One Million Years B.C. (images only). And also on display was a very col classic Vampirella plastic kit which will feature a base and bat statue.
More info on all these releases as we get it. Pictures from Dengeki Hobby and X-Plus.
X-Plus has announced their Winter Wonder Festival exclusives, Toho 30cm Series Yuji Sakai Godzilla 1995 Vinyl Kit in Clear Yellow, and the DefoReal Mini Shin Godzilla in three color of clear vinyl. The kit is the same sculpt as the figure released last year in a yellow clear vinyl, it will retail for 10,000 yen and be limited to 100 pieces with a web lottery to follow. It features a box designed by John Ruffin (MyKaiju Godzilla) his second box design (the Mechagodzilla kit was his first). The mini DefoReals are the same figures released at Tokyo Comic Con, will be limited to 100 (no web lottery) and retail for 1,000 yen (each).
At Super Festival last weekend X-Plus revealed the DefoReal Space Godzilla, now official pics and info have been revealed. This figure stands 14cm tall, the Ric version will feature a light up gimmick for eyes, horn, and shoulder crystals. It will retail for 11,000 yen for the Ric, 8,800 yen for the standard, it can be pre-ordered now from X-Plus (Ric) or from other retailers (standard), with release scheduled for June 2020.
X-Plus recently revealed their DefoReal Shin Godzilla Clear Version, and now it is officially up for pre-order. This figure is the same previously released (in 2017)but in a clear painted vinyl, it stands 13cm tall, and retails for 6,600 yen. It can be pre-ordered now from X-Plus and the Godzilla Store and will be released March 2020.
X-Plus has announced two exclusives for Tokyo Comic Con DefoReal Green Hedorah, and DefoReal Mini Shin Godzillas. Hedorah appears to be the same figure previously released but in green, it will be limited to 50, with a web lottery to follow, and retails for 5,000 yen. The mini Shins are smaller than those released previously, 5.5cm tall (9.5 to tip of the tail), come in three colors, red, black, and purple (clear vinyl, blind bag one each), limited to 150 with web lottery to follow, and will retail for 1,000 yen. All will be available at Tokyo Comic Con Nov. 22nd to 24th.
The Godzilla Store is releasing the Gigantic Shin Godzilla 4th Form Red Version, it looks to be the same sculpt as the regular version but in red vinyl. The figure stands 47cm tall (approx 18.5 inches) and is 83cm in length (approx 33 inches), it will retail for 49,500 yen (approx $455 US). It can be pre-ordered now with release scheduled for March 2020.
X-Plus has officially revealed the Godzilla 2000 and Orga DefoReal figures, basically mini versions of their larger cousins. The Godzilla 2000 Ric comes with a replacement lower jaw with boat, stands 13cm tall, 10cm wide, and 18cm in length, and it retails for 7,700 yen (7,000 yen on the US site). The Orga Ric features the wide open mouth (looking like he is swallowing Godzilla), the standard is like the larger version it looks to include the alien like the Ric larger one. It stands 15cm tall (to head, 16cm to dorsal fin), and is 23cm in length, it retails for 12,100 yen (11,000 on the US site). Both can be pre-ordered now from X-Plus with release schedule for April 2020.