X-Plus is releasing the Favorite Sculptors Line Godzilla 1962 Walking Pose and Large Monster Series Mogera 1957 Luminescence Version. The Godzilla 1962 is based on a Inoue Arts kit released in 2004, it comes with a base and support, stands 32cm tall, and will retail for 21,600 yen ($180.25 US). Mogera was originally released in 2012 is released again this time with a light up feature for it's eyes, it stands 25cm tall, and retails for 14,040 yen ($117.16 US). Both can be pre-ordered now from X-Plus (Ric exclusives) from both the Japanese and US sites with release scheduled for August 2019.
X-Plus is releasing the Godzilla (1964) Three Big Monsters Earth's Largest Battle set, featuring the line up from Ghidorah, the Three-Headed Monster (minus Ghidorah which is being released separately). The set includes Godzilla (25cm tall), Rodan flying version (27cm wingspan) with base, and Mothra larva (8cm in length). A regular version of Godzilla 1964 without the other two figures will be released from regular retailers, it should retail for 14,580 yen. This set will retail for 24,300 yen ($202.78 on the US Ric site), it can be pre-ordered from X-Plus with release scheduled for July 2019.
X-Plus knows how to surprise us and this time it is at Super Festival 80, with a ton of reveals. The first big reveal is a DefoReal Godzilla 2019 with him shooting his atomic breath in the air, it looks like his breath glows or is a light up but that may just be the lighting. Another surprise was a Favorite Sculptors Line Godzilla 1962 with a base. Also shown was the Godzilla 1964 with what might be two Ric bonuses a mini Mothra larva and flying Rodan. Orga also appeared in an unpainted prototype, it is unclear if this is the Dopepope figure, and has a space changing to Orga Ric bonus it seems. Mogera 1957 was on display as well. A 30cm Baraugon will be coming July too. An Ultraman A appearance pose prototype was there as well. Also displayed was a number of announced releases including a good comparison of the two versions of Burning Godzilla that was just announced. What we thought was puzzling we still have got Irys yet hopefully soon though. Photo credits to X-Plus and others via Twitter.
X-Plus is releasing the Yuji Sakai Modeling Collection Burning Godzilla Hong Kong Landing Version, this figure is based on a kit sold at Winter Wonder Festival 2016. This figure is exclusive to X-Plus, Bandai, and the Godzilla Store, it features clear orange/red patches with a silver paint on the inside to give them a reflective nature. It stands 30cm tall and is 51cm in length, and retails for 28,620 yen. It can be pre-ordered now with release scheduled for August 2019. Note this can be ordered on the US Ric site for $238.83. Update there is a standard version that will be available it is slightly different, no clear vinyl instead it is fully painted, it will retail for 27,000 yen (pics at bottom).
X-Plus has announced that they will have a Toho Large Monster Series Frankenstein Soft Vinyl Glow In The Dark Kit at Super Festival 80 April 28th. This kit is based on the previously release Frankenstein figure with both glow in the dark and black parts, and it will retail for 8,000 yen. There will be 75 available at Super Festival with another 75 available via a web lottery afterwards.
X-Plus has announced the Mechagodzilla 1975 Luminescence version, this figure uses the same mold as the version released March 2013. This figure stands 26.5cm tall, features a light up gimmick for the eyes, and retails for 14,040 yen ($117.16 US). It can be pre-ordered now on both the Japanese and US Ric sites, with release scheduled for July 2019.
X-Plus and Bandai are releasing the DefoReal Shin Godzilla Frozen Version figure based on the final scenes of Shin Godzilla. This figure stands 13cm tall and is 20cm tall to the tip of his tail, it retails for 7,992 yen. It can be pre-ordered now from the Bandai Premium webshop (it may be available from X-Plus as well), with release scheduled for June 2019.
X-Plus is re-releasing the Real Master Collection Gotengo Vs. Manda 1963 statue, originally released in 2013 for the film's 50th Anniversary. It doesn't appear to be much different from the former release accept it seems this one can't be separated from the base. It stands 32cm tall, is 52cm in length (the Gotengo is 42cm in length), and will retail for 49,680 yen ($414.58 from the US X-Plus site). It can be pre-ordered from X-Plus (both Japanese and US sites) and the Godzilla Store now with release scheduled for June 2019.
X-Plus is releasing the Large Monster Series Godzilla 1999, the Ric version has a cool extra in a replacement lower jaw (open mouth) and a ship that allows fan to reproduce a scene in the film. The figure stands 23 cm tall and 47cm in length, it will retail for 15,660 yen. The figure can be pre-ordered now with release scheduled for May 2019. Also on the Ric site is the Hibiya Godzilla Square Godzilla Statue figure, it is just for the images and info, as it has to be pre-ordered from the Godzilla Store (pics at bottom).
X-Plus has two more figures Monster X and Gigan Night Color Version, both are Large Monster series and Ric only figures. Monster X stands 28cm tall and approx 16cm wide and comes with a support pedestal. It will retail for 16,200 yen and can be pre-ordered from the X-Plus site. Gigan is the same figure released in 2012 but features a new paint scheme and light up eye. It stands 23cm tall and will retail for 14,040 yen, it can be pre-ordered now from the X-Plus site. Both are Japanese exclusive figures and will be released in May 2019.