Good lord! Make it stop! I just can’t take any more awesome today.
Today, X-Plus revealed some new figures at their Wonder Festival table.
Large Monster Series Shin Godzilla (2016)
Feast your eyes on the Large Monster Series Shin Godzilla (2016).
The figure will be in the Large Monster Series (Daikaiju Series). However, it will be bigger than you would expect.
X-Plus told me a few weeks ago that it will be oversized compared to other figures in the line. X-Plus vinyl boss, Gee Okamoto, said, “The size is like the Daikaiju Series Godzilla 1995“. That would actually put it in line with the 30cm Sakai figures. One need only compare it to the Large Monster Series Gamera 1996 standing next to it in the photo above to see how impressive this figure will be.
No word on when it will be released.
Toho 30cm Series Mechagodzilla 1993
We first heard about a potential Mechagodzilla II figure last November during our interview with X-Plus. Now, after an 8-month wait, we get our first glimpse at this new entry into the Toho 30cm Series.
It’s really great to see X-Plus taking on more Heisei lately. Destoroyah, Battra and now this; love it!
I have to say, though: is it just me or does his feet seem big? Like, really big? I’m a bit concerned about this. Judge for yourself.
Hope this is just some sort of camera lens trick
The sign says this one is coming out in September.
Gigantic Series Ultraman Type C
The Gigantic Series goes Ultra!
X-Plus boss, Gee Okamoto said he wanted to make a Gigantic Ultraman during our interview last November. So glad he actually did it. This thing looks fantastic!
It’s expected to ship in September.
Large Monster Series Gamera 1996
X-Plus released a Large Monster Series Gamera 1996 back in June of 2014. It seems they will be releasing another in September.
Unlike the first release which has a head tilted slightly upwards, this new sculpt has a head tilted slightly downward. I don’t get it. Perhaps X-Plus feels this new sculpt will better pair up with the Large Monster Series Legion which is due out in August.
Either way, those who missed out on Gamera two years ago will get another shot at him.