William Fett of The Godzilla Files reviews the Toho 30cm Series Godzilla 1975 (東宝30cmシリーズ ゴジラ（1975）) standard version vinyl figure by X-Plus.
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X-Plus Godzilla 1954 and Mechagodzilla 1975 releasing next week; Train Biter already sold out at Diamond!
The North American reissues of the Toho 30cm Series Godzilla 1954 Train Biter and the 30cm Series Mechagodzilla 1975 vinyl figures by X-Plus will arrive in U.S. stores on Wednesday, October 4.
If you’ve already placed your order with us at Flossie’s, expect to have your order charged on Monday or Tuesday (Oct. 2-3, 2017). We will begin shipping them out on Thursday.
DIAMOND ALREADY SOLD OUT OF TRAIN BITERS!
Diamond Distributors is already sold out of the Godzilla 1954 figure. If you haven’t placed your order already, you will NOT be able to do so at Comic Stores as usual. The only stock left will be in the hands of stores and retailers who already ordered them ahead of time.
I’ve been saying for some time now: Diamond will not be stocking up high with X-Plus extras now and in the future. The chance of missing out is much higher now, so make sure your pre-order early from a store you trust!
We have some preorder slots still available for both figures at Flossie’s.
Youtuber Industrial Blue reviews the Toho 30cm Series Godzilla 1975 (東宝30cmシリーズ ゴジラ（1975）) Standard Version vinyl figure by X-Plus.
Although Facebook is exploding with Box Day pics of this figure, this is the first Video Review Check it out!
Kaiju Addicts TV, Episode 6: X-Plus Mechagodzilla 1993, Hedorah, Godzilla 1971, 1975, 2004 and Kiryu 2003 Heavy Arms Version
In this new episode of Kaiju Addicts TV: a look at both the 30cm Series Mechagodzilla 1993 and the Super Mechagodzilla Ric Exclusive, the Toho Large Monster Series Hedorah, Large Monster Series Godzilla 1971 (to go with Smoggie), 30cm Series Godzilla 1975 (Holy Shit!), Large Monster Series Godzilla 2004 and the 30cm Series Kiryu 2003 Heavy Arms Nightime Version.
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Last week X-Plus announced the Toho 30cm Series Godzilla 1975 vinyl figure. It’s based on Godzilla’s appearance in the 1975 movie, Terror of Mechagodzilla.
X-Plus reports that it’s about 30cm tall (11.8 inches) and will come in both a Standard version (available in stores) and a RIC Exclusive version (available from X-Plus directly).
The RIC exclusive version comes with a complete Mechagodzilla 1975 head plus an alternate left arm so that Godzilla can cradle it just as he did in the movie. It is available for pre-order now from the X-Plus site for ¥19,980 (about $180 USD) until July 20 at 6pm (Japan time).
It’s expected to ship in September 2017.
This release is significant in that it’s the first “proper” 30cm Showa Godzilla figure to come out since the Toho 30cm Series Godzilla 1955 which was released waaaaay back in 2011. And only four other 30cm Series Showa figures came out before that in 2010. Note: I’m not counting the Godzilla 1954 “Train Biter” from March 2016 since it’s stylized and not movie accurate. Point is: this new figure is a long, long time coming.
30CM 1975 LINEUP
With this new release, X-Plus’ Terror of Mechagodzilla monster lineup will be complete in the Toho 30cm Series. Both the 1975 Mechagodzilla and Titanosaurus have already been offered. If you don’t have them, no need to worry. The 30cm Series Titanosaurus is available right now as a North American (Diamond) Reissue. And a Diamond Mechagodzilla ’75 is expected to be released in the U.S. this August.
GodzillaFanFreaks reviews the Large Monster Series Titanosaurus vinyl figure by X-Plus. This is a recent Japanese release.
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William Schmeiske, on his Youtube channel Godzilla 65, reviews the Toho Large Monster Series Titanosaurus by X-Plus. He also takes a look at other X-Plus 25cm Series figures based on Terror of Mechagodzilla (1975).
You can see more of William’s videos at his YouTube Channel.
Rich Eso reviews the Large Monster Series Titanosaurus RIC Boy version vinyl figure and compares with the Toho 30cm Series version.
• See more content from Rich at his Fresh Vinyl Reviews YouTube Channel.