PHOTO: Collector Sam Torres Recreates ‘Son of Godzilla’

Is it real? Or is it X-Plus? No, you're not looking at a screenshot from 1967's Son of Godzilla. Sam Torres, diorama maker, toy photographer and X-Plus collector, has done a great job of making the next best thing. He's brought his Toho Large Monster Series Godzilla 1967 and his Large Monster Series Kamacuras (both by X-Plus) together in a great shot which looks like it could be a frame from the movie.

By |2019-11-10T16:48:00-05:00May 26th, 2019|Categories: PHOTOS, Reader Photos|Tags: , , , , |Comments Off on PHOTO: Collector Sam Torres Recreates ‘Son of Godzilla’

Rich Eso reviews the Large Monster Series Kamacuras Ric Boy vinyl figure set by X-Plus

Rich Eso reviews the X-Plus Large Monster Series Kamacuras 1967 (東宝大怪獣シリーズ カマキラス 三匹のギャングセット 少年リック限定商品 ) Ric Boy 3-figure set released in earlier this month. • See more content from Rich at his website: www.FreshVinylHQ.com. • See more Kamacuras posts here on Kaiju Addicts.

By |2019-11-10T16:47:06-05:00September 27th, 2016|Categories: Reviews From Other Sites|Tags: , , , , , |Comments Off on Rich Eso reviews the Large Monster Series Kamacuras Ric Boy vinyl figure set by X-Plus

GodzillaFanFreaks Reviews the Large Monster Series Kamacuras Vinyl Figure by X-Plus

GodzillaFanFreaks reviews the Large Monster Series Kamacuras 1967 (東宝大怪獣シリーズ カマキラス) vinyl figure by X-Plus. He's reviewing the Standard version of this release which came out earlier this month. The Ric Boy Exclusive version came with a set of three. • See more of his reviews at GodzillaFanFreaks Youtube Channel. • See more Kamacuras posts on Kaiju Addicts.

By |2019-11-10T16:47:14-05:00September 27th, 2016|Categories: Reviews From Other Sites|Tags: , , , , , |Comments Off on GodzillaFanFreaks Reviews the Large Monster Series Kamacuras Vinyl Figure by X-Plus

X-Plus Kamacuras Import Available at Flossie’s

We've imported a small quantity of the X-Plus Toho Large Monster Series Kamacuras at Flossie's Gifts & Collectibles. Sorry for the higher price, but we had to pay to have these imported. It's $134.99 plus shipping. Payment plans are available if needed. Click Here to Order Kamacuras at Flossie's

By |2019-11-10T16:47:25-05:00September 15th, 2016|Categories: X-PLUS NEWS|Tags: , , , , |Comments Off on X-Plus Kamacuras Import Available at Flossie’s

Rick Esco Unboxes the X-Plus Legion and Kamacuras 3-Pack

Rich Eso's evil twin, Rick Esco Unboxes the Large Monster Series Legion and the Large Monster Series Kamacuras Ric boy by X-Plus. See more content from Rich at his website: www.FreshVinylHQ.com.

By |2019-11-10T16:47:43-05:00September 6th, 2016|Categories: Reviews From Other Sites|Tags: , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on Rick Esco Unboxes the X-Plus Legion and Kamacuras 3-Pack

X-Plus June Announcements: 30cm Mechagodzilla 1975, Kamacuras and RMC Ultraman

PHOTO: X-PLUS Ready to get blasted with yet more new releases from X-Plus? There are FIVE new announcements. We'll address four of them here. See my separate post for Legion. PHOTO: X-PLUS Toho 30cm Series Mechagodzilla 1975 (東宝30cmシリーズ メカゴジラ 1975) X-Plus has started taking orders for their upcoming Toho 30cm Series Mechagodzilla 1975 based on the giant robot's appearance in Terror of Mechagodzilla (メカゴジラの逆襲), the final Godzilla film from the Showa era. Though appearing very similar to the 1974 suit (and X-Plus' 30cm Series 1974 figure) to casual fans, there are some significant differences, most notably the MG2 emblem on each arm and lightning bolt plates on the chest replacing the quarter circle plates from the previous suit. This new 1975 version looks like it has seen more action with stronger wrinkles in the sculpt more generously shadowed with dark paint. Also, this figure does not need a base to stand as the 1974 version does. IT'S FULLY 30CM X-Plus originally stated that this figure would be a mere 27cm tall which had disappointed many collectors. That size, however, was later explained to be an error. X-Plus now states that this figure is a full 30cm tall. ARTICULATION It's not common for X-Plus releases to have articulation. But if this figure is anything at all like it's predecessor, you'll be able to move the head, jaw, shoulders, wrists. The door on the chest which hides Mechagodzilla's energy beam is hinged and will open and close. There will also be some minor give in the legs, especially the feet. X-Plus had previously released a Mechagodzilla 1975 for the Large Monster Series (Daikaiju Series), but that one won't plausibly be able to display well with your Toho [...]

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