Frank Gemignani’s The Controller Review of the X-Plus Yuji Sakai Godzilla 1995 Ric Exclusive Version

Frank Gemignani’s Controller Review of the 30cm Series Yuji Sakai Modeling Collection Godzilla 2016 standard version vinyl figure by X-Plus. This is probably the best Shin Godzilla ever by X-Plus.

• See more of Frank’s Controller Reviews at his YouTube Channel.

By |2019-11-29T15:09:14-05:00November 28th, 2019|Categories: Reviews From Other Sites|Tags: , , , , , |Comments Off on Frank Gemignani’s The Controller Review of the X-Plus Yuji Sakai Godzilla 1995 Ric Exclusive Version

X-Plus of the Day 11/5/19 – 30cm Series Mothra Larva

X-Plus 30cm Series Mothra Larva 1961 vinyl figure.

Crawling under my monitor all day today is the Toho 30cm Series Mothra Larva (1961) by X-Plus.

This is a very early figure for me and so I’m extra attached to this hyper movie-accurate of the original larva from Mothra’s very first appearance in 1961.

Fun Fact #1: X-Plus put out a “squooshy” version of this figure years ago before the Soft Series was even a thing.

Fun Fact #2: Despite being a member of the 30cm Series, this figure is actually closer in scale to the Large Monster Series Showa figures and so probably belongs on the 25cm Shelf. Mothra was HUGE in her original 1961 movie and was longer than Godzilla was tall.

I barely look at it on the shelves because I barely see it. Such a small figure with tons of headroom. Many feel this makes for a very uneventful X-Plus purchase.
So what do you think? Is this a must-have or is it too small to even consider?


When you have well over 100 X-Plus figures, each one tends to blur out of focus in lieu of the collection as a whole. ‘X-Plus of the Day’ is when I select one of them and keep them on my desk for the day in an attempt to enjoy and appreciate it away from the busy shelves.

By |2019-11-28T00:27:30-05:00November 5th, 2019|Categories: X-Plus of the Day|Tags: , , |0 Comments

X-Plus of the Day 11/4/19 – 30cm Series Mogera 1994

The X-Plus 30cm Series Mogera 1994 vinyl figure on my desk.

Hanging out on the desk today is the Toho 30cm Series Mogera (1994) by X-Plus.

The past couple of days I’ve posted favorites, but I’m back to spending the day with a figure I rarely ever look at.

Originally, I was excited to get a new 30cm Series non-Godzilla Heisei figure. But my lack of attachment to this character soon set back in.

I was still glad this figure was there on my shelves. I just didn’t look at it that much.

Shame, too, because this thing has a great sculpt and fantastic details on it. The blue treads are especially cool.

I was never that into The Mysterians (1957) so this 1994 version is my Mogera.

So, how about you, Heisei collectors. Is this figure so-so or is it a winner?


When you have well over 100 X-Plus figures, each one tends to blur out of focus in lieu of the collection as a whole. ‘X-Plus of the Day’ is when I select one of them and keep them on my desk for the day in an attempt to enjoy and appreciate it away from the busy shelves.

By |2019-11-28T00:28:14-05:00November 4th, 2019|Categories: X-Plus of the Day|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Diego Doom Reviews the 30cm Series Yuji Sakai Godzilla 1995 Standard vinyl by X-Plus

Diego Doom reviews the Toho 30cm Series Yuji Sakai Modeling Collection Godzilla (1995) standard version vinyl figure by X-Plus.

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By |2019-11-10T13:06:19-05:00November 3rd, 2019|Categories: Reviews From Other Sites|Tags: , , , , , , |Comments Off on Diego Doom Reviews the 30cm Series Yuji Sakai Godzilla 1995 Standard vinyl by X-Plus

X-Plus of the Day 11/3/19 – 30cm Series Godzilla 1954

X-Plus 30cm Series Godzilla 1954 vinyl figure on my desk.

Hanging out on my desk today is the 30cm Series Godzilla 1954 by X-Plus.

This is special today for 2 reasons. 65 years ago today on November 3, 1954, Godzilla first stomped onto Japanese movie theater screens. So, Happy Anniversary, Gojisama!

Next, this is the 3rd ever X-Plus I got. And my first 30cm Series Godzilla.

Since this figure came out, X-Plus has released four more 54’s. And so this guy here often gets forgotten.

It was the tallest 30cm Godzilla for a long while. I think it was finally beaten by last years Godzilla 1967.

It’s been released a few times already, mostly with monochrome paint apps (as seen here) and also in color.

Seems a shame this figure seems mostly ignored now. What do you think of it? How do you rank it?


When you have well over 100 X-Plus figures, each one tends to blur out of focus in lieu of the collection as a whole. ‘X-Plus of the Day’ is when I select one of them and keep them on my desk for the day in an attempt to enjoy and appreciate it away from the busy shelves.

By |2019-11-28T00:29:43-05:00November 3rd, 2019|Categories: X-Plus of the Day|Tags: , , |0 Comments

X-Plus of the Day 11/2/19 – 30cm Series Godzilla 1968

X-Plus 30cm Series Godzilla 1968 vinyl figure on my desk.

Sitting on my desk all day today is the 30cm Series Godzilla 1968.

This is one of the first figures that I got and it’s always been a favorite, despite it being one of the shorter 30cm Series figures.

THIS is the Godzilla that’s burned into my brain. This is what I grew up with. And this is the probably the figure I would save from a fire if I could only save one.

What do you think of this one? Does the size bother you? Where does it rate for you?


When you have well over 100 X-Plus figures, each one tends to blur out of focus in lieu of the collection as a whole. ‘X-Plus of the Day’ is when I select one of them and keep them on my desk for the day in an attempt to enjoy and appreciate it away from the busy shelves.

By |2019-11-28T00:30:42-05:00November 2nd, 2019|Categories: X-Plus of the Day|Tags: , , |0 Comments