X-Plus just hit us with THREE knock-out announcements featuring two reissues and the all-new Frankenstein. Preorders are open for all three and they are all set to be released this June. Let’s run through all of the details in movie order. Click the photo or the more link to get all of the details.
Leslie Chambers Reviews the X-Plus Large Monster Series Mothra 2001 and Baragon 2001 GMK vinyl figure set
Yes, yes, yes! Know what I mean? Leslie Chambers reviews the Toho Favorite Sculptors Line Large Monster Series Mothra 2001 & Baragon 2001 (FAVORITE SCULPTORS LINE 東宝大怪獣シリーズ「モスラ(2001)&バラゴン(2001)」) vinyl figure set by X-Plus. It was released in February 2018.
• See more of Leslie’s reviews at his YouTube Channel.
Rich Eso reviews the Toho Large Monster Series Mothra 2001 & Baragon 2001 (FAVORITE SCULPTORS LINE
東宝大怪獣シリーズ「モスラ(2001)&バラゴン(2001)」 ショウネンリック限定商品) RIC Exclusive Version vinyl figure set by X-Plus.
• See more content from Rich at his Fresh Vinyl Reviews YouTube Channel.
Matt Jacobson, a.k.a. Gojira851 unboxes and reviews the Godzilla Kaiju 12in Series Baragon 1965, a North American reissue (Diamond) of the Toho 30cm Series Baragon 1965 vinyl figure by X-Plus. This version of the figure also comes with an alternate head sculpted to match the suit modified for Destroy All Monsters (1968).
See more of his videos at Gojira851’s YouTube Channel.
Brutazilla reviews the recently released Toho 30cm Series Baragon 1965/1968 vinyl figure by X-Plus. This review is for the North American re-issue distributed by Diamond also known as the Godzilla Kaiju 12in Series Baragon 1965/1968.
See more videos at Brutazilla’s Youtube Channel.
X-Plus Power Collector, Rich Eso, reviews the Toho Large Monster Series Baragon and Varan 1968 ‘Destroy All Monsters’ Complimentary Set Vol. 2 by X-Plus.
See more content from Rich at his website: www.FreshVinylHQ.com.
GodzillaFanFreaks reviews the X-Plus Toho Large Monster Series Baragon 1965 (Standing) 東宝大怪獣シリーズ 「バラゴン（1965年版） 立ちポーズ」 vinyl figure.
Plus, see the Kaiju Addicts Review of the X-Plus (standing) Baragon here!
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The X-Plus Toho 30cm Series Baragon 1968 Wonder Festival Commemorative Edition (東宝30cmシリーズ 「バラゴン（1968） 発光版Ver.」 ＷＦ2014 冬 開催記念商品). Only 80 were made. Click “Read More” to see one of them!
X-Plus just tweeted that the Wonderfest special will be a re-issue of the 30cm Series Baragon 1968 with light-up horn gimmick. This is a great chance to grab this guy if you missed him, especially since Baragon is absent from the teased figures in the Diamond Previews spread.
See the Wonder Fest Baragon Page on the X-Plus Ric Boy site.
Apparently, X-Plus will have a lottery to decide who will be able to buy one of the 40 WF Web Sale Baragons which were made. BAD NEWS if you are not in Japan. It seems that the only payment option available will be Collect On Delivery. So, if you use a forwarding service like Tenso.com (because the Ric Boy site does not ship overseas) then you are out of luck since Tenso won’t do that.
I was excited for this figure and planned a review but it looks like I’m one of those out of luck on this one. –Sniff–
However, if you are in Japan, you can join the lottery and get a chance at being able to purchase a Wonder Fest Baragon re-issue. Visit www.ric-toy.ne.jp/wf2014w.html on February 17 for your chance to buy one. Good Luck! がんばって！
X-Plus just tweeted a photo of their table at Wonder Festival (Winter) 2014 in Japan. They’re showing off a lot of their more recent Ultraman releases plus four Destroy All Monsters kaiju from their Toho 30cm Series. In the middle is the Wonder Festival Special Limited Edition Baragon 1968 which they are selling at the show. They also intend to sell some online after the show.
When? I’m not sure. But I have my finger on the trigger at the X-Plus Web Store. As soon as Baragon appears on their site, I will buy one and post a review.
Also on display are the 1968 Anguirus, Godzilla and Gorosaurus. Most likely there are displayed only to frame the Baragon Re-issue. (However, Godzilla and Gorosaurus will likely be re-issued at some point for North American release via Diamond Comics Distributors.
The Kaiju Planet just released their review for the newish X-Plus Baragon (1965) vinyl figure form “Frankenstein Conquers the World”. Click here to read the review!