It's a bird… It's a plane… No wait! It’s Mecha King Ghidorah! Mecha King Ghidora joins S.H.MonsterArts in spectacular form like you’ve never seen before, with advanced articulation and out of this world detail. Mecha King Ghidora stands tall at an impressive 25cm and precisely placed ball joints in the neck and tail allow for unrestricted posing possibilities. The machine hand on Ghidorah’s mechanical torso armor is interchangeable and perfect for posing with your favorite classic S.H.MonsterArts Godzilla. Use of die-cast material adds to the authentic look. In addition to the machine hands, set includes three adorable Dorats and special display stand and support parts.
Introduction: When NECA announced that it had acquired the rights to manufacture action figures based on the 2014 Godzilla film, fans went crazy. What really shook the fandom up, however, was the announcement of the Godzilla Classics line.
Speculation was rampant, and people's imaginations ran wild with the possibilities. What new Godzilla incarnations would we see? Would Godzilla's enemies be made as well? What exactly does "classic" entail? The answer to these questions eventually came, and it was disappointing to some. Not only was the first Classic figure going to be 1994's "done to death" Moge Goji, the prototype images were rather underwhelming:
Fortunately, San Diego Comic-Con 2014 brought a ray of hope: What seemed to be an improved Godzilla 1994 prototype. The body seemed to be proportioned a lot better and the face resembled Heisei Godzilla a lot more.
So how did the final product fare? Read on and find out!
Why Tamashii Nations Needs To Release An S.H. Monsterarts Titanosaurus In 2015
I'm gonna get something out of the way right off the bat. I am NOT a neutral party. Titanosaurus has been my second favorite monster for as long as I can remember, and it's no secret that he's at the top of my personal wish list for this line. That being said, I firmly believe that Titanosaurus is the perfect figure to re-launch the Showa era sub series in 2015. Why do I believe this? Read on and find out...
This image comes from a recent event in Japan, the Wonder Festival. This is from Kaiyodo's booth at the event, and though the figures are absent, the title cards remain, informing us of several new figures not in wave 1.
The bottom four title cards are from wave 1, reading (clockwise from top-left) Cherno Alpha, Striker Eureka, Gipsy Danger, and Gipsy Danger (Plasmacaster Ver.).
But the four title cards in the back reveal new names. (Clockwise from top-left:) Crimson Typhoon (クリムゾンタイフーン), Leatherback, (レザーバック), Coyote Tango (コヨーテタンゴ), and another version of Gipsy Danger (ジプシーデンジャー). The release date appears to be January 20th (1月20日).
We'll keep you posted as more develops!
UPDATE: It appears that the new Gipsy Danger is "Chain Sword Version" (チェーンソード).
After much anticipation, everyone's favorite green plumber will be joining Tamashii Nation's super articulated action figure line. Welcome S.H.Figuarts Luigi! S.H.Figuarts advanced articulation allows for precise posing to bring the intense video game action to your fingertips.
S.H.Figuarts Diorama Play Sets allow you to take full advantage of S.H.Figuarts Mario and S.H.Figuarts Luigi figures. Diorama Play Set C features a variety of option parts to enhance the action figure posing experience. Set includes a red pipe, pipe adjustment parts, Buzzy Beetle, Piranha Plant, coin, and coin stand.
Grander! Better! Stronger than before! Tamashii Nations celebrates Getter Robo's 40th anniversary with this top class Super Robot Chogokin Getter-1. Getter-1 is portrayed in awesome detail without compromising proportion, maintaining the perfect balance of detail and design expected from the Super Robot Chogokin line.