Super7 has just announced the second wave of the Godzilla ReAction figures! More classic kaijus are coming, including a half-disguised Mechagodzilla, Godzilla ’62, Godzilla ’84, and Gigan. In addition, wave 2 includes two larger-than-normal figures: King Ghidorah and the slimy Hedorah.
King Ghidorah has articulated wings, with all three heads, legs, and tails being moveable. Although it doesn’t look like it, Hedorah does have articulated hands, legs, and tails. Hopefully, the final product Super7 ships out is really glossy. I want that toxic kaiju to look just as gross as it did in the 1971 film.
Hedorah and King Ghidorah are $25 each, and the other Godzillas and foes are $20. The 3.75″ tall figures are shipping now.
“Super7’s latest wave of Toho ReAction Figures brings new earth-shaking monsters into your home: a half-transformed Mechagodzilla, Gigan, Hedorah, King Ghidorah, Godzilla ’62, and (because one Godzilla is never enough) Godzilla ’84. At 3.75″ scale, these Toho ReAction Figures can be easily added to any Kaiju collection without risking the well-being of the surrounding populace!”
If you’re looking for the larger Ultimates figures, a few months ago, Super7 announced Godzilla VS Destoroyah. These past couple of years have seen a massive surge in collectibles being announced based on classic Godzilla monsters. Mezco started a new collectibles line featuring the original Gojira with a seamless body. The scores for Godzilla’s battles versus King Ghidorah and Mechagodzilla also got re-released on vinyl via Mondo. Hiya Toys announced a new King Ghidorah figure based on the dragon’s appearance in King of the Monsters. Mezco has a boxset containing Godzilla, Mechagodzilla, and King Caesar figures.
What caused this massive influx of collectibles? The recent American films? What do you think? What characters would you like to see join the high-end collectibles? What about the human characters from the Toho films? Should they get a line of action figures? Let us know your thoughts below.[Source: Super7]
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