The Mecha King Ghidorah S.H.MonsterArts Figure Looks Amazing

The King is back! The rebuilt three-headed Mecha King Ghidorah is the latest kaiju to join the S.H.MonsterArts Godzilla line of premium action figures. This version of Godzilla’s longtime foe is based on the Golden King’s appearance in the 1991 film Godzilla vs. King Ghidorah. In the 23rd century, a comatose Ghidora was rebuilt long after his last defeat at the hands of Godzilla. The new and improved King was then sent back to the early 1990s to battle a rampaging Godzilla.

The S.H.MonsterArts Mecha King Ghidorah features a healthy amount of articulation, plus nearly all of the weaponry shown in the film. Sadly, he comes with no blast effects for his middle robot head. He does, however, come with a secondary set of wings that replicate the damage he receives later in the film. The King also commands a kingly sum if pre-ordered from the Big Bad Toy Store. Expect to pay $294.99 for this 9″ tall figure from Bandai Spirits.

Bandai Spirits

Bandai Spirits
Bandai Spirits
Bandai Spirits
Bandai Spirits
Bandai Spirits

Mecha King Ghidora stands tall at an impressive 9.85 and precisely placed ball joints in the neck and tail allow for unrestricted articulation. The machine hand on Ghidorah’s mechanical torso armor is interchangeable and perfect for posing with your favorite classic S.H.MonsterArts Godzilla

I hope Bandai creates a stand that allows you to recreate the scene where Ghidora captures Godzilla and flies him over the ocean. Of course, the scene will be complicated to pull off, but I’m sure Bandai could engineer something.

Mecha King Ghidora comes with the following parts and accessories:

  • Pair of regular wings
  • Pair of damaged wings
  • 5 Mechanical arm parts with stand

What do you think of the figure? Well worth the price tag? Let us know in the comments section below.

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