This Shogun Godzilla Figure Is Hot. 1200°C Hot!

If you missed out on the chance to own the last couple of versions of Super7’s 3.75″ tall Shogun Godzilla, don’t worry. There’s a brand new one on the way, and he’s hot! Based on the King of the Monsters’ burning form during the climax of Godzilla vs. Destoroyah.
Everything about this ‘Zilla is the same as the previous ReAction release, but now he is molded in translucent orange. Still no firing rocket hand, though. Come on, Super7! I want my giant lizard monster to have a detachable limb that flies through the air!
1200°C Godzilla is priced at $25 and can be ordered right now by clicking here.


While it sure looks like it might be too hot to touch, you won’t actually need special heat-resistant gear to handle the new 1200ºC Shogun Godzilla ReAction figure! This 3.75” articulated figure is modeled after the vintage Shogun Godzilla toy and is injected in translucent, bright orange as an homage to the 1995 film Godzilla vs. Destoroyah. Featuring a spring-loaded, retractable “flame” tongue and packaged in a special throwback miniature box, you’ll be the one getting fired up if you miss out on this 1200ºC Shogun Godzilla ReAction figure!

  • Inspired by the vintage large format Shogun Godzilla toy
  • Translucent, bright orange colorway is an homage to the 1995 film Godzilla vs. Destoroyah
  • Features spring-loaded retractable flame tongue
  • Packaged in special vintage-inspired miniature box
  • 3.75” scale action figure with five points of articulation
  • Look for more Godzilla ReAction figures by Super7!

The two previous releases of the Shogun-styled Godzilla included a standard paint job and one with the glow-in-the-dark parts similar to the Atlantis model we reviewed recently.
Check out the video below for more information on the Shogun figure line from the 1970s.

What do you think of this new variation of the ReAction figure? Let us know in the comments section below.
[Source: Super7]

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