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Bandai Godzilla 1974 [2003] Side
Bandai Godzilla 1974 [2003] Side
In conjunction with “Godzilla: Tokyo S.O.S.”in November 2003, Bandai released its first Megaro-Goji figure, which represented Godzilla from 1973-1975. One of Bandai’s most anticipated releases, this particular figure was from 1974’s “Godzilla vs. MechaGodzilla” and is part of the company’s 6-inch “Movie Monster Series”. Following suit with the high demand of the figure, it quickly sold out in Japan, making it difficult for American dealers to obtain large quantities. As usual the detail and accuracy is on par or exceeds the usual Bandai quality. Standing around 6-inches, it perfectly mimics the personality of the Megaro-Goji suit through the intense look preserved on the sculpted facial features. Bandai sprayed highlights from the chest to the belly, followed by the knees, toenails, and dorsal plates. Its tag features Godzilla during his battle with MechaGodzilla. The inside of the tag featured something much different: Bandai's toy line-up for "Godzilla X MechaGodzilla". The figure went on to be released three more times. It was first released as two different figures in the 2004’s Godzilla 50th Memorial Box Set. The first figure represented 1974’s MechaGodzilla as the disguised Godzilla from a scene in the film. Using the previous year’s mold, Bandai sculpted a new right arm revealing MechaGodzilla’s titanium armor, exposing the robot to the real Godzilla. Bandai used light blue highlights on the armor section. Following Bandai’s first creative attempt at re-using the 1974 mold, they produced Godzilla 1975, while sculpting a new head and making the figure in green vinyl. The third and final Megaro-Goji release was paired with a repaint of 2002’s Titanosaurus release in a Toy’s Dream Project set. In addition to being done in black vinyl with green highlights, the figure’s vinyl is much softer than the Godzilla 50th Anniversary Box Set version. Godzilla 1974 remains a collector favorite and one of Bandai’s finest releases.
Bandai Godzilla 1995 [1995] Back
Bandai Godzilla 1995 [1995] Back
1995 would mark the end of the Heisei chapter in Godzilla's lifespan with the big guy's death through meltdown in "Godzilla vs. Destroyah". Bandai took full advantage of this unique event and produced four wonderful figures, and for the first time, a theater exclusive figure. These four figures were Burning Godzilla, Adult Destroyah, Aggregate Destroyah, and Godzilla Junior. In theaters, Bandai's mold for Burning Godzilla would be made in traunslucent orange vinyl with red highlights to represent the big G's last moments before dying in the film. The tags folded and each featured a picture of the monster the toy represents and then the advance art work for the film on the back. Inside, the tag advertised Godzilla's death in the film with bold capitalization of "GODZILLA DIES" and art work of Godzilla fighting Destroyah. This figure was important for two reasons. It was the first Godzilla figure to feature soft vinyl, which is a technique Bandai continues to this day. This was done to promote child safety. Secondly, it was the first new mold for Godzilla since 1992's Bato-Goji figure. Bandai's Burning Godzilla was striking at the time of its release and still is to this day. The figure was molded in a dark, charcol-colored vinyl with orange highlights to represent Godzilla burning. The figure is over 9 inches tall, standing much taller than his opponent Adult Destroyah. Bandai would continue on to reissue the mold several more times; first as a theater exclusive and then two times in the "Godzilla Forever" series. It was then shrunk down to 6 inches and used in their "Movie Monsters" line. They then fashioned three 6 inch designs after the theater exclusive and "Godzilla Forever" figures for an exclusive Bandai Museum line. Next, the figure would be used in the Godzilla 50th Memorial Box and then for a Toys Dream Project set.

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