The Godzilla Vinyl Wars EX series opens with this sofubi of the “Smog Monster,” which stands nearly 20-inches tall. He’s a new colorway version of Marmit’s original Megaton Hedorah – and he is one of the coolest vinyls to ever hit the market!
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Here are a couple of large scale figures made by the Max Factory company. Big Fau and Big Duo are 2 of the more memorable giant robots, or megadeus, that Roger Smith and his Big O fight in the anime series. I purchased these from Japan, a few years ago, and have had them on display inside of a glass case for as long as I’ve owned them. So you can be rest assured that they are in about as perfect condition as they can be. I also made sure to keep their boxes nice and safe, because it almost feels like a crime to throw away such cool packages. So they have also been well taken care of.
One last thing I should mention is that I’ve noticed these figures become fairly soft during hotter temperatures. I live in Georgia, which is very hot and moist, and have noticed that they will tend to lean forwards or backwards on particularly hot days. Even when the air conditioning is on. So I’m assuming that it’s got something to do with the humidity of my location, but just wanted to give you a heads up in case you live somewhere hot. If you live somewhere cold, then I highly doubt you’ll ever need to worry about them being soft.
Here’s 2 massive figures produced by Takara back in the year 2000. Roughly translated, Tekkouki Mikazuki means Ironclad Machine Mikazuki. This was a Japanese tokusatsu TV series similar to those such as Kamen Rider and Ultraman. Mikazuki Gai, which is the silver robot, stands at 12″ tall. Mikazuki Zero, which would be the black robot, stands at around 13″ tall.
Pulgasari is one of the more obscure movie monsters that ever arrived in the kaiju scene. Pulgasari is a Korean movie that was produced in 1985. He reminds me a lot of King Caesar in a lot of ways, except with horns in place of ear like Caesar. He very much resembles a Minotaur. There is little to no wear on this figure, and he’s always been kept within a glass cabinet or case. There were 2 versions of this figure. The standard release and the gold edition. Let me know if you have any other questions!