The King of the Monsters is here to invade your collection! This Godzilla Giant Monsters All-Out Attack Godzilla Sofubi Vinyl Figure features your favorite giant lizard standing 14-inches tall, ready to level the next miniature city in his way!
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The King of the Monsters appears as he did in his 1989 throwdown Godzilla vs. Biollante! Standing 9-inches tall, this Previews Exclusive Godzilla EX Biollante Version Sofubi Vinyl Figure looses none of his punches. This is a must have for any Godzilla collector!
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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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Godzilla: Vinyl Wars take on Godzilla, Mothra and King Ghidorah: Giant Monsters All-Out Attack. The Godzilla Vinyl Wars GMK All-Out Attack Godzilla Sofubi Vinyl Figure will hold a place of high honor in your collection as an amazing repro of the original sought-after Marmit Monster Heaven GMKGoji sculpt!
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This Godzilla Destroyah Roaring Version Sofubi Vinyl Figure – Previews Exclusive features the King of Monsters in a burning look from the 1995 film, Godzilla vs. Destroyah. Godzilla is in an angry mood, and is made in the classic Toho sofubi style from the Showa era.
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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!