Gigabrain

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Gigabrain is a Japanese toy manufacturer who has released numerous figures from the Godzilla and Toho television series franchises.

Figures

Jet Jaguar

Jet Jaguar was initially released in 2006,[1] with batches of variants coming out later that year, in 2007, and in 2015. The figure has about 15 points of articulation and it stands at about 9 inches tall[2]. This was the first figure the company made.[1]

Godzilla 1965

Godzilla 1965 was initially released in 2006,[1] with batches of variants coming out in 2007 and 2013. It stands at about 9 inches tall.[3]

Godzilla 1962

Godzilla 1962 was initially released in early 2007, with batches of variants coming out in the fall of the same year, the winter of 2008,[1] 2009, 2010, 2012, 2013, and 2015. The figure stands at just over 8 inches tall.[4]

Godzilla 1964

Godzilla 1964 was initially released in early 2007, with batches of variants coming out in the fall of the same year, the winter of 2008,[1] 2009, and 2015. The figure stands at just over 8 inches tall.[5]

Gigan 1973

Gigan 1973 was initially released in 2007, with batches of variants coming out in October of the same year, May of 2009,[1] 2012, and 2013. The figure stands at around 9 inches tall.[6]

Monster X

Monster X was initially released in the winter of 2008, with batches of variants coming out in the spring of 2008, the summer of the same year,[1] and 2013. The figure stands at around 10 inches tall.[7]

Zone Fighter

Zone Fighter was released in late 2008[1] and has no variants. The figure stands at just over 9 inches tall.[8]

Godman 1972

Godman 1972 was released in late 2008[1] and has no variants. The figure stands at just over 9 inches tall.[9]

Greenman 1973

Greenman 1973 was released in late 2008[1] and has no variants. The figure stands at just over 9 inches tall.[10]

Hedorah 1971

Hedorah 1971 was initially released in 2012, with batches of variants coming out later that year and in 2015. The figure stands at about 12 inches.[11]

Showa King Ghidorah

Showa King Ghidorah was initially released in 2012, with a batch of variants coming out later that year. The figure stands at about 14 inches tall and has a wingspan of over 16 inches.[12]

References

This is a list of references for Gigabrain. These citations are used to identify the reliable sources on which this article is based. These references appear inside articles in the form of superscript numbers, which look like this: [1]

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SkullIsland

6 months ago
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One of the Jet Jaguars has a very similar color scheme to the Eva unit 01.
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Les

6 months ago
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I believe that is intentional but I have no actual confirmation to include it
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Titanollante

6 months ago
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This is really cool!! These people made Firefighter and Medical Jet Jaguar figures too!
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Les

6 months ago
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And also seemingly the only modern toy company to make figures for Godman and Greenman.