List of Godzilla bootlegs
This is a list of bootlegs of Godzilla media.
- 1 Toys
- 1.1 Uncanny Embryo
- 1.2 Godzilla: High Grade Bootlegs
- 1.3 12-Inch Bandai Figure Bootlegs
- 1.4 Bootleg Bandai Creation figures
- 1.5 Godzilla 2014 Bandai Action Figure Bootlegs
- 1.6 Novel Style Godzilla
- 1.7 Jakks Pacific Godzilla Bootleg
- 1.8 Godzilland Bootlegs
- 1.9 Godzilla: Kaiju World Wars Bootlegs
- 1.10 Bandai Movie Monster Series Godzilla 2016 and SpaceGodzilla Bootlegs
- 1.11 Bandai Godzilla 1984 Bootlegs
- 1.12 Trendmasters Ultimate Godzilla Bootlegs
- 1.13 Bandai Movie Monster Series Godzilla 2003 Bootlegs
- 1.14 Bandai King Ghidorah 1964 Bootlegs
- 1.15 Bandai Movie Monster Series Burning Godzilla and Godzilla 1993 Bootlegs
- 1.16 Big Fella
- 1.17 Godzilla 1998 Figure Bootleg
- 1.18 Mechagodzilla 1974 Bootlegs
- 1.19 Bandai Toho Kaiju Godzilla 2000 bootlegs
- 1.20 Bandai Movie Monster Series Godzilla 2004 and Mechagodzilla 2003 bootlegs
- 2 Movies
- 3 Video Games
- 4 Other
- 5 References
- 6 Comments
The Uncanny Embryo is a bootleg of the 1996 DX Battery Operated Mothra Larva figure by Bandai Japan. There is a brown and a green variation. The box art features a Xenomorph from the Alien series.
Godzilla: High Grade BootlegsGodzilla: High Grade figures began appearing on the internet, and remain common on sites such as eBay and Amazon to this day, often marketed as 'cake toppers,' 'keychains' or 'Trendmasters figurines,' depending on the listing. Though at first glance it may be difficult to spot the differences between the real figures and the bootlegs, there are some notable differences. The bootleg figures are generally smaller and feature sloppier paint jobs. They also lack the marking on their tails that lists the copyright date and "BANDAI CHINA," instead simply listing the word "CHINA." Bootlegs of the Burning Godzilla specifically will often featured alternate paint jobs, recoloring the burning patches with different colors. Below are pictures comparing the actual figures and their bootlegs.
12-Inch Bandai Figure Bootlegs
Bootleg Bandai Creation figures
Bootlegs for the Bandai Creation Godzilla 2000, King Caesar, Godzilla 1954, and Atomic Roar Godzilla 2014 first appeared on the Chinese bidding site Alibaba in 2014. Unlike the official counterparts the figures stand at over 12-inches tall.
Godzilla 2014 Bandai Action Figure Bootlegs
Bootlegs of the "Smash Strike" and "Tail Strike" Godzilla 2014 Bandai Creation figures The bootlegs removed the "gimmicks" of the two figures and had poor paint jobs.
Novel Style Godzilla
The Novel Style Godzilla is a bootleg of Bandai Creation's Godzilla 2000 figure distributed in China. The figure has been remolded and repainted to somewhat resemble Godzilla 2014 and supports batteries which light up a chest light and his dorsal plates.
Jakks Pacific Godzilla Bootleg
A bootleg of the Giant Size Godzilla has been distributed in China. Differences between it and he original include white dorsal plates, much larger eyes, and removed articulation of the mouth, hands and feet (not arms and legs), in addition to some miscellaneous paint job differences along the belly and back.
Bootlegs of Bandai's 1984 Godzilland merchandise are known to exist. The bootlegged merchandise is distinguishable from legitimate Godzilland merchandise due to inconsistencies in the illustrations of the kaiju. For example, Godzilla has a horn on his head, Mothra larva has antennae and more pronounced legs and feet, and Hedorah has claws.
Godzilla: Kaiju World Wars Bootlegs
Bootlegs of the four kaiju figures packaged with the board game Godzilla: Kaiju World Wars first appeared on eBay in 2014. The Gigan is particularly unusual, featuring eyes below his visor and elongated hands instead of curved claws.
Bandai Movie Monster Series Godzilla 2016 and SpaceGodzilla Bootlegs
Bootlegs of the Bandai Movie Monster Series Godzilla 2016 and SpaceGodzilla figures first appeared on eBay in 2017. The bootleg Godzilla 2016 figure can be distinguished from the official counterpart as it has a darker paint job with fused hands and a uneven tail.
Bandai Godzilla 1984 Bootlegs
Trendmasters Ultimate Godzilla Bootlegs
Bandai Movie Monster Series Godzilla 2003 Bootlegs
Bandai King Ghidorah 1964 Bootlegs
Bandai Movie Monster Series Burning Godzilla and Godzilla 1993 Bootlegs
Big Fella was a bootleg Godzilla wind-up figure that first appeared in the 1990's.
Godzilla 1998 Figure Bootleg
This Godzilla 1998 bootleg figure has a custom sculpt and stands at 9 inches tall. There are only two variants, a green version and a purple version
Mechagodzilla 1974 Bootlegs
Bootleg Mechagodzilla 1974 figures first appeared in the 1980's. However, some can still be found on the Chinese auction site Alibaba.
Bandai Toho Kaiju Godzilla 2000 bootlegs
Bandai Movie Monster Series Godzilla 2004 and Mechagodzilla 2003 bootlegs
Godzilla vs. Megalon is perhaps the most bootlegged Godzilla movie, with several different unofficial VHS released.
In Thailand, a bootleg DVD of Dogora was released, featuring Godzilla on the cover. This led many fans to believe the DVD was a double-feature set or a different movie completely.
Toho Kingdom user 20th Century Boy discovered a bootleg Chinese DVD of what appeared to be a Godzilla film at a used bookstore in 2014. Unfortunately, there was no disc inside, leaving the identity of the film a mystery. The cover art shows a heavily altered Destoroyah with no wings, while the back cover includes a description of the plot of Rugrats in Paris, along with pictures from Godzilla vs. Destoroyah and Godzilla vs. Hedorah and promotional artwork for TriStar Pictures' GODZILLA.
Godzilla 2: War of the Monsters Famicom BootlegGodzilla 2: War of the Monsters exists. The cartridge is yellow, boasting artwork from the 1998 GODZILLA film, and with the title "Godzilla 3 H-Game 1999." The bootleg may have seen distribution in Romania after the 1998 film was released, as eBay listings tend to come from there.
This is a list of references for List of Godzilla bootlegs. 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: 
Showing 5 comments. Remember to follow the civility guidelines when commenting.