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Funko is a toy company that focuses on making stylized pop culture vinyl figures. It has released Godzilla figures as part of its Pop!, Hikari, and SciFi Mystery Mini lines, along with a Pop! of King Kong from Kong: Skull Island, and will produce figures for the upcoming Godzilla vs. Kong.[1]


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A 6" Godzilla Pop! figure was revealed in late August of 2015. The figure was released in November.[2]

"Original B&W" Godzilla

The Original Black and White variant of the Godzilla figure was sold at New York Comic-Con from October 8-11, 2015.

Burning Godzilla

The Burning Godzilla variant was exclusive to the online store GTS Distribution.

"Ghost Glow" Godzilla

The Ghost Glow variant of the Godzilla figure was sold at New York Comic-Con from October 8-11, 2015.

Atomic Breath Godzilla

The Atomic Breath variant of the Godzilla figure glows in the dark, and was sold as a PX Previews exclusive.

BAM Exclusive Godzilla

A variant of the Godzilla Pop! figure with gray skin, white eyes, and purple dorsal plates was revealed in April 2018 and is available exclusively on the Books-A-Million website.

King Kong

A King Kong Pop! figure based on his appearance in Kong: Skull Island was revealed on November 30, 2016 and released in January 2017.[3] This was the first product to include the MonsterVerse logo on its packaging.


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A Godzilla figure was released in FunKo's Hikari line in April 2016.

Ghost Godzilla

Toy Tokyo carried an exclusive variant of the Godzilla Hikari figure colored after Ghost Godzilla.

Burning Godzilla

Deep Sea Godzilla

Kaiju Godzilla

Classic Godzilla

Mystery Minis

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Board games

Godzilla: Tokyo Clash

Funko revealed a board game based on the Godzilla franchise at New York Toy Fair 2020. The game includes pieces based on Godzilla, Mothra, Megalon, and King Ghidorah. It was released in June.


  • On the box art for every Godzilla Pop! figure (exclusive color variations included), Godzilla's dorsal fins are shown to extend into his forehead area. However, this detail is missing from the actual figures, with the plates in actuality stopping near the top of the head.


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Brian Awards

5 months ago
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Please You Forgot Toho Monsters Funko Pop!? with Showa!? Or Heisei!? Or Millennium!? Or Tristar!? And Or Monsterverse!?

Astounding Beyond Belief

5 months ago
Score 1
Can't forget what doesn't exist! I'm aware that the names of Godzilla vs. Kong Pops have leaked, but we try to wait for things to be a bit more official before we add them to the site.


5 months ago
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That makes sense.


46 months ago
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I actually have the normal Godzilla figure. It's pretty neat, albeit unlike other figures it doesn't have head articulation due to a dorsal fin being placed conveniently where the joint would be.

Magara M&E

48 months ago
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The Kong figure is out now just so you know
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