Godzilla Island Monster Series

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The Godzilla Island Monster Series (ゴジラアイランド怪獣シリーズ,   Gojira Airando Kaijū Shirīzu) is the first line of 6-inch Godzilla figures by Bandai Japan. It was created as a tie-in for the Godzilla Island TV series, which depicted the kaiju using 6-inch Bandai figures.

History

In 1997, the TV series Godzilla Island began its year-long run. The series' special effects were created using action figures made by the Japanese toy company Bandai, the largest producer of Godzilla toys in the world. In conjunction with the TV series, Bandai released a toy line based on it and its monsters. While several of the figures were re-releases of previously produced toys, several of them were entirely new molds that had been created to make the figures in the Godzilla Island series. The Godzilla Island Monster Series line of Bandai action figures has been one of Bandai's most successful and extensive Godzilla toy series.

Figures

Starting in 1998 and ending in 1999, the Godzilla Island Monster Series ran for a total of 12 individual action figures. Each came with a special tag that gave the monster's name, information on that monster and the Godzilla Island series, and the toy's number. Each toy was given an I.D. number that started with "G" and ended with a number (ex: G-01, G-02, G-03, etc.). The following is a list (in order) of each toy and its number.

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