Jakks Pacific

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Jakks Pacific is an American toy company founded by Jack Friedman and Stephen Berman in 1995. In 2014, it released a Giant Size Godzilla to coincide with the release of Godzilla; at 24 inches tall and 43 inches long, it is the biggest Godzilla toy ever sold in the United States. The figure will be reissued in the company's toy line for Godzilla: King of the Monsters, which will be sold exclusively at Walmart starting in April 2019.[1]

Giant Size Godzilla

  • Crashing through a city near you it the new 24" Godzilla from Jakks Pacific. He has 10 points of articulation that include a powerful swinging tail! Godzilla is highly detailed and will be a fan of child and collector alike. Get your Godzilla figure today and start wrecking havoc![2]

20 Inch Godzilla

A figure of Godzilla that is over 20 inches long will be released as part of Jakks Pacific's line for Godzilla: King of the Monsters.

6 Inch Figures

King Ghidorah

Jakks Pacific's 6 inch tall figure of King Ghidorah includes an Argo jet and a destructible city.

Rodan

The 6 inch tall figure of Rodan includes an Osprey helicopter and a destructible city.

Kings Collide Battle Packs

Godzilla and King Ghidorah

The Godzilla and King Ghidorah Kings Collide Battle pack includes figures small figures of both monsters, as well as a backdrop of Boston and a stand to hold it up. The Godzilla figure has no special paint effects and comes with its tail separated in the package.

Godzilla and Rodan

The Godzilla and Rodan pack includes small figures of both monsters, as well as a backdrop of the Isla de Mara volcano and a stand to hold it up. The Godzilla figure features blue dorsal plates and eyes.

Godzilla and Mothra

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The Godzilla and Mothra pack includes small figures of both monsters, as well as a backdrop of the Temple of the Moth and a stand to hold it up. The Godzilla figure features a reddish orange paint pattern on its body reminiscent of Burning Godzilla.

Electronic Mask Godzilla

Bootleg

A bootleg of the Giant Size Godzilla has been distributed in China. Differences between it and the original include white dorsal plates, much larger eyes, and a lack of articulation in the mouth, hands, and feet. There are also some miscellaneous paint job differences along the belly and back.

Trivia

  • Unused concepts for Jakks Pacific's Giant Size Godzilla figure included sound effects, a 31-inch height to match the company's other large-scale figures, and another undisclosed feature, presumably atomic breath.[3]

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References

This is a list of references for Jakks Pacific. 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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VaderRaptor

2 months ago
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I hope the big Godzilla is actually big and articulate. I also am hoping that it’s relatively cheep. Maybe like 20-40 dollars.
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Doomzilla

2 months ago
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Well, time to save a buttload of money. Jakks Pacific, NECA, S.H monsterarts, and the classic movie monster series, this is going to be a fun year for us Godzilla fans! =P
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Keizer Zilla

2 months ago
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I have the Atomic breath G14 figure, It's pretty sentimental to me as it was my first piece of Goji merch.
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MINEZILLA

2 months ago
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Is that Burning Godzilla in the Mothra toy pack???
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VaderRaptor

2 months ago
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Spoiler Alert is before the toys come out!
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VaderRaptor

2 months ago
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Sorry. I meant us.
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Kaiju4EVER

28 months ago
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I have the Giant Size Godzilla figure but it takes up so much space.
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Monintoho

15 months ago
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Same, its cool. But big, now it cost alot more.