NECA

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NECA (National Entertainment Collectibles Association) is an American company that manufactures collectible merchandise based on licensed properties such as films, video games, television series, and sports. NECA acquired the license to Godzilla from Warner Bros. in 2014 to coincide with the 2014 American film. While it initially produced merchandise specifically for the 2014 film, NECA has since released figures of many different versions of Godzilla. These detailed, super-articulated figures stand over 6 inches tall, with head-to-tail measurements of over 12 inches long. In 2019, it released figures for the monsters from the 2014 film's sequel, Godzilla: King of the Monsters. NECA's Godzilla line ended on August 2020, as Godzilla vs. Kong toy licensor Playmates wished to avoid competition.[1][2]

Some of NECA's subsidiary companies, such as WizKids (stylized as WiZK!DS) and Kidrobot, released merchandise utilizing the Godzilla license as well.

Figures

2014

2014 Godzilla

NECA's 2014 Godzilla figures, based on Godzilla's appearance in the 2014 Legendary Pictures film, come in two sizes. One is 6 inches tall and began shipping on May 16th.[3] The other, 12 inches tall while featuring more articulation and sound effects, was released in July 2014.[4]

6" tall (12" length) figure
  • Description: "From one of the most anticipated movie releases this year, the relaunch of the classic Godzilla franchise. This 6″ tall figure is highly detailed and fully articulated, and 12” long from head to tail! Over 25 points of articulation and a bendable tail. This classic movie monster has never looked so good in toy form."
12" tall (24" length) figure
  • Description: "From one of the most anticipated movie releases this year, the relaunch of the classic Godzilla franchise. This 12″ tall action figure with is highly detailed and fully articulated, and 24” long from head to tail! Over 25 points of articulation, bendable tail, and sound effects. Batteries included. The classic movie monster has never looked so good in toy form."
1994 Godzilla

NECA's 1994 Godzilla represents Godzilla as he appeared in Godzilla vs. SpaceGodzilla. It was originally released in August 2014 and reissued in February 2018. NECA announced a second reissue, this one with a new box, at San Diego Comic-Con in 2019.

  • Description: "In celebration of the new Godzilla motion picture, we begin to explore the classic decade-spanning franchise. Our first offering is based on the 1994 movie version of the beloved monster Godzilla from Godzilla vs. SpaceGodzilla. The figure stands over 6″ tall, with a head-to-tail measurement of over 12″ long. It features incredible detail and nearly 30 points of articulation."
1985 Godzilla

Released in November 2014, 1985 Godzilla represents Godzilla as he appeared in The Return of Godzilla. Fan response to initial sculpts of the figure having a small head lead to a reworking of the figure to become more screen accurate. NECA announced a reissue of the figure with new dorsal plates, hands, and a new box at San Diego Comic-Con in 2019.

  • Description: "In celebration of the new Godzilla motion picture, we begin to explore the classic decade-spanning franchise, with our second version of the beloved monster based on the movie Godzilla 1985 (originally titled The Return of Godzilla). The figure stands over 6″ tall, with a head-to-tail measurement of over 12″ long. It features incredible detail, including a bendable tail and nearly 30 points of articulation!"

2015

Classic 1995 Burning Godzilla

Classic 1995 Burning Godzilla represents Godzilla's appearance in Godzilla vs. Destoroyah. It was scheduled to be released in January of 2015, but did not finally see release until early March. NECA announced a reissue of the figure with a new box at San Diego Comic-Con in 2019.

  • Description: "Celebrating the most famous kaiju of all time, we continue to explore the classic decade-spanning Godzilla franchise! This version of the beloved monster is based on the 1995 movie Godzilla vs. Destoroyah. The figure stands over 6″ tall, with a head-to-tail measurement of over 12″ long. It features incredible “burning” details, a bendable tail and nearly 30 points of articulation!"
Classic Video Game Appearance Godzilla

Classic Video Game Appearance Godzilla represents Godzilla as he appeared in the 1988 Nintendo Entertainment System game Godzilla: Monster of Monsters!. It was announced at Toy Fair 2015. It is partially made from the mold of the 1985 Godzilla figure, but features new dorsal plates and a light blue color scheme with some pixels painted on its body, to match Godzilla's sprite in the game. It began shipping on June 25, 2015.

  • Description: "Based on his appearance in the 1988 game for the popular 8-bit home console, Godzilla stands over 6″ tall and is nearly 12” long, with over 30 points of articulation (including bendable tail) and all new dorsal plates to match his in-game silhouette. Stylized paint deco reproduces the video game’s pixilated look. The figure comes in special window box packaging inspired by the classic video game cartridge box."
1954 Godzilla

NECA's 1954 Godzilla represents Godzilla from the original 1954 film. It was originally scheduled for a spring 2015 release, but was pushed back to September, with the release of the Classic Video Game Appearance Godzilla figure being pushed up before it. NECA announced a reissue of the figure with a new box at San Diego Comic-Con in 2019.

  • Description: "Celebrating the most famous kaiju of all time, we go back to the beginning of the classic decade-spanning Godzilla franchise! This version of the beloved monster is based on the original black-and-white Godzilla movie, released in 1954. The figure stands over 6″ tall, with a head-to-tail measurement of over 12″ long. It features incredible detail, a bendable tail and nearly 30 points of articulation!"

2016

2001 Godzilla

On February 13, 2016, NECA revealed images of an unpainted prototype figure of the Godzilla design from Godzilla, Mothra and King Ghidorah: Giant Monsters All-Out Attack, which was to be showcased later at Toy Fair. On March 9, 2016, Toho Kingdom posted official pictures of the finished figure on Twitter.[5][6] The figure was originally scheduled for a July 2016 release, but was pushed back to October 17, 2016.[7]

  • Description: "This version of the beloved monster is based on the 2001 movie Godzilla, Mothra, and King Ghidorah: Giant Monsters All-Out Attack, a spectacular battle between Godzilla and some of his most famous foes. The figure stands over 6″ tall, with a head-to-tail measurement of over 12″ long. It features incredible detail and over 30 points of articulation, including an articulated tail!"

2017

Shin Godzilla (2016)

An unpainted prototype figure of Godzilla based on his appearance in Shin Godzilla was seen alongside NECA's upcoming Godzilla and Pacific Rim figures at San Diego Comic-Con 2016. On Twitter, NECA stated that the figure was estimated for a winter release, and that a special announcement would be made in October.[8] The painted figure was finally revealed on October 12, at a Shin Godzilla screening at the Alamo Drafthouse in Yonkers. The figure was released in May 2017.[9]

  • Description: "From Shin Godzilla, the blockbuster 2016 movie that returned the classic Godzilla franchise to its roots! The most famous kaiju in the world measures 6″ tall and 12” long from head to tail. It features incredible detail and over 30 points of articulation, including an articulated tail!"[9]
2001 Godzilla (Atomic Blast)

This retool of the 2001 Godzilla figure was unveiled at the 2017 New York Toy Fair alongside the Shin Godzilla (2016) figure. The figure comes with a new atomic breath piece and an added bluish tint for the dorsal plates and front of the body. It was released in August 2017.

  • Description: "NECA continues to celebrate the most famous kaiju of all time! This version of the beloved monster is based on Godzilla’s “Atomic Blast” attack in the 2001 movie Godzilla, Mothra, and King Ghidorah: Giant Monsters All-Out Attack, a spectacular battle between Godzilla and some of his most famous foes."
Reactor Glow Godzilla

The Reactor Glow Godzilla is a repaint of NECA's Burning Godzilla figure. Although the image on the back of the box shows a Burning Godzilla figure with all of the orange on its body recolored green, the actual figure features non-translucent, glow-in-the-dark green blotches instead. It was available exclusively through a March 2017 Loot Crate DX subscription.

  • Description: "No primal crate would be complete without an appearance from the King of Monsters himself. This highly articulated Loot Crate variant from the 1995 Godzilla vs. Destoroyah movie has incredible, glow-in-the-dark details just like Godzilla does when he unleashes his Atomic Breath!"

2018

2016 Shin Godzilla (Atomic Blast)

On June 27, 2018, a retool of the Shin Godzilla (2016) figure was revealed, the first Godzilla-related figure announced by NECA in over a year. The figure features purple paint effects on its body and dorsal plates, as well as new molds for the mouth and tail tip. It comes with two atomic breath effect pieces, one for the mouth and one for the tail, and began shipping in September.[10]

  • Description: "From the blockbuster 2016 movie that returned the classic Godzilla franchise to its roots!

This version of the most famous kaiju in the world is based on Godzilla’s “Atomic Blast” attack in the movie. The figure measures 6″ tall and 12″ long from head to tail. It features Atomic Blast effects that attach to both mouth and tail, all new paint deco, new head sculpt, and over 30 points of articulation, including an articulated tail!"[10]

2019

Godzilla (King Kong vs. Godzilla 1962 Movie)

A figure of Godzilla from King Kong vs. Godzilla was revealed on July 19, 2018, in a display along with 2016 Shin Godzilla (Atomic Blast) and 1956 Movie Poster Godzilla. Its release date was originally set for November 2018, but was ultimately pushed back to late February 2019.[11]

  • Description: "NECA continues to celebrate the most famous kaiju in the world in action figure form!

This version of the beloved monster is based on the 1962 movie King Kong vs. Godzilla. The figure measures 6″ tall and 12” long from head to tail. It features over 30 points of articulation, including an articulated tail!"

Godzilla (2019)

NECA revealed a figure of Godzilla from Godzilla: King of the Monsters at New York Toy Fair on February 16, 2019, alongside its Mothra, Rodan, and Godzilla V2 figures. It was released on May 7, 2019.

  • Description: "NECA is thrilled to present its first figure from the upcoming, hotly anticipated Godzilla: King of the Monsters movie!

Based on the monster’s on-screen appearance in this sequel to the 2014 Godzilla movie, the all-new Godzilla is fully poseable, with over 25 points of articulation."

Mothra (2019)

A figure of the imago Mothra from Godzilla: King of the Monsters was released on May 21, 2019. It includes a cocoon display base. The figure was originally meant to include a Mothra larva accessory, but it was not approved and is excluded from the final release.[12]

  • Description: "NECA is thrilled to present its second figure from the upcoming, hotly anticipated Godzilla: King of the Monsters movie!

Based on the monster’s on-screen appearance in this sequel to the 2014 Godzilla movie, Mothra features articulated wings and includes a display base with support rod for simulated in-air poses."

1956 Movie Poster Godzilla

A retool of the 1954 Godzilla repainted to reflect Godzilla's coloration on American one sheet posters for Godzilla, King of the Monsters! was revealed on July 19, 2018 in a display along with the 2016 Shin Godzilla (Atomic Blast) and Godzilla (King Kong vs. Godzilla 1962 Movie). It was released on June 20, 2019.

  • Description: "NECA goes back to the movie that started the reign of the most famous kaiju in the world!

This version of the beloved monster is based on the one-sheet poster for movie’s 1956 U.S. release, Godzilla, King of the Monsters!

The figure measures 6″ tall and 12″ long from head to tail. It features over 30 points of articulation, including an articulated tail! The package insert doubles as a foldable backdrop that brings the one-sheet to life – Godzilla can be posed in the fold of the backdrop creating a 3D version of the poster illustration in toy form.

Comes in collector-friendly window box packaging with opening flap."

Rodan (2019)

A figure of Rodan from Godzilla: King of the Monsters was released on July 12, 2019, though it was originally announced for September. It comes with a volcano display base and two interchangeable heads, one with an open mouth and one with a closed mouth.

  • Description: "NECA is thrilled to present its next figure from the upcoming, hotly anticipated Godzilla: King of the Monsters movie!

Based on the monster’s on-screen appearance in this sequel to the 2014 Godzilla movie, Rodan features articulated wings and includes a display base with support rod for simulated in-air poses."

Godzilla V2 (2019)

A figure of Godzilla from Godzilla: King of the Monsters with blue eyes and dorsal fins, as well as an atomic breath effect piece, was released on August 7, 2019.

  • Description: "NECA is thrilled to present another figure from the upcoming, hotly anticipated Godzilla: King of the Monsters movie!

Based on the monster’s on-screen appearance in this sequel to the 2014 Godzilla movie, this version of Godzilla features lightning paint deco and is fully poseable, with over 25 points of articulation.

The figures comes with an attachable blast effect."

Godzilla V3 (2019)

A figure of the MonsterVerse version of Burning Godzilla from Godzilla: King of the Monsters was revealed at San Diego Comic Con 2019 by NECA.[13] It began being sold exclusively at Target in November of that same year.

  • Description: "NECA is thrilled to present another figure from the new Godzilla: King of the Monsters movie!

Based on the monster’s on-screen appearance in this sequel to the 2014 Godzilla movie, this version of Godzilla features burning paint deco and is fully poseable, with over 25 points of articulation.

The figure measures 12 inches from head to tail. Window box packaging with opening flap."

1964 Godzilla (Mothra vs. Godzilla)

A figure of Godzilla from Mothra vs. Godzilla was announced on July 18, 2019, and was released on November 26, 2019.

  • Description: "NECA is excited to introduce the next iteration for the most famous kaiju in the world, Godzilla!

Based on its appearance in the 1964 film, Mothra vs Godzilla, Godzilla stands approximately 6” tall and measures 12” long from head to tail. Featuring over 30 points of articulation and an articulated tail, Godzilla will come packaged in collector friendly window box packaging with opening flap."

2020

Mothra "Poster Version"

A repaint of the Mothra figure colored to match her character poster for Godzilla: King of the Monsters was released in May 2020.

  • Description: "NECA is thrilled to present a new figure from the Godzilla: King of the Monsters movie!

Based on the monster’s on-screen appearance in this sequel to the 2014 Godzilla movie, Mothra features new deco, articulated wings and includes a themed display base with support rod for simulated in-air poses.

The figure measures approximately 12 inches in wingspan and comes in window box packaging with opening flap."

1989 Godzilla

A figure of Godzilla from Godzilla vs. Biollante was revealed at Toy Fair on February 21, 2020. It was released in late June or July 2020.

  • Description: NECA continues to celebrate Godzilla, the most famous kaiju in the world in action figure form!

This version of the beloved monster is based on its appearance in the 1989 film, Godzilla vs Biollante. The figure measures 6″ tall and 12” long from head to tail. It features over 30 points of articulation, including an articulated tail!

Godzilla will come packaged in collector friendly window box packaging with opening flap.

2003 Godzilla

A figure of Godzilla from Godzilla: Tokyo S.O.S. was revealed at Toy Fair on February 21, 2020. It was released in late June or July 2020.

  • Description: NECA is excited to introduce the next iteration for the most famous kaiju in the world, Godzilla!

Based on its appearance in the 2003 film, Godzilla: Tokyo S.O.S, Godzilla stands approximately 6” tall and measures 12” long from head to tail. Featuring over 30 points of articulation and an articulated tail, this Godzilla from the Millenium Era will come packed in collector friendly window box packaging with opening flap.

Biollante Bile Godzilla

Chinese and European online vendors posted images of a variant of the 1989 Godzilla figure prior to an announcement by NECA. The figure is coated in green paint representing Biollante's acidic sap. It was released in August 2020.[14]

  • Description: From the NECA Godzilla range comes the next most famous Kaiju in the world from the 1989 film, Godzilla vs Biollante.

This variant version is based on the final fight.

Godzilla is approximately 6” tall and 12” long from head to tail and features over 30 points of articulation plus the tail is also articulated.

Comes packaged in a collector friendly window box with opening flap.

Hyper Maser Blast Godzilla

Chinese and European online vendors posted images of a variant of the 2003 Godzilla figure prior to an announcement by NECA. The figure is covered in yellow paint representing Kiryu's Triple Hyper Maser Cannon beam. It was released in August 2020.[14]

  • Description: From the NECA Godzilla range comes the next most famous Kaiju in the world from the 2003 film, Godzilla: Tokyo S.O.S.

This variant is based on Godzilla's appearance after suffering an attack from Kityu's devastating Hyper Maser Blast.

Godzilla is approximately 6” tall and 12” long from head to tail and features over 30 points of articulation plus the tail is also articulated.

Comes packaged in a collector friendly window box with opening flap.

King Kong

NECA revealed a figure of King Kong online on June 9, 2020. The figure is an original take on the character, though the sculpt appears to be based on the 1933 King Kong, while the color scheme is reminiscent of the MonsterVerse King Kong and it also possesses bodily scars reminiscent of the 2005 King Kong. The figure comes with an alternate head and hand pieces. It was released in September 2020.

  • Description: NECA is excited to add another kaiju to its collection. At long last King Kong will be joining NECA's action figure line!

King Kong is an original take on the classic gorilla, with super detailed hair and battle wounds across the body and head sculpts.

This massive figure stands at 8" tall with over 30 points of articulation. Included with the figure are 2 heads with varied expressions, a pair of open hands, and closed fist hands. Window box packaging with opening 5th panel front cover.

Scrapped figures

NECA suggested Ghost Godzilla, Marvel Godzilla, and Hanna-Barbera Godzilla figures to Toho, who rejected them.[15][16] NECA also created a prototype Godzilla 2014 figure featuring translucent blue dorsal fins, but Toho did not approve it.[17]

WizKids mini-figures

Headknockers

NECA released two King Kong Headknockers for the 2005 remake, one featuring Kong standing atop the Empire State Building with an airplane in hand, and another with Kong standing on a fallen Vastatosaurus rex.

Body Knockers

NECA released a Godzilla Body Knocker, based on his 1954 design. In 2020, the Godzilla Body Knocker was re-released in a Limited Edition gift set exclusive to Target.

Scalers

NECA Scalers are figures designed to cling to cables and cords. The Pacific Rim and Godzilla figures in this series were released in 2014.

Kidrobot plushes

Main article: Kidrobot.

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14Goji

one month ago
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Their 2014 figure is probably the best one. I'm also planning to get 1994 too.
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14Goji

2 months ago
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Yea, I think they should have made a godzilla eaarth...
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SkullIsland

2 months ago
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While it’s disappointing that NECA won’t make anymore figures, it’s nice to know they went out on a high note with the 1989 and 2003 figures.
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RexGoji

4 months ago
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“Don’t cry because it’s over, laugh because it happened”
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RexGoji

4 months ago
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Stay strong.
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Doomzilla

4 months ago
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It is a tragic thing for neca to lose the Godzilla licence. They are a really nice alternative for many who just don't want to spend so much on the s.h monsterarts. The s.h monsterarts are good, but the annoying thing is that they are limited releases and once they are no longer available, good luck finding one at a decent price in the aftermarket world. Neca really did step up Their game in the later releases and to see them lose the licence so soon is a sad shame.
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GojiKaijuFan06

4 months ago
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This is really sad for me because I cant afford Sh Monsterarts figures. NECA is really affordable and they have great figures.
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Shin evangelion

4 months ago
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Sad news for neca alert, Mid way through august, Neca will loose there Rights for godzilla figures and once all the figures have been bought, There gone for good cause Neca lost the rights to make the figures... i have a big feeling Toho wanted this to happen to people will buy more sh monster arts or.... Playmates may have gotten necas rights
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The H-Man

4 months ago
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"i have a big feeling Toho wanted this to happen to people will buy more sh monster arts"

I doubt that. The way these toy license deals probably work is that Toho gets money up front from the toy company and maybe a percentage of the profits when the toys are released. They don't necessarily stand to profit more from SHMA than NECA just because the former toys are more expensive.
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Shin evangelion

4 months ago
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What i was saying was that, Toho wanted Neca's Godzilla rights to be over and it has been lowering the Shma figure arts line cause most of the neca godzilla figures are better then Shma in detailing and in the eyes...sometimes
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The H-Man

4 months ago
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"Toho wanted Neca's Godzilla rights to be over"

As I understand it, NECA's license either expired (as per the terms of the original contract) or were preempted in a way by Playmates' involvement. Either way, that doesn't mean what you said.
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CrazyChickenzilla

4 months ago
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Its insane how far Neca's come with the Godzilla licence.
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GojiKaijuFan06

5 months ago
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For some reason, My Godzilla 1964 has VERY stiff joints. I can only get like three parts to move. Does anyone else have this problem? if so, let me know.
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CrazyChickenzilla

4 months ago
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You should put it under hot water or a hair dryer.
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GojiKaijuFan06

4 months ago
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Thanks.
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Godzilla202

6 months ago
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guys there are two more new NECA Godzilla

The NECA Hyper Maser Godzilla 2003 And The Neca Biollante Bile Godzilla 1989
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Astounding Beyond Belief

6 months ago
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Add them then
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GojiKaijuFan06

5 months ago
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I think they are bootlegs.
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Godzillafan03

6 months ago
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I am so excited for tokyososgoji that is my favorite Godzilla design and I have never had this figure before it is so freaking expensive. So thank God I can get it for a reasonable deal now
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Godzilla202

9 months ago
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guys there are two new NECA Godzilla Number 1: the NECA Godzilla 1989

Number 2: the NECA Godzilla 2003
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UltraGoji

9 months ago
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I have the Shodaigoji one and it is AWESOME!
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VaderRaptor

10 months ago
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I bought an atomic breath Godzilla (2001 and 2019) and a Rodan (2019), but the Rodan's wing broke not even three weeks after I got it. I hope I was just unlucky.
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TopMonarchScientist

14 months ago
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I noticed that the Monster of Monsters! Godzilla figure looks like the 84Goji
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LegeGoji

16 months ago
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When will you guys add images of the Fire Godzilla figure? When the images are released on Neca Online?
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Astounding Beyond Belief

16 months ago
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We forgot. You can do it, you know.
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SkullIslandExplorer

16 months ago
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The V2 Godzilla 2019 looks like it should be called “Ice Godzilla”.
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Doomzilla

16 months ago
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The updated 1984 design is infinitely better than the previous release, still worried about his legs and the bendy wire tail though.
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5146 Adam

18 months ago
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Does anyone know if 2019 Rodan's mouth can open and close? Also, when will 2019 Mothra be released?
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JurassicKaiju14

16 months ago
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From what I've seen, Rodan has two heads; one with a closed mouth, the other open.
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Astounding Beyond Belief

16 months ago
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This is the sort of information you can just add to the page.
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Doomzilla

21 months ago
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I would love if they would make the 1964 Godzilla, that would be awesome!!!
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Doomzilla

16 months ago
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Damn, got my wish.
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LegeGoji

21 months ago
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Anyone know the exact date Neca's Godzilla 2019 comes out?
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Doomzilla

21 months ago
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As of today 3/4/2019,the NECA Godzilla 2019 is due out for March release which (for the love of god) we hope there's no delay like the 1962 Godzilla. As for the exact date, we don't know.
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JackSpinoRex

21 months ago
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Does NECA have the licence to all Toho kaiju?
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Yatkyl4403

22 months ago
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I didn´t know their making a NECA Mothra (2019) figure.
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Keizer Zilla

23 months ago
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With the announcement that Neca got the rights to ALL Toho kaiju gives me hope they will make Varan and Gorosaurus figures.
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The Critical Goji

26 months ago
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Own a Shin Godzilla (2016) fig... spent good money for it, Articulation is good design is okay... but the tail, the damn tail is placed on an ungodly angle...
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Doomzilla

28 months ago
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Whoa! NECA too?! Somebody punch me cuz I'm in heaven! We are getting both versions of S.H. MonsterArts and NECA Godzilla 1962?! This is awesome!!!
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GODZILLA 1993 14

29 months ago
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I hope they make a 1993 Mechagodzilla
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GODZILLA 1993 14

29 months ago
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I own Neca's 1994 Godzilla toy. It has a lot of detail
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Xen

36 months ago
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Hey NECA, does this look familiar to you? http://steam...id=603693672 File Size Posted Size 0.568 MB Jan 18, 2016 @ 12:00pm

507 x 573
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Godzillafan26

37 months ago
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NECA does good at making godzilla toys
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GojiFan2002

40 months ago
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Although I would like NECA to make a G2000 figure, KiryuGoji, Shin Godzilla and MonsterVerseGoji (Atomic Breath Version), King Kong (From Godzilla vs. Kong)
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GojiFan2002

40 months ago
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Although Toho disapproved of a figure of Godzilla 2014 (Atomic Breath) ;;;
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SkullIsland

42 months ago
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Does anyone else find it odd that NECA uses the Bandai Creation Godzilla 1954 on their box art?
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Titanollante

40 months ago
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The Japanese "Movie Monster King" series or whatever also has it, though at least with that one it's also Bandai.
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SkullIsland

45 months ago
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It appears neca is planning to make more 12 inch Godzilla figures

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CdrWikizilla

45 months ago
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I have the Godzilla 1954 from this line. Pretty good figure.
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Kaiju4EVER

45 months ago
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Toho didn't approved of the atomic breath version of Godzilla 2014 but they did approve of the atomic breath version of the GMK Godzilla.
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CdrWikizilla

45 months ago
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lol
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Astounding Beyond Belief

46 months ago
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Thanks for adding my pictures of the painted Shin-Goji reveal. :D
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The King of the Monsters

50 months ago
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I recently got NECA's GMK Godzilla, and it's an amazingly detailed and accurate figure, much better than the Bandai Creation Godzilla 2001 figure I have. It's probably not quite as accurate as the S.H. MonsterArts figure, but for the price it's pretty impressive. In my opinion it's NECA's best figure since Godzilla 2014.
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The King of the Monsters

50 months ago
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NECA posted something on Twitter saying that for some reason the proportions of ShinGoji's head in the pictures of it taken at NYCC are distorted, and the real proportion of the head will look more like that seen on the unpainted prototype.
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Kaiju4EVER

50 months ago
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Good, the unpainted prototype's head looks much more accurate.
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TheWatcherIsBae

50 months ago
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I want the ShinGoji figure so much :O I need that SokogekiGoji figure and that NES Godzilla figure too.
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Kaiju4EVER

51 months ago
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I wonder what the announcement in October will be about.
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Titanollante

50 months ago
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Apparently just ShinGoji. Or so it would seem...
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ShodaiMeesmothLarva

50 months ago
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Man, I hope the Godzilla 2001 figure could be released this month.
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Monintoho

36 months ago
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I got the awesome shin goji
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