The Godzilla Collection

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The Godzilla Collection is an 8-inch scale toy line released by Bandai from 1983 to 1995. It effectively spanned the length of the Heisei Godzilla series, with Toho announcing The Return of Godzilla at the end of 1983 and ending the era with Godzilla vs. Destoroyah in 1995.











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  • The Godzilla Collection is one of few lines to include a figure of Toho's King Kong, due to Toho not actually owning the character. The tag of the King Kong figure in this line credits Turner Entertainment, the owners of the original King Kong film at the time.[1] Turner had previously blocked Toho from producing a remake of King Kong vs. Godzilla titled Godzilla vs. King Kong in the early 1990's.

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This is a list of references for The Godzilla Collection. 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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4 months ago
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How tall are these figures? are they standard 6 inch or something else?

Astounding Beyond Belief

4 months ago
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8-inch scale


10 months ago
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Is there a better picture of Space Godzilla? If not, I just got that figure, and can add a side pic. A picture from the side would be good, as the dorsal spines look quite interesting. They fold downwards, because the figure was supposed to swivel. The spikes do look pretty cool, and I would like to add a picture of them to this page.

Astounding Beyond Belief

10 months ago
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By all means!


39 months ago
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I hate how the Biollante from this line is overpriced for no reason.


41 months ago
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It's annoying how Bandai got lazy and reissued their Godzilla 1992 figure (which looks more like Godzilla 1989) from this line for Godzilla 1993 and Godzilla 1994. It's even more annoying how they rescaled it for the Godzilla Island line, reissued for the Toho Kaiju line, two times for the Movie Monster Series, and once for the Godzilla 50th Anniversary Memorial Box. That makes eight releases of Godzilla 1992. At least Burning Godzilla got a different sculpt.

The other over-released figures of this line are Anguirus, Fire Rodan, Heisei Mechagodzilla, M.O.G.U.E.R.A., SpaceGodzilla, Godzilla Junior and Perfect Destoroyah.


41 months ago
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At least they actually released these toys. They announced some other ones a few years back for a different toy range and never ended up releasing them.


51 months ago
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Bandai Japan's first Godzilla toy line.
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Toy Line
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Mechagodzilla (Showa)
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Fire Rodan
Mechagodzilla (Heisei)
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