The Tamashii Nations display from San Diego Comic-Con 2019 included items we’ve pretty much seen before. You can check out their S.H. Figuarts for Cowboy Bebop, Street Fighter, and more. For 7″ figures they had the Star Wars Movie Realization and Marvel Manga Realization. They also had their Godzilla: King of the Monsters S.H. MonsterArts, and the Soul of Chogokin – GX-88 Armored Fleet Dairugger XV (Vehicle Voltron) on display.
In Japan, pre-orders are currently live for the Godzilla: King of the Monsters – S.H. MonsterArts Rodan and Mothra 2-Pack. For its Japanese release, the set is a Bandai Premium Web Exclusive. The set features both Titans from the film, as well as flight pedestals for both. Mothra measures at a little over 3″ in length, while Rodan measure just over 5.5″ in length. Wingspan measurements were not given at this time. The set is priced at 11,000 Yen (about $101 USD) and is set for release in November.
At 9:00 AM Central Time (10:00 AM EST), sponsor Big Bad Toy Store will open up a limited pre-order for the set. It will be limited to 1 set per household. We’ll add the link (and any additional sponsor links if available) when they go live.
Pre-Order links: Big Bad Toy Store ($104.99)
This week, Godzilla: King of the Monsters opens in theaters, bringing together Godzilla and some of his most iconic friends and foes of the past. The new film is a follow up to the 2014 Godzilla movie, and follows the legendary kaiju as he battles numerous emerging Titans that look to retake their place as the rulers of the planet. As with any new Godzilla film, Bandai and Tamashii Nations have fans covered, as they have plans for Godzilla, Mothra, Rodan and King Ghidorah in the S.H. MonsterArts line up. Today, thanks to Bluefin for sending over the figure, I am happy to share a photo gallery and review for the new Godzilla 2019 figure!
Also, to celebrate the release of both the figure and the movie, we’re teaming up with Bluefin for a giveaway. Below, you can enter to win a brand new Godzilla: King of the Monsters – S.H. MonsterArts Godzilla Figure! Be sure to follow our S.H. MonsterArts landing page to keep up with all of our coverage.
Today is Alien Day 2019! Fans celebrate Alien Day on 4/26, as it is named for planet LV-426, where the Alien Derelict Ship is discovered. We’ve rounded up every related photo shoot we’ve done over the years. Below, you’ll find Aliens photo galleries from NECA, Hiya Toys, Diamond Select Toys, Eaglemoss Hero Collector, Tamashii Nations, Titan and Funko ReAction. Enjoy!
NECA Aliens Galleries
Hiya Toys Aliens Galleries
Eaglemoss Aliens Galleries
Diamond Select Toys Aliens Galleries
Other Aliens Galleries
Tamashii Nations has posted the product page for their upcoming Gamera S.H. MonsterArts Figure from the 1995 movie Gamera: Guardian of the Universe. In Japan, the film is known as Gamera: Daikaijū Kūchū Kessen, or Gamera: Giant Monster Midair Battle. The figure stands about 5.5″ tall. It will include past for Gamera’s flight mode, spinning shell flight effects pieces, and a flight standing for the spinning flight mode. The figure is a Bandai Premium Web Exclusive in Japan.
The S.H, MonsterArts Gamera (1995) Figure will go up for pre-order starting March 10. It will be priced at 10,800 Yen (about $97 USD). Look for it to be released in August. You can see new photos after the jump.
At Toy Fair 2019, Bluefin allowed us to check out their display. Here we have the Tamashii Nations S.H MonsterArts Godzilla – King of the Monsters Figures. Includes:
- King Ghidorah
Tamashii Nations has posted up the official product pages for their first two figures from Godzilla: King of the Monsters. The new listings give us a better look at, and more details for, the S.H. MonsterArts versions of Godzilla and King Ghidorah from the upcoming film. Pre-orders are scheduled to go live on January 9th, 2019 in Japan. Official US release details should follow soon after that.
Godzilla stands about 6.3″ tall. The figure will include an atomic breath effects piece. Tamashii Nations makes special note of the fact that he head can point straight up to achieve the pose seen in the films first poster. Godzilla is scheduled for release in May 2019. IT will be priced at 7,020 Yen (about $64 USD). King Ghidorah stands nearly 10″ tall, with a wingspan that measures over 23.5″ wide. The fully articulated figure will have full range of motion in the three necks and tails. Three Tamashii Stage pieces are included to act as stands for the wings and body. No additional accessories are listed at this time. The figure is scheduled for a June 2019 release at a price of 18,360 Yen (about $166 USD).
We’ll update with info from Bluefin for the US release when those details become available. You can see the new photos by clicking the headline of the story.
Tamashii Nations have revealed their S.H. Monsterarts figure for the upcoming US version of the big guy himself, Godzilla from King of Monsters! This was during the Godzilla panel at Tokyo Comic Con, and a special page is now live. In addition, pics of Ghidorah were also shown. We’ll update with more details as the official solicitations drop!
Update – Mothra and Rodan have also been revealed!
This mixed gallery contains everything else we photographed from Tamashii Nations at New York comic-Con 2018. Includes Disney, Cowboy Bebop, Naruto, Harry Potter, and S.H. MonsterArts.
Harry Potter S.H. Figuarts
- Harry Potter
- Ron Weasly
- Hermoine Granger
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- Steamboat Willie
- Minato Namikaze
- Naruto Uzumaki
- Kakashi Hatake
- S.H. Figuarts – Spike Spiegel
- S.H. Figuarts – Spike Spiegel – The Real Folk Blues
- Soul of Popynica – Swordfish
- Godzilla Anime – Godzilla Earth
- Godzilla 1962
- Shin Godzilla – Frozen Fourth Form
- Gamera 1999
- MFS-3 Mechagodzilla Type-3 Kiryu
Check out the new Godzilla 1962 S.H. MonsterArts Figure coming from Tamashii Nations. Announced and put up for pre-order last week during San Diego Comic-Con 2018, this figure is based on Godzilla as he appeared in the 1962 film Godzilla vs King Kong. The figure stands a little over 6″ tall, the figure includes an Atomic Breath effects piece and a pedestal to help hold the piece in place. The Japanese release of this Godzilla is a Bandai Premium Web Exclusive.
The figure will be priced at 9,936 Yen (about $89 USD). It is scheduled for a release in December. Click the headline of the story for the new photos.