As the Comic Con International: San Diego draws closer, we are receiving more and more visuals from the companies that will have some awesome exclusives at this years convention. This latest reveal comes from the Bandai company who will be doling out an exclusive vinyl figure of “Godzilla: King Of The Monsters”. Take a look down below for the press copy and a bunch of provided images.
The Press Release:
From Bandai the 65th Anniversary 1954 Godzilla Deluxe Vinyl Figure (2019 Convention Exclusive) is an authentic recreation of the iconic kaiju that introduced Godzilla to the world in the 1954 Toho film Godzilla. This highly detailed 2019 Convention Exclusive Godzilla features accurate sculpting in a limited edition translucent flake vinyl with added paint treatments for enhanced realism. The exclusive package is a displayable window box with premium sleeve.
Continuing along with the exploration of the 2019 Toy Fair, I am now giving you the inside peak of the Bandai booth. In the past, we’ve never actually done into the booth of the company and instead shared the visuals about their products from the windows around their pavilion. It worked to an extent but now we are heading inside to see what is coming down the pike from them. I was pretty excited about a number of the items since the mighty Godzilla was among them and would be the first stop on my visit to their booth.
Among the figures presented were a number of 8″ or so sized figures which I can easily see myself purchasing a complete set of. They only had Godzilla, King Ghidorah and King Ceasar for display but aren’t they cool.
While I had set up some great appointments for some of the companies at this years Toy Fair, I wasn’t able to get everything that I wanted to do locked in and one such company was the Bandai folks. They make a lot of the cool Godzilla and Power Rangers stuff among other things so I really wanted to explore their line. Their schedule was locked in solid so I walked around their space as they had windows with what appeared to be all of the offerings for the new season. That would have to do so here we go take a look.
Welcome back my friends and here we go with Part 3 of our Day One coverage of the 2014 NY Comic Con. I’ll skip any dancing around with any pre-thoughts and just get down to business. My last chapter for Day One begins with what I observed at the Bandai pavilion and as you see they were putting the Red Power Ranger to good use while he was here and not out saving the universe. Thanks Red Ranger, I will indeed take a flyer from you. Let’s get to to work.
The Bandai pavilion had you being put to task to try and win some prizes. I didn’t try myself since I had so many other visuals to focus on today. They had lots of action figures around for fans to secure.
Welcome back to Part 2 of the Day 2 adventures at the 2011 NY Comic Con. We really saw far too many great things to toss them all into one lengthy posting, so it was better to give you subdivisions. Hey it worked for Rush right? I am sorry that was just a corny music scribe joke. Let’s get back to business with the task at hand with these great cosplayers. I only recognized the Black Cat and The Crow but they looked great.