Medicom Toy has brought back our childhood days by presenting its own form of Godzilla, which takes us all the way back to the franchise’s first 1954 film. Directed by Ishirō Honda and distributed by Toho Studios, the film portrayed Godzilla as a giant monster whose attacks had implications for global nuclear warfare during post-war Japan. The film was a commercial success and continues to inform the franchise’s legacy.
Dubbed as “Destroy All Monsters,” Medicom Toy’s depiction of Godzilla is a shining vinyl figure with a dark green hue. Staying dedicated to Godzilla’s appearance in the ’50s film, the figure features three series of spikey dorsal plates forming on his back. It comes with vibrant yellow eyes and a red mouth with sharp white teeth. The figure has been designed to be portrayed as a standing piece of art supported by two large, stalky legs.
Medicom Toy’s “Destroy All Monsters” Godzilla figure is available now on the Medicom Toy’s website for $113.
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