Chris55 wrote:wisper15 wrote:I sucks donkey dick.
"He's really bad at it too!"
Superrex wrote:Getting the Fusion Rainbow Mothra the next time I see it. It looks pretty damn cool!
Fusion Burning Godzilla looks...ugh. I WAS going to get the Fusion figure,but that was when it was at the Toyfair. This new Fusion paint job looks ugly IMO. Might get a Fusion G2K though.
BTW,I heard that the kaiju that will be released with G54 in the Tokyo Vinyl line was G2K. Can anyone confirm this?
Unless it's just a place holder for the image, looks like we're just getting a reissue of the first wave's Godzilla.
wataru wrote:..no idea what Bandai US was thinking with those Tokyo Vinyls. They look like forced-Americanized stylized ass. Yes, there's a mark for stylized vinyl but the stuff is EXPENSIVE and not crap looking.
Cimmerian Dragon wrote:^ The '54 Godzilla hasn't been released yet.
The other one did already come out with MechaGodzilla months ago.
FlawedCoil82 wrote:Yea, I am referring to everything Bandai Creation has released after Wave 5 which included "First Godzilla", "Mechagodzilla '74" and the 12 inch "FW Gigan". Everything since then has been a complete and utter waste of time and effort. Wave 5 was disappointing enough because it only contained 2 new molds of the smaller figures, but at least they mixed some new in with the old. Next thing we know, BC is going to start releasing solid blue Destoroyahs and solid pink Godzilla 1968s once the "Fusion" line ends so they will have an excuse to keep pumping out the same exact molds. I was a hardcore supporter of Bandai Creation for the longest time and would get so mad/frustrated at fellow "fans" who refused to support the line when they was still giving us new figures. But now Bandai Creation are officially skreeonking me off to and if they are only going to keep making new "Tokyo Vinyls" molds and nothing else, then I am definitely done with buying their products.
I wouldn't be so flustered about it if Bandai Creation was still giving us new, normal looking figures in addition so us fans could choose which figures we wanted to buy.
Svitska Donkun wrote:Godzilla vs. Robot was best one. It was my favorite of movies. Especially part where Godzilla becomes magnet. I wish I could be magnet, but for people. Maybe then Mama will love me despite me not coming from her womb.
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