Godzillatheultimate wrote:Lincoln is gonna emancipate your balls from your body.
UltramanGoji wrote:I'll only be going for translucent G '95 and Tokyo Vinyl MechaG. Oh, and clear Gigan. And Rainbow Mothra.
UnCanny Studios wrote:UltramanGoji wrote:I'll only be going for translucent G '95 and Tokyo Vinyl MechaG. Oh, and clear Gigan. And Rainbow Mothra.
They've left the translucent Buring G out of their promo shots, which is a good indication that it will not be seeing the light of day. My full write up on this line is available here: http://skreeonk.com/2012/03/13/bandai-us-delivers-a-fusion-rainbow-mothra-new-images-of-their-2012-line-its-a-collectors-update/
I'd say the new 'fusion' Leo is a vast improvement, though.
If you look at the product description on the bandai site posted above, Burning Godzilla is still listed in the line up.
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eabaker wrote:Jake Jaguar is asking too many questions about this whole Mulwraygalon affair...
Skreeonk.com wrote:I must admit I’ve garnered much more excitement for the clear vinyl ‘Fusion’ line than I have these Tokyo Vinyls. That being said, these little guys are the only original sculpts we seem to be getting from Bandai US this year. They’re brand new in every sense of the word – Godzilla toys the likes of which haven’t been sold before. They are, however, smaller than expected and rather overpriced.
Now perhaps I’m biased, but I just don’t see a 5.5 inch SD figure released by Bandai US warranting an $18 dollar pricetag. The figure sells in Toys R Us retailers for $17.99 right now (some are $17.95, minute difference) and are selling online for anywhere from $25 to $30. That’s too much. If you must have these little guys, I’d imagine the in store price won’t break anyone’s wallet. The online prices, however, are to be avoided.
Why such a price difference, you ask? Pictures speak a thousand words. I took a trip to my local Toys R Us today and snapped some shots for all you Skreeonkers out there. Picture #1 illustrates my point rather well:
Note the size of the figure relative to the packaging. I think I can hear trees crying…
Gforeverfan wrote:Found 2 sets of this wave at my local TRU in Michigan. I really like the translucent "Fusion Series" figures although the '68 is much darker than I thought it would be. There is glitter infused throughout. Preview photos imply the neck of the '68 can move but it is fixed. One question I have for you guys (this is my first post on here): Is this the same Gigan from Series 1? It's neck does move. Thanks! I don't know how to attach photos or I would.
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