Everyone has done Heisei Gamera figures, to the point where it's gotten really boring. How many '95-'99 figures of Gamera does the world even need? I'm glad the older monsters are getting some attention with high-end toys. However, as much as I want them, I have to pass. $$ just isn't there for this sort of thing.
Oh, I agree completely. I think it's been done to death and been done well. There's really not any Hesei era Gamera character that need new figures. I was just trying to say that the reason it has been done to death is because it sells well. I think companies have been backing off though.
Hesei era Gamera is kind of like Daimajin. I love both trilogies, but once you have a great figure of each Gamera design, and a Daimajin, there's really nothing that keeps me wanting to collect multiple versions of the characters.
I have a small Gamera 96 mini-collection but that's because I'm nuts. Honestly, I'm not huge on having multiple versions of characters, especially not when they're high-end, detailed toys (Gamera 96 and EX Gomora are my two exceptions). The best thing about Artstorm, Gigabrain, M1 and Marmit...is that they allow you to get multiple versions of your favorite characters without it ever seeming to be repetitive. I'd love a Artstorm, Gigabrain or M1 96 Gamera.
Heck, I really want Gigabrain to do some non-Toho characters. A Daimajin or Guilala from them would be pretty awesome.