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.
Legion1979 wrote:g robot wrote:I just wish Xplus would stay in order, they jump from showa to Millenuim to Hensi.
Know I wish, I had gotten that G 2004.
They don't really jump around that much at all. They've done two Millennium figures (both Godzillas, if you don't count the resin Kiryu) and a handful of Heisei Godzillas and Biollante. Aside from that, it's been nothing but a metric shit-ton of Showa figures, many of them done twice in two different sizes. I don't believe the 2002 Godzilla figure sold that well. I don't see X-Plus spending much time in that era. People want Showa, and that's what we've been getting.
Not getting the complaint.
Legion1979 wrote:Besides, X-Plus already did Legion and Irys.
Legion1979 wrote:I'd say the Yog monsters
kaiju king wrote:^to masonwerx : I don't mean to sound trivial, but if they were to make the Yog trio in the 25cm scale they would be at around 18cm. In the showa series Godzilla was at about 50 meters,Gezora was at about 30. So I think your wish would come true. Does anyone have the bandai museum Yog figures? I got all tree and they look pretty damn good.Kamebas neck actually extends in & out pretty cool. Some of the best bandai IMO.
Planetxman wrote:The Bandai Museum Yogs are GREAT toys. I wish Bandai Museum continued that line. I still love the '62 Godzilla. But then the X-Plus '62 came out and blew it away,
KaijuAlertSystem wrote:So essentially what we learned from the interview is that Tamashii doesn't really give a shit about what their Western fans want to see unless it matches a similar scale of Japanese demand. It doesn't matter that its the US collectors who essentially keep the toyline alive and profitable, because "we make glorious Japan toy for Japanese who don't care" is the modus operandi of Tamashii. I wish I could say I was surprised.
kaiju king wrote:If your paint is acrylic (which I highly recommend) on a vinyl kit, I've used mineral spirits. I think its a little less harsh than lacquer thinner of goof off. But vinyl pretty resilient. Just brush it on a couple times and you'll start seeing paint come off. If you used enamel (God forbid) on vinyl you'll put your stripper on,remove it with a cloth.of course wiping away from the foot. Claws are important in making a kaiju look good. Question! What's that creature in a striking pose in front of Kameba?
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Lain Of The Wired wrote:Can you upload a better picture of your Guiron, it looks odd...
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