that don’t know, the phrase “SD”
means Super Deformed. Super Deformed figures are
often relatively small and cheap, but some can be
harder to find than others. This particular release
from 2003, titled the "Kaiju Club", could
be bought in a set with SD Kiryu 2, SD Mothra ’03,
SD Godzilla ’03, and SD Godzilla ’54.
This release, featuring the Meltdown Godzilla being
swarmed by two Aggregate Destoroyahs, was one of
many that fell into a unique set that included those
listed above, Godzilla facing Biollante, Godzilla
facing Battra, and many others.
Standing at an inch and a half, this SD figure
is made of soft vinyl and is small enough to fit
on ones pinky. It’s a hollow figure meaning
it can be pushed in, but then reshape. This also
means some pets will try and use them as chew toys,
so keep them out of your furry buddy’s reach.
The figure, while small, does sport some good detail.
While its not much to write home about, it features
some decent texturing and a good paint job, at least
for Godzilla himself. He features the proper burning
marks and his teeth and claws have all been painted
a good color.
The same can’t be said for the Destoroyah.
They barely look like the miniature Aggregates that
swarmed Godzilla in his final battle. There’s
no texturing or detailing on the Destoroyahs and
they weren’t even properly painted. They’re
no longer red, but a sort of purple which just looks
like Godzilla is covered in tiny blobs.
Truth be told, I only got the five figure set at
G-Fest because I had some cash left over and needed
change. It’s not anything great, but I guess
if it is getting hard to find, one should pick it