Destoroyah Aggregate Form
Version Source
 Godzilla vs. Destoroyah
Company: Bandai Creation
Extras: None
Classification: Figure Reissue: No
Release: 2002 Height: 2.5 centimeters
Joshua Reynolds (submission)

In 2002, Bandai Creation unleashed a series of six inch figures on an unsuspecting American public. To go along with these figures, they also released a ten figure set called the Pack of Destruction. This set included Godzilla '54, Burning Godzilla, Minilla, Manda, Moguera, Mothra Larva, Mothra Imago, Gigan, Destoroyah, and the Aggregate Destoroyah. This review is for the Aggregate Destoroyah figure, the only figure of the creature released in America.

Side View

An inch tall, this tiny toy is made of rubber. It sports no moveable parts, but for a creature like this one, that's to be expected. Its tail and arms, however, can be moved a bit thanks to them being made out of rubber.

Destruction Pack

The monster has a good mold that is covered in ridges, bumps, and texture. However, there is a tiny flaw here: Destoroyah doesn't match his movie colors. While in the 1995 movie he appears mostly red, he's been re-colored black for this release. It's not an overly bad look, but it does seem kind of pointless.

For a tiny figure, the Aggregate Destoroyah isn't half bad. Is he as good as High Grade Sets? No, but he is a worthy addition to a fan's collection. In addition the only way to get him is to get the whole set, this also means one would get the rather awesome Manda figure, a kaiju that's never been given a proper release.

Rating: Star Rating