The ultimate Gozilla figure – a 19″ recreation of the beloved creature as seen in Godzilla vs. Destroyah – the Gigantic Series Godzilla 1995 will be make its debut at G-Fest XXIII, courtesy of leading distributor Bluefin.
The Gigantic Series Godzilla 1995 is limited to 500 units. Follow the jump for a side view of the statue, dates for G-Fest XXIII, info on pre-ordering and a link to an unboxing video.
Bluefin – the leading North American distributor of toys, collectibles, and hobby merchandise from Japan, Hong Kong and more – has announced that it has become the exclusive North American product distributor for collectible and figure companies, Iron Studios and Blitzway.
Pre-orders are now being taken for Iron Studios’ statues from Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice: Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman – as well as a Batman: Arkham Knight statue.
As well, pre-orders are being taken for Blitzway’s Rocky II and Fight Club statues. Details follow the jump.
If you’re looking for something a little different – a little out of the ordinary – for your Star Wars collection, you should check out the new highly detailed, feudal-Japanese takes on popular Star Wars characters created by Tamashii Nations for the Meisho Movie Realization Star Wars line.
Presented by Bluefin, two figures – Samurai General “Taisho” Darth Vader and “Ashigaru” Stormtrooper are available now, with “Ronin” Boba Fett, “Daisho” Darth Vader, “Teppou Ashigaru” Sandtrooper and “Akazonae” Imperial Guard to roll out beginning in December. For details, follow the jump.
Aside from Star Wars: The Force Awakens, what is the coolest thing about Star Wars? The toys! Those replicas of cool spaceships and fighters; action figures of the heroes and villains, and the unveiling of those cool collectibles.
On the morning of ‘Force Friday,’ Friday, September 3rd, Maker Studios will be taking part in a global unboxing of Star Wars: The Force Awakens stuff on YouTube. The event will begin in Sydney, Australia and cycle through 15 cities and 12 countries in 18 hours, with each new location featuring popular Maker Studios talent and revealing a new toy – setting up the moment when the collectibles go on sale at midnight.
As an added bonus, there will be the latest trailers, commentary from special guests, product videos, and demos. For all the details, details, follow the jump.
In 2009, Hiroshi Sakurazaka’s novel All You Need Is Kill was released in an English translation to almost ecstatic reviews. Now that a movie version, starring Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt, is about to be released, the novel has finally been released in a mass market paperback under the movie’s title – and with the movie’s poster art as the cover. It still kicks much ass!