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Preorder Alert!! Bandai Monster Arts Godzilla 2000

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He’s coming. Next month, or December 2013 for those of you calendar-challenged. I have mine on order. How about you?

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Bandai’s Monster Arts is the line of action figures that focuses on monsters and aliens and all things non-human. Using the design elements from the incredibly popular S.H. Figurarts action figures, Monster Arts mixes incredible articulation with beautiful sculpting.

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Monster Arts focused on Godzilla and is soon branching out into Predators and Aliens. But Godzilla is the bulk of the figures to date coming from the Heisei series (1984-1995). Bandai recently released an early appearance Godzilla best known from the Showa series (1954-1975). The figure in this article is part of the Millennium Series (1999-2004).

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This Godzilla is a bit of a mix of different look, incorporating the monster-sized back fins that many remember from Show Series and the cat-like look of the Heisei era and even a bit of the lizard-esque American version. I love the look, and if the previews are any indication, the 2014 Godzilla film builds on this look.

Not too long ago I reviewed a baby version of Godzilla, and I look forward to next month when I can bring you a review of Godzilla 2000!

If you haven’t put in your preorder, do so now! You can still get him at the following shops:

Big Bad Toy Store

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Amazon