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 Godzilla 1962 from Bandai Museim 
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 Godzilla 1962 from Bandai Museim

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Thu Mar 13, 2014 7:30 pm
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 Re: Godzilla 1962 from Bandai Museim
Wow, these reviews are coming fast and furious now! And the subject matter just keeps getting better too (as far as my own personal interests go). Another nice review. It seems kind of surprising that they put in those minor points of articulation. Seems like it would have been better (detail-wise) to just make it solid rather than letting you turn the forearms and feet. Oh well, it still looks VERY cool! I thought you had another Godzilla figure (with an articulated tail if I recall correctly) that you unboxed on your old channel. Oh, and I lie the fact that everything you're currently reviewing seems to be from different manufacturers. Don't know if that's on purpose or not, but it's nice to see what different companies are putting out.

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Thu Mar 13, 2014 8:48 pm
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 Re: Godzilla 1962 from Bandai Museim
I forgot about the one from S.H Monsterarts. It's not a great figure so I probably won't review that one on the new channel.

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 Re: Godzilla 1962 from Bandai Museim
Heh, I just commented on the "coming soon" thread for this figure, not realizing the very next one is the video review itself.

Looking at your reviews I can see why all these figures are so expensive. At first glance, someone would assume it's just a toy figure, but the detail is not what you'd see on a toy. It's more like what you'd see in a quality model kit.
For someone who doesn't have the time or skill to build and paint their own figure, but would still like to have a quality figure to display, this is the way to go. I have a couple of the Kaiyodo soft vinyl Godzilla kits yet to build, and the quality in detail on this figure is as good as those.

Godzilla always had massive thighs and they look to be their biggest in this '62 version.


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 Re: Godzilla 1962 from Bandai Museim
Beastball wrote:
Heh, I just commented on the "coming soon" thread for this figure, not realizing the very next one is the video review itself.

Looking at your reviews I can see why all these figures are so expensive. At first glance, someone would assume it's just a toy figure, but the detail is not what you'd see on a toy. It's more like what you'd see in a quality model kit.
For someone who doesn't have the time or skill to build and paint their own figure, but would still like to have a quality figure to display, this is the way to go. I have a couple of the Kaiyodo soft vinyl Godzilla kits yet to build, and the quality in detail on this figure is as good as those.

Godzilla always had massive thighs and they look to be their biggest in this '62 version.


I'd like to get my hands on a Godzilla '84 Kaiyodo kit

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cool!

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