Discussion in 'The Toyark' started by Chosen, Aug 18, 2011.
First English review on Youtube on Godzilla birth 1995.
Heads up - Gigan is on clearance on HLJ for about $56.
Great price on Gigan! I'm tempted to get a second to display with the chainsaws!
Btw, I saw this posted on scifijapan's forum:
Video showing the SHMA Mecha-King Ghidorah on display!
I hope it'll include some diecast.
They release a price for the Mega king ghidorah yet?
That is cheaper than what the current KG goes for. Might as went go after this one since the ebay KG is over $300.
It sure is purdy. $200 is a lot though.
Sunday delivery from Amazon today...
Battra has easily become my favorite Monsterart figure for 2014! Sakai did an amazing job with the sculpt, and the paint apps are outstanding!
Mothra is a neat figure as well. I like the silk spray effect it came with.
It's a worthy addition to the line!
1995 Birth version - pushed back to late Aug on Amazon?? Thought when I ordered it said it would ship 7-28-14. Grrrr.
It has always been Aug 28th. It was that date when I first preordered it when it went up.
It matters not though as these things ship whenever Amazon gets them in. It could be Aug 10th or it could be Sept 10th.
Anyone is welcome to buy mine coming from hlj for cost plus shipping if they don't want to wait.
Ok thanks - I could have sworn it said 7-28-14.... Kinda bummed, was looking forward to playing with it next week lol
Bandai Tamashii Nations & Bluefin Distribution S.H.MonsterArts Interview - SDCC 2014
They did have some of Adult Jr. available at SDCC, so I wonder if US online retailers will get their stock at least a wee bit earlier than usual. Of course, the SDCC stock could've been something special set aside for the convention too, so it may still be a month from now for BBTS/Amazon.
It was a special select stock for SDCC since there wasn't a true exclusive for SHMA.
I know it's reading into it but the quick "No Comment" answer to Godzilla 1989 and G2000 film version seemed positive in the context of the interview. They were quite verbose to most questions but those two in particular they didn't say anything at all.
I wouldn't read to much into those "no comments". It could be that they didn't know the answer and had no comment.
I'm really hoping Pacific Rim is one of these projects their trying to work on. The movie did better over seas than it did here so it makes sense by their logic. It was a good read and well done interview. Thanks for posting that.
While you could be right, most of the time, "No comment" means "We don't want to tell you."
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