Varan the Unbelievable 1958 Version Toho Series 12-Inch Scale Vinyl Figure


Varan the Unbelievable 1958 Version Toho Series 12-Inch Scale Vinyl Figure

$159.99 - Entertainment Earth

This fully painted vinyl figure depicts Varan with the many spines on his back cast in a clear material to replicate his look in the film! Varan measures 12-inches tall and nearly 22-inches long. Varan the Unbelievable was the 4th Toho kaiju film to be made, produced in 1958 but not shown in the U.S. until 1962 - and then in a highly re-edited version. The titular kaiju rises from a mountain lake, and proceeds to wreak havoc on the countryside and villages of the area before ultimately being defeated in the classic Toho-style.

Size: 22-inches long

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