Godzilla Anguirius 1955 Version 12-Inch Vinyl Figure


Godzilla Anguirius 1955 Version 12-Inch Vinyl Figure

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When Toho Studios learned that they had a hit on their hands with 1954's Gojira, they did what any good studio does after they kill off their main character - they resurrected him! Godzilla Raids Again (known in the U.S. as Gigantis, the Fire Monster) was the second in the historic film series, and features a different Godzilla along with the first appearance of Anguirus! Presented in gray tones (replicating his appearance in the black and white film), this Toho Godzilla Anguirius 1955 Version 12-Inch Vinyl Figure stands 20-inches long x 12-inches tall. Each hand-painted vinyl figure is expertly crafted to capture every detail of the classic movie monster!

Size: 20-inches long

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