Gamera 2 SH MonsterArts Action Figure


Gamera 2 SH MonsterArts Action Figure

Price: $80.99 - Order Here

Gamera comes to the SH MonsterArts series!
Highly detailed version of the classic Godzilla monster.
Measures 5 1/2-inches tall!

From Bandai Tamashii Nations. Imported from Japan. Drop everything and get your hands (or claws) on this amazing articulated 1966 Gamera collectible figure from SH MonsterArts! This spectacular rendition of Gamera was brought to life by famous kaiju sculptor Tomoo Haraguchi. Create flying and Ultimate Plasma attack poses with the plethora of accessory parts! Posing Gamera is easy with the expertly placed articulated joints. Set comes with plasma effect parts with supports, flying pose support piece, interchangeable flying appendage parts, and display base! Measures 5 1/2-inches tall.

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