Godzilla From King Kong vs. Godzilla Toho 12-Inch Vinyl Figure


Godzilla King Kong vs. Godzilla Toho 12-Inch Vinyl Figure

Price: $149.99 - Order Here

Who wins - Godzilla or King Kong?
Emulating his appearance in the movie King Kong vs. Godzilla.
12-inch vinyl figure features Godzilla's face, bulkiness, and coarse texture from the film.

Can Godzilla win? Emulating his appearance in the movie King Kong vs. Godzilla, this Godzilla King Kong vs. Godzilla Toho 12-Inch Vinyl Figure stands 12-inches tall and is slightly wider than other Godzillas, faithfully reproducing his unique reptile face, bulkiness, and coarse texture from the film.

In the King Kong vs. Godzilla movie, Godzilla fights world-famous monster King Kong in Japan.

Size: 12-inches tall

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