NYCC12: New Additions to S.H. Monster Arts
Bluefin/Tamashii Nations Reveals Destroyah and King Kong...
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Bluefin/ Tanashii Nations imediately greeted New York Comic Con attendees with their large showroom display featuring everything from Gundam and Power Rangers to Star Wars and S.H. Monster Arts. The latter has been a hit for the company, Bluefin once again impressing fans with a scaled diorama - this time refelecting the Toho monsters battling it out over the Javits Center! Recent releases were shown, such as Fire Rodan and King Ghidorah. Previously announced upcoming releases made their debut as well, these figures including 1995 Godzilla (aka: Burning - December 2012 release, SRP $86.99) and Godzilla Junior (January 2013 release, SRP $50.00), both figures from the 1995 film, Godzilla vs Destroyah. Of course you can't have Godzilla figures from that explosive movie without a main villain, so Bluefin will be releasing Destroyah himself! The massive monster that ultimately destroys Godzilla will see release in Japan March 2013 priced at 12,600 yen (approx $160 US). Expect a US release soon after. Remember King Ghidorah retailed for around $130 due to the figure's size. As the photos indicate, Destroyah isn't any smaller, in fact he looks bigger (at least in mass)!
Aside from Destroyah, another BIG reveal was King Kong (pictured below) from Peter Jackson's 1995 film adaptation. The figure, pending licensor approval, is scheduled for release in 2013. More details as they are announced.
Last edited by JeffSaylor; 03-08-2013 at 11:40 AM.