Despair evolves. S. H. Monster Arts will also evolve.
Following the movie "Shin · Godzilla" which made a big hit in 2016, a new Godzilla appeared in 2017.
"GODZILLA monster planet" to be released as the first animation movie.
Based on the cooperation of polygon · pictures, which is engaged in video production, this product uses a 3D model used in a movie and it becomes three-dimensional.
A special card is included in the first production limited edition.
· Main body
· Special Card
Posted by Jeff on 15th Jan 2018
Its deffinetly a different kind of godzilla like the color and articulation. Kinda wish they would have made it bigger than the shin godzilla since this version is supposed to be the biggest one ever but i like it cause its godzilla!
Posted by Richard Sanchez on 3rd Jan 2018
This figure is pretty decent. The articulation on it is nice, with lots of articulation on the tail (that tends to be standard with most S.H. Monsterarts Godzillas), arms, legs and head and neck. The head can be positioned to look down far and a bit up and to the sides. The one thing you notice with articulation is that there are a lot of noticeable gaps when posing the figure in certain positions. The paint job is nice but it could've used a bit more shading throughout. Most of it is gray with a green wash. The nails and toenails could've used a different hue to make them stand out. Also, maybe add more color to the dorsal spines to make them stand out more. The inside of the mouth is an orange hue and it's really noticeable. The eyes are small and just black, they could've used a different shade to make them stand out more; from far away it looks like his eyes are closed. It's a big size, a bit bigger than other releases (though I've seen not bigger than Shin Goji). I wasn't a big fan of the 2017 design but S.H. Monsterarts made him well enough that it was worth getting. It's much nicer than the Bandai release.