Jet Jaguar? Jet Jaguar! “He jock it made of steel!” Yes, the heroic robot who once teamed up with Godzilla has returned in the form of a 7.75″ tall soft vinyl figure from Mondo! He may be short and a little stubby, but he comes at a hefty price. So if you want this Jet Jaguar, be ready to pay $85.
Sadly, he is already sold out. Maybe more will become available before his August 2022 release date?
This soft vinyl figure is the first in our line of JET JAGUAR collectibles, featuring a colorway inspired by the seminal GODZILLA VS. MEGALON. Beautifully designed by Rocom, sculpted by Tufan Sezer, and painted by Hector Arce, this is one figure that no Toho fan will want to miss out on.
Jet Jaguar first showed up in the 1973 kaiju feature Godzilla VS. Megalon, directed by Jun Fukuda. It’s one of the sillier Godzilla films, and MST3K gave us the best translation of Jet’s song. The size-shifting robot has also shown up in a couple of newer animated Godzilla series. One of those versions, from Singular Point, also had S.H.MonsterArts figure.
And remember, “he mother never really love him.”
Now that we’ve got that bit of nostalgia out of the way let us have a drink with the king!
The King Ghidorah Tiki mug holds 26 ounces of whatever tickles your fancy. He is a pretty big guy, and you’ll be paying $65 if you decide to pre-order him. According to Mondo, these Tiki mugs are limited to a run of only 1,000 pieces, and each one is handmade. King Ghidorah is expected to ship out this July.
Designed after its Showa Era appearance by Hector Arce and sculpted by the awesome Tufan Sezer. Holding a massive 26oz, King Ghidorah is ready to electrify any tiki concoction you could think of!
I’m not sure if Tiki mugs or Tiki bars are still popular. I haven’t seen a Tiki-themed bar since I moved out of LA. Is there money to be made by converting someone’s patio into a Tiki lounge?
What do you think of the Tiki mug and Jet Jaguar vinyl figure? Let us know in the comments section below!
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