Super7 Announces Toho Godzilla ReAction Figures! Jet Jaguar Included!

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The first wave of the Toho collection includes 1954’s Godzilla (Gojira), the unreleased American Godzilla ’57, the first version of Mechagodzilla, the original Rodan, the original Mothra, and the best one of all JET JAGUAR! Each kaiju is $18 and feature limited articulation.

The original Godzilla is molded in gray plastic to replicate the original film’s look. I hope these get a re-release in the typical ‘Zilla green.

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The original King of the Monsters! The Kaiju that started it all is immortalized with this Godzilla 1954 ReAction Figure! Standing 4” tall, this Toho ReAction Figure of Godzilla ‘54 is in grayscale as a nod to the original film.

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The Godzilla that never was! The Godzilla 1957 ReAction Figure pays homage to the unmade American film, The Volcano Monsters. Standing 4” tall, this Toho ReAction Figure of Godzilla ‘57 features a grayscale color scheme, and has three toes and a narrower face that set it apart from the earliest versions of Godzilla.

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Jet Jaguar: heroic size-changing robot, self-aware, fan of handshakes. This 3.75” articulated Toho ReAction Figure of Jet Jaguar features detailed sculpting and paint detail based on his appearance in the 1973 Toho film, Godzilla vs. Megalon.

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Don’t lose your head! The aliens from Black Hole Planet 3 have unleashed Mechagodzilla upon the world! This 3.75” scale articulated Toho ReAction figure of Mechagodzilla ‘74 features a menacing appearance inspired by this monster’s movie debut in 1974’s Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla.

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Feel like you’re on a vacation on Infant Island! This 3.75” scale articulated Toho ReAction Figure of Mothra, based on her appearance in the 1964 Toho film, Mothra vs. Godzilla, measures almost 4” wide and comes with an egg accessory.

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Emerging from Mount Aso, Rodan is here to take flight! This 3.75” scale articulated Toho ReAction Figure of Rodan features outstretched wings measuring over 5” wide, with prominent chest-spike detail and brown coloring inspired by its appearance in Toho’s 1964 film Ghidorah, the Three-Headed Monster.

I’m hoping the final Mechagodzilla figure is a bit shinier. He looks flat in those mockups. The inclusion of the ’57 Godzilla is an interesting choice, considering he is pretty obscure. I hope we get some ’70s and ’90s versions of him in the next wave. Of course, whenever I get to write about Jet Jaguar, I need to include his song:

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