Godzilla King of the Monsters Godzilla and Giant Size Godzilla Review (Jakks Pacific)

Godzilla King of the Monsters Godzilla and Giant Size Godzilla
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EDITOR'S REVIEW
OVERALL EDITOR'S RATING:
What It Is

Prepare for Godzilla the King Of The Monsters. The great Godzilla is 65 years old and with these two new Godzilla figures from Jakks Pacific, he looks fantastic! Recommended for ages 4 and up, kids can recreate the action from the new movie with these two different sized Godzillas, each with their own special features. These awesome detailed beasts look ready to do battle with Mothra, Rodan, or any other of the Earth's Titans.  First there's the 17 inches long and 12-inch tall Godzilla figure which includes six points of articulation. His tail twists in 2 places, and his legs and arms move. But wait there's more! How about an even bigger figure? The giant size Godzilla is over 36 inches long and 24-inches tall. He is fully articulated with ten points of articulation. Move his powerful jaws, and rotate his head to scout for enemies. His legs and feet are poseable, as are his arms and claws. His massive tail is a powerful weapon and can destroy in a single swipe. The tail requires some quick and easy assembly. This fella is huge and impressive and awesome for display. 

Is It Fun?

These awesome detailed beasts look ready to do battle with Mothra, Rodan, or any other of the Earth's Titans. They are posable and perfect for display or destroying a tiny toy village. Kids will really love creating their own adventures for these King of the Monsters.

Who It’s For
Fans of the Godzilla franchise will love these figures for display, (especially the larger). New enthusiasts will enjoy the detail and collectibility. Younger fans can create new scenarios for these awesome Titans. 
What To Be Aware Of

The tail on the larger Godzilla requires some quick and easy assembly. The mystery here is it looks like this figure was meant to hold batteries and have some sort of sound effect but there are no instructions for those features, so young ones might be as puzzled as I was when they see these confusing features that must have been abandoned at the last minute by the manufacturer.

AT A GLANCE:
  • Fun

  • Repeat Play

  • Assembly & Instructions

    Easy