Godzilla King of the Monsters Toys Review (Jakks Pacific)

Godzilla King of the Monsters Toys
What It Is

Jakks Pacific delivers a collection of Monsters inspired by Godzilla King of the Monsters. These collections feature two different sizes of these Earth Titans.  All of these Titans designed for ages 3 and up, and are fun to pose and display. First up is a Monsterverse with 3.5 inch Monster match ups featuring 3 sets of fighting duos. Each set contains a Godzilla and is sold separately. There's Godzilla versus Mothra, Godzilla versus Rodan, and Godzilla versus King Ghidorah. When Godzilla faces the colorful Mothra, he sports an orange detail on his back, but when facing Rodan Godzilla's back has a blue tint, and with King Ghidorah, he has a silver/white detail. Each figure in this series contain various points of articulation. Godzilla is posable at the head, arms, legs, and tail. Rodan features posability at the head, wings, and legs. Mothra's colorful wings can be positioned in different ways and King Ghidorah's three heads can turn, while his giant wing, tail, and legs can move as well. Each battle pack comes with a small cardboard backdrop with stand so kids can create their own scenes with these awesome pocket sized Titans. There are single 6 inch figures of Rodan and King Ghidorah also available and are sold separately. They feature the same posability as the smaller versions but they come with buildings that can be assembled and destroyed as well as small air ships for counter attack. 

Is It Fun?

These figures are posable and have cool details. Kids will love creating adventures for these Earth's Titans.  Great for display as well. Kids will like having the monsters battle or destroy buildings as they determine who will be King of the Monsters.

Who It’s For

All of these Titans are designed for ages 3 and up, and are fun to pose and display. Fans of the Godzilla films and kids who love dinosaurs will get a kick out of these cool figures.

What To Be Aware Of
Each set is sold separately.
  • Fun

  • Repeat Play

  • Assembly & Instructions

    None or Very Easy