As the king of the monsters, Godzilla has received countless statues and merchandise in the past, but Prime One Studios has revealed that they are set to release one of the biggest to date as pre-orders for a nearly three-foot statue is now available to Kaiju fans. With Godzilla set to return to the big screen with the sequel to Godzilla Vs. Kong and receive a television series on Apple TV+, it's no surprise to see continued merch released for the lizard king.
Prime One Studios has dived into plenty of different franchises in the past when it comes to creating statues of popular pop-culture characters, such as DC Comics, anime series, video games, and a number of other genre-changing series. This three-foot statue of the lizard king isn't the first kaiju-focused memorabilia that Prime One has created, having recently released a number of statues and busts to celebrate Legendary PIctures' successful crossover film, Godzilla Vs. Kong. Besides focusing on Godzilla and Kong from the latest movie of the MonsterVerse, the statue producers also produced a brand new take on the lizard king's mechanical doppelganger, Mechagodzilla.
Prime One Studio shared the first details of the Pre-Order for the giant Godzilla statues, which will set fans back over two thousand dollars if kaiju collectors want to add these fresh takes on the lizard king to their collections next year as the statues are set to arrive in 2023:
GMGVK-01/GMGVK-02 Gigantic Masterline [Godzilla]/[Heat Ray Godzilla] statue from @GodzillaVsKong— Prime 1 Studio (プライム１スタジオ) (@Prime1Studio) May 19, 2022
Heat Ray ver.➤https://t.co/cb0eU86QDg
※本製品の国内販売はございません。#Godzilla #GodzillaVsKong pic.twitter.com/TLLLc2nyIW
The Legendary MonsterVerse has recently announced that the sequel to Godzilla Vs. Kong will see the return of the director of the original, Adam Wingard, with actor Dan Stevens confirmed to be leading the man. On the television front, the currently untitled kaiju series on Apple TV+ just added director Matt Shakman to its roster, who had previously worked on Disney+'s Wandavision before agreeing to jump into the world of Godzilla and his fellow Titans. While no actors have been confirmed to join the MonsterVerse television series, rumors are swirling that Wyatt Russel is set to join the cast.
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