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Which Neca Godzilla figs. are best to worst?

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4Kaiju

Oct-13-2016 1:41 PM

Which Godzilla figure do you think NECA has did the best job on? and which do you think they did the least best job one?

 

Here's my Best to worse.

1.Godzilla 2014: Perfectly accurate, has all the scales and textures down just right. Plus the tail is perfectly lengthened.

2.Godzilla 2001:Everything is done perfectly accurate especially in the early photos. But sadly in later photos the tail seems to have been cut short and its not as long as it looked in the earliest pictures of it.

3.Shin Godzilla: Judging by the photos they seem to have gotten everything down just right, except the head and the neck which is good, but in comparison to the poster of the film, they seem to have gotten his head a little too big and his neck a little short. Thankfully the tail is really long so It wouldn't suffer a short tail like some of the other Neca G figures.

4.Godzilla 1994: Everything is done fairly right. but the thin short tail kinda hurts it. Other than that great figure.

5.Burning Godzilla: On all the orange spots they seem to just shat it all on the figure without caring how accurate it looks and it feels incredibly rushed. It's cool that you can shine a light through the orange sections to make it glow, sorta but I preferred if the orange sections was just painted on instead rather that just making it part of the actual body figure. (I hope this made sense).

 

6.Godzilla 1954: The upper body is done superbly but on the lower body the upper leg joints are too short and the tail is very thin and very short which really butchers the figure in terms of quality and accuracy. compare to the SH MA figure the tail is pretty long and quite thick. Plus the grey paint job on its spikes look very rushed it looks as if they just brushed it on their.

7.Godzilla 1984: Small tail, Thin arms, thin feet, tiny odd looking spikes prevented me from wanting to buy the figure. And if we did not make any complaints about the original head sculpt we would have gotten the Red King instead of Godzilla 1984. So the only good part is the re-sculpted head and the cube part they got on his chest. everything else was done just poorly.

 

NES NECA Godzilla is Excluded in this list.

 

 

2 Responses to Which Neca Godzilla figs. are best to worst?

Darth Shiro

Oct-14-2016 4:56 AM

G 14 looks very detailed! I agree with everything on this.

 

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G. H. (Gman) #TeamGhidorah

Oct-14-2016 1:31 PM

More or less agree with this. Although I'd remove the yet-to-be-released figures from the list myself since I just won't know for sure until I have them.

I think the worst, however, is the Video Game Godzilla figure. I've tinkered with that sorry excuse of a release and it's truly a misfire.

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"It wouldn't be a true Godzilla film if you didn't touch upon those things. Anyone who thinks otherwise is not a true Godzilla fan." - Mike Dougherty, fellow gatekeeper-elitist ;)


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