I think that Biollante is pretty desirable, because she goes for $1,449.98 on Amazon.
S.H. MonsterArts Biollante's meticulous sculpt detail, massive proportion and thorough articulation at every neck joint allow for realistic portrayal of scenes from the movie. At an astounding 12", Biollante dwarfs even the mighty King Ghidorah, making her the largest foe Godzilla will ever tangle with DGCustomerFirst.com
TL;DR: S.H. MonsterArts Biollante is extremely desirable as one of the two best Biollante figures (the other being the breathtaking X-Plus, of course), but it's way overpriced on the gray market right now unless you've got Warhammer 40K levels of disposable income.
Hey, bit late but since I own a Monsterarts Biollante I figured I could weigh in. So, first thing's first: SH Monsterarts Biollante is not worth $1500, even if Biollante is your favorite kaiju (and Biollante is my favorite kaiju). If you happen to be stupidly wealthy, ok that's different, but otherwise no. Prices on eBay are also absurd, running from about $800-$9,000 (yes, there are actually two listings at the time I'm writing this for $9K, and both show pictures of the light-up X-Plus Biollante; I don't know what they're smoking, but it's strong stuff).
All of that said...I think the figure itself is absolutely fantastic and about as close to a "must-have" as I think a figure can get. It's huge for the scale it's made in, has tons and tons and tons of details, the paint job is great even if it's not flawless, and the articulation and posability are far better than should be possible with a great tree-trunk of a kaiju like Biollante. If you love Biollante and can find this figure for a price you can stomach, GET IT. Otherwise, hope that she appears in a future movie or that the MonsterArts figure gets re-released, because the price is unlikely to come down much at this point.
Best of luck if you decide to seek this one out!
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