My Top 10 Most Desired SHMA Figures3,860 Views1 RepliesAdd A Reply
Hello everybody! It's been a while, but I'm back, this time with a top 10. In this top 10, I'll be discussing my most desired SHMA figures. So without further ado, here we go!
10- Godzilla 2002. I mainly want this figure due to the fact that I already own the latest Kiryu release, and it would just complete the Kiryu saga of my Millenium Collection. (Which only consists of Kiryu) Plus I'm in love with the way his spines look.
9- Mothra 1992 Special Color Version- In this set, You get 2 for 1! This set comes with both the Imago and larval stage of Mothra, and personally, I kinda dig the design of the Imago Mothra.
8- Battra 1992 Special Color Version- It's Battra with his larval and Imago stage. Personally, Battra is cool to me, and I really think he should be in another Godzilla film in the near future. The whole "Dark Mothra" thing is cool to me.
7- Godzilla 2014 Spitfire Version- I think that this is one of the coolest figures in the SHMA Line, just because of the fact that this is one of the few Godzilla figures that has his spines all lit up. It also comes with the severed Female MUTO head.
6- GMK Godzilla- I personally love the jawline of GMK for some reason. Also, the white eyes are just so badass. I could see myself doing some cool stopmotions with this thing.
5- Mechagodzilla 1974- This guy is fairly cheap in my opinion. I almost got him for Christmas one year, and I like how he comes with a bunch of Accessories.
4- Destoroyah Special Color Version- Its Destoroyah. 'Nuff said.
3- 2019 Mothra And Rodan- Dude. You get 2 figures for a relatively agreeable price of $110. They're high quality and they also look cool.
2- Godzilla 2019/Godzilla 2019 Poster Version- I'll take either figure, but in my opinion, the poster version looks cooler because of the blue dorsal plates. Shine a light through those, and you got a cool looking figure.
And finally, Number 1!- 2019 Ghidorah- Despite the price, I absolutely ADORE this figure. Honestly, it could've come with a bit more accessories other than the stands for the wings, but other than that, the articulation on this thing is phenomenal.
Well, that's it. I was a little pressed for time while writing this, but the main points are out there. I really want to get these figures one day, but I fear that I won't be able to, due to their rapid price inflation. But I might be in luck, since SHMA tends to do re-releases every now and then. Only time will tell.
I actually have the 2002 Godzilla. I also have the re-released 2002 Kiryu with the additional Absolute Zero and battle damaged parts.
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