Classic Japanese Godzilla from the 1985 film is about to crash into December

In honor of the film that slayed the box office earlier this year, NECA is fêting one of the classic Godzilla incarnations from the decades of yore. The 1985 Japanese sci-fi film originally titled The Return of Godzilla is the inspiration for this six-inches-tall, 12-inches-long monster. His tail is bendable and the whole figurine includes a radical 30 points of articulation, perfect for posing and acting out the fiery ruination that made the action films so epic. Grab him now in time for the holidays, as he will be delivered in December.

In 1985, The Return of Godzilla won the Japan Academy Award for Special Effects. Makes sense -- how else are you going to make a giant lizard-monster destroy an island city?

In 1985, The Return of Godzilla won the Japan Academy Award for Special Effects. Makes sense — how else are you going to make a giant lizard-monster destroy an island city?

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