Chubby Little Godzilla: King of the Monsters Are Adorably On Their Way

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Oh, he’s just so stinky and naughty and he’s going to knock down the whole city with big, bad grrrr face.

I’m so in love with this set of chewy-rubber-vinyl blind box toys.

Rubber. Effin’. Ducky.

These six blind box figures inspired by Godzilla: King of the Monsters started making the rounds on the internet courtesy of the ToysREvil blog. Per the blog post, these toys are about 3″ tall and the price is TWD$395 (approx. US$13 / SG$17) per. This sales listing states that these items are officially licensed and not knock-offs, seems to be the only place you can purchase them as of this writing.

Which I would definitely not recommend doing. Just…just don’t.

From what we can see in the images, there are more items planned, including a second wave with some of the baddies. Which need to be made so I can cuddle them right now, please and thank you.

He’s just such a little troublemaker!

 

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8 comments

  1. Dan Bullock – London – Film, movies, television, gadgets and tech, books, creativity. Positive opinion and constructive criticism. I founded Critical Popcorn in 2016, after returning to Devon but still craving the films and pop culture goodness from London, where I'd previously spent 5 years. During that time I worked at Forbidden Planet and also wrote for The Hollywood News. Published articles including: Critical Popcorn, NBC, Esquire, The Hollywood News, Yahoo! Movies, AU Magazine (iheartau.com), SU Magazine (Belfast, Queens Uni), The Gown, 100 Journals Project, One & Other (Antony Gormley Project), Paperbrains, Schmap.com, Shazam.com, Crimson Publishing.
    Dan B says:

    Yeah, you need all the ID stuff, it’s a Taiwanese ID thingy I do believe. Do we know who the manufacturer is? I might be able to delve deeper….

      • Dan Bullock – London – Film, movies, television, gadgets and tech, books, creativity. Positive opinion and constructive criticism. I founded Critical Popcorn in 2016, after returning to Devon but still craving the films and pop culture goodness from London, where I'd previously spent 5 years. During that time I worked at Forbidden Planet and also wrote for The Hollywood News. Published articles including: Critical Popcorn, NBC, Esquire, The Hollywood News, Yahoo! Movies, AU Magazine (iheartau.com), SU Magazine (Belfast, Queens Uni), The Gown, 100 Journals Project, One & Other (Antony Gormley Project), Paperbrains, Schmap.com, Shazam.com, Crimson Publishing.
        Dan Bullock says:

        Maaadness! :-p

  2. Dan Bullock – London – Film, movies, television, gadgets and tech, books, creativity. Positive opinion and constructive criticism. I founded Critical Popcorn in 2016, after returning to Devon but still craving the films and pop culture goodness from London, where I'd previously spent 5 years. During that time I worked at Forbidden Planet and also wrote for The Hollywood News. Published articles including: Critical Popcorn, NBC, Esquire, The Hollywood News, Yahoo! Movies, AU Magazine (iheartau.com), SU Magazine (Belfast, Queens Uni), The Gown, 100 Journals Project, One & Other (Antony Gormley Project), Paperbrains, Schmap.com, Shazam.com, Crimson Publishing.
    Dan Bullock says:

    I think you literally need a Taiwanese ID/like a driving licence or something similar, does anyone know the manufacturer? These are so cool! If they do, I might be able to find other sources….

    So want!

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