GODZILLA MUSEUM: Godzilla - The Animated Series [1970s] (On-Sale Info)
Godzilla has had many looks through the years. At this point, we anticipate a new costume or aesthetic with each new appearance. With this in mind, we are commemorating The King of Monsters' designs, through his decades-long reign, with our latest collectible line: GODZILLA MUSEUM.

Our GODZILLA MUSEUM line of small-scale collectible statues will celebrate all iterations of Godzilla's history, from the most iconic looks to new artist interpretations. Each set of limited edition statues will be released in groups of three, each representing a variation of Godzilla lore.

These roto vinyl/PVC statues will come with a museum-style base and plaque, allowing you to display the figures on or off the base. Ideally sized at 7.5" tall (8.25" when on its base), these statues can fit on any display case, big or small!

First up, we have the incredibly vibrant rendition of Godzilla, from the 1970s Animated Series!

GODZILLA MUSEUM: Godzilla - The Animated Series (1970s) - Limited Edition. Design & Paint by Hector Arce. Sculpt by Tufan Sezer. Packaging Design by Mike Bonanno. $120, Free Shipping Included. On-Sale on Tuesday, 8/17, at 12PM CT on MondoShop.com.

There is one Godzilla design that has never been officially released ever ... until now, that is. What better way to kick off Series 1 of GODZILLA MUSEUM than with the first official release of a collectible based on the killer '70s cartoon.

If you grew up a Godzilla fan during that time, there's no doubt that you sang along to that tune ( ...”annnnnd Godzooki!!!”). It's still stuck in our heads.

We knew immediately that, if we wanted to prove our bonafides with GODZILLA MUSEUM, this had to be a starting point. It's the missing piece in so many collections! We took out all of the stops to evoke the look and feel, with the full cel-like line art and paint application of the '70s cartoon.

Since this is such a special moment for us at Mondo, and as Godzilla fans, we want to give you a behind-the-scenes look at how it all came together.

Here’s the final 3D sculpt by Tufan Sezer:
And, here's the early paint applications by Hector Arce:
It really came out incredibly, and we can't wait for Godzilla fans to get their hands on one of their own! As another special treat, here’s a peek at the next GODZILLA MUSEUM statues filling out the rest of Series 1, slated to be released later this year:
Godzilla Museum x Attack Peter

Godzilla Museum x Gojira (1954):
As always, we'll sound the alarm on our social channels when these new Godzilla releases storm to the surface.

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