Playmates Toys Doing Godzilla Figures With Godzilla Vs Kong To Follow

by Jay Cochran
December 26, 2019
GojiBill sent word that new Godzilla figures have started to show up on shelves from Playmates Toys. Figures that looked very similar to the ones previously put out by Bandai America only with less paint decos. Even the packaging is very similar to the Bandai America ones only now you have a Playmates Toys logo on them instead of Bandai America. You can see an image for these new Playmates Toys figures below via GodzillaWolverinefan.

While details are limited at this time for why Playmates Toys has started releasing very similar product to the Bandai America stuff, we do know back in August Playmates Toys quietly announced they would be producing product in 2020 for the new Kong vs Godzilla movie which right now is slated with a November 20, 2020 release date.

We've reached out to the folks at Playmates Toys to see if we can get anymore details on this but with the Holidays upon us we may not hear back until the new year. Once we do hear back we will be sure to update this story but for now don't be surprised if you come across similar Godzilla product on shelves with the Playmates Toys logo on it.
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Satam - 2020-07-18 @ 11:10 pm

How is this even supposed to work if Kong is like half Godzilla's size?

Mr_Scary92 - 2020-07-18 @ 9:09 pm

Yeah, let's be honest, they aren't geared toward collectors, therefore I don't expect much detail. My attention is set on the Battle Damage figures, which to be something that comes from Playmates are not bad and by far they exceed what Bandai America and Jakks Pacific offered at the time, they have more than 5 POAs (which is already an achievement in a line geared toward children) and there will be more monsters than just Godzi, Kong and the bad guy...oh yes , and AFAIK they are not Walmart exclusives.

Roadpigmaster - 2020-07-18 @ 8:45 pm
4 hours ago, Mr_Scary92 said:

Some images of the upcoming GvsK have surfaced.

The 11" figures were available on Walmart.

Personally the 6" Battle Damage are the only ones I might pick, but no there's no much info about them right now

 

That Kong looks terrific ? they nail the details and meanest...

Lord_Scareglow - 2020-07-18 @ 7:58 pm

I guess they look cool for the kids, not so much me, look to cheap, but I mean they arn't suppose to be collectors pieces, I do like that the Kong looks fairly articulated, godzilla not so much

Mr_Scary92 - 2020-07-18 @ 3:59 pm

Some images of the upcoming GvsK have surfaced.

The 11" figures were available on Walmart.

Personally the 6" Battle Damage are the only ones I might pick, but no there's no much info about them right now

 

GojiBill - 2020-04-26 @ 12:30 am

From the early shots and designs, the figures look far better than what Jakks Pacific put out for KotM. I know those figures were meant for kids, but they were horrible in play quality as well. My kids are into Godzilla too and bought a few of the Jakks KotM figures. In addition to having limited paint apps, the plastic was soft and breaks easy. Poor quality for items intended for play. For my kids, I hope that the Playmates GvK line follows what theyve put out so far in terms of durability. As for me, I hope that NECA gets some of the GvK rights to put out affordable collectible options.

Neovorticism2 - 2020-04-25 @ 6:31 pm
4 hours ago, K9K1N6 said:

Battle damaged Godzilla and Kong? Now that's interesting, it kinda catches my curiosity to see how these figures go

A concept they borrowed from Kenner's Jurassic Park line for sure, some other toys remind me of the old toys made by Trendmasters especially that armored Godzilla. 

What I like about that Battle Damage assortment is there are more than the three monsters, I wonder if there's a chance to see any of the Titans from previous films getting new figures, special emphasis on certain three headed monster.

4 hours ago, JayC said:

I still dont get why the so called Mechagodzilla looks more like a skeleton than a robot?

Odd design option indeed.

JayC - 2020-04-25 @ 1:59 pm

I still dont get why the so called Mechagodzilla looks more like a skeleton than a robot?

K9K1N6 - 2020-04-25 @ 1:50 pm

Battle damaged Godzilla and Kong? Now that's interesting, it kinda catches my curiosity to see how these figures go

Neovorticism2 - 2020-04-24 @ 6:07 pm

Sorry, I know it's old news, just today I found out about the figures leaked, I like what I see, is there any more information about this line?.

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