Mondo has introduced their largest collectible to date – a statue of Godzilla based on the 1989 film “Godzilla vs. Biollante”. In this film Godzilla battles a tentacled monster made from the cells of a plant and a woman. This statue, sculpted by Mark Newman and Hector Arce, designed by Eric Siebenaler, and painted by Hector Arce comes with a switch-out mouth (open or closed). Also available, as supplies last, is a LIMITED EDITION (with only 300 pieces produced) , which comes with the aforementioned switch-out mouth, as well as a switch-out Heat Ray and a battle-damaged arm, wounds inflicted by vicious vegetable Biollante. The regular edition is priced at $350 and is available for pre-order now and the limited edition is priced at $375.
Also available now is the GODZILLA ’74 Tiki Mug – Heat Ray Variant. Perched upon a Pacific tsunami and ready to annihilate his destructive digital doppelgänger (but just as ready to provide you with radioactive refreshment), this GODZILLA ’74 tiki is a monumental masterwork of dinosaur drinkware fit for a king. The tiki is $65. Each tiki is handmade, so some variation is expected.