Whether you have the heat cranked up during cold weather, or live in the desert or mountains, extremely dry air can be quite hard on your system. The best thing you can do besides gulping down buckets of water is to get yourself a good humidifier.
Godzilla is one of the most iconic movie monsters of all time. We’ve seen the creature take all kinds of forms over the years, but I can say with a high degree of certainty that this is the first time I’ve seen Godzilla as an electric guitar.
Do you like Godzilla? I mean do you REALLY, REALLY like Godzilla? Then you’re going to want to start saving your money for this epic collectible from the X-PLUS Gigantic series.
This monstrous PVC kaiju figure measures in at a whopping 38.19″ long, and 18.5″ tall, and will look awesome on your desktop or bookshelf – assuming you have the space for it.
Growing up, I watched a lot of Godzilla movies because they came on every afternoon on a local TV channel. It was cool to watch those movies, but what I remember most was that the costume was pretty cheesy and you could see all the latex flop around as the actor stomped around on top of scale models of Japan.
Back in March, a version of Pacific Rim’s flying Kaiju Otachi turned up that wasn’t in flight mode. A new version of that Kaiju has landed as a 7-inch action figure that has its wings expanded and is taking flight.
Tiny Hamster has evolved into a Kaiju and he will not stop until he has eaten everything in sight and stomped every building to ashes. It’s mayhem in the streets. carnage even. But cute carnage. Adorable even.
Fans of Pacific Rim should be thrilled that so many action figures from the movie have been unveiled. We have seen mostly Jaeger action figures, however, there have been some Kaiju as well. The latest Pacific Rim action figure is a 7-inch version of the Otachi Kaiju.
If you liked the Shogun toys from the 1970s you’ll love this new Godzilla action figure from toy company Toynami. They have announced a retro Shogun Warriors Godzilla action figure that is based on the original giant toy licensed by Mattel during the late 1970s.
Hobby Inside is a South Korean professional LEGO building crew. They make multi-layered and very detailed LEGO dioramas for display. While most of their work depict cities and landscapes, they also have a handful of dioramas that feature monsters and mechas duking it out on a wrecked city, like this unmistakable nod to Pacific Rim: