Revealed: Entertainment Earth’s Mechagodzilla Funko Pop!

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Godzilla 70th Anniversary - Mechagodzilla Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure - Entertainment Earth Exclusive (2024 release)

Funko Pop! Godzilla 70th Anniversary – Mechagodzilla Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure – Entertainment Earth Exclusive (2024 release)

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As we celebrate Godzilla’s 70th anniversary, a special tribute emerges from the depths of collectible lore. Behold the Mechagodzilla Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure, an Entertainment Earth Exclusive for 2024 that encapsulates seven decades of monstrous clashes and cinematic splendor in one iconic piece.

Mechagodzilla Funko Pop! drops today! To get your hands on this Pop Vinyl Figure at its release, be sure to check out the links I’ve provided below – click to jump or keep scrolling for more details!

Unleashing Mechagodzilla: The 2024 Entertainment Earth Exclusive Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure

The 2024 Entertainment Earth Exclusive Mechagodzilla Funko Pop! has marched its way into the spotlight, bringing with it a heavy dose of nostalgia.

Not just another face in the Funko crowd, Mechagodzilla stands as a unique blend of Toho’s monster creativity and Pop! Vinyl’s whimsical design.

From its riveted armor plates to the menacing glare, every detail pays homage to the kaiju’s cinematic roots while inviting a light-hearted nod to its robotic rebelliousness.

And unlike its film counterpart, this collectible won’t rampage through your city. Mechagodzilla: a towering figure, now available for those who appreciate the classics, with a twist of modern collectibility.

The Entertainment Earth Exclusive Mechagodzilla Pop Figure can be pre-ordered at the links below (click to jump!)

Godzilla 70th Anniversary - Mechagodzilla Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure - Entertainment Earth Exclusive (2024 release)

Godzilla 70th Anniversary - Mechagodzilla Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure - Entertainment Earth Exclusive (2024 release)

Did You Know These Mechagodzilla Facts?

Mechagodzilla, the metallic nemesis of Godzilla, has stomped through our screens with a legacy as hefty as its titanium alloy frame. Here are some fascinating tidbits about this iconic kaiju that might just change your perspective on this metal monster.

Mechagodzilla’s origins trace back to an unexpected source – Mechani-Kong, the robotic King Kong from the 1967 film “King Kong Escapes.”

While Mechani-Kong premiered first, Mechagodzilla soon overshadowed it, rising to fame in Godzilla’s realm. This transition is a prime example of the understudy surpassing the master in the world of kaiju.

Discussing team-ups, it’s interesting to note that nearly every Mechagodzilla iteration has at some point allied with Godzilla, with the sole exception being the original 1974 model.

This version was too engrossed in villainy. Whether it’s Mechagodzilla II or Kiryu, the “Ghost of Godzilla,” these mechanical giants have joined forces with Godzilla against larger threats, creating some unexpected alliances.

The “Ready Player One” movie features a distinct Mechagodzilla, differing from the Kiryu in the original novel. This film-specific version amalgamates traits from previous Mechagodzillas and Godzillas, resulting in a blend of the old and new.

Mechagodzilla holds the distinction of being the first clone in the Godzilla series. Pioneering this concept, Mechagodzilla set the stage for other DNA-mimicking monsters like SpaceGodzilla.

A constant in every Godzilla film era, Mechagodzilla has a presence akin to a badge of honor. Appearing in Showa, Millennium, and other eras, this metallic kaiju is a staple in the ‘Big Five’ of the Godzilla universe.

Mechagodzilla played a crucial role in revitalizing the Godzilla series. Following a couple of underwhelming films, Mechagodzilla’s introduction brought back the series’ intense and severe tone, much to the delight of fans.

Interestingly, Mechagodzilla, unlike Godzilla, doesn’t typically use its tail in combat, preferring high-tech weaponry. Kiryu is the exception, utilizing its tail in fights, owing to its construction around the original Godzilla’s bones.

The Heisei Mechagodzilla almost underwent a significant transformation, with a more techno-organic design and a backstory involving a virus, a stark contrast to the traditional metal monster.

Kiryu, the Millennium series Mechagodzilla, offers a poignant narrative twist, housing the spirit of the original Godzilla within its mechanical frame. This aspect adds a layer of complexity to the character, not commonly seen in mechanical beings.

An interesting piece of trivia is Mechagodzilla’s near appearance in “Godzilla vs SpaceGodzilla.” Initially planned to feature the Heisei Mechagodzilla, the idea was scrapped, making it the only Mechagodzilla to have a singular film appearance in its series.

These insights reveal the multifaceted nature of Mechagodzilla, showcasing how this mechanical behemoth isn’t just another monster but a character with depth and history in the Godzilla saga.

Funko Pop! Godzilla 70th Anniversary – Mechagodzilla Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure – Entertainment Earth Exclusive (2024 release)

Available at:

Entertainment Earth
eBay
Amazon.com

 

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