Godzilla Complete Works Final
Bandai released Complete Works Final in April of 2007 with speculation that this will be the last installment of the popular series of Yuji Sakai's great work. Bandai, once again, produced seven diorama figures including a variant Chase figure. This time, Godzilla requires no assembly and only needs to be attached to the base. Some add on pieces are required to be assembled to the base. While the figures weren't numbered, they were still packaged in seperate boxes with no indication on which figure you were buying. This installment finishes covering every Godzilla film Toho has produced. It looks as if none of the Diorama's produced in this set have been previous model kits. Here's a look at each diorama.
#1 Godzilla 54
One of Godzilla's most memorable image from the original film, the attack on the Diet building. The base is one of the largest of the entire Directory Series. Yuji Sakai did create a model kit similiar to this diorama, yet different.
#1 Godzilla 54 (alternate view)
#2 Godzilla 66
From the film "Godzilla vs. The Sea Monster" this diorama represents Godzilla heading towards the ocean, possibly to confront Ebirah.
#2 Godzilla 66 (alternate view)
#3 Godzilla 69
A new sculpt of Godzilla 69. The palm trees need to be added to the base
#4 Godzilla 73
Godzilla as it appeared during the film "Godzilla vs. Megalon".
#4 Godzilla 73 (alternate view)
#5 Godzilla 91
Possibly the stand out piece of the new Directory Set. Godzilla approaching Sapporo TV Tower. The tower requires three pieces to be assembled, as well as to be placed on the base. The top of the tower is difficult to straighten out.
#5 Godzilla 91 (alternate view)
#6 Godzilla 93
A simple diorama of Godzilla in the countryside ready to face MechaGodzilla in the Toho film "Godzilla vs. MechaGodzilla 93".
#6 Godzilla 93 (alternate view)
#7 Godzilla 2003
A memorable scene in "Godzilla X MechaGodzilla" when Godzilla steps on the jeep during the battle scene with the Maser Tank.
#7 Godzilla 2003 (alternate view)
Chase Figure Godzilla 54
A paint variant of Godzilla 54 is mainly found on the nameplate, which is colored red. Highlights differ between the regular and chase figure, but not by much.
It has been reported that Bandai has plans to reissue the Showa series of the Directory Sets with the name plates to be redone.
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