Toy's Dream Project
Toy's Dream Project Godzilla 75 & Titanosaurus w/ Box
Toy's Dream Project released a Limited Editon Box Set in March of 2006 that features reissues of Bandai's Godzilla 75 and Titanosaurus. The box pictures a colorful assortment of poses involving the figures, including the recent Bandai Die Cast MechaGodzilla 75 that is not included in the set. The new figures are secured in a clear plastic tray and are tagged. The tags are a thin single card picturing black and white shots of the actual suits. The tag hole is small and appears to be made by a scribe that was pushed thru the tag than an actual punch hole made. Collectors have mentioned despite the tags being secured on the plastic tray, they do tend to suffer minimal damage. No Toho license sticker is found on the tags, but placed on the box. The license sticker is gold and pictures the Marvel Comics Godzilla and the year 2005. Both new figures are part of the Movie Monster Series
Toy's Dream Project Godzilla 75 & Memorial Box Godzilla 75
Godzilla 75 is done in black vinyl with greenish highlights. The vinyl on the new figure is much softer when compared to the 50th Anniversary Memorial Box Godzilla 75.
Toy's dream Project Titanosaurus & Movie Monster Series Titanosaurus
Titanosaurus is a brand new color scheme. Done in a dark brown vinyl, the chest is darker gold and the fins are a light reddish/ivory combination. The bumps on the body are a glossy black. It was rumored that the tail was to be clear vinyl with the fins highlights, but this wasn't the case.
October of 2006 saw Toy's Dream Project produce another box set featuring two kaiju that appeared in the same film together, well sort of.
Toy's Dream Project Godzilla 55 & Angilas Box
Listed in english on the box as a "Imaginative Color Edition", Toy's Dream Project focused on the film "Godzilla Raids Again" producing figures during key moments in the film. The box is very colorful that not only pictures the toys, but a scene from the film and the movie poster. There is also a "Black & White" picture of the toys that have them appear as grey translucent figures. The packaging is done in the same manner as the previous Godzilla 75 & Titanosaurus set.
Packaging for Toy's Dream Project Godzilla 55 & Angilas
Godzilla 55 is done in clear translucent vinyl with white and blue highlights. This figure represents Godzilla at the end of the film covered in ice and frozen. The figure is a reissue from the mold used for the 50th Anniversary Memorial Box Godzilla 55.
Memorial Box & Toy's Dream Project Godzilla 55
Toy's Dream Project did correct the position of the spines on their Godzilla 55 as the spines on the 50th Anniverary Memorial Box Godzilla 55 were placed facing the wrong direction with the largest spine torwards the lower back.
Spine comparision w/ Memorial Box & Toy's Dream Project Godzilla 55
Godzilla 55 is paired with a reissue of Angilas 68 and listed on the box as "Angilas 55". The tag even pictures the 55 Angilas. Collectors expressed displeasure over this tactic calling Bandai "lazy". While it would be cheaper for Toy's Dream Project to use reissues for their exclusives, Collectors feel this is a cheap way by pairing a version of a kaiju with another that didn't directly appear together in the film the box set repesents.
Angilas head is done in red translucent vinyl with the teeth and horns done in ivory and the eyes done in white and brown. The front of the body is highlighted in deep red and is believed to represent Angilas being hit in the face with Godzilla's heat ray, a scene that does appear in the film.
Closeup of Toy's Dream Project Angilas
Toy's Dream Project Godzilla 55 & Angilas
Both figures come with tags and this time, a punch hole is made, unlike the previous set that appears a pointed scribe was used to make the holes. The tags are secured the same manner as the previous set and can be found with miminal damage when first opened. The tags pictures the respected monster as they looked in the film. No Toho license sticker is found on the tags, but placed on the box. The license sticker is gold and pictures the Marvel Comics Godzilla and the year 2006. Both new figures are part of the Movie Monster Series.
As of this writing, Bandai has released a new paint variant of Godzilla 68 and a newly sculpt Hedorah in Japan.
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