The Godzilla: The Animated Series 1970s Godzilla Museum Statue by Mondo is a thing of beauty. It takes me back to 1975 when I would watch this giant green nuclear lizard each Saturday morning. This limited-edition statue, based off of the iconic series from the 1970s, Mondo took out all of the stops to evoke the series’ look and feel, with its full cel-like line art and paint application, painstakingly realized by sculptor Tufan Sezer, designer and painter Hector Arce, and package designer Mike Bonanno.
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That is so cool! I too have fond memories of watching Godzilla on Saturday mornings.
“Godzilla! (dun-dun-duh-dah) Godzilla! (dun-dun-duh-dah) Godzilla! (dun-dun-duh-dah)… and Godzoooookyyyyyyyyy.” What a great looking statue. Now I’m gonna have that theme in my head for at least two weeks… which isn’t a bad thing.
It’s still a fun show. I’ll throw it on every now and then 🙂