As a quick aside, this Godzilla was a pain to photograph. His skin is extremely textured, so light doesn’t lie across him evenly. Plus, all those similar colors blend together, making it difficult to capture definition. So I’m sorry if some of these pictures aren’t up to the usual standards. Exploding Godzilla looks fantastic in person, but he’s a stuck up diva when in front of the camara.
Explosion Godzilla has the same articulation as the first G figure. There’s his ball jointed jaw, upper and lower neck, shoulders, elbows, wrists, torso, hips, knees, double knees, and ankles. He’s got swivel cuts on his bicep and just below the elbow. Lastly, his tail is made up of segmented pieces that are connected to each other by eighteen ball joints.
There is one interesting note though. Because the translucent orange plastic is a softer material than the solid black, this Godzilla’s range of motion is increased by a little bit. He still can’t pose like Space Godzilla, but he is definitely easier to move.
Explosion Godzilla doesn’t come with any accessories and you don’t really need any to have fun with him. But if you do want some fire breath, check out the Bonus Effects Parts. There’s a red translucent beam in that set which looks really great when put with this figure.
All around, this guy is just an incredibly fun version of a Godzilla figure. He’s also a perfect Comic Con exclusive since not everyone will want him, but those of us who do will have the opportunity.
Lastly, I wanted to give a big thank you to Phillip. He was nice enough to pick this Godzilla up at the convention for me, and I really appreciate that.