In the article about SHMA King Ghidorah, Mecha King Ghidora was mentioned and felt kind of tacked on. But the SHMA Mecha King Ghidorah really deserves its own article. It’s a gorgeous piece. The piece stands 25 cm tall (around 10 inches Imperial) and has ball joints in the neck and tail for maximum freedom in posing. Also the clever use of die cast metal makes it really look authentic.
Here you can see the 2014 Godzilla in comparison to the S.H. MonsterArts Mecha King Ghidorah. As you can see, even the largest Godzilla is much smaller than King Ghidorah. In this photo you can also see the three Dorats that come with the S.H. MonsterArts Mecha King Ghidorah and the grappling attachments.
I own several of the SHMA figures and this one is one of my favorite pieces. It’s just impressive from every angle.
There is also a vinyl figure that is less expensive for those on a bit of a budget. It’s not articulated like the S.H. MonsterArts figure, which is one of the reasons why it is less expensive.
There is also this little gem, which I wish I’d known about earlier.
All of these figures would be welcome additions to any Godzilla collection. Plus, they’re fun to set in scenes as you can see in my photograph.