This Lovely Lil' Godzilla Rules the Toy Crop at New York Comic Con

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It's New York Comic Con next week, and you know what that means? Oodles of lovely exclusive toys to gaze at (and then lament that any you actually want you'll probably end up paying out the ass for on eBay after the con)! First up in the parade of wonderful toys is Bandai, with lovely Godzilla goodness.

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The 6.5" retro-styled toy is a bit smaller than that beefy maquette we saw the other week, but it's still a pretty little Kaiju (although the $40 price tag might be a bit much):

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Illustration for article titled This Lovely Lil Godzilla Rules the Toy Crop at New York Comic Con

It might not be accurate to 'normal' Godzilla when he's not preparing to blast his foes with his atomic breath, I love the electric blue spines on this toy. It's got a lovely 'pop' to it for a toy.

It's not all that Bandai are bringing to NYCC though - Sentai fans have this shiny Tokyo Vinyl figure of Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers' Metallic Green Ranger to look forward to:

Illustration for article titled This Lovely Lil Godzilla Rules the Toy Crop at New York Comic Con
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As well as some... Power Rangers keys?

Illustration for article titled This Lovely Lil Godzilla Rules the Toy Crop at New York Comic Con
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They're for a Power Rangers morpher toy that's sold separately, but still, what a strange thing. They look kinda neat!

New York Comic Con runs October 9th to October 12th.

[Images via Toy News International]


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DrkKnightwing

NYCC is going to be my very first Con. I almost wasn't able to go, but just found out my schedule will allow it. PLEASE make an awesome buying guide for all the neat things that will be there. As of right now I am going after a picture (maybe an autograph depending if it expensive) of Kevin Conroy for me and Janet Varney for my daughter. What else do I need to Know/Find?