A new Godzilla (1991) The Fierce Battle of Abashiri! produced and modeled by Yuji Sakai is now available as part of the Yuji Sakai Modeling Collection Soft Vinyl Series! This product is a reproduction of the model Mr. Yuji Sakai spent 9 hours creating during an online modeling event he held in 2020 as numerous Godzilla fans watched the process in real-time. This figure recreates the scene from Godzilla vs. King Ghidorah (released in 1991) in which King Ghidorah can be seen flying in and landing in the wilderness of Abashiri while Godzilla momentarily bends backward due to the intense wind pressure caused by the creature’s flight.
Sakai has done an excellent job expressing the intensity and intimidating power of Godzilla’s gaze as his archenemy, King Ghidorah, appears before his eyes, hinting at the fierce battle to come. The original cast version of the model is first turned into a wax model in order to produce the master mold. All figures originate from this master mold using a special method to ensure that each figure preserves even the smallest details found on the original. Using an incredibly effective technique for soft vinyl figures, Mr. Sakai oversees the coloring process of the figure.
Celebrating the 30th anniversary of the movie’s theatrical release, countless Godzilla fans watched as Mr. Sakai poured his energy into recreating this scene. This beautifully sculpted Godzilla figure that was modeled as Godzilla fans around the world watched in admiration and gives off a sense of dynamic movement. Experiencing this model up close is a must for any fan!
Godzilla (1991) The Fierce Battle of Abashiri
- Yuji Sakai Modeling Collection
* Size and weight are approx. values
Item shown is a prototype. When shipped, the final production piece may differ in appearance.
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Absolutely love this figure! Great job recreating Big G when he meets his nemesis King Ghidorah in this crazy film written and directed by Kazuki Omori. The man that gave us "Take that you dinosaur!" Possibly the greatest line in film history my friends. How can you not own this piece of art now? Get G before he gets you. "Mister Shindo!"