Wednesday, February 27, 2008

X-Plus at Wonder festival 2008 JAPAN

My favorite monstermaker company from Japan on display. Click on link for more pics.


12 comments:

rickart said...

I think I'm going to go to Wonder Con next year. I didn't go this year because I knew I was headed to SD, but I know some folks now who go to it and speak highly of it... it sounds like it like the SD Con of 10 years ago... not quite so big.

Speaking of the SD Con... I just got my Pro validation code in the mail today! Whoo hoo!

Gargantuas! Cool! I didn't see Gorasaurus, though.

Anonymous said...

They made one for the Bandai Museum a few years ago when it was still open. I got one but damn if they didn't close 1 month before I took my 1st trip over there in Oct of 2006. That would have been cool.
Oh well.

rickart said...

That Robbie looks pretty cool, too!

Mr Goodson said...

Which one is the kind monster. The one that doesn't eat cute girls in front of her horrified friends. Then pick the bloody rags out of its teeth.

Remeber I'm color blind. Use left and right.

rickart said...

The shorter guy on the right.

Davis Chino said...

Who can forget the moment (after the evil twin has made his appearance), that Russ Tamblyn says, (with moody reflection),"That's not our Gargantuan..."?

Anonymous said...

Green Gargantuan "Gaira" BAD. bROWN Gargantuan "sANDA" GOOD.

Anonymous said...

LEFT = BROWN = GOOD
RIGHT = GREEN = BAD

Anonymous said...

Got that Robbie but with the travel car. YES It's cool.

Mr Goodson said...

Ha. Marty. You've seen War of The Gargantuans.

I'm always torn. Who's better at whoring themselves out as the big American star in 60s Japanese Monster movies. Nick Adams or Russ Tamblyn.

Are you writing?

(I already knew who was the good monster)

rickart said...

Marty! Welcome back!

I vote for Rex Reason, but only because it gives me another excuse to bring up Kong Escapes again! :)

Actually, Nick Adams is the winner since he's in not one but two Toho giant monster flicks.

Anonymous said...

Nick Adams! Hands down.
Welcome back Marty!