Discussion in 'Show Your Collection' started by turtletooth, Jun 8, 2011.
That's a neat touch.
I would gladly pay that for it, my favorite 2 headed for sure
god, I need one in my life.
There's plenty of gods to choose from.
just remember to pick one of the hindu gods as they are best at giving you a hand thru out life
but aren't the most sensitive too, do something wrong and a tidal wave happens
These are going to go for a grip !!!
what 2-headed bemons don't? haha
always wanted one but i'm not baller status enough
Uhhhhh yeah....well there is the second gid bemon ill never own.
Oh dear... Wow.
I would Kill for this toy... KILL!!!!
So, one of the great things about this board is how much one can learn from it and how many who are willing to encourage this learning by sharing their knowledge. That being said, who actually sculpted and produces this figure and how is this two-headed Bemon related to the single, seemingly easier to acquire Bemon?
What is this/these figures history?
Bemon is a company. As far as I know, the owner's name is Honda and he sculpted both (I could be very wrong there).
Kougai Kaiju is the proper name of the 'Bemon' pollution monster you are referring to. I think the name just became synonymous in the olden days of neo kaiju (I feel gross typing that) and has stuck ever since.
The '2 Headed Giant / Bemon' is originally from a cover of Famous Monsters of Filmland magazine.
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And I'm sure there's more, very informative threads out there as well, including this very one.
no need to kill, just be willing to pay.
they are from the same maker bemon svhc.
i wonder when the overdued 3rd sculpt would be unleashed?!
Do you even know what it is ?
3 Headed Bemon?
Yeah, and don't forget the 4 legs and 6 arms. It's gonna be crazy.
The Kougai Kaiju or pollution monster was originaly featured as "Mosugon 2" on the header of IKB's Smoggon figure (posted in both links above), while the two headed monster or 'Galligantua' comes as mentioned from the cover illustration on the 1968 Famous Monsters of Filmland yearbook (which is based on the 1962 UA feature 'Jack The Giant Killer', directed by Nathan Juran).
Thanks for that info, I always wanted to know if he actually was in a film
Judging by the pic, briefly
Thanks gang for the schoolin' and links. I knew I could count on ya'll.
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