Mexican bootleg toys

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  1. rattanicus

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    Super!
     
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    Looks to be one of the Imperial Godzilla sculpts with a different head. I love it!
     
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    Thank you guys (Sanjeev and rattanicus)!
    You are right; It´s like the body of the imperial Godzilla but with a generic head. Despite being a blow model It is made of a very hard plastic. It looks more bigger in person that in the photo, I know they also made a Godzilla of the same size, I hope can catch one of those too. :mrgreen:
     
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    Not vintage, but bootlegs still.

    Got these rubber bootleg Star Wars and Mazinger Z figures[​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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    Imperial Godzilla bootlegs:

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    I love the hand painting of the dark villain eyebrows and red noses. These two examples are 6in/15.25cm and 7.25in/18.5cm are both very soft vinyl, with the larger one being very thin and squishy, especially the spines:

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    The Imperial stamps are poor quality, and almost invisible on the larger one:

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    Anybody know if there is a Mexican bootleg of the 12" Imperial?
     
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    I've seen the yellowish one before, pretty strange paint apps on the face indeed. I think they are actually made out of rubber but im no plastic expert.

    As for bootlegs based on the big figures, i havent seen any. I've seen bootlegs based on a design that looks like millenium godzilla tho.
     
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    I found these minifigures of Pin Ups are made of hard plastic, I think they are a reissue made in Mexico in the 90s or two thousand with the molds of Louis Marx.
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    I also found this translucent rubber figure, I really do not know what character it is or what year, but suddenly it gives a resemblance to green lantern, if someone knows where it is from, I will greatly appreciate the information. I bought it to feed the Ju, hahaha.
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