This hard vinyl figure with "sparking" action was issued in 1972. Bullmark sparking figures are very, very hard to find due to rough play by lots of excited Japanese children! This figure stands approx. 8 inches tall and it makes sparks fly out of his mouth when you move his right arm.
The Jirass figure is actually Godzilla in disguise! Tsurabaya used an old Godzilla costume to make into a new monster for his Ultraman TV show, he called the new monster Jirass. This figure has little wear or scuffing on it and has no writing on its feet. The sparking action still works! This is a hard piece to find in working order.
This hard vinyl figure was issued in 1970 by The Bullmark Company of Japan.. Bullmark figures are very rare in this condition. This figure stands approx 9 inches tall and has a wingspan of approx. 11 1/2 inches Near Mint Condition with no writing on foot.
For glow in the dark fans here is the 2005 Popy Bullmark giant Godzilla with Tokyo Tower. Standing about 12 1/2 inches high and 12 inches long, this fantastic figure comes mint in bag with header. The glow that comes out of this guy is positively eerie. It is a must have for your collection.
39 full color pages devoted completely to mini toys, candy toys, and super deformed toys all related to Godzilla, Mothra, King Ghidorah and other foes. Some incredible toys are shown including an SD Titanosaurus and various Biollante figures.
There is a two-page photo catalog of the various Godzilla suits by year as represented in super deformed figures. Many manufacturers are represented including Bullmark, Bandai, Bare Model, and Yutaka. It’s a great resource on mini figures. Book dimensions 6 by 6 inches heavy cardboard cover.
This is the hard to find "OUT OF PRINT" Godzilla Toy History Book by Yuji Nishimura and Takashi Kuraji. Yuji Nishimura is not only the biggest collector of Godzilla items in the world but also the owner of M-1 toys in Japan. This is the ULTIMATE reference for Japanese Kaiju toys.
The book has wonderful photos of early tin and vinyl toys and models from Marusan, Bullmark, Popy and Bandai. Photos of R/C toys, wind up toys, and even shots of early toy making in Japan! If you are a serious collector of Kaiju Toys this book is a must have reference book.
Again, this book is way out of print and we were lucky enough to get our claws on a few. 110 pages, hard bound published by Bandai. Book dimensions 9 by 12 inches
This is the impressive book written by Yuji Nishimura and Takashi Kuragi detailing the history of Godzilla Toys in not only Japan but the world. This superb book serves as the go to reference for the earliest vinyl, tin and plastic model toys of the KING of THE MONSTERS and his associated friends and foes. The history of Bullmark and Marusan is displayed in fabulous comparison photos of the same figure produced by each company. The other historic companies such as Popy the precursor to Bandai and also the toys made by Yamakatsu Company are given good coverage. Yuji Nishimura the owner of M 1 Toys aka M Ichigo bought many of the original molds of the Bullmark soft vinyl line. This 111 page book is a must have for all collectors of Godzilla.
This is the hardest to find of the Yamakatsu figures: The Mecha Kong. Yamakatsu produced a series of Godzilla figures in 1983. These were more realistic looking than the Bullmark or Popy Figures. They were not issued with tags. However they were issued with a bandai sticker on their feet. This series of figures have a certain charm about them.
The Mechani Kong is the best sculpt in the series in our opinion. It stands about 5 inches tall and was produced by Yamakatsu in 1983. This one is in Excellent Condition. It does have some paint rubs and scuffs on its body. We have included a photo with the Larger Bandai 1991 Mechani Kong to show the differences in figures. The figure for sale is the Yamakatsu only.
This is the Yamakatsu hard vinyl figure of Angilas aka Anguirus that was issued in 1983. It is approx. 8 inches long. It was not issued with a tag. Yamakatsu company came into existence after Marusan and Bullmark and just as Bandai Company was issuing their 1983 Godzilla. These figures are some of the earliest produced of Godzilla and related monster figures.
MEGALON, MEGALON, SAVE US MEGALON! Here is the GORGEOUS Black vinyl with Glossy dark green and purple sprays version of MEGALON from the Bullmark Re-issue series by M1 aka M Ichigo. Yuji Nishimura the owner of M1 purchased the old Bullmark molds and has been producing M1 versions of the Classic Bullmark Figures. M1 always has AMAZING paint jobs and does not skimp on vinyl. Megalon is articulated at the arms, legs and neck. This figure was produced in 2006. It stands approximately 9 1/2 inches tall and comes in MINT CONDITION IN BAG WITH HEADER!
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Amazing detail and color! These "High Grade" hollow vinyl figures stand approximately 2 ½ inches tall. This set of 5 mini figures is based on the vintage BULLMARK toys from the 1960’s-1970’s. Set includes; Pegila, Kanegon (who loves to eat money), Gomess (which is GODZILLA in DISGUISE!), Garumon and Namigon.
CLAWMARK TOYS WARNING!! Small parts might be hazardous for very young fans.
This is the 3rd issue of Super 7 Magazine. It features articles on 20 year of Optimus Prime, Bullmark Die-cast toys and Vintage Vinyl figures.
This issue has amazing artwork and color photos.This is a wonderful magazine if you love Japanese Toy Culture. This is also a great reference book for collectors!
Limited supply available. Magazine dimensions 11 by 8 1/2 inches. NOW RARE and OUT OF PRINT!