M1 aka M Ichigo makes some of the most highly regarded Japanese Collectible Vinyls. The company owned by Yuji Nishimura makes figures of premium quality vinyl and then hand paints each figure. Here is Greenmons from the Ultra Q series. This is the Glow Version which stands approximately 8 inches. It comes mint in bag.
The highly collectible Pilot Ace figures are harder and harder to find. This version of the 62 Godzilla is one of the hardest to find now. This is an iconic sculpt of Godzilla as seen in King Kong vs Godzilla. The figure comes with a small diorama of Godzilla coming up from the ice and has the title of the movie written below. The figure is medium green vinyl with whitish sprays. He stands approximately 11 inches talk and is articulated at the arms, legs, and tail. The mini figure is about 2 inches tall.
From the latest American film version of Godzilla known as Godzilla King of the Monsters comes my favorite kaiju in the movie Rodan aka Radon. This figure is made of vinyl and he has a wingspan of about 13 inches and he stands about 5 inches high no articulation. He comes mint with tag.
The Castro Theatre in San Francisco was the place to be November 17-23, 2004, in honor of Godzilla's 50th birthday The best Godzilla Film Fest we have known about took place there. This is the 16 page program book from the event sponsored by Bay Area Film Events which showed 20 Godzilla or Kaiju Films.
The special guests were great:Russ Tamblyn (the first ever appearance in regard to War of the Gargantuas), Hiroshi Koizumi who was in Godzilla Raids Again, and many other Godzilla movies (he reprised his role in Mothra 1961 42 years later in Tokyo Sos), Tsutomu Kitagawa (the latest actor to don the Godzilla suit), Jerry Ito best remembered for his role of the vile Clark Nelson in Mothra 1961), Akira Kubo played many roles in Toho Films including Matago, Gorath, Son of Godzilla, Destroy All Monsters.
There are biographies of all the guests in the program. Also every film shown is given several paragraphs of synopsis and commentary by August Ragone of Henshin! Online. The center page has photos from some of the Godzilla Movies. The cover illustration is Mark Nagata.