Colossal Titan Archive

  • Since we got to take an up-close look at the Colossal Titan sculpt at Toy Fair, Stephen has been pretty much obsessed with this figure. Which scares me, because this figure is massive. If you haven’t seen it in person… it’s, like, half the size of a person. Seriously. It’s scary. We saw it painted at WonFest, and it seems like orders are finally ready to open! The detail on this piece, as you can see from the pictures, is amazing… but I think you really need to appreciate this guy in person to really get the feel of the piece. Did I just advocate buying a $600-800 statue? YUP. It’s that amazing. Orders open tonight and this is limited to 500 pieces, so don’t waffle on the fence if you want to add this to your collection! [via Kahotan]

    GSC’s Colossal Titan Statue Is Ready To Burst Into Your Collection

    Since we got to take an up-close look at the Colossal Titan sculpt at Toy Fair, Stephen has been pretty much obsessed with this figure. Which scares me, because this figure is massive. If you haven’t seen it in person… it’s, like, half the size of a person. Seriously. It’s scary. We saw it painted at WonFest, and it seems like orders are finally ready to open! The detail on this piece, as you can see from the pictures, is amazing… but I think you really need to appreciate this guy in person to really get the feel of the piece. Did I just advocate buying a $600-800 statue? YUP. It’s that amazing. Orders open tonight and this is limited to 500 pieces, so don’t waffle on the fence if you want to add this to your collection! [via Kahotan]

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  • In a similar vein as the Motoko Kusanagi post, this figure also has a related Toy Fair gallery! If you can’t tell by now, I’m in love with the Takayuki Takeya sculpt of the Colossal Titan from Attack on Titan. The level of detail is matched by none and it’s so large and imposing. Now, we finally have pictures of what this looks like colored and it really is stunning! The muscle looks so fleshy, tendons and bones look like tendons and bones, and the whole piece is just so visceral. Also, his base has been updated some and there’s way more detail and debris. Now to start saving up and clearing out space because there’s no way I’m missing out on this amazing statue. [via Wonderful Hobby Life For You’s Twitter]

    Summer WonFest 2014: GSC’s Colossal Titan Statue

    In a similar vein as the Motoko Kusanagi post, this figure also has a related Toy Fair gallery! If you can’t tell by now, I’m in love with the Takayuki Takeya sculpt of the Colossal Titan from Attack on Titan. The level of detail is matched by none and it’s so large and imposing. Now, we finally have pictures of what this looks like colored and it really is stunning! The muscle looks so fleshy, tendons and bones look like tendons and bones, and the whole piece is just so visceral. Also, his base has been updated some and there’s way more detail and debris. Now to start saving up and clearing out space because there’s no way I’m missing out on this amazing statue. [via Wonderful Hobby Life For You’s Twitter]

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  • You know, given Colossal Titan’s massive size I really didn’t think we would get many figures of it. A Nendoroid and a figma, sure, but no scaled. I mean, they’d cost an arm and a leg! But the show/manga are popular enough that they know fans are willing to shell out the big bucks, and this is the second giant version of Colossal Titan we’ve seen, the first being Good Smile Company’s amazing polystone statue. Plex went a slightly different route, giving us a full diorama. Walls, even tiny people! Ahh, it’s cute in a totally demented way. The sculpt isn’t as insanely detailed at GSC’s, but that probably means a lower price point. But at almost 22 inches, this beast is going to hurt the wallet no matter what he’s made of. So, AoT fans, are you willing to fork over the cash? [via Plex]

    Plex’s New Attack On Titan Figure Is Truly Colossal

    You know, given Colossal Titan’s massive size I really didn’t think we would get many figures of it. A Nendoroid and a figma, sure, but no scaled. I mean, they’d cost an arm and a leg! But the show/manga are popular enough that they know fans are willing to shell out the big bucks, and this is the second giant version of Colossal Titan we’ve seen, the first being Good Smile Company’s amazing polystone statue. Plex went a slightly different route, giving us a full diorama. Walls, even tiny people! Ahh, it’s cute in a totally demented way. The sculpt isn’t as insanely detailed at GSC’s, but that probably means a lower price point. But at almost 22 inches, this beast is going to hurt the wallet no matter what he’s made of. So, AoT fans, are you willing to fork over the cash? [via Plex]

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  • If you collect PVC even in a very limited capacity, you know that Attack On Titan is an inescapable force in the industry. There’s no getting away from AoT figures! Though it seems like every manufacturer is hopping on the bandwagon, Good Smile Company was really the first to take them on with their Nendo & figma line… and they had quite a few of them at Toy Fair! Nendoroids Mikasa Ackerman, Eren Jaeger and Levi were on display, along with the figmas of the core trio. Oh, and of course… the giant Titan statue! And if you were wondering how much this colossus is going to cost you, he’ll be in the $600-$700 range. Check ’em all out after the jump.

    Toy Fair 2014: Good Smile Company’s Attack on Titan Figures

    If you collect PVC even in a very limited capacity, you know that Attack On Titan is an inescapable force in the industry. There’s no getting away from AoT figures! Though it seems like every manufacturer is hopping on the bandwagon, Good Smile Company was really the first to take them on with their Nendo & figma line… and they had quite a few of them at Toy Fair! Nendoroids Mikasa Ackerman, Eren Jaeger and Levi were on display, along with the figmas of the core trio. Oh, and of course… the giant Titan statue! And if you were wondering how much this colossus is going to cost you, he’ll be in the $600-$700 range. Check ’em all out after the jump.

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  • Last week at Winter Wonder Festival we showed you that Good Smile Company would be producing a statue of the Colossal Titan from Attack on Titan, and now, here at New York Toy Fair, we were able to see this bad boy up close and personal! He stands a good 18-20″ tall or so with a giant wingspan that matches his height. He’s so big, to make sure he wasn’t damaged in transport, Aki-san carried him from Japan by hand! What I was also able to find out was that this is also just a work in progress still; the coloring isn’t final and more will be added to the sculpt as well. Another fun tidbit is that this sculpt was actually used as the movie model as well as model for the Subaru commercial, which is pretty darn awesome. All I know after having seen this guy up close, I need him NOW!

    Toy Fair 2014: Good Smile Company’s Colossal Titan Statue Gallery

    Last week at Winter Wonder Festival we showed you that Good Smile Company would be producing a statue of the Colossal Titan from Attack on Titan, and now, here at New York Toy Fair, we were able to see this bad boy up close and personal! He stands a good 18-20″ tall or so with a giant wingspan that matches his height. He’s so big, to make sure he wasn’t damaged in transport, Aki-san carried him from Japan by hand! What I was also able to find out was that this is also just a work in progress still; the coloring isn’t final and more will be added to the sculpt as well. Another fun tidbit is that this sculpt was actually used as the movie model as well as model for the Subaru commercial, which is pretty darn awesome. All I know after having seen this guy up close, I need him NOW!

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  • Well, this one came out of nowhere. It appears that Good Smile Company will be producing a statue of the Colossal Titan from Attack on Titan. This isn’t a first for Good Smile, though, they did large scale polystone statues of Red Eyes Black Dragon and Blue Eyes White Dragon from Yu-Gi-Oh! in the past, but between their initial retail prices of around ¥50,000 as well as their pricey shipping due to their size, not many went for them. That being said though, I would most certainly have to go for this Colossal Titan statue, which looks similar to the model used in the recent Subaru commercial, which is apparently the live action movie’s 3D model. All I know is, give it to me now! And with the wall, please! [via kyojin_sokuho’s Twitter]

    Winter Wonder Festival 2014: GSC’s Colossal Titan Statue

    Well, this one came out of nowhere. It appears that Good Smile Company will be producing a statue of the Colossal Titan from Attack on Titan. This isn’t a first for Good Smile, though, they did large scale polystone statues of Red Eyes Black Dragon and Blue Eyes White Dragon from Yu-Gi-Oh! in the past, but between their initial retail prices of around ¥50,000 as well as their pricey shipping due to their size, not many went for them. That being said though, I would most certainly have to go for this Colossal Titan statue, which looks similar to the model used in the recent Subaru commercial, which is apparently the live action movie’s 3D model. All I know is, give it to me now! And with the wall, please! [via kyojin_sokuho’s Twitter]

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  • When the Colossal Titan Nendoroid was announced, I think we were all a little scared. I mean… it was so scary. High octane nightmare fuel up in here. But for some reason I’d blocked out the idea that there would be actual face-swapping involved once we got to the actual release. I mean, his face is so… weird… But here it is, folks. Face swapping from the darkest corners of your imagination. Madoka with the face of a horrifying monster. The Colossal Titan with the face of a cute, moe girl. And then… there’s Mikudayo! Attacking poor, defenseless villagers. It’s actually pretty awesome. [via Hacchaka]

    Today On The Internet: Prepare For Terror With The Colossal Titan Nendo

    When the Colossal Titan Nendoroid was announced, I think we were all a little scared. I mean… it was so scary. High octane nightmare fuel up in here. But for some reason I’d blocked out the idea that there would be actual face-swapping involved once we got to the actual release. I mean, his face is so… weird… But here it is, folks. Face swapping from the darkest corners of your imagination. Madoka with the face of a horrifying monster. The Colossal Titan with the face of a cute, moe girl. And then… there’s Mikudayo! Attacking poor, defenseless villagers. It’s actually pretty awesome. [via Hacchaka]

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  • When you walked into Good Smile Company’s booth on preview night, there was a crowd around one of the display cases. It took a bit of waiting (and, okay, I’ll admit it: some shoving. I’m a New Yorker, so sue me!) to get close, but once you did the reason why was clear: the entire middle shelf was dedicated to Attack On Titan figures! I was really surprised by the amount of prototypes they brought to the con. They had Nendoroids of Mikasa Ackerman and the Colossal Titan, figmas of Mikasa and Eren Jaegar (who isn’t even up for order!), and the big daddy himself: the horrifying “figma” (come on, this thing is a monster!) of Colossal Titan. Why is his head so tiny? Where are his joints?! This thing is gonna keep me up at night.

    NYCC 2013: Good Smile Company’s Attack On Titan Lineup

    When you walked into Good Smile Company’s booth on preview night, there was a crowd around one of the display cases. It took a bit of waiting (and, okay, I’ll admit it: some shoving. I’m a New Yorker, so sue me!) to get close, but once you did the reason why was clear: the entire middle shelf was dedicated to Attack On Titan figures! I was really surprised by the amount of prototypes they brought to the con. They had Nendoroids of Mikasa Ackerman and the Colossal Titan, figmas of Mikasa and Eren Jaegar (who isn’t even up for order!), and the big daddy himself: the horrifying “figma” (come on, this thing is a monster!) of Colossal Titan. Why is his head so tiny? Where are his joints?! This thing is gonna keep me up at night.

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  • Erick Scarecrow of ESC-Toy always brings a ton of items to conventions, but this year seems to be a record with how many different pieces he’s decided to show up with, and if you’re looking to score some of these for yourself, you’ll have lots of opportunities to! On Friday, Erick will be signing from 3-4 PM at Clutter’s booth (#504) and on Saturday, he’ll be over at the Tenacious Toys booth (#208) from 5-6 PM. First up is a piece that can’t be bought, but can only be won: an edition of 5 custom Daryl Dixon Funko figures from The Walking Dead with custom paint to make him look like the Colossal Titan from Attack on Titan. Why? I have no clue, but it looks pretty cool, so let’s all just go with it. You can win one by buying any ESC-Toy piece at the con from the many booths selling his work or via his website’s releases during the period. First up in releases is the Dali x Crow Bear Blue Hour version, which will be an edition of 20 that will retail for $30 and will be available at Clutter’s booth during Erick’s signing. Also available at Clutter’s booth will be the Little Spiker print, available beginning Preview Night, for $25 and will be an edition of 25 and the I’m Your Puppet print, also for $25, but an edition of 20. Next up, over at the Tenacious Toys booth will be the Bloody Lurker collaboration with Frombies that is limited to 7 pieces for $75 each and available during his signing as well as a Solid Snake print from Metal Gear Solid available on Preview Night for an unknown price, but will be an edition of 20, and a Fr*eza print edition of 10 for $25. Over at Big Kev’s Geek Stuff’s booth (#Z16-Z17), some more prints will be on hand for the comic fans: a One P*ece x Luffybot print, also an edition of 10 for $25, and a Batgirl print, edition of 20 for $25. If you’re not able to make it to the convention though, don’t sweat! A ton of releases will be available online, today, Wednesday the 9th at 12:00 PM EST. The Mr. 2600 Classic version (20 pieces, $30 each), Leatherface Hooper customs (12 pieces $30 each), Camo Maru customs (6 pieces, $30 each), Little Spiker Mossdown (21 pieces, $100 each),  S. Maria Camo (7 pieces, $225 each), Final Fantasy Shinra Storm Cloud custom (1 piece, price TBA), Final Fantasy Judge’s Rage custom (1 piece, $325), Star Wars Camo Vader custom (1 piece, price TBA), Metal Gear Solid Split Camo Snake custom (1 piece, $325), and Wet Suit Maria Supu (3 pieces, $100 each) will all be available at that time. I know I have my eyes on the Dali x Crow Bear for sure!

    ESC-Toy Brings a Bunch to NYCC

    Erick Scarecrow of ESC-Toy always brings a ton of items to conventions, but this year seems to be a record with how many different pieces he’s decided to show up with, and if you’re looking to score some of these for yourself, you’ll have lots of opportunities to! On Friday, Erick will be signing from 3-4 PM at Clutter’s booth (#504) and on Saturday, he’ll be over at the Tenacious Toys booth (#208) from 5-6 PM. First up is a piece that can’t be bought, but can only be won: an edition of 5 custom Daryl Dixon Funko figures from The Walking Dead with custom paint to make him look like the Colossal Titan from Attack on Titan. Why? I have no clue, but it looks pretty cool, so let’s all just go with it. You can win one by buying any ESC-Toy piece at the con from the many booths selling his work or via his website’s releases during the period. First up in releases is the Dali x Crow Bear Blue Hour version, which will be an edition of 20 that will retail for $30 and will be available at Clutter’s booth during Erick’s signing. Also available at Clutter’s booth will be the Little Spiker print, available beginning Preview Night, for $25 and will be an edition of 25 and the I’m Your Puppet print, also for $25, but an edition of 20. Next up, over at the Tenacious Toys booth will be the Bloody Lurker collaboration with Frombies that is limited to 7 pieces for $75 each and available during his signing as well as a Solid Snake print from Metal Gear Solid available on Preview Night for an unknown price, but will be an edition of 20, and a Fr*eza print edition of 10 for $25. Over at Big Kev’s Geek Stuff’s booth (#Z16-Z17), some more prints will be on hand for the comic fans: a One P*ece x Luffybot print, also an edition of 10 for $25, and a Batgirl print, edition of 20 for $25. If you’re not able to make it to the convention though, don’t sweat! A ton of releases will be available online, today, Wednesday the 9th at 12:00 PM EST. The Mr. 2600 Classic version (20 pieces, $30 each), Leatherface Hooper customs (12 pieces $30 each), Camo Maru customs (6 pieces, $30 each), Little Spiker Mossdown (21 pieces, $100 each),  S. Maria Camo (7 pieces, $225 each), Final Fantasy Shinra Storm Cloud custom (1 piece, price TBA), Final Fantasy Judge’s Rage custom (1 piece, $325), Star Wars Camo Vader custom (1 piece, price TBA), Metal Gear Solid Split Camo Snake custom (1 piece, $325), and Wet Suit Maria Supu (3 pieces, $100 each) will all be available at that time. I know I have my eyes on the Dali x Crow Bear for sure!

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  • Have you ever sat down with your morning cup of Joe or Earl Grey and thought “holy crap, this is so boring. How can I add anime excitement to this beverage?!” Well wonder no more, Japan has you covered with this thrilling mug set. That’s right, this is no ordinary anime mug. It’s… a set! You not only get a mug that looks like *gasp* a MOTHERFRACKING WALL (wow such wall, wow) but also a TITAN SHAPED TEA STRAINER (that seems to have no holes for tea). SO AWESOME. SUCH INNOVATION IN CHARACTER GOODS! Because I am a tea snob I’m going to take a moment to tell you that loose leaf should not be brewed in a strainer unless it’s CTC or very low-quality/super saturated in flavor. There’s just not enough room for them to expand! But that quibble aside (which might not be an issue if there really are no holes in the Titan…), this puppy can be yours for only ¥1,780 at AmiAmi with an October release.

    Wage War On Your Beverages With This Attack On Titan Mug

    Have you ever sat down with your morning cup of Joe or Earl Grey and thought “holy crap, this is so boring. How can I add anime excitement to this beverage?!” Well wonder no more, Japan has you covered with this thrilling mug set. That’s right, this is no ordinary anime mug. It’s… a set! You not only get a mug that looks like *gasp* a MOTHERFRACKING WALL (wow such wall, wow) but also a TITAN SHAPED TEA STRAINER (that seems to have no holes for tea). SO AWESOME. SUCH INNOVATION IN CHARACTER GOODS! Because I am a tea snob I’m going to take a moment to tell you that loose leaf should not be brewed in a strainer unless it’s CTC or very low-quality/super saturated in flavor. There’s just not enough room for them to expand! But that quibble aside (which might not be an issue if there really are no holes in the Titan…), this puppy can be yours for only ¥1,780 at AmiAmi with an October release.

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