Sci-Fi Revoltech is on a boat with its newest addition, Gohten-Go - tomopop

Sci-Fi Revoltech is on a boat with its newest addition, Gohten-Go

10:00 AM on 11.02.2011

Brian Szabelski

Editor-in-Chief


Kaiyodo's Sci-Fi Revoltech line has gone some weird places in the past, but this time, we're going out to sea (and back to 1963) with the addition of Gohten-Go, the ship from the Toho film Kaitei Gunkan (a.k.a. Atragon). And yes, believe it or not, it IS poseable: the stabilizers and superstructure retract to depict the boat in its in-flight or sea-going configurations. It also comes with two different types of drills that both spin, a display stand and a name plate.

The Gohten-Go comes calling to your port in January at a retail price of ¥3,334. Anyone going all hands on deck for this one, or are you complacent to let it drift away?

[Pre-order at HobbyLink Japan | Amiami]


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