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Chicacgo Comic & Entertainment Expo (C2E2) April 25-27, 2014


Images - More 16bit.com C2E2 2014 Coverage and Pictures Below
C2E2 2014 - Diamond Select Toys - Godzilla C2E2 2014 - Diamond Select Toys - Godzilla

Drink with Godzilla! The wonderful craftspeople of Diamond Select Toys expand their Godzilla offerings once more! Banks are en route, giving kids a way to feed the monsters their loose change. Diamond's bust banks have been quite good over the years, so the entries of Mechagodzilla and Godzilla should be easy sales on their part.

In addition to Minimates, you can also expect heavy-duty Bottle Openers starting with Mechagodzilla. Diamond's bottle openers tend to be heavy, thick affairs with superior magnets to they can really clamp on to your fridge without sagging. Even as just a magnet, these things tend to be pretty impressive - so the bottle opener functionality is just a nice bonus. Check out our gallery below!

--Adam Pawlus, photography by Shaun Clayton

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