Topps Celebrates 50 Years of Godzilla vs. Gigan with NFT Set

The collection brings Toho monster to the blockchain via Topps NFTs platform.

License Global

April 14, 2022

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The Topps Company, a division of Fanatics Collectibles, is set to release the 2022 Godzilla vs. Gigan 50th Anniversary NFT Mini Set by Topps, a brand-new collection of Godzilla NFTs that spotlights the 50th anniversary of Gigan, one of the monsters of the Godzilla universe on, an Avalanche powered blockchain platform.  

There are 20 unique NFTs in this collection, including motion movie posters, Chibi style illustrations, movie moments GIFs, Topps "Rookie cards" and more. 

"We're excited to continue our work with Toho and bring this latest collection to the blockchain through premium NFTs of a fan favorite in the Godzilla universe," says Tobin Lent, vice president, global general manager, Topps digital sports and entertainment, The Topps Company. "By bringing Gigan to, we are continuing the Topps legacy of unique and innovative collectible experiences for a wide variety of fans." 

Packs of the 2022 Godzilla vs. Gigan 50th Anniversary NFT Mini Set by Topps will be available exclusively on, with base card-style collectibles, animated film clips, comic covers and collectibles with different adaptations. 

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