Limited-Edition Godzilla Collection Released

Plush and apparel will feature Godzilla and RIPNDIP mascot, Nermal.

License Global

April 17, 2024

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Godzilla plush toy, Toho International, RIPNDIP
Godzilla plush toyToho International, RIPNDIP

Toho International, the Japanese studio that represents Godzilla, along with streetwear brand, RIPNDIP, and collectibles company, Youtooz, have partnered for a limited-edition Godzilla merch collection.

Inspired by the King of the Monsters and RIPNDIP’s mascot, Nermal, the Youtooz x RIPNDIP x Godzilla collection will include a 9-inch Nermal and Godzilla crossover plush. The T-shirt features Nermal wearing a Godzilla costume.

Since debuting in the titular 1954 film that fathered the giant monster genre, Godzilla has taken on dozens of forms and fought even more spectacular foes in its nearly 70 years in pop culture. Toho International has collaborated with both mainstream entertainment and subculture icons to bring fans new ways to connect with the King of the Monsters. This is the latest collaboration as the brand continues to expand across toys and collectibles, gaming, apparel, accessories, publishing, seasonal, housewares, food and beverage and many more categories.  

 Fans can check out the collection at and shop on the Godzilla Store. 

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