Godzilla fans looking for the ultimate collectible might want to check out the first release in Bandai's human-size figure line -- a giant Godzilla statue based on the design from the 1991 film "Godzilla vs. King Ghidorah."
The Godzilla statue by Design Coco stands 6 feet 4 inches (192 centimeters) and costs approximately $43,500 (£35,627, AU$56,688), according to Rocket News 24.
While that might seem like a lot to spend on a Godzilla collectible, keep in mind that in 2014, fans could purchase a solid gold Godzilla statue that stood a mere 13.8 inches (35 centimeters), for $1.5 million.
The catch is that only 10 of these 3D-printed statues will be made, with the chance to buy the giant Godzilla assigned through a random drawing. Bandai will take applications for the drawing on its Premium Bandai website starting November 7.
Fans who don't want to own this massive Godzilla can still see a prototype of the statue on display at the Tamashi Nation 2016 Figure and Model Show in Tokyo's Akihabara neighborhood from October 28 to October 30, or at the Shinjuku Marui Annex shopping center from November 1 to November 14.
Just be careful not to crane your neck.