Before there were X-Plus Defo Real Godzilla figures there was the Kaiyodo Deformed Monster All-Out Attack (デフォルメ怪獣総進撃) series. Super deformed, also referred to as “chibi,” is “an artistic style in which a normally realistically proportioned character is rendered in a shorter, rounder form, often with a big head and short limbs, somewhat resembling a caricature of themselves as a tiny yet plump toddler.”1 Super deformed and chibi Godzilla has a long history. The first Godzilla vinyl figure, although not super-deformed was stylized in design based on the Aurora model kit, which was a stylized KinGoji design. Super deformed incarnations of Godzilla can be traced back to the Showa era where he made appearances in children’s magazines. But these figures took off in the Heisei series that continued a direct appeal to children as well as adult Godzilla fans. Godzilla has been rendered in kid friendly and appealing figures, manga and television anime for a very long time. Today’s Gojiban and ChibiGoji have Godzilla-Kun, Godzilla Island and the television series Godzilland2 to thank.