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Cover Art and Stills from Sonys Upcoming Icons of Sci-Fi: Toho

Those of you yearning for the golden age of monster movies, where a man in a zipper suit wreaked havoc on a miniature set of downtown Tokyo, can get your fix on October 18th, courtesy of the Sony Pictures Entertainment release, Icons of Sci-Fi – Toho. Read on for a look at the DVD cover art and some stills to whet your appetite for some old school carnage!

Included in this set are three Ishiro Honda classics: The H-Man, Battle in Outer Space and Mothra, each of them presented in both their Japanese and U.S. versions. This is looking like a great release from Sony, so let’s show them we appreciate their effort by giving this set a gander when it hits stores on August 18.

Cover Art and Stills from Sonys Upcoming  Icons of Sci-Fi: Toho

Cover Art and Stills from Sonys Upcoming  Icons of Sci-Fi: Toho

Cover Art and Stills from Sonys Upcoming  Icons of Sci-Fi: Toho

Cover Art and Stills from Sonys Upcoming  Icons of Sci-Fi: Toho

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  • Vermithrax

    Battle in Outer Space and Mothra are two typical Sci-Fi Toho films, and in typical meaning exciting, fun and VERY colorful.

    The H-Man on the other hand is one of Toho’s often overlooked horror films, actually more of a horror meets cops and robbers story. The H-Man (or men I should say) gets ahold of people and melts them, its actually really cool.

    Even though, picture quality aside, I think Sony does a pretty crappy job with their Toho releases with their covers usually sucking and no extras, I will but this set for the commentaries, which are the only extras included.

    I have the R2s for all three films, but whatever.