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Source Blog: 6 Is The Magic Number - Japanese Micromaster Combiner Teams

By Maz on Saturday, December 01, 2012



There’s something incredibly Japanese about a small team of intricate and tiny transforming robots that combine to form a larger more powerful being, packaged in an attractive giftset depicting a soaring mechanical beast of battle. That is exactly what Takara started to market in Japan at the end of Battlestars: Return of Convoy with the above C-370 Sixliner, and then throughout 1992′s “Fight! Super Robot Lifeform Transformer Operation Combination”. Read more at Source Blog: 6 Is The Magic Number

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Tripredacus
2012-12-03
4:44 pm

Someone at Hasbro or Takara were paying attention to that "Mixmaster" guy in Sixbuilder, when they decided to use that one for the Devestator release in the US. The main disappointing thing is that while they now had 6 Constructicons, only 3 are G1 Constructicons, 2 are former Autobots (Qu... read more 
UltraConvoy
2012-12-01
6:53 pm

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