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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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