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Headrobots Skel-E-Tron Upgrade Kit for Botcon Gigatron - For the Love of MOTU Skeletor!
Scaleface - Thursday, November 22, 2012


Headrobots and Highendtfs are excited to offer your Skel-E-Tron: The most powerful skull in the Universe! This is an upgrade kit for Botcon Gigatron, just like the Headrobots Blood kit for ROTF Bludgeon. Upgrade your bendy swords, or take the plunger and assemble Skel-E-Tron!! Extremely limited: 1 of only 200, now up for order on Amazon.com!


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Hellscream85
2012-11-23
4:12 am

Lmao, still a much better use for this mold than Overlord, I can't accept an Overlord that isn't at least a triple-changer 
BlackMagnus
2012-11-22
6:22 pm

Awesome colors on this one. I love my Blood kit, well worth it. 
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