Make mine Takara! Yeah, I am a Japanese toy zealot and few Transformers characters are more Japanese than Star Saber and even more so, Victory Saber. Beyond the big C-324 Star Saber and C-327 Victory Leo sets. Takara offered a number of smaller Star Saber releases in the Seven licensed 1989 Transformers Jr, 2002 Mega SCF PVCs, 2002 SCF ACT 7 PVCs, 2004 Robotmasters, and finally the 2015 Masterpiece MP-24 that were made in celebration of this awesome Japanese Transformers character.
Today's shot takes a look at the 2002 Takara Japan release of the Mega Super Collection Figure Victory Saber that was comprised of the Mega SCF Star Saber and Victory Leo figures. The Mega SCF toys were bigger and had some articulation. However, much like the ACT series, they didn't transform, included additional pieces, and you had to disassemble other figures to make the new ones. In this case, Victory Leo literally needed to be torn down into its limbs and torso to create the foot and shoulder rocket extensions. All done, the combination stands about 8 inches tall and looks a lot like what we saw in the cartoon.
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