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I realise calling Japanese

I realise calling Japanese pop culture weird is sort of a cliche at this point,but when you're shoving a knife up a robot cat's ass,something has really gone wrong.

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Posted by kidnicky on 5 December, 2009 - 16:32
...or a penguin atop a

...or a penguin atop a snowboard up an antelope's ass, or a card-reading sidearm up a Contract Beast's ass.

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Posted by EVA_Unit_4A on 5 December, 2009 - 17:54
Unbelievable!

Unbelievable!

Leonardo Flores
CollectionDX Staff Writer-West Coast Bureau

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Posted by Modcineaste on 5 December, 2009 - 23:11
Leo, you need to accept my

Leo, you need to accept my friendship on facebook. (Josh Larimer)

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Posted by The Enthusiast on 5 December, 2009 - 23:15
O.o knife goes where?

um.. i like the cat mode and the deicast is plus but shuving the knife un the cats rear end is creepy

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Posted by armorhide on 6 December, 2009 - 00:40
Very cool toy

Is this the Japanese equivalent of Banana Splits which I used to watch as a kid? The sword/knife is brown. Now I know why!

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Posted by grendizer1975 on 6 December, 2009 - 04:48
Maybe that's what the Splits

Maybe that's what the Splits meant by "makin' up a mess of fun."

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Posted by kidnicky on 6 December, 2009 - 12:13
Looks very similar to the main character

I picked up the main dog character and mole secondary character toys years ago. This is nearly identical to the dog in its transformation and the tail/sword thing as well. IF this is that similar, it's likely to contain the same sort of diecast content, which was considerable. Neat little figures, but nearly impossible to track down here in the States.

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Posted by fujikuro on 6 December, 2009 - 09:14
I have the dog too and they

I have the dog too and they are nearly identical. Robotack stuff is really hard to find, but Kabutack is similar and more common. The downside: no diecast, no magnets (except for one dx toy reviewed awhile ago by JB). But there are a few fun Kabutack toys.

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Posted by The Enthusiast on 6 December, 2009 - 14:19
As a kid I would get the

As a kid I would get the bubble gum with these characters on it. I was always curious about what the characters were and the mech designs were always neat to me. It's nice to finally know where they were from! It looks like a pretty solid toy.

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Posted by Dkun on 6 December, 2009 - 13:33
 
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