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Mezodon Megazord

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the english one came with

the english one came with the ankylozord and Parasaurzord

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Posted by jordanB on 30 November, 2008 - 14:54
Um... no, it didn't. See

Um... no, it didn't. See my review of the Dino Zord Set.

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Posted by EVA_Unit_4A on 30 November, 2008 - 15:15
ATTN: EVA_Unit_4A- This may be old, but it must be said!

The EU release came with the Anklyo and Parasaur, as we got no Dino Zord set (we still got screwed over when it came to the Cephala). Just one of the perks of having to pay about twice as much for any given Megazord than you (like the European release of the Delta Squad Megazord having the stickers and side number details, or us getting a Centaurus Wolf Megazord)

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Posted by Rankarana on 17 December, 2009 - 18:21
If you'd told me that two

If you'd told me that two years ago, I woulda been pissed for you.

Nowadays, I just say order the Super Sentai stuff and be over with it. Besides, if Disney actually has suspended making new PR stuff, you'll have no choice at all on the matter if you want the newest stuff. ;)
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Posted by EVA_Unit_4A on 17 December, 2009 - 19:29
Ah, but they're getting a bit more expensive, these days...

We're still on Jungle Fury, for one thing (and I'm gonna wait for the after-Christmas sales to pick up some of the Megazords- shame the most recent PR I watched has my least favourite designs! Oh, well at least it (and Geki) are good for their respective franchises) and the price of the upcoming Goseiger mecha makes me wince. I think I'll just continue collecting SS/PR mecha from the series I've missed...

Actually, EVA, where do you get most of your DX Gattai sets, especially the older ones (i.e. Hurricanger/Gao era)? I'd use HLJ, but that's a bit pricey and only carries the modern stuff.

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Posted by Rankarana on 18 December, 2009 - 05:17
Well, I got both the

Well, I got both the GaoRanger and Hurricanger stuff from eBay.

Now to be clear, I have never had an eBay account (no credit card). So what I did was contact the sellers of items I was interested in, and asked them if their item did not sell, could I buy it under-the-counter from them. More often than not, they didn't go for it or it was bought on eBay, but sometimes I got lucky.
This does not violate eBay's policies because no one made offers on their site, and I am buying from them off-site just as any other arrangement offline.

And FYI, HLJ is absolutely swamped with orders for Super Sentai. I can order stuff in May-June, and chances are I'll never get it (like Jumbwhale in 2008). I think they're getting so many orders from PR fans migrating to Super Sentai that they can't keep up anymore!

Right now, I have 5 Origami on backorder with them since October, and chances are they won't fill them before they switch to Goseiger next year. So I'm gonna have to scramble and look elsewhere after production has ended!
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Posted by EVA_Unit_4A on 18 December, 2009 - 13:56
they all look like big circus playsets!

like big circus playsets, they all look...robots NOT!

Nothing beats Juu Sentai Bio Man and Super Sentai Maskman-5 and Shaider...show-wise, story-wise, acting-wise, stunt-wise and robots & weapons-wise, these shows have really escalated the standard of super sentai and sentai shows to a far higher level....i think.

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Posted by Cyclone Blue on 30 November, 2008 - 21:21
Japanese version

What does the japanese version look like, i've been looking for a pictur and cant find one

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Posted by keith0827 on 9 July, 2011 - 18:17
Google-search "MaxOhJa" and

Google-search "MaxOhJa" and "Max-Oh-Ja".

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Posted by EVA_Unit_4A on 9 July, 2011 - 20:49
 
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