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Video Review: DX Chouzetsu Gougou Gattai DaiVoyager
For a name which means "Transcendental Thundering Combination Great-Voyager" in Japanese, I would have expected something a bit more, oh I don't know- transcending from Bandai and PLEX.
Video Review: Gougou Gattai Vehicle #5 - Gougou Jet
I’ve said this before of other Super Sentai toys: if it wasn’t for the benefits of their transformations, I would not have gone for Gougou Gattai Vehicle #5- Gougou Jet as a standalone. Its multiple uses, however, make it a must have for the Gougou...
Video Review: Leopaldon & Spider-Man
It seems like Bandai is finally Getting it. They have taken a classic design with a great transformation and brought it into the modern era of engineering. Special video review with Nathan B.
Video Review: Gao Dias
I [personally] consider Gao Dias to be one of the most versatile and powerful of all Power Animals, seeing as how he was able to heal five PAs all at the same time, and then restrain [an] Orgu by himself.
Updated June 2010...
Video Review: Gao Rhino and Gao Armadillo
Gao Rhino and Gao Armadillo make an interesting, possibly unique, pair in the Power Animals line.
Updated May 2010 with new video review!
Review originally posted 10/28/06
Video Review: DX Majuu Gattai Gao Hunter Evil
To get a DX Gao Hunter was a highlight in my Super Sentai collection that has finally been fulfilled. The movement of the arms, the paint apps, how it changes - all of that makes it a highly favored piece in my collection.
Video Review: GaoRanger combination - Hyakujuu Gattai Gao Muscle
Gao Muscle is a near completely different creature from Gao King. Gao Bison remains as the lower torso and legs, but Gao Eagle has been demoted to waist joint/skirt; its wings now wrapped around Gao Bison's head instead.
Video Review: Gao Gorilla
Gao Gorilla has turned into one of my favorite Power Animals because of the glistening green coloring, and his wide range of poseability. But there is one more, important reason why I got him...
Updated May 2010 with new video...
Video Review: Dragonhawk
It's the centerpiece of the G.I. Joe Sigma 6 vehicle line the Dragonhawk. Read a full review with VIDEO here.
Video Review: Electronic BakuLaser
It's well built and adequately heavy. The sounds are nice & clear, and the light is really bright! For a 'repaint', it does pretty well on its own. If you liked the AbaLaser, you'll get the same kick out of the rarer BakuLaser.
Video Review: Boukenger combination - Chou Gougou Gattai Super DaiBouken
For the overall appearance, it's difficult to swallow, but the functions of each put together help that out a little, and make getting the DX toys to make the Chou Gougou Gattai Super DaiBouken worthwhile.
Video Review: Gougou Gattai Vehicle #3 - Gougou Mixer
Gougou Mixer continues as the third Gougou Gattai Vehicle in 'œBoukenger'?, dressed in a comfortable if somewhat unusual green plastic coloring.
Video Review: Gougou Gattai Vehicle #1 - Gougou Drill
Gougou Drill is an articulate looking vehicle which is much more appropriately sized in comparison to most of the other Gougou Vehicles seen in the DX Gougou Gattai DaiBouken.
Video Review: DX Mahou Tetsujin Travelion
The Travelion in its robot mode is a big, bulky, thick-armored giant which aptly deserves its Japanese title mahou tetsujin [magic iron-god]. It has huge arms with big fists that look like they could punch through a mountain.
Video Review: Deluxe Dragonzord
The American Green Dragonzord is completely made of plastic while the Japanese version has a die cast tail tip.
(UPDATE: Video co-review by EVA_Unit_4A added July 2011!)
Video Review: Deluxe Double Morphing Rescue Megazord
Still, the Rescue Megazord is a fun toy. While we didn't get the metal and chrome that the Japanese version had, kids still got a cool, combining and transforming megazord at a reasonable price.
UPDATE: Video review added by...
Video Review: Deluxe Megazord
This is the original Power Rangers Megazord, the one that started it all in the USA. Of course, we all know by now that a genre called Sentai has been on the air for years in Japan. In the early 90s, Haim Saban got the idea to use footage from the...