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Cpt. Nemo


6 comments posted
I love that this toy's named

I love that this toy's named Nemo. The fact that it's a windup toy that works in water is actually really cool. I'd have loved that when I was a kid.

Dkun's picture
Posted by Dkun on 20 September, 2011 - 09:49
Incredible that they could

Incredible that they could work inmultiple gimmicks on a small cheap toy. For some reason I liked boat toys as a kid as long as they floated, this would have been right up my alley

chachipower's picture
Posted by chachipower on 20 September, 2011 - 10:43
"Defenders tended to be

"Defenders tended to be transforming plastic toys not covered under the Macross or Orguss license."

All four Super Defenders (cars with diecast metal in them) came from an anime called Chō Kōsoku Galvion. It's not clear if they were licensed from the anime because they changed the head design. Apart from a super rare Takatoku designed Galvion (that was "released" thru the factory backdoor) these four Converter Super Defenders are the only toys produced from that anime.

BraveMSW's picture
Posted by BraveMSW on 20 September, 2011 - 19:09
I consider Super Defenders a

I consider Super Defenders a sub-line. They are cool though but I doubt I will track them down.

JoshB's picture
Posted by JoshB on 20 September, 2011 - 19:33

from the looks of things it's more of a battleship line than a sub line.

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RobotBastard's picture
Posted by RobotBastard on 21 September, 2011 - 12:11
*ba-dum tish*

*ba-dum tish*

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Posted by SpaceRunaway on 21 September, 2011 - 15:50