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Cliffjumper
2010-04-10, 05:26 PM
Published in 2003 as a pullout in Lee's magazine. Full of inaccuracies (a toy magazine that doesn't know who Popy are? Scott Quinnell...) such as use of catalogue shots of prototypes, made-up subgroup names (at least I admit it), one unreleased toy and parsing the name of the damn line wrong at every turn (again, at least I admit it...), but still a quick visual primer for anyone interested.

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Hound
2010-04-10, 08:17 PM
Oooh, cool.

Images are a bit small though.

Cliffjumper
2010-04-10, 08:49 PM
Yeh, I need to remember where I put the thing and do uber-high res scans... The other thing I'm going to try is doing my own 'Western' version of MR: Wedge (which is basically TF Generations, but for the Japanese Machine Robo line) when I go through and do more uniform pictures for my Gobots section.