Yutaka Gettar Robo Go
I don't know too much about the company Yutaka, except that it started as Shinsei Manufacturing until 1990 when it became Yutaka as a Bandai subsidiary, which later was turned into Popy, reviving the classic name. I believe Yutaka's only real claim to fame was in marketing Getter Robo Go, a successor to Getta Robo and Getta Robo G. The cool thing is that for some reason someone thought that a new jumbo machinder version of the toy needed to be made, which brings us to the the release of this awesome toy in 1991!
|Yutaka Gettar Robo Go Back|
Gettar Robo Go comes in a huge box with plenty of action features. On the back is a set of wings with giant fans - each fires a red hollow missile. Both fists fire and can hold one of the accompanying weapons, a big sword and axe. You also get an extra drill missile that can be fired from either wrist and conveniently stored in the backpack. Oh, and did I mention that each fist fires even when holding weapons?
|Yutaka Gettar Robo Go Box Front|
|Yutaka Gettar Robo Go Box Side 1|
|Yutaka Gettar Robo Go Box Side 2|
|Yutaka Gettar Robo Go Box Contents|
|Yutaka Gettar Robo Go Box End|
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