The reason I say “THE” Curricula Machine is because going forward, ANYÂ ‘merican boys/girls that get into gokin WILL buy Super #1 Robot.
Well, boys and girls, my Curricular Machine is “THE” Curricular Machine featured in the mighty Super #1. The book that is.. Buy it here: http://www.timbrisko.com/super1/
Keep in mind, I did absolutely nothing other than host a photo studio in my garage and hang out with the bros for a week playing with the collection. CM and I are, at the least, honored..
So, what about the toy itself? Honestly, there is not much to say but FUNK. It’s so creepy looking it even freaks me out. I can’t imagine some little Japanese kid watching the show and not losing it. Mister Alt said it was like “Sesame Street directed by Terry Gilliam”, so watch out!
The toy itself is solid die cast with the exception of the stomach, arms, ears and antennae, which are plastic. ARK style plastic just so you know. Eyes move if you turn the ears. Odd #s on the right and evens on the left. Obviously created for a limited attention span. The legs can be pushed forward in a sitting position which reveals wheels on the back of the legs allowing the toy to roll. Maybe he’s Hachan’s Daddy? Who knows.
Either way, it’s an awsome, funky ass, die cast toy worth owning. Yahoo Japan this badboy.
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