Fugly Challenge

Posted by Mike Parisi 
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Is that a leftover prop from Michael Bay's last Transformers movie?
Many years ago Tom Franck and I were digging through the LA wholesale toy district and came across this 1/1 scale Scorponok boot. The pic does not do it justice, it's flippin' dayglow. We both passed, but of course now I wish I would have picked it up.



I love these crazy BO Saint Seiya boots...


you just need to do a book Mike
Only if you do it with me pal ;)
And another:


Sanjeev (Admin)
Each more hideous than the last. I love it!
Original transformable bootleg Diakengo sculpt...really not bad at all.


Dig that GoLion gun....


The often forgotten Choco-Ranger.


those korean gokins, super primo stuff there man.

dig up anything for the ninja turtle KO with the horse?

i somehow had the foresight to pick up that rainbow scropy back in the day, 8 modes baby!





i got a neon dairugger in today and here is an older lot with a golion combined with transfomrers sixturbo, also a HUGE grimlock and darkwing/dreadwind





Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 05/03/2012 03:11AM by jason jupiter.
Damn. Hopefully Tom sees that. SWEET. I remember passing on it for 20 bucks.

*sigh*

Sorry I'm lagging Jason, hoping to get back to you ASAP.
Super envious of your giant Grimlock!

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Tonga -n- Drakar



Not really a bootleg, but plenty-o-fugly here:


Minimal Machinder


Mike Parisi Wrote:
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You're kidding, right? That one is freaking beautiful! How big is it?

EDIT: Any more info? Manufacturer?



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 05/08/2012 03:20PM by microbry.
Atlantic. Apparently very few survived because of the super low quaility plastic used.

i think these two boxes are the same toy








Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 05/08/2012 03:58PM by Mike Parisi.
Mike Parisi Wrote:
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> Atlantic. Apparently very few survived because of
> the super low quaility plastic used.
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> i think these two boxes are the same toy
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> [megomuseum.com]
> ntis_2.jpg
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> [megomuseum.com]
> ntis_1.jpg

Oh wow, I actually had been guessing that one. The missile launchers and plastics used really suggested "Italian, maybe Atlantic" to me. :D
I have nothing to show today. So....


I hear they're only releasing one cat at a time, by subscription.
Fortune telling robot in India.



^^

That looks about as reliable as that hoosie-buzzing "Time Machine" in Napolean Dynamite.
Goldzilla


This Gojira is cool!
Made by Fabergé I guess ;-)
...if only!

I am a bit suprized that this is the only gold zilla out there, other than that banpresto statue thing. It's a bat/op pump & go, & the eyes light up red. Really a cool toy for a bootleg.
Yep, Gojira looks really nice!

But also reminds me a bit of a fat sitting hen ;)
Yeah...here is the orginal. All the toys in this series (GZ, MGZ Gomora & Redking) look like sitting hens.





Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 05/15/2012 11:54AM by Mike Parisi.
There's a couple reasons why I like this one, it's big and the jet mode is really quite nice. The robot? F U G L Y.


If you don't like bootlegs we also have a very nice orginal painting for sale...


I used to have a set of these "ratbots"... maybe I still do, buried somewhere.







Epic video

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here's that neon dairugger i was talking about. 1:1 scale, super crazy desu!


Wack-ass-dairugger Jason.

Missed this thing, looks to be a vintage Grendy/Spacer boot:


The Giodi crew




You know what's coming.







I don't know what he's from, but he's amazing.
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