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December 14, 2010
NEKO SANTABOT HENSHIN!!
Hey kids. Did someone say XMAS? Yup. It’s that time of year again and leave it to INCUBOT to make it a bit more festive with some super robot FUNK. Our feline hero NEKOSAUR has decided to “Santa” it up, and get into the spirit of the holiday season. Get yours NOW here:
I mean, c’mon guys… Who doesn’t need 2GB of space in their life? BID IT NOW!!
September 3, 2010
Am I making myself clear?
BAD ASS NEKO’s with Hillsy’s Masudaya Ultra Taro and Inazuman sparkers that he picked up in SF Japantown this afternoon.
June 3, 2010
The lost Morphey files
This is what happens when you have about 8,000 photos on your desktop and you forget there was a whole Morphey “roll” left hidden in a folder.
Looking through these makes me want it to happen all over again. One of the finest couple days with my toy brothers ever.
Photos shown in the order they were taken.
( All photos are property of TBDX)
November 17, 2009
Post Morphy’s Omocha party!
Hedorah’s and Marusan originals beating down on a Nekosaur vinyl. USB Neko’s abound… More to come soon.
November 1, 2009
September 12, 2009
I’m not much into SOCs, much less another Mazinger (ok, technically it’s Energer-Z), but this one jumped out at me. I primarily bought it for the colors…they really make this toy “pop”. It doesn’t hurt that it’s got alot of diecast in it, and a ton of articulation (it appears to be on par with the GX-45). It’s got the standard magnetic arms and rocket punch, and comes with tiny Koji on bike. A very worthwhile addition.
June 13, 2009
I decided to pick these up on a whim, with a recent HLJ order. I didn’t know what to expect, but was pleasantly surprised by these little gems. They are mini reproductions (about 3-4in high) by Banpresto, of battery powered model kits originally done by Marusan back in the day. The most amazing part is that the original box art was reproduced, as well. Each box comes with a “painted” version and an “unpainted” version, unassembled, with repro battery pack. There appear to be little secret figures, like the clear Neronga, thrown in. $20 well spent.
June 10, 2009
Welcome to the U.C., baby…
Ok, not really. It doesn’t move or anything. Still, very impressive looking. This life size Gundam is being assembled in Odaiba for the 30th Anniversary of Gundam, and apparently to garner support for the Olympics in Tokyo in 2016.
(photos from this site http://punynari.wordpress.com/2009/06/09/assembled-rx78-gundam-part-2/ – good photos of the Gundam, but beware of TEH MOE1111)