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  2. Wanted a battery box for a Space Capsule

    Looking for a battery box
  3. Rare Robby Luchbox

    Buy your own sticker, add it to your vintage lunch box.
  4. Zeroids - ZEMO... who's got info for me?

    That table-full is part of the incredible, remarkable collection of 9Tobor9 (Xris) where every table in the house is a home for a robot or two. Whole gaggle of Zemo's there, what a gang. Likely that's every Zeroid made from '68 until the SS Kresge versions. Xris where are you, haven't heard from you in some time and we miss your posts!!!
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  6. Daleks & Monsters of Dr Who

    With the 10th Doctor come the Cybus Cybermen. One type of Cyberman originated in another universe, where they were created by John Lumic, the owner of Cybus Industries and the original Cyber Controller of this breed. His Cybermen believed that all people must be "upgraded" to Cyber-form, so that information would never be lost and that the humans' physical and emotional weaknesses would be abolished. Beyond this, it remains unknown what the cyber-race would do if they completed conversion of humanity. If there was such a goal, it perished with John Lumic. Most Cybermen escaped from their home dimension and into the Doctor's, beginning their goal anew, having been locked in the factories in their world.
  7. 100 mile mormon. NEW Robot Raven song !

    Hah! Is this about anybody in particular?
  8. The New "just in time for the season of giving" song 100 mile Mormon" is on you tube. By Robot Raven.
  9. Zeroids - ZEMO... who's got info for me?

    I had seen some Zeroids for sell on Ebay and i like these guys, the thing is, i saw lots of them non working, my question is, are these easy to open and fix? Zogg, Zerak, Zobor... don´t know how many are they, i took some research and i found this pic posted here on Alpha by someone who collects them. cheers
  10. Reproductions And New To Look For.

    This 1:6 scale Bib Fortuna mini bust is painstakingly designed, modeled and prototyped using top of the line 3D technology so that no detail is missed. Each collectible mini bust is hand-cast, hand-painted and hand-numbered with a limited edition certificate of authenticity. The Bib Fortuna mini bust will be limed to only 750 pieces and the cost around $120.00 This item will be web-direct only through GentleGiantLtd.com.
  11. Rare Robby Luchbox

    Much better Lunch Box and for less the $20.00!
  12. Reproductions And New To Look For.

    Godzilla Itazura Motion and Sound Coin Bank: The cost around $40.00 Celebrate Godzilla's 61st birthday with the new Godzilla Bank with motion, light-up and sound features! Godzilla is the first licensed character chosen for the collectible Itazura Bank (Mischief Bank) line manufactured by SHINE Co. SHINE chose to make a Godzilla piggy bank based on the character's popularity both inside and outside of Japan. The monster has renewed visibility due to the box office success of the 2014 American GODZILLA film, news that Toho will release a new Japanese Godzilla movie in 2016, and the development of a sequel of the American film for 2018. The Godzilla bank has a sea diorama design. When a coin is placed in the round wave atop the bank, Godzilla rises with an angry glow and pulls the coin inside with his left claw. The action is accompanied by Godzilla's famous roar and echoing footsteps, followed by the famous theme song (recorded from the master audio). There are 8 different randomly selected audio patterns. The Godzilla Bank features the monster's likeness as seen in Toho's Heisei Series films of the 1990s. The bank and packaging are adorned with new illustrations by Shinji Nishikawa, monster designer and storyboard artist for the Heisei Godzilla movies. *The bank accepts 500 yen coins which have a diameter of 26.5mm and are approximately the size of a quarter at 24.26mm. **Requires 2 AA-size batteries, not included.
  13. Rare Robby Luchbox

    how much this one will cost ?
  14. Sci-fi Pulp Covers

    I find it odd for the composition, too.
  15. Sci-fi Pulp Covers

    Andy in today's World I suppose it does seem odd but in the 50s and 60s it was just more of a time of innocence. Even the 70s when my kids were little things were so different. You could take pics of your kids playing football or even at.the swimming baths without any fear of being accused of inappropriate behaviour. I shudder to think that I used to let my kids two brothers at 4 and 5 years old play out in the street alone. A different World indeed. Sigh.
  16. Sci-fi Pulp Covers

    I still find it odd that the little girl is nude on the one cover.
  17. Rare Robby Luchbox

    No such thing as a free lunch, Robby.
  18. Rare Robby Luchbox

    Lol what a heck? poor Robby, he deserves a better lunch box hmmmm at least that lunch box should have some oil lubricant, batteries, some screws and wires? just in case...
  19. Rare Robby Luchbox

    Must be a joke.
  20. Rare Robby Luchbox

    Off the scale for rarity, this Robby Lunch Box. Thanks, Paul. Made my day.
  21. Toymania today

    Thank you astrogonza and steve ;-) Alain
  22. Atomic Robot Man Boxes

    WoW what a wonderful acquisition Dirk, congratulations. Very happy for you too. Alain
  23. Atomic Robot Man Boxes

    That is remarkable. So cool to have boxes that match the color differences on your robots Dirk. Congratulations.
  24. Toymania today

    Thank you for this!!!
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  26. Hi All, Found this at a local Fleamarket. Missiles similar to the plastic Space Tank Cannon made in the USA in the 1950's. Never seen it before and nice with the two sided header card. Things turn up every once in awhile. Zeitreisender
  27. Hmmm researching. I can feel the robot hooks heading yours and your son's way. See you after Christmas.
  28. Reproductions And New To Look For.

    Coming out Jan-2019 the cost around $1,200.00 Astronaut International Space Station 1/4 Scale Spacewalk Statue by Blitzway The Real Series NASA: That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind -Neil Armstrong Introducing Blitzway's new project series, "The Real". First to the series is the protagonist "1/4 scale Spaceman Statue - Astronaut"! The universe is an infinite mystery! Embark on a trip to space that anyone would have dreamed of! We are very proud to be able to present the footsteps of mankind toward the wondrous universe as a realistic statue. In this project, we tried to express realistic and sophisticated images of an actual NASA astronaut's appearance and robot arm shape as fully as possible. We vividly reproduced the extravehicular activities in zero gravity. In addition, we have been approved by NASA and the Canadian Space Agency for use in the artistic interpretation of space suits and robotic arms. Once again, we sincerely thank both organizations. The universe is near us. Try to feel it in front of you now! Features • [BW-SS20201] - ASTRONAUT (ISS EMU ver.) 1/4 Scale Statue • Highly Detailed likeness of EMU Space Suit • Precise and Highly Detailed Equipment • Exquisitely Tailored Outfit Highly Detailed likeness of the SSRMS Robotic Arm • Highly Detailed Diorama Base likeness of the Quest Joint Airlock in ISS • 4 LED Light-up functions on the Helmet • 2 freely movable Connecting Wires • Interchangeable 20 National Flags & 9 Mission Patches Production details might be subject to change without any prior notice. Prototype shown, final product may be slightly different Battery is not included. 2 of AAA Batteries required. This product has been approved by NASA
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