I have left out
the micro combiner sets of the Constructicons and Sixwing here because
I've already posted those to the Blog. Most of these are obvious KOs
due to the fact there is no metal parts and the stickers suck (most
come off after less than 6 months). Also, the colors are not always
exact and the plastic is usually much more brittle than the original
toys. So here are a few that I have with explanations as to where I
Found at Big Lots. Found
at Walgreens before xmas was in area where if you bought 3 you could
get them for $14.99, was bought with the below Superion and Defensor
sets. You can probably find the same set of Superion every year at Wal
Mart during easter, I've seen it in the $10 baskets.
Abominus and Monstructor sets were purchased off of eBay. I was not
happy with the way Monstructor's package had been cut up just so the
sender could cut down on packing/handling costs...trust me there was
little left beyond the plastic bubble. Monstructor is an oversized toy,
thus the image with the included normal sized toy. Notice how Abominus'
Rippersnapper and Sinnertwin have their colors reversed? (I purchased a
Menasor set from the same seller, but since it came with two Technobots
instead of all the Stunticons I've left it out here.)
Next are two toys
that I bought at BotCon 2004. These are the Japanese toys Sixtrain and
Raiden. I don't mind good knockoffs of toys that we never got to see
here in the US. Of course, later Hasbro began to release the
micromaster combiners as Universe toys but that was some time after I
Not exactly a
Gesalt toy, this was also bought at BotCon 2004: Machattack.
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