INVINCIBLE GUARDIANS OF WORLD FREEDOM!
Yes, Invincible Guardians of World Freedom, not a small task, but
these toys lived up to the name. They came out in the late 70's to
early 80's. They were based on the most popular and famous Super
Robots in Japan from the 60's to 70's. They also had their own Marvel Comic.
My first experience with shoguns was when I got a Great Mazinga
24" as a child. I remember that my friend Bill had Raydeen and
John had Gaiking. We would play all day with them, and in the process
lose our missiles, swords, and accessories. I later got the big
Godzilla (whose flame handle quickly broke) and then some diecast
5" guys. They are all gone now, buried in my back yard,
forgotten under the porch or thrown out with the trash. But now I
have grown up and I am on a quest to rebuild my collection. I love
collecting these toys and find a rekindled memory with each piece I get.
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Shoguns are broken up into the following groups:
[5" FIGURES] [TWO
IN ONE FIGURES] [3"
[ACTION VEHICLES] [U-COMBINE
[24" FIGURES] [RANDOM