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Toys: Composite Ver Ka Cybuster Announced

Posted on : 03-05-2011 | By : | In : Toys/Kits

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The next in the Composite Ver Ka toy line will be the wonderful Cybuster from Super Robot Wars. Unlike the other Ver Ka figures, this one lacks the overt decals and seems to keep more traditional proportions. Whether the Super Robot Chogokin toy of the Cybuster will still surface after this remains to be seen however. The Ver Ka Cybuster is planned for a Jully release at 5,800 yen and You can preorder the toy here.


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wow, cybuster is so cool! 😀

I love Katoki’s design work. Even when he just remakes someone else’s original design, you can still see his skills shining through. Also love the fact that there aren’t decals on this, because, quite frankly, that would make no sense at all, with the Cybuster being a mystical machine in origin, and wizards or gods or whoever built/made it probably wouldn’t feel the need for warning signs near the moving parts.

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