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MEDAROT DS DOG00-M CYANDOG PLASTIC MODEL KIT

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SKU
KP291
$39.99

Details:

  • The Cyandog plastic model kit consists of 160 piece s formed of pre-colored plastic featuring Cyandog's blue coloring with yellow lightning- bolt highlights.
  • Cyandog stands nearly 6 inches tall (15cm) fully assembled, and features multiple points of articulation as well as interchangeable parts to allow for a variety of posing options.

 

 

A Kotobukiya Japanese import! Medabots (or Medarot in Japan) is known around the world for its video games, anime series, and manga. In the main storyline the young Ikki wants nothing more than to compete in the World Robattle Tournament, and with luck and hard work comes to possess the main robot of the series. The new line of model kits based on the Medabots continues with one of the CMYK color model robots, DOG00-M Cyandog! A fast long-range robot though not particularly powerful, it has a humanoid shape with an armored “skirt,” rifles mounted in its heavy forearms, and a very distinctive head with large forehead plate. Cyandog of course gets its name from its color, and the model kit consists of 160 pre-colored pieces in several shades of blue with yellow lightning bolt highlights, and its snap-fit assembly requires absolutely no glue! Standing nearly 6 inches tall (1/6 scale) with multiple points of articulation and lots of interchangeable parts, Cyandog is the perfect companion to the previously released Metabee, Rokusho, and Sanjuro. Build, pose, and display your own battle robot!

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SKUKP291
SeriesMedabots
UPC603259041390
Release DateFebruary 2014