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  • ...replace "page=Mego Sonny & Cher Toys" with "page=Mego Sonny & Cher Toys (2nd nomination)" below before proceeding with the nomination. -->{{Article for deletion/dated|page=Mego Sonny & Cher Toys|timestamp=20110726230550|year=2011|month=July|day=26|substed=yes|help=off}}
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  • ===Toys=== :Originally part of the Diaclone toy line. The three Omnibot toys were offered exclusively as mail order items by Hasbro in the US, obtained
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  • ...ome remolding and recoloring. It also included some remolded and recolored toys from ''[[Gowapper 5 Godam]]'', ''[[Machine Saurer]]'', ''[[Steel Jeeg]]'' a Micronauts toys were mostly 1:18 scale space figures and vehicles which features 5mm pegs a
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  • ...st of modern mecha / transforming toys, collected based on original Pre-G1 toys, mostly [[Micro Change]] & [[Diaclone]]. | [http://www.autorobot.it/toys/index.php?f=PreTransformers/PreTransformers%20-%20Micro%20Change%20Microman
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  • ...icro Change|Microchange]]'') from which the earliest 1984 ''Transformers'' toys came. There are other non-Takara toyline that Hasbro brings over to Transfo ...o Countach" from the ''[[Microman]]'' "Micro Command" sub-line released in 1978, which transformed into a half-robot, half-car hybrid.
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  • ...hey had hoped to release Biotron. This toy was never released by Palisades Toys. ===Toys===
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  • ...t Toy Fair New York City 2005, but because of legal issues with Takara the toys were delayed and never released.<REF>http://www.innerspaceonline.com/jm.htm ===Toys===
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  • ...r the ''Dungeons &amp; Dragons'' [[Dungeons &amp; Dragons related products#Toys|toy line]] in the 1980s. Warduke originally appeared as a D&amp;D action fi ...agon (magazine)|Dragon Magazine]]'' #17, published by [[TSR, Inc.|TSR]] in 1978.
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  • ...emesis (Micronauts)]], a fictional robot from the [[Micronauts]] series in 1978. * [[Nemesis Motion Base]], a third-party Transformer toy from [[BTS Toys]] in 2009.
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  • ...overall experience)...."</ref> The Bly award has been given annually since 1978 and past recipients include investigative journalists such as [[Mina Kimes] ...'''Holiday Party''' is an annual charitable event. Guests bring unwrapped toys which are collected by members of the New York City Fire Department ([[FDNY
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  • === Toys === :A new mold released alongside the new character toys introduced in ''The Transformers: The Movie''. Transforms from futuristic t
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  • ...] company in the United States founded in the 1940s. It was best known for toys marketed and sold in the late 1950s and early 1960s, like the 'Johnny Reb C ...from simple 'walkie-talkies' to a variety of sophisticated remote control toys. The name Remco comes from the two words "'''Rem'''ote '''Co'''ntrol". Orig
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  • ...7‎ Tcc 613 (talk | contribs)‎ . . (9,280 bytes) (+255)‎ . . (→‎Toys) (undo) ...ust 2016‎ 100.35.208.241 (talk)‎ . . (9,015 bytes) (-4)‎ . . (→‎Toys) (undo)
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  • | launched = 1978 ...er'' is a fictional vehicle in the ''[[Micronauts]]'' series introduced in 1978.
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  • ...ron was released in 1976 by Mego. He was also released by Airfix and Grand Toys. ...r a Microtron figure was made, but because of legal issues with Takara the toys were delayed and never released.<REF>http://www.innerspaceonline.com/jm5.ht
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  • In 2003 Palisades Toys released a Pharoid toy. This toy had accessories added. Derryl DePriest said at SDCC 2016 that the ''Micronauts'' Classic Collection toys were created using a combination of the 1970's molds recovered by Takara an
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  • ...a [[fictional character]] from the ''[[Micronauts]]'' series introduced in 1978. Mego released the Galactic Defender toy in 1978 in three color variants. It was based on the mold use for a Takara the ''Mi
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  • ...ser toy was designed by [[Iwakichi Ogawa]] and was filed for US patent in 1978.<REF>https://patents.google.com/patent/US4214402A</REF> ...hoped to release Battle Cruiser. This toy was never released by Palisades Toys.
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  • A 1978 promotional photo of a Force Commander prototype by Airfix depicts him as a One concept considered by Palisades Toys was an 3 3/4 inch tall Force Commander which had additional magnetic armor
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  • ...ictional planet in the ''[[Micronauts]]'' series introduced in as a toy in 1978. Phobos became a Marvel Comics character in 1979. Phobos was released by Mego in 1978. He was also released by Airfix and Gig.
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  • ...s a [[fictional character]] in the ''[[Micronauts]]'' series introduced in 1978. Nemesis was released in 1978 by Mego. It was also released by Pin Pin Toys in France.
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  • ===Toys=== *'''''Grand Toys Micronauts'' Galactic Cruiser'''
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  • ===Toys=== *'''''Airfix Micronauts'' Photon Sled''' (1978)
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  • ===Toys=== *'''''Airfix Micronauts'' Hydro Copter''' (1978)
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  • ...n was released by Mego in 1976. It was also released by Airfix and Pin Pin Toys. ===Toys===
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  • ...by Mego in 1976. Time Traveler was also released by Airfix, Gig and Grand Toys. ===Toys===
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  • ...a [[fictional character]] from the ''[[Micronauts]]'' series introduced in 1978. Betatron was released by Mego in 1978. He was also released by Airfix.
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  • ...the Hydra in 1976. It was also released by Airfix, Grand Toys and Pin Pin Toys. ===Toys===
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  • ===Toys=== *'''''Airfix Micronauts'' Crater Cruncher''' (1978)
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  • ===Toys=== *'''''Airfix Micronauts'' Ultronic Scooter''' (1978)
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  • ===Toys=== *'''''Airfix Micronauts'' Neon Orbiter''' (1978)
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  • ...sed the Thorium Orbiter in 1976. It was also released by Airlift and Grand Toys. ===Toys===
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  • ...o [[Bryan Wilkinson]] on [[Facebook]], one concept considered by Palisades Toys for Space Gliders was including stickers which would denote if he was the c ===Toys===
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  • ...n was released by Mego in 1976. It was also released by Airfix and Pin Pin Toys. ===Toys===
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  • ...mb Leader''' is fictional vehicle in the [[Microman]] series introduced in 1978. The Climb Leader is a motorized Microman vehicle made in 1978.
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  • ...year toy was designed by [[Iwakichi Ogawa]] and was filed for US patent in 1978.<REF>https://patents.google.com/patent/US4206564A</REF> ...ear was released by Mego in 1977. Is was also released by Airfix and Grand Toys.
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  • ...a [[fictional character]] from the ''[[Micronauts]]'' series introduced in 1978. Gammatron was released by Mego in 1978. He was also released by Airfix and Gig.
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  • * [[Mego Corporation]] <small>(1978-1981)</small> |from = 1978
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  • .... . (→‎List of 2-XL tapes manufactured by Mego Corporation between 1978 and 1981) (undo) .... . (→‎List of 2-XL tapes manufactured by Mego Corporation between 1978 and 1981) (undo)
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  • ...a [[fictional character]] from the ''[[Micronauts]]'' series introduced in 1978. Alphatron was released by Mego in 1978. He was also released by Airfix and Gig.
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  • ...me="skooldays_20130702">{{cite web|url=http://www.skooldays.com/categories/toys/ty1139.htm| title=Skooldays: Retro - Micronauts|website=Skooldays|date=2 Ju ...toyline were licensed by [[Hasbro]], along with other similar transforming toys from Takara's [[Diaclone]] toyline, in the 1980s to be a part of Hasbro's '
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  • ===Toys=== *'''''Takara Microman'' Robotman 2''' (1978)
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  • ...ref>Jonathan Alexandratos, ''Articulating the Action Figure: Essays on the Toys and Their Messages'', McFarland, 2017, p. 25.</ref>{{refn|group=note|The na ...3-last = McCoy| inventor3-first = Bryan L.| publication-date = December 7, 1978| issue-date = May 12, 1981| title = Multi-mode doll| country-code = US| pat
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  • ...Station''' is a fictional base in the [[Micronauts]] series introduced in 1978. ===Toys===
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  • ...quarters''' is a fictional base in the [[Micronauts]] series introduced in 1978. The Interplanetary Headquarters was released by Mego in 1978.
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  • ...d Center''' is a fictional base in the [[Micronauts]] series introduced in 1978. ===Toys===
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