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  • ===Toys=== *'''''Armada'' Mini-Con Street Action Team''' (2002)
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  • ===Toys=== *'''''Armada'' Mini-Con Knock Out''' (2002)
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  • ...Transformers]] series. The original Dirt Boss was a Mini-Con introduced in 2002. The Dirt Boss was a Decepticon ally from the planet Velocitron who turns i The Mini-Con Race Team was released in 2002 with a yellow color, while the Road Assault team was released in 2003 with
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  • ...rayal" | title = Transformers: The Wreckers| volume = 1| issue = 2| date = 2002| publisher = 3H Enterprises | location = | page = | panel = | id =}}</REF> ===Toys===
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  • ...first Skyblast is a Mini-Con who turns into a rocket who was introduced in 2002 as part of the ''Transformers: Armada'' line. ===Toys===
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  • ...rayal" | title = Transformers: The Wreckers| volume = 1| issue = 2| date = 2002| publisher = 3H Enterprises | location = | page = | panel = | id =}}</REF> ===Toys===
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  • === Toys === {{seealso|Hydrant (TFC Toys)}}
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  • ...rayal" | title = Transformers: The Wreckers| volume = 1| issue = 2| date = 2002| publisher = 3H Enterprises | location = | page = | panel = | id =}}</REF> ===Toys===
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  • ...[[third-party Transformer]] toy called [[Exgraver]] was released by [[TFC Toys]] which was an homage to Scavenger. ===Toys===
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  • ...|isbn=978-1590560358 |title=Boys Will Be Boys|publisher=Lantern Books|year=2002|last=Miedzian|first=Myriam|page=276}}</ref> It is also said he directly enc ===Toys===
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  • ...rayal" | title = Transformers: The Wreckers| volume = 1| issue = 2| date = 2002| publisher = 3H Enterprises | location = | page = | panel = | id =}}</REF> ===Toys===
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  • ...|isbn=978-1590560358 |title=Boys Will Be Boys|publisher=Lantern Books|year=2002|last=Miedzian|first=Myriam|page=276}}</ref> ===Toys===
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  • ...rayal" | title = Transformers: The Wreckers| volume = 1| issue = 2| date = 2002| publisher = 3H Enterprises | location = | page = | panel = | id =}}</REF> === Toys ===
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  • | first = November 10, 2002 ...nsformersCon, is a [[Transformers]] [[fan convention]] held annually since 2002 in the [[Greater Toronto Area]]. The convention was created to give [[Cana
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  • ...rayal" | title = Transformers: The Wreckers| volume = 1| issue = 2| date = 2002| publisher = 3H Enterprises | location = | page = | panel = | id =}}</REF> ===Toys===
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  • ...series. The first was a Mini-Con from the ''Armada'' stories introduced in 2002. ===Toys===
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  • ...|isbn=978-1590560358 |title=Boys Will Be Boys|publisher=Lantern Books|year=2002|last=Miedzian|first=Myriam|page=276}}</ref> ===Toys===
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  • ===Toys=== ...in 1984 by Hasbro as one of the first assortment of American Transformers toys.
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  • ===Toys=== *'''''Armada'' Street Speed Mini-Con Team''' (2002)
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  • ===Toys=== *'''''Armada'' Street Speed Mini-Con Team''' (2002)
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  • |first =''Transformers: Armada'' episode #15, December 20th 2002 ===Toys===
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  • ...party Transformer accessory created by FansProject. He is an homage to the 2002 Transformers Decepticon Scourge toy. In September 2009 [[TFC Toys]] promoted their [[Shadow Rollar]] with LED rifle by releasing pictures of
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  • When Megatron liberated himself from Lazarus's control in 2002, the other Decepticons were soon freed, and Starscream and the other Decept ===Toys===
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  • ...rayal" | title = Transformers: The Wreckers| volume = 1| issue = 2| date = 2002| publisher = 3H Enterprises | location = | page = | panel = | id =}}</REF> === Toys ===
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  • ===Toys=== *'''''Armada'' Payload''' (2002)
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  • ...http://www.tfu.info/2002/Mini-Con/Incinerator/incinerator.htm Incinerator (2002) - Mini-Con - www.tfu.info<!-- Bot generated title -->]</ref> ===Toys===
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  • ...er]]s from the ''[[Transformers]]'' series. Due to trademark issues, newer toys of the character are named '''Trailcutter'''. He has been called ''Trailbla ...s homages to classic Generation One [[Autobots]] cars. Because those eight toys both resembled and carried the names of their Generation One counterparts,
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  • ===Toys=== *Several [https://www.shapeways.com/marketplace/games/toys/?tag=Swindle parts for Swindle] are available on [[Shapeways]].
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  • ===Toys=== * '''''Armada'' Starscream''' (2002)
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  • ...ite news| title=Return of the Transformers| newspaper=The Malay Mail| date=2002-07-17| first=Rizal| last=Solomon}}</ref> ===Toys===
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  • In 2002, 3H secured the official Transformers convention license as well as license ===Toys===
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  • ...ong the Transformers box art on the back of larger third year Transformers toys. He is flying in robot mode without his armor. For a many years this was hi ===Toys===
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  • ...r the animated series and the first mini-comic that came packaged with the toys, suggest this. Nonetheless, Optimus Prime and Megatron were a major reason ...)|Sheldon Comics]] includes several comics either containing Optimus Prime toys or referencing the Optimus Prime.<ref>{{cite web| url=http://www.sheldoncom
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  • | url = http://www.publicaffairs.ubc.ca/media/releases/2002/mr-02-114.html | date = 2002-12-11
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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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  • ===Toys=== * '''''Robots in Disguise'' Ultra Galvatron''' (2002)
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  • ===Toys=== {{seealso|Buzzing (Unique Toys)}}
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  • ...f>[http://www.tfu.info/2002/Mini-Con/Astroscope/astroscope.htm Astroscope (2002) - Mini-Con - www.tfu.info<!-- Bot generated title -->]</ref> ===Toys===
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  • ===Toys=== [[Category:Fictional characters introduced in 2002]]
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  • Prime and Magnus's toys were released once more in 2005's ''[[Transformers: Cybertron]]'' - exclusi === Toys ===
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  • ===Toys=== ...gan and established its fiction, this idea was dropped, and all subsequent toys had profiles written in-line with the show. Another dropped idea was an ima
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  • In 2002, Jazz returned along with his fellow Autobots when [[Dreamwave Productions] ===Toys===
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  • ...and lost in the ocean. Wheeljack was among those reactivated by Optimus in 2002 and was part of a small task force led by Jazz assigned to stop the spread Wheeljack is mentioned by the name "Jack" in the biography for the TFC Toys [[Gear of War]] set as the developer of the weapons in the set.
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  • ...ollowing year exclusive to BotCon 2002, as his story continued through the 2002 and 2003 comics. ===Toys===
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  • ===Toys=== :One of the four original [[McDonald's]] [[Happy Meal]] ''Transformers'' toys from 1985, this toy was just a solid statue of the character in robot mode.
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  • ...ch takes place during the ''Beast Wars'' animated series, but features the toys and characters who did not appear in the show itself. The ''Beast Wars'' in ...ively through the British Transformers convention, Transforce, in 2001 and 2002. In the story, Grimlock is killed while trying to distract the Leige Maximo
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  • ...opriated by the terrorist, Lazarus. He was reactivated by Optimus Prime in 2002 and participated in the ensuing battles against the Decepticons that culmin ===Toys===
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  • ===Toys=== :A [[Toys "R" Us]] exclusive reissue of the ''Generation 1'' figure.
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  • ===Toys=== ...-1 | pages=112, 116}}</ref> One of the earliest Transformers toys.<ref>Boy Toys, Lancaster New Era Lancaster, PA; August 10, 2007; by Laura Knowles</ref>
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  • ===Toys=== ...ttp://www.cobraislandtoys.com/tf/2001/hotshot-spychanger.html Cobra Island Toys - Transformer Archive<!-- Bot generated title -->]</ref>
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  • ===Toys=== ...no transforms into a fictional six-wheeled variant of the Pierce Contender 2002-2007 series of firetrucks. The toy also has the tampographed number "401" o
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  • ===Toys=== ...ar had scenery reflected in his windshield.<ref>[http://www.seibertron.com/toys/gallery.php?id=68&amp;size=0&amp;start=0 Seibertron.com - Rollbar]</ref> Th
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  • == Matrix toys == * '''''Transformers: Armada'' Optimus Prime''' (2002): The Leader-class Optimus Prime figure from this toyline featured a non-re
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  • ===Toys=== * '''''Hasbro Transformers: Universe'' Mini-Vehicle Glyph''' (2002)
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  • ...purple and grey color scheme, with no individual names for the individual toys and lacking the additional pieces that allowed their original releases to c ===Toys===
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  • ===Toys=== * '''''Armada'' Air Defense Team''' (2002)
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  • ...and, and boil the sea, you can't take the sky from me...''" - Joss Whedon, 2002 ...o Skywarp include iGear's [[Destroyer (iGear)|Destroyer]] and [[Impossible Toys]] [[Prankstor]].
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  • ===Toys=== :This toy was reissued in Japan in 2002 and in the U.S. in 2003.
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  • ====2016 BMOG Toys==== Ironhide appeared in several BMOG Toys comics. Offroad was embarrassed his energon hatchet was identical to that u
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  • ...creation of ''Super-God Masterforce,'' which took the American Powermaster toys and created an entirely new concept and story for them in its animated seri === Toys ===
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  • ...hey had hoped to release Biotron. This toy was never released by Palisades Toys. ====2002 Image Comics====
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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 ====2002 Image Comics====
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  • ...completely different robot forms to their toys and bear resemblance to the toys' Pretender Shells. His face and helmet bear some similarity to the original ===Toys===
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  • ...ite book |title= G.I. Joe: Battle Files #1|last= Wherle|first= Scott|year= 2002|publisher= Devil's Due Publishing|isbn= |page=8}}</ref> ...out a great deal.<ref>''G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero'' vol. 2 #1-4 (2001-2002)</ref>
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  • ...- live-action film (1987)<br>[[Campbell Lane]] (1990)<br>[[Brian Dobson]] (2002 - 2004) ...k= San Francisco Chronicle |date=2002-08-11|url=http://articles.sfgate.com/2002-08-11/entertainment/17555624_1_anime-kiki-s-delivery-service-rings/2|access
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  • | portrayer = [[George DiCenzo]] - 1985<br />&amp; Colin Murdock - 2002 ...k= San Francisco Chronicle |date=2002-08-11|url=http://articles.sfgate.com/2002-08-11/entertainment/17555624_1_anime-kiki-s-delivery-service-rings/3|access
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  • ===Toys=== *'''Robots in Disguise Deluxe Storm Jet''' (2002)
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  • ...cond character named Rook is the name of an Autobot reporter introduced in 2002. He is renown for his neutrality in reporting and has covered the Great War ===Toys===
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  • ===Toys=== *'''''Armada'' Mini-Con Street Action Team''' (2002)
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  • However, in 2002, Spike - now married to Carly and fathering Daniel - found that this was no ===Toys===
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  • ===Toys=== :Demolishor had two different toys in ''Energon''. The first was a straight repaint of his original ''Armada''
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  • ====Toys==== *'''''Armada'' Cyclonus with [[Crumplezone]]''' (2002)
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  • ...s: The Movie|last=Rabin|first=Nathan|work=[[The A.V. Club]]|date=March 29, 2002|accessdate=2015-05-02}}</ref> [[Category:Films based on toys]]
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  • ===Toys=== * '''''Hasbro Transformers: Armada'' Mini-Con Land Military Team''' (2002)
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  • ===Toys=== *'''''Armada'' Optimus Prime with Sparkplug''' (2002)
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  • ===Toys=== *'''''Reissue'' Sixliner''' (2002)
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  • ===Toys=== *'''''Reissue'' Sixturbo''' (2002)
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  • *'''Mirage GT, Nightcruz, and Scavenger''' (2002) :A three pack of repaints of ''[[Beast Machines]]'' toys: Nightcruz was the only one to receive a completely different name from the
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  • ===Toys=== :<ref>http://www.bwtf.com/tfg1/toys/reviews/micromasters/antiaircraft/</ref>
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  • Recolors of these toys were released in the "Rock Lords" toy line in the U.S. and Europe. These characters had highly articulated and detailed pull-back toys that are exclusive to Japan. They were not used in the Gobots series.
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  • === Toys === :Reissued as Rodimus Major as part of Hasbro's Commemorative Series I line in 2002.<ref>Reconfigurable toy drives enthusiasts to stores, Transport Topics; Oct
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  • ====Toys==== *'''Reissue Spark''' (2002)
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  • ===Toys=== *'''''Hasbro Transformers: Robots in Disguise'' Sideways vs. Axer''' (2002)
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  • ...universes|''Transformers'' universes]]. Because of trademark restrictions, toys of the character are sometimes marketed as '''SideSwipe'''. ...rt on how some people considered Transformers like Sideswipe and other war toys too violent for children.<ref>http://www.cbc.ca/archives/entry/transformers
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  • ...s a fan-made mesh and skin for Arcturus Rann for the 2002 [[Freedom Force (2002 video game)|Freedom Force]] video game.<REF>http://www.tommyboymeshes.freed ===Toys===
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  • ...ormers-speed-stars-460/bluestreak-5018/|title=Bluestreak|work=Transformers Toys - TFW2005}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.bigbadtoystore.com/bbts/pro ...ssan 280ZX|Nissan Fairlady Z (Datsun 280ZX)]],<ref>Schroeder's collectible toys antique to modern price guide by Bob Huxford, Sharon Huxford, 1995</ref> Cy
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  • In 2002, another Joe named Greg Scott was given the code-name Lifeline. Other than ....I. Joe)|Greenshirts]]'.<ref>"G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero" Vol 2. #1-2 (2002)</ref>
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  • ...ite book |title= G.I. Joe: Battle Files #1|last= Wherle|first= Scott|year= 2002|publisher= Devil's Due Publishing|isbn= |page=11}}</ref> ==Toys==
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  • ===Toys=== ...dy robot toy used for Prowl and Bluestreak.<ref>[http://www.seibertron.com/toys/gallery.php?id=450&amp;size=0&amp;start=0 Seibertron.com]</ref>
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  • ===Toys=== *'''''Reissues'' Crosscut''' (2002)
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  • ===Toys=== *'''''G1 Reissue'' Road Rage''' (2002)
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  • ===Toys=== ...or Generation 2 [[Highbeam (Transformers)|Highbeam]]. Like all Spy Changer toys, Crosswise is 1/64 scale.
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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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  • ...on was released by Mego in 1977. He was also release by Airfix and Pin Pin Toys. Palisades released a boxed set of Force Commander with Oberon in 2002.
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  • ...o be green humanoid with long head and tail with red wings. Although Repto toys have been produced in other colors, they have only appeared in the original ...with some behind-the-scenes photos, which showed several Palisades Reptro toys in their collection.<REF>http://news.tfw2005.com/2016/01/29/final-script-tr
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  • ...k, purple, clear and clear green. This toy was never released by Palisades Toys. ====2002 Image Comics====
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  • In 2003 Palisades Toys released a Galactic Defender Toy in four new color variants. This toy had a ...yl 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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  • ...by Mego in several colors in 1976. He was also released by Gig and Pin Pin Toys. According to Bryan Wilkinson on Facebook, one concept considered by Palisades Toys for Space Gliders was including stickers which would denote if he was the c
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  • ====2002 Image Comics==== ...General Maruunus Ki, appeared working as a general for Baron Karza in the 2002 Image Comics reboot of the ''Micronauts''.
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  • One concept considered by Palisades Toys was an 3 3/4 inch tall Force Commander which had additional magnetic armor ===Toys===
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  • In 2002 Palisades released Acroyear in several color variants. This version of the ...r an Acroyear 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 2002 Palisades released a set of Emperor and Megas. ===Toys===
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  • ...by Mego in 1976. Time Traveler was also released by Airfix, Gig and Grand Toys. In 2002 Palisades released a Time Traveler figure in 4 different retail variants an
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  • | name = Palisades Entertainment, LLC<br />(Palisades Toys) | industry = Toys/Collectibles
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  • ...released by Mego in 1977. He was also released by Airfix, Gig and Pin Pin Toys. In 2002 Palisades released Baron Karza and Andromeda.
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  • Megas was one of the final toys in the ''Micronauts'' toy line. He was released in 1980 by Mego's partners In 2002 Palisades released Emperor with Megas as a set in 3 different color variant
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  • ...leased the Solarion is 1979. It was also released by Airfix, Gig and Grand Toys. ====2002 Image Comics====
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  • There is a fan-made mesh and skin for Bug in the 2002 [[Freedom Force (2002 video game)|Freedom Force]] video game.<REF>http://www.tommyboymeshes.freed ===Toys===
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  • '''Knave''' is a [[fictional character]] from [[Image Comics]] introduced in 2002. ====2002 Image Comics====
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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'' SAS Robotman''' (2002)
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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 ...es]]. As this was a new venture for the company, and given that electronic toys were still very new, a decision was made to produce the figure as cheaply a
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  • |1stishyr3 = 2002 ...omics]] in 1979, with both original characters and characters based on the toys. Marvel published two ''Micronauts'' series, mostly written by [[Bill Mant
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