Eagle Robo

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Eagle Robo
Machine Robo character
Eaglerobo-box.jpg
Machine Robo F-15 Eagle Robo toy in box
First appearance

Machine Robo: Revenge of Cronos episode 27, "The Magic Mountain Knight Maskrock" - August 1st, 1987
Created by

Bandai
Japanese name

イーグルロボ
Release number

MR-25, MRJ-7, MRG-03
Information
Aliases F-15 Eagle Robo
Species Machine Robo
Gender Male
Occupation Warrior
Abilities

Affiliation

Battle Base personnel, Jet Clan
Alternate mode

F-15 Eagle

Eagle Robo (also called F-15 Eagle Robo) is a fictional character from the Machine Robo series. He is a heroic member of the Jet Clan who turns into a fighter jet. He was introduced as a toy in 1983, but did not appear in fiction until 1987.

Machine Robo

Eagle Robo is a heroic Machine Robo of the Jet Clan who turns into a jet fighter. He lived in Yamilan City when he first came into conflict with the Gandora and joined the heroes lead by Rom Stol. He is the fasting flying mechanoid, and the best at air-to-air combat. Because of his mechanoid nature Eagle Robo does not need to breath oxygen and is resistant to cold, but is vulnerable to intense magnetic fields. His weapon is called the Ionoid Homing Sparrow rifle. He can also fire automatic weapons rounds from his jet mode.

He should not be confused with F-15 Eagle, a third-party Transformer by TFC Toys who also turns into an F-15 Eagle. Eagle Robo has the same alternate mode as one half of Jet Transer.

Reception

Animated series

Machine Robo: Revenge of Cronos

The volunteers from Yamilan City take off for their mission of mercy in Machine Robo: Revenge of Cronos episode 27, "The Magic Mountain Knight Maskrock"

Eagle Robo first appeared in episode 27 of Machine Robo: Revenge of Cronos, called "The Magic Mountain Knight Maskrock". In the episode Eagle Robo was part of a Yamilan City volunteer group lead by Rom Stol that went to retrieve the cure for Gandora rust poison gas which has effected Reina Stol and some school children. Eagle Robo gave Buggy Robo a lift when they flew off for their mission.[1]

Eagle Robo appeared in episode 30 "Spew Fire, Big Blaze Cannon" where he was among those who volunteered to help find Pro Truck Racer, Rod Drill, Tough Trailer and Reina after they were trapped behind enemy lines.[2]

In episode 33, "The Lost Ruin - Four Secrets!", Porsche Robo called for an ambulance when Eagle Robo was injured and crashed.[3]

Eagle Robo appeared in episode 36, "Cannon Fury - Save Amberman". Eagle Robo and his Jet Clan companions engaged the Devil Satan 6 members in aerial combat, but when Amberman summoned Rockgilen it attacked both groups.[4]

In episode 40, "Secret Valley of the Fossil Men", Eagle Robo participated in an attack on the Varigale-X lead by Falcon Robo. Eagle Robo took fire in the battle, but survived.[5]

Eagle Robo appeared in episode 41, "Power Riser - Break Through the Enemy", where he is part of the force lead by Rom Stol against the Gandora.[6]

Bike Robo, Eagle Robo and Bulldozer Robo take on the Gandora the last time in Machine Robo: Revenge of Cronos episode 44, "Cronos' Last Battle"

Bike Robo, Bulldozer Robo and Eagle Robo fought together in the final attack on the Gandora in episode 44, "Cronos' Last Battle". Amberman, Eagle Robo, Jeep Robo, Patrol Car Robo, Porsche Robo, Pro Truck Racer and Tough Trailer were among those who left planet Chronos in ships at the end of the series.[7]

Machine Robo: Battle Hackers

Eagle Robo appeared in Machine Robo: Battle Hackers episode 1, "Burning Electronic Planet".[8]

Eagle Robo appeared in episode 3, "Heavy Wind Mach Blaster".[9]

Eagle Robo appeared in episode 4, "The Strongest Warrior - R Jetan".[10]

Blackbird Robo and Eagle Robo appeared in episode 5, "Crystal Eavesdropping Strategy".[11]

Toys

  • Bandai Machine Robo MR-25 F-15 Eagle Robo (1983)
A new mold byBandai. Turns from robot to jet. This toy was released as the GoBot Leader-1 by Tonka.
  • Bandai Machine Robo Best 5 MR-25 F-15 Eagle Robo (1983)
A 5-pack that included in the pack were blue version of Harrier Robo, a yellow version of Jet Robo, a variant of Shuttle Robo, a black version of Giro Robo and a variant of F-15 Eagle Robo with blue upper legs.
  • Bandai Machine Robo: Revenge of Cronos MRJ-7 Eagle Robo (1986)
A release of the F-15 Eagle Robo with a shortened name for Machine Robo: Revenge of Cronos.
  • Action Toys Machine Robo Gokin MRG-03 Eagle Robo (2016)
A new mold by Action Toys. Turns from robot to jet. Comes with missiles/rifle, stand and instructions.

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