TOP Collection Mazinger Z Figure

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TOP Collection Mazinger Z Figure Description:

Giant robot action can be yours! Based on one of the best known classic Japanese robots, this plastic figure is detailed to resemble the designs from the classic series Mazinger Z. Measuring 6 1/2-inches tall, this fully painted figure comes to you in a Japanese window box.

Mazinger Z originates from the manga of the same name by legendary artist Go Nagai. First published in Japan in 1972, the robot's adventures turned into a long-running anime television series. The series lasted for 92 episodes, making it the longest running anime mecha series in the genre. "Mazinger Z" is a gigantic Super Robot, constructed with a fictitious metal called Chogokin Z.

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