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Toylines
Toylines (alphabetical order)
Akumaizer 3 (1976)
Bankid (1976)
Baxinger (1982)
Beetras (1984)
Bibyun (1977)
Bryger (1982)
Captain Harlock (1979)
Condorman (1976)
Cyborg 009 (1980)
Daikengo (1979)
Dorvack (1984)
Gaislugger (1977)
Gattiger (1978)
Gokaizer (1981)
Goshun (1982)
Hiryu (1978)
Homerun (1970)
Hurricane Polimar (1975)
Ippatsuman (1982)
Itadakiman (1983)
Kokowa Wakusei Zerobanchi (1978)
Mach Go Go Go (Speed Racer) (1970)
Macross (1982)
Medaman (1976)
Megaloman (1979)
Orguss (1983)
Otasukeman (1981)
Sasuraiger (1983)
Time Bokan (1976)
UFO (1970)
Ultraman Leo (1980)
X-Bomber (1981)
Yatterman (1977)
Yatto Dettaman (1981)
Zendaman (1980)
Zubat (1977)
Toylines (chronological order)
1970 Homerun
1970 Mach Go Go Go (Speed Racer)
1970 UFO
1975 Hurricane Polimar
1976 Akumaizer 3
1976 Bankid
1976 Condorman
1976 Medaman
1976 Time Bokan
1977 Bibyun
1977 Gaislugger
1977 Yatterman
1977 Zubat
1978 Gattiger
1978 Hiryu
1978 Kokowa Wakusei Zerobanchi
1979 Captain Harlock
1979 Daikengo
1979 Megaloman
1980 Cyborg 009
1980 Ultraman Leo
1980 Zendaman
1981 Gokaizer
1981 Otasukeman
1981 X-Bomber
1981 Yatto Dettaman
1982 Baxinger
1982 Bryger
1982 Goshun
1982 Ippatsuman
1982 Macross
1983 Itadakiman
1983 Orguss
1983 Sasuraiger
1984 Beetras
1984 Dorvack
Company history
About Takatoku    
Takatoku got their start competing head-to-head with Popy for the diecast hero-character toy market. Takatoku used a variety of names to market their diecast toys, but the most widely encountered brand-name is "Z-Character" diecast. They also produced toys in a mind-numbing array of price ranges and sizes, all the way from cheapie "train-station toys" up to super-deluxe, tricked-out, mack-daddy DX offerings. Amusingly enough, while Takatoku used the name "mini-gokin" for some of their smaller pieces, they had a charming habit of mixing and matching scales and names without any sort of rhyme or reason.
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Takatoku 1983 Macross - Spartan MBR-07-MkII - soft Vinyl

Spartan MBR-07-MkII

Spartan
Name Spartan
Toy Line Macross
Number
Manufacturer Takatoku
Released 1983
Materials Soft vinyl
Scale
Category Macross / Robotech
Series Macross
Designer Kazutaka Miyatake
Orig. Price ¥1,000
Posted 9/10/2007
Takatoku 1983 Macross - Defender ADR-04-MkX

Defender ADR-04-MkX

Defender
Name Defender
Toy Line Macross
Number
Manufacturer Takatoku
Released 1983
Materials Soft vinyl
Scale
Category Macross / Robotech
Series Macross
Designer Kazutaka Miyatake
Orig. Price ¥1,000
Defender 
Defender 
Posted 9/2/2007
Takatoku 1983 Macross - Destroid Monster HWR-00-MkII
The Destroid Monster comes from the series Super Dimension Fortress Macross. It was the largest assault mecha created by the Earth forces. Meant as a mobile siege cannon, the Destroid monster is 22.5 meters or 75 feet tall. Compare that to the valkyrie’s 12.7 meters or 42 feet, and you can see that the Destroid Monster is one HUGE mecha – almost twice as tall as a Valkyrie!
Destroid Monster

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Posted 2/6/2007
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