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    Trendmasters' THE IRON GIANT (1999)

    "Build-and-Battle" version of the loveable robot...















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    I wasn't as blown away by this animated movie as some people, but I did find it a heart-warming tale. I also loved the retro-robot look of the title character - the Iron Giant. Thanks to Trendmasters, there was no shortage of Iron Giant toys, including this cool "Build-and-Battle" action figure with magnetic, pop-off limbs. Kinda tragic when I think about it now - I mean just read that back description! Poor Iron Giant.

    TRENDMASTERS THE IRON GIANT
    1999
    8" x 12.5"






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