Toynami's ROBOTECH ALPHA Super Poseables (2003)
More rugged and chunky Veritech Fighters...
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Since 2001, Robotech has enjoyed an exciting collectible comeback in the capable hands of Toynami. The coolest series produced has been the Masterpiece Collection featuring fully transformable robots. A close contender in my collection, however, is Toynami's Super Poseable line, especially the ALPHA assortment. Standing a good 7 inches tall and loaded with 25 points of articulation, this series stood out from the previous waves of sleek Veritech Fighters with a more rugged and chunky robot look. Pictured is the card back for one of the first releases: a 2003 Comic-Con Exclusive Scott Bernard VFA-6H with a nice metallic blue finish.
Re: Toynami's ROBOTECH ALPHA Super Poseables
Including the clear and metallic variants I have so many of these it's not even funny. Well, maybe it's a little funny! :D