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Takatoku Toys - Post-demise
... After Takatoku's demise, their designs ended up in the hands of various other companies ... the Valkyrie toy, which they used to make the character Jetfire while toys from Takatoku's Dorvack line were also converted into Transformers ... Toys used many smaller Dorvack, Macross, Orguss, and a series of transforming animal robots that Takatoku never released and called them Convertors ...
VF-1 Valkyrie - Replicas - Toys - Takatoku Toys/Bandai
... In 1983, Takatoku Toys released a range of Macross toys ... Takatoku released the smaller 1/100 VF-1S Battroid Valkyrie later in the same year ... the Valkyrie toy from Matsushiro Toys (which had obtained them from a bankrupt Takatoku Toys months prior) and used them as the basis for a new range ...
Takatoku Toys - Kanzen Henkei
... When the real robot craze hit in the early 1980s Takatoku adapted by changing the style of their toys ... Working with Kawamori, Takatoku was able to design a transforming 1/55 scale toy of the Valkyrie which was dubbed kanzen henkei ("perfectly transforming") ... There was some hope with the movie version of Macross but Takatoku went under in early 1984 before it came out ...
Takatoku Toys
... Takatoku toys was a Japanese toy company active during the 1970s and early 1980s ... During the 1970s Takatoku made toys based on shows such as Ultraman Leo, Hurricane Polimar, and even Mach Go Go Go (years after the show had aired) ...