It was lost in the Gorengers' destruction of the Black Cross Castle, but a new Varidorin is seen later in J. PA-74 Varidorin Toy (complete box with all accessories, some wear and aging on both box and toy) - very rare collectible Popy Bandai toy manufactured circa 1977. The company was owned by Bandai. It was founded in 1971 and merged back into the parent company in 1983.
The company is best known for its groundbreaking Chogokin robot figures. Popy was formed by Bandai in July 1971 to distribute products intended for candy shops and other retail outlets outside of the usual toy stores. Before long, the company began to license characters and vehicles from popular live-action (Tokusatsu), Anime and Manga series.
Its first major success in this vein was a child-sized version of the "Henshin Belt" worn by the hero of the Kamen Rider television series. It would eventually go on to sell some 3.8 million units. In the wake of the success of the "Henshin Belt, " Popy introduced a palm-sized, diecast metal version of the bike ridden by the show's title character.It proved a major success as well and paved the way for a massive wave of vinyl and diecast metal renditions of characters from the Japanese kids' shows that dominated the Japanese toy market for more than a decade. Other notable successes included the Jumbo Machinder series and the Chogokin series of diecast metal robot toys, most notably that of Super Robot characters such as Mazinger Z. This item is in the category "Toys & Hobbies\Action Figures & Accessories\Action Figures".
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