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  • What's new in my robots pages?

    Wednesday, apr. 6th, 2005 :
    Updated the Toys page with pictures and details for a few new toys.

    Sunday, feb. 6th, 2005 :
    Updated the Fujitsu, Nec and Promet pages with pictures, text and a video.

    Wednesday, sept. 8th, 2004 : BN-1
    Added a Bandai BN-1 page to my real robots collection. Also updated the Wonderborg page a bit.

    This feature will soon be available
    I really don't know much about the Tekkaman show. Most of the informations i have come from a Hobby Japan Magazine issue featuring lots of Tekkaman mechas models; and there are some of the most beautiful and most original mechas ever among them.
    From the Hobby Japan magazine, i've understood there may have been a live action show by the name of "Tekkaman" (or maybe it was an anime); then another anime show by the name of "Tekkaman Blade". Giant robots would come from the latter. Not sure about that, though, and i've never done serious web-searches about it. I've learned that Tekkaman is a Tatsunoko show (Just like the shows that compose the Robotech saga), i think it's from the "Tatsunoko fight" video game, where Tekkaman appears among the characters.
    However, 4 of the tekkaman mechas i've discovered in the magazine entered my best-mecha ever hall of fame : the Sol Tekkaman (above), the Tekkaman Blade, Tekkaman Evil, and Tekkaman Lancer.
    Below is a box scan from the only Tekkaman model i own, and a few scans from the magazine. SOL-TEKKAMAN
    Scan from the model box. I own the model, yet it's still unbuilt. It seems that this mecha is a ground-based model, whereas most other Tekkaman robots i've seen are pictured in space. I could'nt say much more about it.
    I do like it's design very much, it looks efficient, realistic, yet with a sense of aesthetics that makes it very appealing.

    Disclaimer : the pictures below are scanned from the Hobby Magazine issue number 288, dated May 1993. I do not use the picture for commercial use. However, if the copyright holders think i'm infringing any rights on this images, they should contact me (link on the left of the page) and i'd remove the pictures from my site right away.

    Blaster Tekkaman Blade
    The Hobby Japan issue opens on two major Tekkaman mechas : Tekkaman Blade and Tekkaman Evil. Each of those have 2 version : regular version, and "Blaster" version.
    The Blaster version have much more sophisticated designs. Above is the Tekkaman Blade Blaster version.
    I do not own this model.

    Tekkaman Evil
    I think it's name makes it clear : this should be the bad guy in the show. I present here the "regular" version, which i prefer upon the Blaster version.
    I do not own this model.

    Tekkaman Dagger
    This is the only pose i have pictures of. However, there are many distinctive design features that i like a lot, and i do think this mecha is in my Top-5 best mecha ever!
    Unfortunately, i do not own this model.

    Tekkaman Omega
    As i mentionned that i found some of the Tekkaman mecha to be among the most original ever, here's one that illustrates this.
    The Tekkaman Omega must be designed for space fights, as would suggest it's strange tails, that may act as a flexible manipulator, and his twin pair of arms.
    Although i've always been uncomfortable towards robots with no legs, this own brings a number of interesting design features. I should also mention that the Tekkaman series apparently have an Heroic Fantasy/Medieval inspiration, and this machine in particular is a good example of it : it's appearence reminds both of knights, fantasy, monsters, and yet Sci-Fi.
    It's a great example of japanese mecha design excellence...