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- NEW BOT MONDAY: Super Electromagnetic Machine Voltes V. My most favorite Bot of all. ボルテス are the first Japanese ideograms I ever copied onto paper. Predates Voltron, with which it is confused, by 6 or 7 years. Famously banned by the dictatorial Marcos regime because of revolutionary ideas. Beloved by Filipinos of a certain age. Voltes V is the bot that made me fall in love with bots. Those toys are too highly priced to buy, but this one is a fine interim purchase.
- The Bot Collection
When I started this post, back in January, the intent was for it to be a comprehensive discourse on toy robots. I was starting to collect them and thought I could sum it up succinctly. So much for brevity, it’s meandering. Bear with me. Here’s the collection from then. My fascination with robots probably began…
- 03-Dec-2003Voltes V Videos Question – Now in the FAQ
I get a lot of questions about this, it’s been added to the FAQ.
- It’s a badge morning!
Full of stray energy, I created 4 badges today for my various and sundry hobby / obsession / popular sites … UPDATE: I do know how to count. That’s 5 banners. I made 4 this morning. The other one I made the other day. Though early in the morning I am less good at math…
- 25-Apr-2001Voltes V Paper Models by John Paras
Voltes V Paper Models by John Paras – added the other day. John Paras does this wonderful otaku thing and makes paper models of the five component craft which make up the giant robot, Voltes V. John was gracious enough to offer the pictures to me to put on this site if I like. Of…