This Giant Robot hero was known as Tetsujin 28
(Iron Man 28) in Japan.
The Best Selling Japan Animation During the 1960's
A classic returns in a beautiful, New die-cast version by Bandai
measure approximately 8"
He has over 20 points of articulation including toes that bend.
3 extra pairs of hands for different poses and a remote control unit.
Also included are a figure of Kaneda Shoutarou (little boy and controller), and a display base.
** A switch in his back turns on Gigantorís neck turns into flying mode.
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