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Need help finding a 1990s obscure action figure set!

Postby moondawg » Thu May 08, 2014 9:06 pm

I promise I've done my share of scouring and lurking, but I've been searching for this one set of action figures for far too long now. Hopefully the detectives can help me out!

I bought the set in Georgia, USA sometime from 1994 to 1996. There were (as far as I could tell) a set of three action figures, humanoid (semi-power rangers?) with metallic clip on armor. Each was a different color and animal; red blue and green (most likely) and I'm not sure what the animals were. I believe they had vehicles/mounts as well. I don't believe they were part of any large franchise.

Unfortunately that's all I can remember, and I apologize for that.

Thank you for reading!
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Re: Need help finding a 1990s obscure action figure set!

Postby Patraw » Fri May 09, 2014 12:05 pm

Can you remember what scale the figures were (3-3/4", 6", etc.)? They might have just been Power Rangers knockoffs/bootlegs.

Saint Seiya maybe?

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Re: Need help finding a 1990s obscure action figure set!

Postby moondawg » Fri May 09, 2014 10:12 pm

They were ~6" figures, and while Saint Seiya is amazingly similar (the armor had the same metallic finish), it wasn't nearly as nice of quality and didn't seem to be japanese influenced. Almost the same concept though, the snap-on armor and accompanying mounts. They weren't very Power Ranger in appearance or design, just that there were "color coded warriors."

This is setting my search in a better direction, so thank you so much! I'll continue looking as well.
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