Toys of the Eighties, Max Steele Robo Force
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About 5 or 6 inch robot action figure with large suction cup on the bottom, you could squeeze a button on his back and his arms would retract in a grabbing motion. There were all types of Good robots and evil ones...
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tetratron - March 10, 2007 - Report this comment
I had the Max Steel Roboforce Base, which was on sale at Odd Lot (Big Lots) close out stores for 9.95 in 1986. It was a large 28 inch white crystal castle, with a flip around turret on the top, that changed from crystal dome, to laser blaster. It split apart, and had a drawbridge, a little prison, a few snap on machine guns. I never had any of the guys, but this base was pretty cool for my Secret Wars spiderman action figures. Later I found out my grandma gave it away for 25 cents.
StormDragon - May 28, 2007 - Report this comment
I had the huge moving... car, for lack of a better term. It had spots to stand the figures, as well as hidden compartments for them, if I remember correctly. I also remember my dad coming home once with some kind of hover-scooter thing that was only big enough for one figure. It was in a little bag, so I think it was some kind of giveaway.
theterribleoldman - March 17, 2008 - Report this comment
I think I still have the cartoon somewhere/ recorded it way back when.only one episode!!!!
Chris - February 09, 2009 - Report this comment
I had maxx steele and his vehicle you pumped up with air to make it go and the bad guy with his vehicle. and i think a couple of other ones. man that brings back great memories.
Carcass - April 01, 2009 - Report this comment
I had a copy of the Robo Force cartoon sent to me several years ago on VHS. The quality was really terrible, but it was all I had. Sadly, that VHS is long gone. I do remember watching it when it aired though, and I have the artwork advertisement from a TV Guide showcasing 'The Revenge of Nazgar.' I will pay HUGE $$$ for a copy of this cartoon if anyone has it. email me at orionpax@beastmachines.zzn.com
George C - August 29, 2009 - Report this comment
Omg this site is the shizzzzz! I remember my mom buying this for me at a thrift store and It was one of my favorite toys, but I never knew the name! im ging to Ebay right now!
Nick - December 03, 2009 - Report this comment
I had Wrecker and Hun-dred (I think) as a small child. Playing with these toys were one of my earliest toy memories. I used to suction cup them to the front of the oven. They were pretty awesome, especially because it nobody else in my neighborhood had them, unlike GI Joe, Transformers, etc.
Brian - March 05, 2010 - Report this comment
Thank You, Thank You!! I have been searching for these toys for the longest! I remember having a few of the figures, the command base and that big car. I agree that they were also good for Secret Wars and any other action figures you had. I'm gonna check my grandparents basement to see if I still have these. Truly a piece of a good childhood!

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