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 Retro News: November 21-30 2002
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Posted: Dec 4 2013, 03:31 AM


Imatron


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I wasn't a fan of Galidor, but I did like some of the parts the line resulted in, too bad they couldn't work in the ball joint system. Its almost funny to watch someone try to make it look like one of the 12 most evil toys on the market. The Hordika battle glove thing received some bad feedback some years later (by someone more credible than the ones complaining about Galidor) but even that was understandable since their complaint was against toys that "turned children's bodies into weapons".
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Matoro
Posted: Dec 5 2013, 05:14 PM


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When I saw Galidor the first time, I thought it couldn't of been made by LEGO. But when I saw their logo in front of the theme, I was very confused at the time, thinking that LEGO partnered up with some other toy company. tongue.gif
In fact, I don't think I have seen any LEGO creation thus far that uses the Galidor pieces.

But I have to admit, the evil dude looked cool. Like a human version of Makuta or something.
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