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Madelman 2050 Reptis

Sunday, March 25, 2012

Just like any Task Force, the invading unit from Zarkon has its Transmissions Specialist. Reptis was handpicked from the best of Zarkon´s Space Army.  

Used to high temperatures, Reptis took part in the establishment of Zarkons 1st base in the center of the Earth!

MOC 1988,Exin

Figure: "Reptis". Galactic Transmissions Especialist. Interpreter from the Great Crater.

Included accessories.

Just like any Zarkons figure, Reptis comes with Zarkon interactive Force allowing him to change appearance and look like human!

And just like the rest of the invading Force, he took part in their first retreat!

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5 comments: to “ Madelman 2050 Reptis

  • jboypacman
    March 25, 2012 at 9:52 PM  

    Am just loving these!

  • actionfig
    March 25, 2012 at 10:58 PM  

    I would have loved to have some of these as a kid!Thes are great:)

  • JoMi
    March 26, 2012 at 2:08 AM  

    I hope you guys are ready for more! These are so cool!

  • StarRunn
    March 27, 2012 at 12:02 AM  

    I “discovered” these Madelman figures back in 1993. A dealer from Europe was selling them at a toy show in New York City. At $8.00 each, I could afford to buy five of them. The retail price of regular G.I. Joes at that time was $3.49, so you can see that I was really impressed with the Madelman figures to spend more than double the Joe price to get some!

    Almost three years later, in 1996, a friend of mine in France managed to obtain another figure for me. A friend of his found it while traveling in Spain and bought it on my behalf. With the postage worked in, that sixth figure ended up costing me $10.74, which I still considered a good deal.

    I’ve always been intrigued by the backs of the cards that show the other items in the line. Five of my cards are from the first series and one is from the expanded second series. The vehicles shown are really interesting, and I hope you get around to reviewing some of them, especially the Defender and Tarantula!

    Many thanks for a very informative series of great reports.

  • JoMi
    March 27, 2012 at 1:51 AM  

    Thanks for your excellent experience report, StarRunn. Great story, a true pleasure to read! I´ll be posting more M2050 stuff for sure!

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