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Rescue Base Seattle
(Japanese)Main URL: http://members.tripod.co.jp/CafeAuLait/index.html
|A Microman fan-made toy accessory magazine page with monthly regular updates. Check out the Q-Board!|
|"Noripu" Matsumoto (the wife of Micro World's Reiji Matsumoto) has her own site for her art and doll collection, and includes some spectacular MicroGeneration-based pictures she painted. Really good stuff!|
|Shimamoto has some incredible must-see custom female Microman figures on this page. Check them out!|
I cannot say enough about this incredible site by Minoru Sashida. The "Microman Maniacs" section profiles all of
the figures and some rare Microman items. The "Micro Generation" pages were a collaborative effort to create fan-
designed toys and they feature their efforts at the semi-annual Wonderfest in Japan, selling T-shirts, highly limited
edition fan-made toys, and CG artwork. There's also
a small Henshin Cyborg page. Check out all his links, you won't be dissapointed by the vast amount of great pictures!
--Microman Maniax (great rare pics):
--Micro Generation (custom new Microman kits!):
--Micro Generation Phase 2 (newer designs):
--Micro Generation Phase 3 (more new designs):
--Micro Generation Phase 4 (even more recent designs, final phase):
--Oriental Technology's Wonder Festival 2000 official Microman garage toys:
--OreSlizer (Lego Technic/Throwbots and Microman crossover):
|Bob Paluch's site has a number of interesting links including to his Pharoid Site which contains the 7th Micro Marvel of the World, Heliopolis.|
Jeff Caraway's page has some awesome pics and other Micro info!
The only place in the world you can see happy Micromen frolic in the snow or opague Time Travellers go carjacking!
|Jeroen Zuiderwijk has a cool site that covers the toys that would later become picked up by Hasbro to become the Transformers, including Microman and Diaclone, and features a mirror of the Rocket Tubes feature page, The Transformer Micro Cover Up (originally featured as a part of Rescue Base Seattle).|
|Rob Merrit has an interesting page here with pics of his collection and even some Lego facsimilies of Micronauts he has built.|
Main URL: http://www.alles.or.jp/~rulia046/
Click on "art" and then the second-to last link on the next page to see some nice original Microman art!