Armor Cyclone VR052F Scott Bernard Robotech Saga Statue
Kids Logic is proud to present the work of art – Mospeada 1:4 Armor Cyclone Statue. The story of Mospeada takes place in the year of 2050. A mysterious alien species – Inbit invaded and successfully conquered the Earth. Earth became desolate with only a
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Kids Logic is proud to present the work of art – Mospeada 1:4 Armor Cyclone Statue. The story of Mospeada takes place in the year of 2050. A mysterious alien species – Inbit invaded and successfully conquered the Earth. Earth became desolate with only a small amount of human beings scattered throughout the planet. MOSPEADA stands for Military Operation Soldier Protection Emergency Aviation Dive Armor, it is one of the major weapons against the Inbit. The VR052F Cyclone is truly an art piece from the Kids Logic creative team who spent a year researching and 8 months sculpting. Robotech fans, don’t miss your chance to own this mechanical armor.
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