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    Default Question about an old toy and Charizard

    A long...long...long time ago, my local Babbages sold these Pokémon model kits. The boxes had Japanese on them, so they were imports. The kits were basically plastics that you snapped off of a frame and snapped together. Some of them moved, some of them shot pellets. I had a Venusaur and Dragonite. Are these particularly sought after among collectors?

    Charizard: what is the best looking Charizard figure you've seen. I've suddenly got an urge to get one for my desk. I'd also be interested in Charmander and Charmeleon figures, if you have recommendations.

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    Default Re: Question about an old toy and Charizard

    Did the charizard look like this: D-arts - Pokemon [Lizardon]: Amazon.co.uk: Toys & Games

    And the Venasaur look like this: D-Arts Fushigibana (japan import): Amazon.co.uk: Toys & Games

    Only ones I can think of as I believe they are snapped off of a frame (if Link is anything to go off of) they vary in price range if these are the ones you're thinking of.
    Plus this is the British amazon, but at least you know their name if it is what you're thinking of.

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    The model kits might've also been PokéPlamo figures. Those are snapped off frames and then built too.

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