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Growing up in the 1980s, Voltron was a big part of my childhood. There was Voltron with the lions and then Voltron with the vehicles. Another big part of my childhood was Disney, and there wasn't a Disney Voltron. Until now.


Today, Bandai announced (via GetNews) that it's launching a Disney Super Robot next March in Japan. The robot is made up of seven robots (well, eight if you count Pluto's dog house) that, well, voltron together to form a truly awesome Disney robot.

In case it's hard to make out, that small robot at the top is Steamboat Willie.

This Super Alloy King Robo: Mickey and Friends is priced at ¥13,440 (US$169), stands at 22cm, and will get its first public showing in Japan this weekend in Tokyo's Akihabara.

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