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Macross/Robotech LEGO That Transforms. I Can Die Now.

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Builder daikoncat is the genius behind this LEGO piece that, were it released commercially in the 1980s, would have been the only toy a boy would have ever needed.

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LEGO? Check. Giant robot? Check. Fighter jet? Check. The ability to transform between giant robot and fighter jet? Yes.

What's impressing me most about this modular version of Skull Leader -aside from the whole transforming business - is that, at first glance, the figure looks pretty clunky and basic, but the closer you look, the more detail you see. The fingers. The joints. The vents. It's fantastic.

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Illustration for article titled Macross/Robotech LEGO That Transforms. I Can Die Now.
Illustration for article titled Macross/Robotech LEGO That Transforms. I Can Die Now.
Illustration for article titled Macross/Robotech LEGO That Transforms. I Can Die Now.
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If it can be done in Lego, it can be done in real life. Bring it the fuck on America's military research department.