In 1997, Japanese manufacturer Bandai started the Soul of Chogokin toy line. It focuses mainly on super robots (mecha) taken from various Japanese anime series of the 1970s & 1980s.
Chogokin is Japanese for 'super Alloy' and is a fictitious material which first appeared in Go Nagai's Mazinger Z comic. It was later adopted by the Popy Toy company in 1972 as the name of a new line of die-cast metal robot and character toys sold in Japan. The very first of these toys was the 'GA-01' Mazinger Z, which in spite of questionable engineering that led Popy to offer a free replacement campaign, ignited a craze that changed the face of the Japanese toy industry in the 1970s. Bandai -the parent company of Popy Toy- continues the Chogokin line to this day, branded under their own name.
What's your Soul Of Chogokin worth in 2021? Here are some recently sold items.
|Gx 41b Black Reideen Soul Of Chogokin Metal Figure||09/2021||AU $260.91|
|Soul Of Chogokin Gx 78 Dragonzord Megazord Power||09/2021||AU $548.34|
|Bandai Soul Of Chogokin Gx 13r Dancouga Brand New||08/2021||AU $385.00|
|Bandai Tamashiinations Soul Of Chogokin Gx 59||08/2021||AU $200.00|
|Bandai Soul Of Chogokin Gx 24r Tetsujin 28 Go 1963 Song||08/2021||AU $345.90|
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