No, you did not read that headline wrong. Bluefin has announced new Toy Story Chogokin Robots for Sheriff Woody and Buzz Lightyear – characters that “transform” into robots.

Chogokin Toy Story Combination Woody Robo Sheriff Star
Height: Approx. 9 inches · MSRP: $169.99 · Available December!
Woody and friends can combine!? A totally wild, only in Japan re-envisioning of favorite characters from the hit Disney/Pixar Toy Story films! Woody, Rex, Bullseye, Slinky Dog, and Hamm transform and combine to form the giant 9 inch tall Chogokin Woody Robo Sheriff Star! Early orders will also receive a special picture book. The set contains 5 characters: Woody, Bullseye, Slinky Dog, Hamm, and Rex.

Bandai Toy Story Chogokin Separates Bandai Toy Story Chogokin

Chogokin Toy Story Combination Buzz the Space Ranger Robo
Height: Approx. 13 inches · MSRP: $169.99 · Available January 2017!
The Space Ranger Buzz Lightyear returns and transforms into a giant robot with the help of his space shuttle and alien buddies! But that’s not all. The Chogokin Buzz the Space Ranger Robo also combines with the separately sold Chogokin Woody Robo Sherriff Star to become an imposing 13.7 inch tall super robot! The set includes Buzz Lightyear, Alien 1, Alien 2, a Space Shuttle, and a Big One rocket.

Toy Story Buzz Light Year Separates Toy Story Buzz Lightyear Chogokin

Okay, so after seeing the video, I was more than happy to grab a couple of these, but the $169.99 price tag seems to make these toys more “stay on the shelf” than “give to the kids to create chaos.”

Still, watching these figures transform into giant robots is really cool.

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1 Comment

  1. August 18, 2016 at 11:54 am — Reply

    I don’t know man…even my love of giant robots that combine can’t make me want to get this. While it seems like a good quality similar to 3rd party Transformers, those thin legs and the way they connect seem a bit weak. Plus, it looks like the articulation may be pretty limited. But I hope I’m wrong because I know some people getting it and it is certainly a unique idea.

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