Fight Microman 2nd Run (2/04)
Edition Kicker Superlink Lucky Draw (9/04)
Batman (Flight Gear)
Devilman (TV Ver.)
Toy's Dream Project Exclusive Limited Edition
Green Devilman (TV)
Devilman & Silene (Manga Version) (9/30/04)
Batman Series 2 (9/04)
Batman (Black Version) & Bat-Girl (9/30/04)
Street Fighter (2/24/05)
Rescue Toys R Us Exclusive (9/16/04)
Dream Project Green Devilman came on the same packaging
as the regular version but with small sticker affixed to
denote the limited edition status.
was a manga character created by Go Nagai (responsible for many
of the classic 1970's design like Mazinger Z, Getter Robo etc.).
Devilman was probably one of his more controversial creation.
The story of Devilman revolved around Akira Fudo a young boy who
was possessed by demon Amon. But because of Akira pure soul, he
was able to control Amon power and used it to fight against the
demons (under control of Lord Zenon) in order to save mankind. His battle
let him to the ultimate showdown with Satan.
2004 came with new style figure stand. The stand
features Microman "Da Vinci" style logo emboss
on clear plastic with two styles of pegs - one for
the newer Microman 2004 figures and one for the vintage
figures with 5mm port.
originally released MA-09 Microman Devilman (TV Version) in July of 2004 as part of the
Microman Micro Action Series line-up. The regular version, the Devilman
figure was done in his common blue-green color. Takara later decided to
do the green color version and the figure was sold via Toy's Dream
Project website as limited edition. The figures were limited to 5000
pieces and were only available via Toy's Dream Project stores. Toy's
Dream Project was a joint venture project by several Japanese toys
company to form a neutral unit whereby a collaboration projects can be
produced and by pass the normal licensing restriction. Toy's Dream
Project also set up to sell "re-imported toys such as Hong Kong
version of Masked Rider Souchaku Henshin for Bandai, or USA Edition of