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  Romando Microman 21 Series
MicroKnight - green set, blue set & orange set (c.1997)


Blue Set

Orange Set

Green Set

Romando sold MicroKnight in three separate box sets - green with MC7 & MC13, blue with MC8 & MC11 and orange with MC9 & MC12


MicroKnight comes in a clear blue with silver glitter Police Keeper case.


Beside the matching color Police Keeper Shield, each MicroKnight also comes with a set of Pulsar Wave Energy Gun and Energy Backpack.

Romando released three sets of Police Keeper MicroKnight in 1997 - Green Set, Blue Set & Orange Set.   MicroKnight was originally  released in 1979 as part of the Police Keeper series.  They were one of the most details Microman figures produced by Takara.   The original vintage MicroKnight commanded a substantial sum.  Romando released excellent reproduction versions of the original.  (The figures most likely came from original Takara molds since the figures are exactly identical to the original).

MC7 Black MicroKnight. (Green Set) 

He is the only "new" color MicroKnight in Microman21 Series.  Romando originally intended him to be a reproduction of MC10 Platinum MicroKnight but the figure color came out much difference than the original so they decided to give him a new designation.

MicroKnight Story

(translated from NetZeroZero Paper).

Microman Police Keeper build MicroKnight to fight against the new enemy - Satan Ardens, using the Mini-Robotman as a prototype design.   MicroKnight are not Microman but rather an android.  The body of MicroKnight is coated with special Nitrate compounds which were a naturally occurring substance on Micro-Earth.  The special coating allowed the MicroKnight to withstand Arden's Chest Bomber attack without suffer serious damage.  The MicroKnights are the same size as the Microman and share the same 5mm ports system, so they can used Microman weapons such as the Police Keeper's Pulsar Wave Energy Gun and the Police Keeper Shield.   When the Pulsar Gun is used by MicroKnight, the energy came from inside the android's internal reactor furnace core and then channel through the backpack which made the beam three times more powerful than the normal Police Keeper Pulsar Gun.

MC1-MC3 Prototype unit, design base on the Mini Robotman.

MC4-MC6 Test Type used by Microman Command as a battle test unit.

MC7 Special Operation Type.  Used special experimental enchantment circuitry to enable "stealth" mode.  Also have special "Stealth-Nitrate Compound coating for stealth operations.  Partner of M165 Stealth Command2 Microman.

MC8-MC13 Operational Type.  Build by Rescue Area of CRIM Secret Base.  The MC8-MC10 were built first then MC11-MC13 were added to combat the growing threat of Satan Arden.

MC12 Orange MicroKnight

Look at the exquisite details on these figures.  MicroKnight is probably one of the most highly details figure in Microman line.

Vintage MicroKnight figures were one of the most sought after Microman figures especially the last three members of the series - MC11, MC12 & MC13. 

MC13 Green MicroKnight. (Green Set)

MC8 Silver MicroKnight. (Blue Set)

Here is a back view of MicroKnight without the energy backpack.  The back of the figure packs as much details as the front.

MC11 Blue MicroKnight (Blue Set)

Here is a side view.  Romando Blue MicroKnight Set was the Microman toy that restarted my collection.

MC 9 Gold MicroKnight. (Orange Set)

MicroKnight design was inspired by certain protocol droid named C3PO.