Toys

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Four gun-based toys, the Space Water Gun, Signal Ray Gun, Click-Ray Projector Gun and Wind 'n Shoot. All of the Battle of the Planets toys of this sort were distributed to places like grocery stores and drugstores. 1979, by Henry Gordy, Inc.

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The Battle of the Planets Mission Control Radio Set. 1979, by Henry Gordy, Inc.

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The standard Series One and Two Battle of the Planets action figures. Series One included Mark, Princess and Keyop. Series Two included Jason, Tiny and Zoltar. Each figure came with their standard weapon and a small version of their appropriate individual vehicle. 2002, by Diamond Select Toys.

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Variant versions of the Series One and Two Battle of the Planets action figures. Series One variants on the top row included "civilian" (helmetless) versions of Mark, Princess and Keyop. Each came with their appropriate weapons and small civilian versions of their vehicles. Mark and Keyop were available at regular retail while the boxed Princess was sold only through Toyfare magazine and at Tower Records locations.
The bottom row included a Pearl White Mark from Series One - all of the white paint on his uniform was a shiny pearlescent color. The middle figure, the Series Two Pearl Coated Jason, was a Toy Fair exclusive in 2003, Again, his uniform was presented in a pearlescent maroon color and he was issued in a plastic bag with color header card. Finally was the Series Two Zoltar variant that included two different heads that could be snapped on in place of his standard masked face. Mark and Zoltar were available at retail locations.
A second Jason variant, the helmetless "civilian" version was available in a limited edition of Rhino Home Video's "Ultimate Battle of the Planets Boxed Set. He can be seen here. A "civilian" helmetless Tiny figure made it as far as prototype stages, but was never offered at retail.
2002 - 2003, by Diamond Select Toys.

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Three 12 inch Battle of the Planets dolls released in the Unites States. The Mark and Jason dolls were repackaged, rereleases of Japanese originals. Each featured real clothing and removeable helmets. The third doll was released as "Princess," but it was actually a Japanaese original doll of Jun, or "G3" from Gatchaman. It did not receive new custom Battle of the Planets packaging for its US release. Each doll was well articulated. Mark and Jason had their individual weapons, Jun/Princess also had real clothes, a removeable helmet, lifelike hair, several sets of hands and a stand. 2002, by Diamond Select Toys (Mark and Jason) and Takara (Jun/Princess)

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