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Shogun Warrior Jumbo Machineders Missiles, a Comparison


I often get requests to identify the various missiles and projectiles that accompanied the Shogun Warriors. Hopefully, this page will help to identify the multitude of variations.


Here are the missile variations that I personally possess:

comparison of shogun missiles
  • Red missile with white, triangular vanes. Found on 1st release Mazinga, Japanese UFO Grendizer and 1st release Gaiking.

  • Red soft missile with white, clipped vanes. Found on 2nd release Mazinga, 2nd release Gaiking, and later release Goldorak.

  • Red hard missile with white, clipped vanes. Found (rarely) on any later released Mazinga, Gaiking or Goldorak. Probably made for another Jumbo Machineder (or possibly test-marketed), these missiles are rarely seen. They are much harder than the vinyl missiles and add an extra 10 points in damage (just kidding!).

  • White hard missile with red, clipped vanes. These are the missiles pictured on Gaiking's box. I personally own a 2nd issue Mazinga full of these (compliments of my bud John Stephens). These are also much rarer than the 1st or 2nd missiles.

  • Daimos missile. Made from soft vinyl, probably vacu-formed. These odd missiles are not interchangeable with any other.

  • Dragun axes, a Comparison

    axe variations

    Dragun axes came in blue, white and yellow (usually one of each). The axe on the left is from a first issue Dragun (and is how they were made for the Japanese release). Notice the larger base and spiked head.



    Raydeen Delta Wings, a comparison


    1st Issue Delta Wing2nd Issue Delta Wing
    Notice that the 1st Issue (on left) is hollow, vacu-form plastic while the 2nd Issue (on right) is hard plastic, with a hollowed-out belly. The 1st issue has a hole in its tail to attach to the firing pin, while the 2nd has a square notch. They are not interchangable between the different Raydeens.


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