Been meaning to post this beauty for a while now. I was going through some of my old toys from when I was young and found this gem hiding out in a box with some of my old power rangers megazords. Here he is Medabee! (I'll apologize now for blurry pics, New camera is taking some getting used to.) Medabee is from an old 90's to early 2000's anime titled Medabots. It was a show where children bought these robots and fought them against each other. I think the winner got to pick a part from the other robot, a gun or new legs, to swap with his robot. These robots were given personality and character by the chip that got inserted into their back. I will get more to that later. So Medabee as a toy is awesome! He has very good articulation for his age and it is as follows: Neck - Ball Joint Shoulders - Universal joint for forward and outward movement Bicep - 360 swivel Elbow - 90 swivel Waist - 360 swivel Hips - Ball jointed Thighs - 360 swivel Knees - 90 swivel Ankles - Ball Joint and swivel cut Foot has a nice cut in it for running poses. That articulation is awesome! However it is slightly hindered by most of the outer sculpting. One cool thing to point out is that most of his limbs are diecast. It make him nice and sturdy and pretty hefty too. "Outer?" some of you may ask. Well the cool thing about Medabee here is his action feature, you can completely dismantle him to show off his skeleton! This was something that if I remember correctly most other Medabots toys couldn't do. In this mode you can also experience his full range of motion, however for my figure I lost his original hands so those are still missing. He can be pretty imposing with Defender. Now if we go back to armored up mode there was one other feature Medabee has. If you tak off the panel on his back you reveal his personality chip! It's removeable too. And that's the review! I would definitely recommend him to older collectors as he can be a bit on the fragile side and there are several pieces kids would either eat or lose the second they got him in their hands. I think this is due mostly to the fact that half of him is a model kit and the innards are an action figure. Weird design but still cool. So if you can still find this guy pick him up. And thanks for taking a trip into the way back machine with me.