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Yatterman (ヤッターマン or Yattāman) is a Japanese anime television series broadcast from January 1977 to 1979 and aired from 2008 through September 2009 with a remake. The heroes of the anime are Yatterman-1 (Gan-chan) and Yatterman-2 (Ai-chan). They fight with their large mechanical dog Yatterwan and their mascotte Omotchama (the dice robot) against the "Doronbo Gang" (Doronjo, Boyacky and Tonzura).
The dog-shaped robot Yatter-Wan is a rescue robot. It is fitted with a siren and a bell, similar to other rescue vehicles, a joystick to control the other features and holds two firehoses on its shoulders. A bone-shaped power pack, known as "Mecha-Tonic", is fed to the dog robot to allow a sudden outburst of strength and activates the robot's special attack: a large group of miniature robots that exit the robots mouth. The mini-robots use their weapons on the enemy, causing the Doronbo's robots to explode and create a skull-shaped explosion cloud.
The project started during these winter holidays. I was playing with a LEGO board game with my cousin. Looking at the dice in my hand I thought:"...I'd like to create something with this dice...". Then I remembered Yatterman Robot dice :-D
Yatterwan can move his head, legs and arms, so it can take the classic anime poses (like when exulting or activating the special attack).
Please support my project if you like old japanese anime like me and take a look to my other project Roman Empire:
The Pantheon: http://ideas.lego.com/projects/88418
Caesar's Forum: http://ideas.lego.com/projects/85931
Mark Antony's Legion: http://ideas.lego.com/projects/86819