Star Fleet toys are not overly common. A number of toys were produced in Japan, but these are now considered "vintage" and can fetch quite high prices - over a hundred pounds for the "middle-of-the-range" items (such as the Takatoku toys "Big Dai-X DX" are not unusual. The show was also not a big hit in Japan, which resulted in rather limited merchandising. Your best bet might be to try looking either for French items - I believe these included the infamous Barry Hercules mask - or Japanese toy-related websites. Mandarake, a Japanese anime goods retailer, have an English language website:http://www.mandarake.co.jp/Information
on Star Fleet/X-Bomber toys can be found at Alen Yens Toybox DX, under the "Takatoku Toys A - Z Gokin" section:http://www.toyboxdx.com/data/takatokugo ... n.htmThere
is also a short review of two Takatoku Toys X-Bomber items on this site, written by... er, someone. http://www.sfxb.co.uk/origins/toys.htmlAs
for smaller collectable items, there were almost certainly a few produced for the Japanese market, but finding them after all this time is probably going to be pretty tricky.The source for obscure Japanese goods is Yahoo! Japan, but its almost always in Japanese and many sellers refuse to ship internationally. Certain third parties, like Celga, can help here, but its probably not an option for those on a budget...!http://www.celga.com/
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