Here are some older photos. Most of the figure are sold but maybe a good idea to archive the photos in this thread
Released in Germany (and maybe other European countries; Remus made a lot of cool stuff in the 70s/80s also for Star Wars and MotU). The "Fun Line" line is from the early 2000's, 2002+ because they were sold with Euro price tags and the Euro as currency was established in 2002).
Edit: Found another old photo. I think both the figure on the bottom left were sold to someone from this forum. If they haven't been posted yet, maybe he can post better and larger photos of those two:
The cardback is awesome of that Combo Knight. I took photos of it, too bad they are on the HDD of my old (and broken) PC. Maybe the guy it sold it to shows up,I really can't remember who took him and my PM inbox does not really help.
IIRC it was posted somewhere else here in the forums, but don't ask me where.
Post by waywardmonk on Jun 26, 2014 18:00:54 GMT -6
Really nice stuff Alfi! I haven't seen the Ritter before, that loose bronze one in the close-up is cool. And yeah you're blowing my mind with that Combo Knight, lol. Such a fitting name seeing as these 6" figure variations seem to be as endless as the Galaxy Fighter/Warrior/Hero/Combos are.
Post by rocklord74 on Jun 26, 2014 18:46:58 GMT -6
Sniper got most of your carded figures then sold them to me. The combo knight was cool, and I believe there were other figures on the back of the card. The loose red knight I discovered uses the same body as the five inch star wars storm trooper ko. And the arms from the knights line you have pictured on that colorful card.
Do not resent growing old, many are denied the privlage.
Post by waywardmonk on Jul 12, 2014 21:46:56 GMT -6
I prefer to have loose figures, but I'm preserving the cardbacks for documentation purposes. I do regret throwing away all my Playmates Star Trek cardbacks.
FYI: The Chevalier I got from the French seller with the Gaulois has an extremely strong petroleum smell. You can't smell it through the package at all, but once you open it... wow. Must have been a bad year for plastics in China. The polybagged figures I got were also that way. The Gaulois was fine.
Unconfirmed Les Gaulois figures, this is based on the fact that they have no markings and the same 7 screw back as the confirmed Les Gaulois figure i have. The middle one can also be found on “Krieger” card
“Dungeons” and “The Last Frighter”. I think Dungeons and the last frighter lines contained the same 4 figures. The cards do look a like but Dungeons figures came with more accessories. These have 2 screws in the back and no further markings
“Dark Warriors”, these have 3 screws in the back and are marked made in china to the back of the top of the right leg. Left two are confirmed “dark warriors”, the one to the right is confirmed “Krieger” and "Guerrier Medieval"but i suspect him to also be a dark warrior
Unconfirmed “Dark warriors”, the one on the right can also be found on “Krieger” card
Last Edit: Dec 12, 2014 11:43:27 GMT -6 by drekkus