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Carry-All is a Guardian. Or at least in the comics he is.


The Robo Machines comic[edit]


Machine Men[edit]

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  • Battle Copter Man (Machine Men, 1984)
    • ID number: 24
    • Accessories: Rotor (2)
The sixth toy from the fourth wave of figures, Battle Copter Man was released by Bandai Australia in 1984. He converts from robot to Boeing CH-46 Sea Knight tandem rotor helicopter, and while identical in design to the Machine Robo Vertol Robo toy, he received a dark green repaint with blue and red highlights. Battle Copter Man was the final figure to feature both a new name and be packaged on a blue backing card.
Later in 1984, the figure was re-released on a new black backing card depicting a blue-tinted alien landscape. Rather than utilizing his Robo Machine name, the toy was repurposed into the Enemy Robot Twin Spin.

Robo Machine[edit]

  • Carry-All (Robo Machine, 1984)
    • Enemy (1985)
    • ID number: RM-42
    • Accessories: Rotor (2)
A carded repackage of the green Vertol Robo variant featuring a new blue background, Carry-All was released by Bandai Europe in 1984. While initially sold without a faction and marketed in The Robo Machines comic as a Guardian, later packaging and catalogs listed the figure as an Enemy Robot.