Devil Invaders

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The Devil Invaders were the antagonists in the early Machine Robo and Robo Machine fiction.

Fiction[edit | edit source]


Machine Robo commercials[edit | edit source]

The transdimensional villains from the Casmozone controlled huge armies of Casmodon, Zarios, Falgos, Gildis and Baldas minions. They were opposed by the Machine Robo, shape-shifting robots from Romulos. After a long struggle they destroyed Romulos and set their sights on Earth. However they were opposed once again by the Machine Robo, who hid among Earth's vehicles to oppose them. Machine Puzzler A massed attack on Earth was thwarted by Machine Robo Devil Invaders commercial, and another was stopped by Battle Armor 5. Battle Armor 5


The Robo Machines comic[edit | edit source]

After his Renegade Robo Machines were defeated by the Security Forces at Westbridge Zod instead devised the Devil Invaders Casmodon, Zarios and Falgos, using vagrants from the London area to build them. Only Casmodon was finished but the giant Devil Invader devastated an area of the city, destroying the Guardians Night Ranger and Truck and sending the rest into retreat before Charlie Bampton was able to damage its' innards. The Robo Machines, Story 2

Toys[edit | edit source]

Machine Robo[edit | edit source]

Devil Invader Series[edit | edit source]

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • The Devil Invaders replaced the Dogra as the aggressors in the Machine Robo fiction printed in TV Land from 1984 onwards.
  • While the Robo Machines comic strip used the term 'Devil Invaders', the European versions of Casmodon, Falgos and Zarios were issued as the Enemy Invaders.
  • The Devil Invaders were dropped from what little there was of the Robo Machine mythos when the line began to align more closely with Challenge of the GoBots, with Creepy and Bladez using their GoBots names and being released as part of the regular series of figures.
  • It is likely that the GoBots figures Hornet, Klaws and Bugsie were created from rejected prototypes for further Devil Invaders. The Super GoBot version of Vamp may also have been designed as a Devil Invader figure.
  • While the Devil Invaders were superseded by the Gyandlar in Machine Robo: Revenge of Cronos the five types featured in the toyline were recycled as the Gyandlar Devils.