Eagle Robo

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Eagle Robo (イーグルロボ) is a Machine Robo.

He is 9.43m and weighs 254 tons. In F-15 mode he is capable of Mach 9.8 and is armed with Ionoid Homing Sparrow missiles

Fiction[edit | edit source]

Machine Robo CMs[edit | edit source]


When an army of Casmodon, Falgos and Zarios Devil Invaders arrived on Earth, Eagle Robo responded to the attack along with Police Car Robo, Cessna Robo, F-1 Robo, New Shinkansen Robo, Kaman Robo, Skyline Robo, UFO Robo, Crane Robo and Harley Robo, swiftly destroying the aggressors. Devil Invaders CM

Eagle Robo was on the ground in a futuristic city when a giant monster from the Casmozone appeared above, unleashing an army of Casmodon, Zarios and Falgos monsters. Battle Armor 5

Machine Robo: Revenge of Cronos cartoon[edit | edit source]

Voice actor: ?

Eagle Robo was stationed at Emerald City and was one of the Jet Tribe troops who flew Rom Stol and a party of Battle Tribe members to Vira in order to collect much-needed Metal Laster. Knight of the Devil's Mountain, Mask Rock He was later a member of the search party looking for Rod Drill, Leina Stol, Tough Trailer and Pro Truck Racer after they became stuck behind Gyandlar lines. Fire! Big Blazer Cannon! He was badly damaged when Gadess devastated a nearby city, just about managing to make an emergency landing. The Four Treasures of the Mysterious Ruins Eagle Robo was later among the search party looking for Rom and his expedition when they searched for the Wolf Sword, with Falcon Robo leading them in an attack on the Varigale-X. Secret Valley of the Fossil Men He was among the troops led inside the Gyandlar mothership by Jet during the Machine Robo's assault on Gadess' forces Power Riser, Break Through the Enemy! and survived the battle, ultimately deciding to leave Cronos after the Gyandlar were defeated and cross a dimensional gateway.The Final Battle of Cronos

Machine Robo: Battle Hackers cartoon[edit | edit source]

Voice actor: ?

After the Machine Robo left Cronos and passed a dimensional gateway they re-emerged as the citizens of the Algo Republic on Electronic Planet B-1 with no memory of their previous adventures; Eagle Robo became a member of the White Thunder team in the Algo Army. When the Good Luck entered the planet's atmosphere RIM ordered Eagle Robo, Phantom Robo and Falcon Robo to launch in order to investigate. Burning Electronic Planet He later followed Mach Blaster to the ship when Luke Stewart and Akira Amachi attempted to return in Riser Suits. While Mach Blaster rescued them - and fellow survivors Patricia Longfellow and Zen Ogawa - Eagle Robo and the other White Thunder troopers gave covering fire. Heavy Wind, Mach Blaster! Eagle Robo was later part of a large Algo Army force led into battle by Rod Drill and Blue Jet. Strongest Warrior - R.JeTan! After Akira was kidnapped from Crystal City by Gurendos agents, Eagle Robo led the air portion of the search. Crystal Eavesdropping Strategy He was among the White Thunder reinforcements called in by Blue Jet to help drive back the Gurendos forces surrounding B-1's electronic furnace, helping drive off Sorikondar's forces. Save the Electronic Furnace of Death! Under the influence of mind-control beams sent from a Gurendos satellite, Eagle Robo was one of the White Thunder troops who bombed Crystal City. Destroy the Fortress Satellite He was one of the reinforcements taken by Blue Jet to help the pinned-down Battle Hackers but a lightning storm generated by Sorikondar knocked Eagle Robo out of the sky. R. JeTan! Run! He recovered to be part of a large coordinated Algo Army counter-offensive, which was ultimately successful, Quickly, Gattai Saurer! and helped frustrate the Gurendos' forest campaign. Riser! Power Up! When the Battle Hackers fought a huge Gurendos army in the desert Blue Jet and Eagle Robo set out with crucial ammunition for the unit. Yasand attempted to stop them but Blue Jet took him on in single combat, winning out. They then successfully got the ammunition to the Battle Hackers and aided them in destroying the Gurendos force, leading to the destruction of Kariagen. Hot Sand Battle, Hurry Jet!

Toys[edit | edit source]


Machine Robo[edit | edit source]

Machine Robo Series[edit | edit source]

  • Eagle Robo (1983)
    • ID number: MR-25
    • Accessories: none
Eagle Robo was the 25th figure in Bandai's Machine Robo Series and transforms from robot to McDonnell Douglas F-15 Eagle jet fighter. The head of the figure takes design cues from a pilot's visor and oxygen mask. Instead of realistic undercarriage like most other Machine Robo jets, Eagle Robo has four small caster wheels under his fuselage. The figure's grey plastic shows stress easily and the rear wings often break free. Like the rest of the range, the figure retailed at ¥600.
  • The figure was later issued as the GoBots figure Leader-1, with no significant changes beyond the omission of the additional sticker sheet, meaning the American version is missing the various USAF/jet mode markings.


Machine Robo Best 5[edit | edit source]

Sky Machine Series[edit | edit source]
  • Eagle Robo (1983)
    • Accessories: none
Eagle Robo was recoloured for the Machine Robo Best 5 Sky Machine giftset, now featuring a new white/blue colour scheme. Also included in the set were updated versions of Jet Robo, Gyro Robo, Shuttle Robo and Harrier Robo. This version of the figure was exclusive to the Japanese market.

Big Machine Robo[edit | edit source]

  • Big Eagle Robo (1985)
    • ID number: BMR-02
    • Accessories: none
Big Eagle Robo was an upscaled version of Eagle Robo as part of the Big Machine Robo Series. The Big Machine Robo version is generally sleeker and more impressive than the regular version, and features retractable tricycle undercarriage. Unfortunately the robot mode puts a lot of weight on the tailfins and rear wings, meaning these parts can also stress and break over time. The figure retailed at ¥1650.
  • The figure was later issued by Tonka as the Super GoBots version of Leader-1, with a different sticker sheet.

Robo Machine[edit | edit source]

Machine Men[edit | edit source]

Machine Robo: Revenge of Cronos[edit | edit source]

Machine Robo Series[edit | edit source]

  • Eagle Robo (1986)
    • ID number: MRJ-7
    • Accessories: none
The original Eagle Robo was reissued for the Machine Robo: Revenge of Cronos toyline in updated packaging. The figure was assigned to the Jet Tribe, and featured no changes from the original Japanese release.


Machine Robo: Revenge of Cronos (Action Toys)[edit | edit source]

Machine Robo Series[edit | edit source]

  • Eagle Robo (2016)
    • ID number: MR-03
    • Accessories: double missiles (2), fuselage parts (2), connector, stand
The third figure in Action Toys' Machine Robo: Revenge of Cronos series, Eagle Robo converts from McDonnell Douglas F-15 Eagle to robot in 23 steps. The underwing payload and removable fuselage parts combine to form a gun, though the wrists struggle to support its' weight. The figure features a mix of plastic and diecast. Eagle Robo's head is mounted on a ball joint while the figure also has movement at the shoulders, elbows, wrists, waist, hips, knees and ankles. Unlike previous versions of the figure it has conventional feet, made from the Jet engine nozzles. Curiously the head cast looks very little like that of Eagle Robo's animation model or original figure. Similarly the gun looks nothing like anything the character wielded in the show; it can be split in half and clipped to the sides of the F-15 fuselage if desired. Also strange is that Eagle Robo was likely put out early in the series due to his Western fame but is a good inch taller than Bike Robo, making them a poor match for a Go-Bots display.

Merchandise[edit | edit source]

A painted version of the kit, as per the brochure included with the figures.

Machine Robo Series Gashapon[edit | edit source]

  • Eagle Robo (1985)
    • ID number: 6
    • Accessories: none
A plastic model kit version of Eagle Robo was issued by Bandai in 1985 as part of their Machine Robo Series line of Gashapon. Eagle Robo was part of the first series and retained his ability to transform. The model closely followed the transformation of the Machine Robo Series version but did include some simplification around the nose/head section; this also led to the jet mode having tricycle undercarriage, unlike the full-size version with its' four trolley wheels. While it included some stickers for detail the kit itself was cast in a single colour of blue plastic and would require extensive painting to look anything like the picture included on the leaflet.
  • The Gashapon figures were never issued outside of Japan, though the figure does bear some resemblance to the Gum Tresor Leader-1 model.

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • A prototype version of Eagle Robo shown in some catalogues featured a different head and leg design.