Land Giant 32

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Land Giant 32 (ランドジャイアント32) is a sentient truck used by the Machine Robo. It can carry huge amounts of cargo and split into three smaller vehicles - Leader 16, GripIron, and TurboJet.

Fiction[edit | edit source]

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


Land Giant 32 was found by Triple Jim when he assisted Kendō Robo and Heli Transer in an ammunition run; the huge vehicle was able to haul vast supplies back to Emerald City, allowing the Machine Robo to fend off a Gyandlar assault. Gather All Machine Robo It later joined Tough Trailer and Big Trailer Robo on a convoy bringing more resources to the city. 10 Seconds Before the Explosion! Run, Tough Trailer! After a nearby settlement was devastated by Gadess it shipped casualties to what remained of Emerald City for medical attention. The Four Treasures of the Mysterious Ruins Later it transported Rom Stol, Leina Stol and Wrestler Robo to the Gyandlar mothership in their Power Riser suits. Land Giant 32's tyres were shot out but Buggy Robo and Skyline Robo were able to move it close enough for the suits to move into action - seconds before the two Battle Tribe Machine Robo and Land Giant 32 were bombed to oblivion by the Devil Satan 6. Power Riser, Break Through the Enemy!

Toys[edit | edit source]


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

  • Land Giant 32 (1986)
    • Accessories: none
Land Giant 32 was released by Bandai in the Machine Robo: Revenge of Cronos toyline, and is a non-converting battery-powered 32-wheel vehicle. It can climb near-vertical surfaces with the right run-up and split into three vehicles - Leader 16, GripIron, and TurboJet. The toy was actually licenced from Galoob, who released it in the West as Giant Command 32 under the Power Machines brand. At ¥9,800 it was the most expensive toy in the range. Due to being designed for a completely different line, the level of interactivity with Machine Robo toys is low, basically amounting to being placed on the flat platforms and falling off the second the toy comes to anything other than a completely flat surface.

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • Land Giant 32 was never seen splitting into its' smaller modules in the cartoon.