According to wiki:
I had seen the entire line at a local Bradleys department store back in the day.. The toys were a massive line really. You can see the whole line from Here
Instead I'm concentrating on the Marvel Comics Series
- Raydeen, piloted by Richard Carson, an American stuntman,
- Combattra, piloted by Genji Odashu, a Japanese test pilot, and
- Dangard Ace, piloted by Ilongo Savage, an oceanographer from Madagascar.
This isn't really an issue accept what do you do with a guy in a mech? Well you give him something on the scale of a stellar object to explore. That's right stellar sized mega dungeons! There not that hard to imagine at all. In fact both Stars Without Numbers & Terminal Space has this style of game built right in.
Where does this fit in with the Shogun Warriors? Oh that's simple a massive dungeon based inside a dead wreck of a Shogun Warrior's hide.
A nice overview of the toys can be found right Here
The Public Domain Equivalent
Surely I can hear you saying that there can't be a public domain equivalent that doesn't violate the trade marks of Mattel, Marvel, etc. Well actually there is a public domain story about changing robotic life forms that came out decades before the Shogun Warriors & Transformers. Marvel has been raiding the public domain for decades & so can you.
The Metal Monster is by is an Abraham Merritt fantasy novel.
If you own Terminal Space, Mutant Future, Carcosa, Arduin,Human Space Empires or any of the other science fantasy Rpgs that are out there. You can create your very own robotic life form menace ! You can read the whole store right here