I was trying to think a good Easter review when I remembered this goofy little beauty. Toei's Metal Heroes Series ran from 1982 through 1998 with a variety of (mostly) kid-oriented television programs. The most popular ones for US audiences were VR Troopers from 1994 and the Big Bad Beetleborgs from 1996. The Robotack series is the newest, but never made it to US Television. Tetsuwan Tantei Robotack is a sequel series to B-Robo Kabutack (from which I reviewed Tentorina last year) and was the 17th and final installement of the Metal Heroes Series. Mimeena is a bunny-themed robot who is in love with Kamerock, a turtle-themed robot and one of the two main characters. Their relationship is a Tortoise and Hare motif. Bandai released these figures in 1998 in Japan so they can be a bit diffiuclt to find in other countries. But if you can hunt them down, they make great quirky additions to any fembot collection. Let's check out Mimeena below!
Her articulation is pretty good. The skirt limits some movement and her elbows are fixed in a very "robotic" pose. But other than that she's very flexible. I especially love that her ears are articulated.
Mimeena comes with a variety of accessories. This toy lines is essentially a build-a-figure series and Mimeena comes with a tons of add-on accessories for this BAF.
Her one true accessory is this AWESOME carrot sword.
This was the only live-action picture I was able to find of her.
Time for some Comparison Pics!
Here she is with Tentorina.