Black OX Robot Is Big on the Bad, Small on the Big

We're not discriminant enough in our miniature robot collecting to fully appreciate this Black OX robot from the series Gigantor, but even at our half appreciation it's still pretty incredible. Featuring 22 joints, LEDs, gyro sensors and accelerometer, Black OX only stands 17 inches tall, but he'll still manage to hold … » 7/09/08 11:16am 7/09/08 11:16am

Badass Robot Will Eventually Destroy Tokyo When He Grows Up

If Gigantor was the original Iron Man (he was called Tetsujin 28-gō, which means "Iron Man #28"), the sleek-black 5.5-pound 17-inch-tall BlackOx robot has to be the predecesor of Titanium Man. And like Titanium Man, this biped fighting robot is also probably the only baddy that really looks like he can kick Iron Man's… » 3/13/08 7:20am 3/13/08 7:20am

15-inch Gigantor Digital Photo Frame Comes Cheap

The Gigantor photo frame isn't only big on size, like its name, but it's big on value as well. For $249, you'd normally only be able to get an 11-inch photo frame, but the Gigantor gives you 15 inches of mother-in-law- viewing glory (as opposed to the 19-inch monstrosity that is the PhotoVu). It even has built-in… » 8/01/07 1:35pm 8/01/07 1:35pm