Friday, April 15, 2011

Titan SpaceKnights

After 10 years...I finally have my Titan SpaceKnight.  #10 on my WANT LIST.  Yukiko of YTSS bidding services or known as zira28 on ebay was key in helping me to get this.  I have had the yellow SpaceKnight for years, but the white one has been elusive for me.  I have seen 2...maybe 3 in the last 8-10 years.  None in near the condition this one is in.  Every time one appeared, it was just bad timing for the wallet or it was incomplete.  This one, the box has been opened, but not the contents.

These are exceptionally cool figures.  And you have to love the efficient packaging.  The entire figure and accessories nicely packed into a styro liner inside  a 5 x 4 x 1.5 box...not exactly those dimensions, but close.

10 years...It feels good.

When I first saw the white Spaceknight, I decided to pull out my yellow one.  When I bought it, it was listed as 95% complete.  I have never assembled it.   I just displayed the box.  So I decided to see which part was missing and maybe I could make it.  Imagine my surprise when after doing a check, I found the item is entirely complete.  It was only missing the decal sheet.  :~) 

Hopefully I can squeeze an hour or two to make the 2 little corner shelves to go above my corner table and free up some room on another shelf for all my Microman Figures.  Then I can display these 2 assembled.


  1. I'm a big ROM Spaceknight fan who also happens to like the Micronauts as well. i happened to stumble across your blog site at random through Google. that's pretty cool that there was a Microman play set kinda thing with the "spaceknight" title. do you ever feature Micronaut related fan art here?

  2. Hi there and Welcome To Homeworld.

    I have featured artwork on my blog. My default photo is a painting I commissioned from Robert "Droid" entitled 'The Enigma Force' or his other painting "Cyborg 7". I own the original Dave Dorman "Galactic Defender" painting as well as other 'concept' artwork. As well as some CGG Renders. All of which have at one time or another been on the Cover page of Homeworld. I will be running through them again after this Roboid Project is complete.

    The only real Fan art showcased has been the photo shopping of Micronut...'Argonaut X' who did the labels for Roboid and which is also the current picture on the blog. I am leaving this particular photo up until this project is over.

    However, if anyone is wishing to donate a photo or pic of artwork they have done, I would be more than willing to run it on the Cover Page of HomeWorld. :~)

  3. yeah i've seen Argonaut X around at other blogs. ok so now i understand what's going on here with you putting together multiples of a custom "Biotron" figure using these labels for the packaging. that's very cool and unique.
    so just a heads up on what i'm going to email you in a few minutes here. my email will have 3 attached files of some of my original Micronaut fan art. your welcome to use anyone of them on this blog if you care too. all 3 attached files will be just under 1 meg. which i don't think should be a problem for you.