GO-4 is the bot that assisted Auto in executing directive A-113 aboard the Axiom.
GO-4 came in a 4 pack with other Wall-E bots by Thinkway Toys.
Gold Rush is a Power Rangers villain.
This figure isn’t exactly 1:18 it comes in around 4.5-5 inches but robot sizes are kind of subjective and I liked the look of a walking talking slot machine.
M.A.M.M.A. aka “Music and Mood Management Apparatus” was introduced in the late 70s to the Muppet Show. It’s supposed to have been a backup singer for Kermit in some singing number.
After seeing the figure and liking it a lot because it looks much like an Astromech. I ordered one off Ebay not knowing this size or scale. It is a little on the larger side than expected but not un-usable in a 1:18 collection. It comes in a 2 pack with Dr. Julius Strangepork. Which I have some custom plans for him.
Links to purchase : Ebay
Jabba the Hutt’s personal torture droid. He served under EV-9D9.
I got this figure when it was originally released way back in the late 1990s. I think at K-Mart if I recall correctly
A giant mouse droid from the Disney World Star Tours ride. A better name probably could have been ROUS-1T!
The MSE-1T figure was part of the Star Tours sub-line from The Saga Collection released in 2005.
Scraplet is a form of robotic virus type entity from Transformers. They devour and multiply by destroying other robotic life forms. I just thought it looked like a cute robot.
This Scraplet figure was released in 2019 as part of the Transformers : Cyberverse line.
HERBIE aka Humanoid Experimental Robot, B-type, Integrated Electronics is generally used as a comic relief character with the Fantastic Four.
This HERBIE figure is an accessory of the Marvel Legends 1:12 scale Invisible Woman but since the figure is a smallish I wanted to use it as a larger 1:18 robot.
Links to purchase: Ebay