Altered States Magazine -- March 2002 Issue
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  • Armada Minicons
  • Armada Deluxes
  • Armada Megas
  • Armada Ultras
  • Armada Supers
  • Armada RolePlay
  • Robots in Disguise
  • Other
  • Tonka - 1-2-3 Transformers
  • Playskool - Aerobot
  • Playskool - Mototron and Speedbot
  • Playskool - Cheetor
  • Playskool - Gorillabot



  • Group Shots
  • Figures - 1
  • Figures - 2
  • Vehicles



  • Beyblade
  • Star Wars - 1
  • Star Wars - 2
  • Star Wars - 3
  • Zoids



  • Miscellaneous
  • Bohrok
  • Krana
  • Boxor
  • Exo-Toa
  • Queens



  • Misc
  • Galidor
  • Harry Potter
  • Jack Stone
  • Island Xtreme Stunts
  • Racers
  • Spybotics
  • Star Wars
  • Studios



  • Bandai's Gundam



  • Bandai's Digimon



  • Coming Soon!



  • Irwin - Reboot
  • Mattel - Masters of the Universe
  • Mattel - Harry Potter, RoboWheels, Yu-Gi-Oh!
  • Mezco - Popeye, Cryptozoology, TikiMon
  • N2 Toys - The Tick - Miscellaneous
  • Palisades - Muppet Show
  • Toy Biz - LOTR
  • Toy Biz - Marvel
  • Toy Biz - Spider-Man
  • Toy Biz - Spider-Man & Friends
  • Toy Biz - Spider-Man: The Movie
  • More Coming Soon!





  • BOXOR

    By Daniel Lipkowitz

    To help repel the Bohrok invasion, the Matoran villagers of Mata Nui have constructed an unusual defense vehicle known as a Boxor. Piloted by a new as-yet-unnamed Matoran (villagers were previously available only in the Bionicle Power Pack CD set and a McDonalds promotion last year), the Boxor combines traditional LEGO Technic elements with parts from the new Bohrok sets.

    The Boxor's legs are linked by a series of elastic bands and gears to its arms - push up on a foot and the arm on that side swings forward to bop a Bohrok on the nose. It works like a suspension system and ends up being a very clever and fun design, since the boxing action can be controlled by placing the Boxor on the ground and rocking it back and forth to make the arms alternate, or pushing straight down to make both swing out at the same time.