Go-Shooter aka Go-Shuta is a Headmaster junior in the Masterforce series. The Go-Shuta toy is the one of the rarer Masterforce figures. The rarest perhaps being Minerva. The main issue with both Minerva and Go-Shuta is that even if one does find the figures, chances are that they may be yellowed. This is perhaps the key reason why Go-Shutas and Minervas in good condition, and still white, are hard to come by, thus leading to an upward spiral in prices are supply dwindles over the years.
I bought this from a TFW member and fellow Singaporean. It was not cheap, but I was willing to pay a premium to get it in this absolute best, mint condition.
Box = C9.5
Toy = C9.5, bone white, stickers expertly applied and in very good condition
Paperworks = included (missing catalogue)
Comparison with its USA counterpart, Siren. The Siren US box is almost twice the size of the Go-Shooter Japanese box. Goes to show how much 'air' and excess space US boxes contain.
Masterforce Headmaster juniors with their US counterparts. Left to right: Go-Shooter, Siren, Carb/Hosehead, Nightbeat, Minerva
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