Prepare to fall (with style) in love with an awesome custom figure. An enterprising fan has retooled Hasbro's 6" War Machine from Iron Man Armored Avenger Legends Series line to Star Command specifications. But just what do you call a fusion of Pixar's Buzz Lightyear and Marvel's War Machine?
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