This Korean line claiming to be Captain Power was made by Kangnam Model and, as far as knockoffs go, has a lot going for it. First, the color scheme is a pretty good fit with those seen in the original line, plus it includes decals!
The figure, numbered "set NO-8000", is basically a red Mars-Bit except for some green accent pieces and his back armor, which is the more streamlined piece from Jupiter-Bit complete with wing attachment points. Unlike most knockoffs, instead of just the base chest armor piece, they created a unified part that replicates the look of both pieces.
Since the Jupiter-Bit armor is a different shape the front and back armor desn't line up properly. And, unlike the original release, it connects to the backpack connection point via a post - the original hole has been covered with a plate bearing the number 1.
The packaging is very similar to the original release in size and layout.
Accessories for the figure are all provided on trees, although mine only came with one set of boot braces. Try Shot is cast in silver-grey and scotch taped to the red Black Chamber insert.
Instructions and Decals
The instructions for this release were printed in black and white on the back of the box.
As you can see above, the instructions are from Mars-Bit and show the original back armor.
Also, the decals shown in the instructions are not the same as what is included in the box. Additional text was added to the top of both decal sheets. The main sheet has graphics in different locations and till shows both "Try Shot" and the ZAC logo. The smaller sheet still shows "Police" on the earpiece decals. On both sheets, in the spots where they did change "Police" to "Power" they use the Captain Power font instead of the more plain one found on the final decals.
The decal sheets are rather poorly printed, unevenly cut and difficult to read. But, they do include the majority of the original decals. The only decal I found missing is the white warning from the back of the Black Chamber case.
"Police" and "Try Shot" have been changed to "Power". The ZAC logo has been changed to the logo from the front of the box which appears to be a headless variation of the Captain Power eagle logo.
Although I've only seen this one example, the "1" on the box makes me hold out hope there are other releases from this line out there. The silver and red deco shown on the box would look pretty good in real life.
Know Anything About This Line?
Please let me know what's missing! You will be credited for any information you can provide.