"With Magno power action, firing fists and missiles-leader of the mighty Magno powered Micronauts"
Released in 1977, Force Commander was molded in a bright shiny white with red highlights, and was a boxed item packed in a styrofoam tray. The magnetic ball/socket joints allowed the figure to have many points of articulation. He was also compatible with the 5mm peg system, and came with 2 white universal magnetic ball joints which helped with the magno interchangeability.

Other accessories included a large 5mm adaptor (which held the rockets to the back), three small red missiles which shot from a stomach port, and four fists ( two which shot from the forearms, and two extra for when you lost them). Along with the universal joint that fit in with the backpack, it included two large white missile holders, replete with 5mm pegs, and two large cone shaped red missiles. Any missiles could be fired from any port.
Although when first opened, Force Commander was a milky white, over time the plastic is known to yellow and look very dingy. This is probably due to the cheap plastic used in production. There are 2 known variations with Force Commander. The Japan version has smaller red eyes, mouth piece and "breathing tubes" , and the head is mostly hollow. The Hong Kong version is altogether larger with bigger eyes, mouth piece and tubes, and is solid plastic. "Hong Kong" is stamped on the backside of the one figure, while "Made in Japan" is stamped on the underside of the foot of the other.
An almost identical version of Force Commander was released by the Hourtoy co. as Captain Cosmo, replacing the small belly missile for a large rubber tipped one. A gray version Captain Cosmo was also released by M&D Toys as part of their Inter-changeables line.

"The Galactic Stallion with Magno Power Action and missiles, Vehicle for the Leader of the Micronauts"
Released in 1977, a boxed item packed in a plastic tray, Oberon followed the same basic color pattern as Force Commander, molded entirely in white. He also suffers from the same fate as his magno-counterpart, the curse of yellowing with age.

The pictures on the box show a slightly different Oberon than was widely released. The box shows all accessories in white, with the exception of the red missiles. White missile launchers, white universal joints (magnetic ball joints which held the missile launchers to the magnetic sockets on the sides of the body),4 white wheels (2 small with rubber treads, 2 large), and 4 white wheel covers or hubs.While the actual wheel covers remained white, the wheels themselves were red, as were the universal joints, and the missile launchers were white with red ends. When the shaft of the wheel cover was placed thru the hole in the wheel, they could be attached to the main torso in place of the legs to form a tank vehicle.
Other removable parts included the tail and 4 hooves, which along with the missiles came packed on a small plastic tree. Later releases included a more rounded tail and missiles possibly for safety purposes. Removal of the horses head allowed the figure to be placed in its spot to form a centaur. Oberon was also packaged with a small sticker sheet.
A kind of opposite color schemed Oberon was released by Hourtoy as the Cosmo Steed, while sharing the same name a gray version was put out by M&D Toys.