Very cute super-deformed Blitz Gundam comes with all the weapons you might want in a palm-sized robot! Molded in colour; snap-fit assembly; stickers are included for details.
This fantastic little super-deformed version of Gundam Astray Gold Frame comes in colored and gold-plated plastic runners with polycaps for joints. It comes with all the weapon loadouts as seen in “Gundam Seed Astray.” With parts that snap together easily, Gundam Astray Gold Frame requires no cement or paint to complete, although paint would add a realistic appearance to the final product.
Born from the collaboration between Bandai Namco Games, Bandai, Sunrise, and Banpresto for their “Harmony of Gundam” project, the Gundam GP02A Type-MLRS Physalis is a new, enhanced version of the classic Gundam GP02A created especially for the new “MS Gundam: Bonds of the Battlefield” arcade game. This HGUC kit of the Physalis comes equipped with a multiple launch rocket system and beam bazooka as used in the arcade game, and its signature radiator shield and beam saber. The multiple launch rocket system features openable hatches, and you can choose to attach either the rocket system or its beam bazooka to its back. Another excellent HGUC kit from Bandai!
Gundam MG RX-78-4 Gundam Scale 1/100
Fantastic little injection-plastic kit of Athrun Zala’s Saviour Gundam. Molded all in colour and featuring snap-fit assembly (and polycaps at the joints for poseability when complete), it’s a great kit for beginner modellers, or just to keep your hands busy on a rainy day. Foil stickers are included for detail, as usual!
Very nice 1/144 scale snap-together model of the Destiny Gundam is all molded in colour, has stickers for detail and polycaps for the joints. A good kit for beginners, or just for an afternoon’s distraction.
Fan favorite Crossbone Gundam is back for another Master Grade treatment following its recent “Ver.Ka” MG kit released in September 2006! This modified version, designated as Crossbone Gundam X-1 “Skull Heart,” comes with its signature Full Cloth mantle and armaments as seen in the popular “Mobile Suit Crossbone Gundam” manga. Its weaponry and accessories include screw whip, brand marker (beam shield), peacock smasher (beam crossbow/9 beam gun), beam sabers, heat daggers, buster gun, Muramasa blaster, and Zanbuster. The skulls from its Full Cloth mantle can be placed on each hand and act as boxing gloves for that extra punching power! Stickers and markings sheets are included for decorating the completed kit.
This is the Tohou Gundam, complete with dragon sabre, karaoke machine and microphones (just in case he has to sing in a battle situation, you never know). The kit is injection plastic parts, pre-coloured, and they snap together for a quick assembly; included are stickers for the eyes, the pattern on the sabre, et cetera. His arms and feet are jointed with polycaps.
, Recommended age group: 5 – NaN years, Manufacturer: Bandai
Bandai treats fans to another great MG “Ver. 2.0″ update of the Zaku II, this time the custom space-type Zaku II of the Black Trinity! Based on the version in the “M.S.V.” (Mobile Suit Variations) series, this highly anticipated update of 1999’s MG MS-06R Zaku II Black Trinity has sharp new features made possible by today’s advanced injection molding technology: individually articulated fingers (no more swapping around with other fixed-pose optional hands!); cockpit hatch that slides up to reveal the detailed cockpit; pilot seat that can switch sides from left to right by turning a lever; and best of all, its inner mechanical frame and overall body design uses the same molds as the MG Zaku II Ver. 2.0 that boasts wildly articulated joints to set it in just about any action pose you can think of! This is not only a great improvement over the 1999 MG kit, but is also more accurately detailed to its M.S.V. design!::This space-type Mobile Suit is a distinctively customized Zaku II with the Black Trinity’s color scheme, additional thrusters on its legs, and a jet pack attachment on its back for increased mobility. Sharply molded in color, this snap-fit assembly kit does not require any cement or paint to complete (of course, the use of paint will improve the appearance of a finished model). Sheets of foil stickers, decal stickers, and dry-transfer stickers are provided, along with original markings for you to add your own custom details upon completion of the kit. Weapons and accessories include a heat hawk, Zaku machine gun, giant bazooka rocket version, Zaku bazooka, and two types of blade antennas (normal type and stabilizer type). Six 1/100-scale unpainted Black Trinity pilot figures–two apiece of Gaia, Ortega, and Mash (one standing and one sitting)–complete this highly recommended kit! (Get three to complete the Black Trinity team and display them performing their signature Jet Stream attack!)
Here’s the latest eye-popping Bandai engineering masterpiece, the very busy ZZ Gundam from the series of the same name. And you know it wouldn’t be a proper Master Grade kit unless it could do all the transformations seen in the show, as well. There are well over 500 parts here that go together to create a robot that can switch between the massive G-Fortress flyer, the core base, core top and core fighter individual units, plus of course the actual ZZ Gundam itself. Sure, there’s a lot of adjusting necessary to make everything work, but that’s the fun part of these now isn’t it? The kit is a mostly standard Master Grade release, and for those of you who have never built one, that means it’s incredible! Inner detail is not as good as some other MG releases, but given the nature of the ZZ, that’s not surprising. Fully posable hands are just part of the completely posable structure that lets you duplicate virtually any scene you can think of. Comes with two beam sabers, and a huge double cannon.