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We just want to bring attention to the very strange fact that the first mech released in model kit form from a brand new anime wasn't the main character, but rather.... one from a serialized monthly Hobby Japan side story?? Interesting decision, but we won't complain because the design of this model is so incredible! Plenty of articulation gimmicks and features will give you a ton of posing options upon completion, whether you're familiar with the source material or not!
Not gonna lie, we love this thing. It's like they took all the best weird elements of G-Reco and IBO and crammed them together. Is this some kind of Grimoire Geirail Shiden Catsith? If not, I declare ... (learn more)
We're getting some Gusion Rebake vibes from this kit, except you get a naginata instead of a giant pair of scissors. We'll take that trade! This kit features the same fantastic detail and articulation... (learn more)
I just want to say that the most amazing thing about the engineering of this kit is that they apparently put more parts-per-inch into the shoes than anywhere else in the entire thing. Look at the arti... (learn more)
Watch out, it's the Lupus Rex Dark Matter! As with most kits you definitely know whether you like this or not based on the pictures, but here's some extra info to help your choice: the red bits on the... (learn more)
The AMAIM line is here with a heavy emphasis on articulation and poseability! KENBU has an impressive range of movement thanks to a wide variety of gimmicks in the limbs. The kit can be displayed in i... (learn more)
Reactor online, sensors online, weapons online. All systems nominal.
This was our favorite of the early Kyoukai Senki designs, and revisiting it after almost a full year, we still feel the same! Th... (learn more)
From the 1/24 scale original plastic kit series "Armored Puppet" of CREATIVE FIELD, a new pirate-like aircraft, named "Mr.J", has appeared!
One set includes two types of bodies, "captain" and "sail... (learn more)
20th series of [FURAI MODEL] Windblade is presented !
Size from bottom to top head is ~160mm. This is an modernized and shape optimized Windblade version.
- Good articulation with over 50 movabl... (learn more)
Mechagodzilla MFS-3 "Kiryu" from the 2002 film "Godzilla Against Mechagodzilla".
Under supervision by the film's designer, Mr. Shinji Nishikawa, the model kit has been developed to finest details.
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Are we expected to take this thing seriously as a weapon of war?? I hope not cause I'm not doing that. This is the second coming of Mobile Haro and I won't hear otherwise. This is a fun little guy tha... (learn more)
Fun Little Kit!
I normally don't like HGs, I prefer RGs for 1/144 scale models, but I picked this one up on a whim and I was surprised how much I enjoyed this kit. It's a straight forward build, but the joints all have a great range of motion and I found myself happily posing it while still building it up. It has no trouble holding these poses too! The only down side was the color correcting sticker sheet, it's decently big for a kit this size. Pretty much everything that's yellow/orange that's not on the head is a sticker. However I found it still looks great even without the stickers. If you like the design and are looking for a fun quick build that's a delight to pose, this is a good bet.
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I'll be honest I wasn't sold on the Kyoukai Senki designs initially (except the Bunyip that thing is awesome!) but having now built this kit, Kenbu, & the Bunyip I have come to really appreciate the mechanical design of these mechs a lot. Kyakuchi uses almost the exact frame as Kenbu but has far better accessories in my opinion as it comes with a nearly exact rifle (except with a drum magazine), a proper shield, & the back mounted rocket pod. My only gripe about the design in that the horn feels arbitrarily tacked atop the head & it's connection point on the kit feels a little flimsy.
The kit is of exceptional quality & the part separation is quite good (pic attached does not have stickers). What makes these kits shine is the unique designs & how well they've been executed as models. They are well articulated, nicely detailed, & will surely be excellent kitbash fodder for those who dabble in such things.
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AMAIM equipped with I-LeS (autonomous thinking AI) that appears in the Gaiden "Amaim Warrior Frost Flower" serialized in the monthly Hobby Japan.
- Kai Hojo boarded as a pilot.
- In commercialization, AMAIM was three-dimensionalized after verification of the movable structure by KEN OKUYAMA DESIGN.
- Reproduction of chest cylinder gimmick.
- Various weapons and units can be replaced with hard points and back weapon racks provided in various places.
- Includes marking stickers that can be used on shoulders and shields.
Included: 60mm portable cannon (multi-magazine type) x 1, Quadruple guided bullet carrying launcher x 1, General-purpose carrying shield x 1, Weapon rack x 1, Hand parts Flat hand (left and right), weapon holder (left and right), gun holder (right), Seal x 1, Marking sticker x 1