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Amazing Build! Overall a pretty fun kit. For the price point ($12 currently), it delivers a pretty good value, desp ...
Simple design, love it Mine is in exposition in a hobby shop in close to Seattle, wa. I miss him in a way that I get a se ...
Awesome and simple design! This was one of the best inexpensive kits in any line. Details are amazing. Weapons are very cool.
Amazing Build! Overall a pretty fun kit. For the price point ($12 currently), it delivers a pretty good value, despite a couple caveats.
Poseability is great. I've come to expect that from the HG IBO line. Plenty of panel lining options, which is great if that's your thing. Not too many stickers which is a plus. Build is fairly simple, but is right in line with this price point.
There were a couple flaws with this kit. Firstly, if you want to pose with that massive sword, you had better learn to tighten up your joints. I used some clear coat nail polish on the ball joints at the wrist and shoulder, and now he can hold the sword like a champ. However, despite my best efforts at tightening up the cylindrical chest joint used for ab crunching, that sword just weighs him down too much. All in all though, a few tweaks and his poseability is great.
As far as the look is concerned, I only dislike a few aspects of this kit. The blue was too light for my taste. Some paint would help this kit immensely, but I'm not so much into painting. The overall look is not too bad though. The trapezius area in the shoulders has no bulk, leading to a pretty sparse look. The chest plate is also a little to boxy for my taste. It may be faithful to the show's design, but I haven't seen the show yet.
All in all, this kit provides a great value with it's posing options and its price point. Is not a hyper impressive gunpla, but it's a solid entry in the IBO line.
Simple and satisfying If you're a fan of the IBO kits, then any of the Astaroth designs will impress you. From the Demolition Knife, to the Sub Knuckle, to the asymmetrical design and colour palette, this kit demands shelf presence
Unique but unbalanced The one downside to this model is that the left arm is so much bigger, making it difficult to pose (and the long sword doesn't really help). Still a really cool and unique design.
Astroth Demon Did this a little after I did barbatos lupis, was a lot smaller then I thought but still a cool and fun Gundam to build. Love the IBO designs with the inner frame and outer armor i find it pretty realistic.
Cool design Not Practical The biggest thing this kit suffers from is the fact that it still just uses your typical HG ball and socket joint in the shoulder, but it's got a massive arm and weapons. Even with clear coat it just won't hold up so posing this thing can be difficult, but all things considered I love this kit.
Extra parts which are great for custom builds as well.
Unique design The asymmetrical design will make it stand out amongst your collection. The giant demolition knife helps round out the overall unique design of the kit. Solid build and highly poseable.
Finishing: Top Coat/Super Clear
You don’t need cement.
You don’t need paint.
Recommended for 15 years & up
Overall a pretty fun kit. For the price point ($12 currently), it delivers a pretty good value, despite a couple caveats. Poseability is great. I've come to expect that from the HG IBO line. Plenty ...
Mine is in exposition in a hobby shop in close to Seattle, wa. I miss him in a way that I get a second kit and re do it. ...