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Mass productions be like This was my first mass produced kit and it was fun putting together! The only thing I disliked about ...
buy in bulk I can see myself buying five or more of these for cheap fun. the basic design is growing on me.
This is a very classic model kit It’s a very well constructed kit it’s fun to build and it looks very good. The only downside is that ...
Gundam Series New Mobile Report Gundam Wing
Condition This is a model kit and requires assembly.
PRAISE THE GUNPLA GODS!!! I've been ranting about how we needed a new line of GW kits with all of the OZ mass production units. This is a step in the right direction. I'm hoping we get to see them all including updated versions of the Meecurius and Vayeate.
WHERE IS MY DOBERGUN!? Glad to see the first grunt suit that entered America is getting a kit FINALLY. After so long too! The Leo is already shaping up to be a good kit, I mean just look at the photographs of those joints! My one and only gripe of course is the lack of that beautiful dobergun, which was actually a weapon that could damage or destroy a Gundam!
I saw some dude scratchbuild three of these from the old 1/144 Tallgoose... AAH! This is fantastic. The RG Thickduck and especially this! Thank you Bandai. Much better than all the PetitGuys you've been pooping out. Can't wait
Straight Fire Hands down one of the best beginners kit that you can buy. One of the best things about this kit is the color separation is nearly perfect and accurate! (No stickers!). If you’re just getting into gunpla I’ll highly recommend this kit. Cheap price and a fun build overall.
This is the Gunpla we're looking for! Finally, a squad builder gunpla from Gundam Wing! we need more of these Mobile Suits!
It's on the cheaper side and offer good detail and quality, definitely will sell like hotcakes! please do Aries at least....
Fast, affordable, and quality - pick three I put this Leo together real quick, and I really enjoyed doing so. It was nice to sit down, start, and stand up with a finished product. It looks excellent, and is delightfully poseable. The Gunpla Evolution Project did an excellent job of keeping it simple but workable, plus I got to enjoy putting together just a dumb little grunt unit, which is always nice.
Mass productions be like This was my first mass produced kit and it was fun putting together! The only thing I disliked about it was the nub locations and cleaning them up. Other than that, for the price, the articulation and design is pretty good. I just got a RG Tallgeese and I feel like it could use an entourage of Leos, so I may be buying more!
The fourth installment of the “Gunpla Evolution Project” is the HGAC 1/144 Leo from “Gundam Wing”! The Leo is a mass-produced MS named after the “Leo” constellation. Emphasis has been placed on this kit’s ease of assembly, making it easier for fans to collect and build multiple kits! The new joint structuring on this kit allows for a wide range of articulation and shortens the time required for assembly. The joints can also be fitted later, making the process easier for those who enjoy customizing and painting their kits. The arrangement of the runners have also been reorganized by grouping the parts together to aide in an easy visualization of the kit’s construction such as “leg parts” or “arm parts” in proximity of each other. In addition to ease of assembly, the HG 1/144 Leo also recreates designs and precise details that have been added to this new format such as the usage of clear parts instead of stickers on the main camera on the head. A drum gun, beam sabers, and shield and included and can be stored I the back of the shield. Combine this with other HGAC kits such as the “HGAC 1/144 Wing Gundam” (BAN183663)! Set includes Drum Gun x1, Beam saber x2, and Shield x1. Runner x1. Instruction manual x1.
Finishing: Top Coat/Super Clear
You don’t need cement.
You don’t need paint.
Recommended for 15 years & up
This was my first mass produced kit and it was fun putting together! The only thing I disliked about it was the nub locations and cleaning them up. Other than that, for the price, the articulation and ...
I can see myself buying five or more of these for cheap fun. the basic design is growing on me. ...