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Are we staying in our lane if we say that the tables have turned and now the HGBF line is the Bandai Frame Arms Girls? No? Okay, we didn't say that.
This kit represents a bold new direction in the... (learn more)
We can't even lie, this is just Super Fumina with less clothes. Like that's seriously what it is.
Alright alright, that's not REALLY the whole story, and to be honest, Bandai makes a point of sayi... (learn more)
Well you can't really fault them for trying to do their own Frame Arms Girl thing. The next in the line of strange robot/girl fusions in the HGBF line is Gyanko! It comes with the dual shields and Gya... (learn more)
Has this gone far enough? Honestly, it probably went far enough last year, but Bandai is still going strong. Now you can have a Super Fumina that's some kind of pink angel nurse robot?? Where does thi... (learn more)
Well it was only a matter of time! Surprisingly not an Armor Girls Project release, the Super Fumina kit from the final episode of Build Fighters Try is joining the ranks of the HGBF line! Complete wi... (learn more)
If Kotobukiya somehow were able to put an original character into Peach Beach Splash, we have to guess this is what she'd look like. Megami Device is a series of plastic model kits that allow you to a... (learn more)
"Kira Yamato, heading out!"
The Realistic Model Series catapult deck collection expands even more with the long-awaited Archangel Catapult Deck from Mobile Suit Gundam SEED! The model is an impress... (learn more)
You know that badass brooding mobile suit facing away from the camera in the Battlogue poster? That's this guy! It looks like an insane combination of elements of Freedom Gundam, Destiny Gundam, and a... (learn more)
One Word: Adorable!
I actually waited a good while before trying my hand with an Figure type kit like Sarah here. The Fumina era ones never did catch my eye, nor did the Rinko kit. I seen that Bandai stepped up their game with Nami, and now we have Sarah here. Absolutely fun to build, And due to how her body structure is you can have her in a great many dynamic and natural looking poses. While she doesn't come with any weapons of any kind, her holding hands make it possible for her to hold a menagerie of weapons. Not gonna lie, the MS Mode head does make her look nightmarish, but in an odd cute kinda way. But if you're a fan of this character, this kit of her is a definite recommend!
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Sarah appears in the "bobble-headed MS Girl kit" line; as opposed to the Figure-Rise like like Nanami.
The front of her head and her upper arms can be replaced with robot-looking appendages. And that might reduce her cuteness. But she's just as workable comparing to the other MS Girl kits. A MUST-HAVE if you still like to challenge yourself with MS Girls.
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