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Looks cool but at a cost
This kit is a very good looking one but with some pretty bad flaws. The clear parts are great. The j ...
My son loves it
My son couldn’t be any happier with this
pieces are tricky and an old build but looks awesome when done
After the successful and unique first release of the Banshee Norn in Unicorn Mode, the awesome mobile suit is getting the same treatment again in Destroy Mode! Featuring translucent parts for the entire inner frame and the new Destroy Mode Armed Armor DE, this kit will have everything you could want from the follow-up Banshee Norn release.
With new Unicorn visual material comes new Unicorn model kits! This release has the Unicorn in its standard red psychoframe color, this time packing roughly a zillion accessories! The set comes with *... (learn more)
The massive beauty is back, this time in updated (aka "not brown this time, for real guys") colors with extra parts for the Episode 7 version! This kit includes parts for both the original and the Epi... (learn more)
Oh my goodness, oh my goodness. We usually like to say things like, "This will be the center of your collection," but you might have to ditch all your other kits to make room for this ABSOLUTE MAMMOTH... (learn more)
In honor of the final episode of Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn, the Kshatriya is getting a release exactly as it appears in the final battle! The legs and arms have been completely remolded, and two mass... (learn more)
Full Armor Unicorn Gundam from Gundam UC Episode 7 is finally being released in Destroy mode! For many ambitious builders, the only way to recreate this kit in the past was to find a convention-exclus... (learn more)
Designated with the number of the beast, NZ-666 Kshatriya is one devastatingly powerful Mobile Suit that's to be feared, especially when it is equipped with multiple beam cannons on its chest and bind... (learn more)
Let's go!! Purple Grimgerde!! Tallgeese stuff right here!!
Anyway, we're early on post-announcement and we've seen this thing referred to as a couple things (Sigrun, Siegrune, Gikurune), so we'll h... (learn more)
Hmmmm, did we miss something? No more Schwalbe Graze, just Schwalbe now? There isn't too much information about how this kit will differ from the existing Schwalbe Graze kits aside from color and acce... (learn more)
More Urdr-Hunt model kits? We'll take it! This is some kind of Astaroth Origin meets Vidar stuff going on and it looks awesome! The Gundam Frame on this kit has been updated slightly to accommodate ne... (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)
Looks cool but at a cost
This kit is a very good looking one but with some pretty bad flaws. The clear parts are great. The joints on the knees, ankles, and elbows are weak. This kit really need an action base just to do any pose besides standing. Painting the joints is highly recommended. Also, this kit has a lot of gold stickers. Painting this is also recommended.
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A Flashy Banshee With Extra Parts!
Before you continue further, if you really give this kit the respect it deserves, please for the love of Katoki, use gold paint on the gold injected parts.
In terms of regular HG's, the Banshee Norn NTD-mode is an impressive kit to look at. Posing opportunities are plentiful and the clear plastic psyco-frame looks amazing snapped together. My two biggest issues with the kit are that loads of stickers for color correction you get, and the excessive amount of stuff that just feels like they have been tacked onto it, these parts being the folded out 'mane' of the Banshee Norn as well as the grenade canister that attaches onto the back right butt flap. Glue or liquid cement would be highly recommended.
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