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Great kit, some finicky flaws
Easy and fun to assemble and great design. Skirts pop off incredibly easily and the wings can be a l ...
The Deathscythe Hell as it appears in the Endless Waltz OVA is here! Based on the same inner frame as the MG Wing kit, it will have superb levels of poseability when assembled. This MG kit will come with the famous beam scythe as well as the bat wing-like cloak that can be opened. There’s not much to be said about this kit; the pictures speak for themselves!
At long last, it's here! The fan-favorite TV version (almost) of Wing Gundam Zero is getting the MG makeover, and it will be a thing of beauty. Featuring full transformation between MS Mode and Bird m... (learn more)
Gundam Heavyarms as it appears in the Endless Waltz: The Glory of Losers manga is here as a Master Grade kit! Among its many gimmicks are fully articulated missile pod hatches, so you can open or clos... (learn more)
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This is a repackaged version of the MG Wing Gundam Ver.Ka to commemorate the release of the Gundams from the Gundam Wing series into the EW ver. MG line up! The difference between this and the older v... (learn more)
Following Wing Gundam, next up for the MG remakes is Gundam Deathscythe! This version of the Deathscythe is a fusion between the original suit and the one seen in Endless Waltz. This was built around ... (learn more)
What if we told you that the mobile suit designs in seen in Endless Waltz are canonically no different from the mid-season upgrades the original five Gundams got in the TV series, that the differences... (learn more)
Move over IBO, it looks like SEED is the new point of focus for the Full Mechanics line! What a weird world we live in.
Anyway, we can see why this can't be a Master Grade kit given the amount of g... (learn more)
We will not lie to you; we've built the original MG Rick Dom kit, and that thing was solid and awesome. We really can't tell how they would improve on it given the bulk of the legs and the fact it alr... (learn more)
We were a little confused at the Rick Dom re-release, but the good news is this one seems incredibly full-featured and like 1.5 situation! Think EX-X/Sentinel re-release!
While many parts in this ... (learn more)
Alright, color us COMPLETELY baffled. 1/100 IBO and 1/100 Full Mechanics were always essentially the same thing, but now Full Mechanics is moving to a new series?? What happened to RE/100!!? How are w... (learn more)
Great Kit with difficulty standing
The kit is easy as always to assemble, and has so many different ways to pose it. The only fault I have is the difficulty in having it stand on it's own. But this is in great part due to the wings being so huge! So it's only a minor gripe.
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Overall it's a pretty good build, though the skirt attachments have a tendency to fall off (the sides in particular). The hands are a bit finicky to pose with the scythe until you get it in just the right spot. As always, I really wish Bandai would include water slides rather than those god awful stickers (and dry transfers!). All that being said, this will always be my favorite suit design - those massive wings have no equal!
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The edgiest Gundam name, the spikiest Gunpla model.
1st MG kit I've ever built. Pretty easy and straightforward, no surprises compared to the IBO HG kits I've previously built, other than the increased number of parts, and the entirely Japanese manual.
But there were several frustrating steps that had to be surmounted. Particularly inserting the cheek grills of step 2-2 on the face. The skirts on the waist were also a fidgety nightmare to get on.
The worst part was steps 11-2 and 11-4, which are a mirrored internal parts for the wings. The manual would have you insert the two identical rings PC11 into parts I15 (the right side step 11-2) and I14 (the left side, step 11-4) then it has you put identical pieces I2 into the PC11s. Don't do this. Put in the I2 parts into the PC11s BEFORE you put them in to I15 and I14. You'll have a way easier time.
The only hand options that actually grip the scythe are parts XA9 and XA10, the instructions don't even list them as an option when building the arms. So be aware of that.
It's a sturdy kit, the only problem with posing I had was getting the Scythe to line up in both hands/ arms. And it does take some finagling with the balance to get it to stand with the wings.
Overall a great kit, it does justice to the Goth Gundam.
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