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The RX-78-2, the original "Gundam", is where it all started and this was another new beginning for the franchise.
This kit was designed for the 30th anniversary of Gundam to launch a new and ambitious line of products from the best model kit maker on the planet, to take the experience a step further.
What they ended up releasing was a stunning looking kit with impressive detail even for a Master Grade kit, in a 1/144th scale, but it comes with its own share of problems.
When Bandai decided to create the line, the focus was to be on a pre-assembled inner frame that could be cut off the runner and already have a range of motion, which is hard to overstate just how impressive that technology is and is absolutely fascinating to read about. However, it has its issues, one of which is that these limbs lose their stiffness over time and any arm extended out will inevitably droop and be unable to hold a weapon, a hard truth for a model kit and there is no remedy to fix these parts, beyond gluing the model in place.
For this kit, it is especially true as it is the first of its kind and even built out of the box there is a palpable difference between kits, even others that use the same technology and the joints are immediately much weaker on this kit.
Something else is that Bandai introduced much tighter tolerances with this line, that no High Grade or even Master Grade could match, with hundreds of tiny pieces covering the inner frame to build up an absolutely stunning and highly detailed exterior with color separation everywhere in several tones of the same colors.
I have collected quite a few RG kits and I have yet to build one that has had as much emphasis on separated panels, but the end result is overdesigned, finicky to work with due to the tiny parts and while the tolerances are comparatively amazing to anything else, they are not perfect on this kit and it suffers for it. If you knock this kit over, something will fall off and more often than not it will be several pieces, especially around the shoulders, its thrusters and whatever it's holding in its hands. The entire arm came off at one point, despite not even being hit hard. I am experienced with over 20 years of building models, on and off, and this one still gave me some headaches.
The hands on this kit are articulated, but that means they are weak and can only hold on to things via the tab on the handle of the rifle or bazooka. Similarly the shield is attached to its forearm, as with many other kits, and the fit is so shallow that it holds it worse than the majority of HG kits.
Impressively they recreated the 'Core Fighter' which actually slots into the middle of this kit and holds the torso and legs together, however I strongly advise not to do this, as you have a separate option of a "fake" core fighter that can take its place, which will severely weaken the build further. Instead you can have both displayed, which Bandai planned for with that fake core.
The kit includes a colossal decal sticker sheets, almost all of which are optional. Be sure to follow the instructions carefully as a lot of these are to be placed internally (they show through), so you place them as you build it.
Why the low rating? Is it a bad kit?
It's reflective of what Bandai makes now, not what the kit was when it was made. You can't hold this up against newer RG kits like the Wing Gundam, Nu Gundam, Sazabi, Force Impulse and many other RG kits, as those are much more stable and more appropriately designed.
It's not a bad kit for its time, but today this is a nuisance to work with, especially if you're new to the hobby.
However, When I look at this kit, I am extremely impressed with what they managed in 2010 and how ambitious they were. It looks utterly amazing, not just by the standard then, but today!
If it is appreciated for what it is, the first version of a new line, the first version where they tried multiple new features and processes and with the scope and ambition in mind when they designed this, then you are gifted with a beautiful kit that will make you smile despite its flaws whenever you look at it. Just don't touch it after you're done and lock that sucker behind glass.
RG has since this kit become, in my eyes, the best line that Bandai makes. Perfect Grades are special in their own right and the scale of Master Grade kit allows for mechanics that are hard to replicate on a smaller scale, but Real Grade has come so far along that the newest kits are near perfect. Bandai has mastered their trade and some of the best kits of all times are found here. Just maybe start with a different kit first.
There's a few small issues; The lens on the chest needs to be glued in and carefully at that. The other is that the head fit is so tight, that you might need to carefully file down the pegs or drill out the holes a bit, otherwise you'll get one mother of a seamline.
There is no cockpit (and therefore not one available to open) and unlike other kits, there is no miniature pilot.
With that out of the way, the reimagining of the titular Wing Gundam, from the show 'Gundam Wing' (creative, I know) is excellent. The wings are truly phenomenal in how they split in several locations, in order to make them look truly impressive, something that the original design never quite managed - In fact it suffered from looking quite generic, until it was replaced with the Wing Zero version with "feathered" angelic wings.
The chest section is split into three parts, which are articulated and give the model a larger range of articulation. The shield splits in order to reveal the beam saber and then there are the two transformations, including the new "bird mode" which was never a part of the show, but it's welcome all the same.
Regarding the transformation, it works as it should and it won't fall apart. As for what it looks like, it is what it is, this is a mobile suit from the 90's and unlike the very complicated Zeta Gundam, this one is far simpler. Still, they've managed to make more out of it than it originally was and done a great job at that.
As there is with many RG kits, there's a huge sheet of optional decal stickers.
The goal of Real Grade is to "upgrade" kits to answer the question of 'what if this was built in real life' and to add as much detail and as many mechanics as they can in a small package. For this one, the added goal was to make an homage to the TV/show version, which means it has saturated/deeper colors which might not appeal to everyone.
This is not an ambitious kit, it's not flashy and it's not overloaded with intricate mechanics. What it is, is exactly what they set out to do, which was to make the best version of the Wing Gundam and they succeeded. Get a stand with it and let those wings soar.
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MG RX-0 Unicorn Gundam 03 Phenex 1/100
First of all, it has a massive cannon on its forehead. I mean... c'mon. How awesome is that?
It's a bit of a weird kit in that this is first and foremost a transforming Gundam and while I haven't tried all, it's undoubtedly one of the best ever made. The only 'partsforming' piece is the gun itself, which attaches as a new cockpit.
So yeah, if you think it looks a bit plain and has odd parts, that's why.
A flaw on this kit, if you can call it that, is that in order to actually aim the gigantic gun straight ahead, you have to finagle and mess around with the massive shoulder plate to fit it.
Aesthetically it's a very blocky mobile suit with a bunch of seemingly random stuff attached to it, but it's quite a bit more massive and larger than the average MG kit.
The transformation is not easy, but for a model kit it's top notch with some interesting engineering, such as the lower legs that can rotate inside of the leg in order to reveal a thruster and hide the foot.
It doesn't transform in that awkward "turn the head and hope no one looks underneath" kind of way, it's actually a comprehensive transformation and the whole thing can split into two flight units.
I will say though that the flight mode despite the large wings and massive thrusters, it's not the most convincing looking flier. It's a brick with wings and a long cockpit. It feels fairly solid, but I wouldn't trust it on a single base. You can, but it's going to feel dodgy.
The beam sabers are absurdly huge; They're the size of chopsticks, which is fun. You get enough parts to make an extra core flier, which is neat. Not much else to say, there's nothing wrong with it. If you like how it looks, it'll be an impressive and large model in your collection.
Der er få ting at klage over med det her kit. Udover et par dele som kan komme løs, som rustningen over albuerne, og leddene som benene sidder fast på, er det ellers meget solidt. Den ser fantastisk ud i både den nye og den gamle konfiguration, og kan holde nærmest alle de stillinger man kan drømme om. Jeg ville lave den igen hvis jeg kunne.
Super fin lille udgave af Barbatos gundam. Nem at samle og igen hurtigt levering.
Denne udgave kom med 2 frams SD og CS, har indtil vidre kun samlet den i SD.
Gundam Age was critisized for being too much for kids, but I feel that people forgot that a large part of Gundam was always child-like innocence and a sense of wonder, which Age did well, while also having more mature themes of coping with lost loved ones and witnessing terrible things, with the danger of still much more to lose.
Gundam Age Titus is one of the evolutions of the modular AGE 1 Gundam, which specializes in brute melee combat with its oversized fists and built in beam saber tech.
Performing various wrestling movies, it can shoulder charge with beams coming from the oversized round shoulders, make beam knee-attacks and a beam lariat (clotheshanger) from its wrist.
In model kit terms it means it comes with two attachable (parts forming) beam lariats (circles) that attach to the wrists and 14 saber parts for the knees and shoulders. Its fists are oversized, made for punching, though there are no other hands included.
The shoulders and wrists extend to go into 'beam mode'.
It's a cute kit that is designed with a kid's fantasy in mind, where things are oversized and there's a huge spoiler on the back of it.
The articulation is fine, only a little limited and while the upper body can pop off a bit easier than most kits, it can be solved by adding something to the polycap ball that holds it, or the slot which it goes into.
If you like fighting Gundams, you shouldn't miss this kit.
Den er meget god til at pose dine gundams i alle vinkler! Den har også en rigtig god pris! 5/5
Den er meget nem og hurtig at bygge og den ser rigtig sej ud! Ville anbefale den til en hvis man er begynder! 5/5
This is the first kit featuring a 2.0 Core Gundam, which is the little Gundam inside that you attach extending parts to.
It comes with a large sniper, 3 camera drones, a “shield” and a stand which is a nice little get.
The kit looks nice, but it has its issues.
The drones on the shoulders don’t stay up on it well, they tend to slide back down.
The shield (looks like a red jet) struggles to stay on the backside of the large version as a back skirt and constantly falls off, as well as gets in the way.
The little red tabs inside of it are small and break easily (easily fixable with superglue or plastic cement).
Since the whole thing is littered with detachable parts, it is hard to handle/pose without something falling off or getting in the way.
It’s not a bad kit, it’s just a little overdesigned.
This is a neat little kit based on the ‘Gundam Wing’ Leo grunt kits.
Essentially what they’ve done is add more parts for a different chest, shoulder and head options for the Build Diver show, but you can build a normal Leo in the desaturated purple color and have it stand with the normal green ones as an officer version.
It is very simple to build as these are designed for you to buy a ton and easily assemble them all.
With it come the same flaws as the Leo kits, in that the ankle armor tends to pop off on a whim, or every time you pose it.
It’s a small annoyance and it stays on it if you leave it alone.
I like this easy grunt kit, the extra options are fun.
Like all the Origin Zaku kits, it’s solid. If you‘ve built one, you’ve built them all and that’s a good thing, as you want some uniformity in the army you’re building up of these guys.
Like the others, the sides of the chest turn inwards to give a better shoulder angle.
It comes with two waist mounted cannons and an interchangable shoulder weapon in the form of a large cannon or a gatling gun.
By using the gatling you detach one of the side cannons, but tou can keep it and plug the chainbelt into the back instead of attaching extra bits.
There are also two axes, one in stored form to attach on a sideskirt.
There is a large detail sticker sheet, which is nice for options, though you should note that the red lines tend to peel and might need superglue to fix the ends in place - That or you varnish the whole thing.
The new HG ‘Gundam Wing’ kits (along with Sandrock and Deathscythe) are Some of the better HG kits, in that they’re solid and elegantly simple rather than being simplistic.
This is the true to TV animation Heavyarms version.
It comes with its shield, gatling gun and a foldable blade on its opposite arm.
You can stire the gun/shield on the back and attach a hand instead.
The shoulders, chest and leg pods can open to reveal detailed weaponry.
This kit features a hinge that enables a deeper ab crunch and the back skirt is also articulated.
My only complaint is that the two blue arrows on the chest are sticker color corrected. I reccommend painting them with acrylics instead.
I reccommend this along with the Sandrock and new Deathscythe kits, as well as the new 2021 RG Gundam Wing.
At this time, Shenlong is still not out.