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Bandai Gunpla at the All Japan Hobby and Model Show 2013

Here's some of the Gundam model kits that Bandai is showing off at the All Japan Hobby and Model Show!




Master Grade Gundam X





High Grade Universal Century V2 Gundam





High Grade Universal Century Silver Bullet from Gundam Unicorn MSV




High Grade Strike Gundam (New)





BB Senshi Nu Gundam

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Posted 11 October, 2013 - 10:00 by VF5SS


4 comments posted

We're one step closer to a MG Double X. Hopefully this has a fully transforming shield-rifle.

atom smasher's picture
Posted by atom smasher on 11 October, 2013 - 10:39
SD Ver. KA?

...a super deformed version Ka Nu Gundam?!...... why not.

The new Strike intrigues me. I'm guessing its a new mold for the High Grade All-Generations line.

Good to see the MG Gundam X, but it looks like we're going to see another Universal inner frame like the Wing/SEED-RM series. I can see the fixed pose hand parts like those ones. Hopefully Bandai won't try to milk the X-Divider as another online exclusive like the Tallgeese II.

...meanwhile it's been almost a year, where's the MG AGE-3?

Rob's picture
Posted by Rob on 11 October, 2013 - 11:22

Why, to go with the SD Sazabi of course!

I really hope you're wrong on the universal inner frame for MG. I'm happy we're getting the X, but the beam harmonica would be a cool addition!

Astronopolis's picture
Posted by Astronopolis on 11 October, 2013 - 21:27
GX frame

Well, not to brag from looking at pictures but I'm so far right on all but one guesses I've made about the MG Sazabi Ver Ka. (there's a new pic floating around that show off the head hinting at the dunkable cockpit sphere and what looks like a place setting for an LED module), so my guess for the Gundam X can't be too far off. When I'm wrong I'll be the first to admit it.

I see the X's bicep, elbow, forearm, and knee which look almost identical to what Bandai did with the XXXG series and the hand parts are a tell tale sign of a simplified construction.

We can only wait and see how it all shapes up. Until then, that's one nice looking prototype!

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Posted by Rob on 12 October, 2013 - 09:16