- Name: Sazabi
- Release Date:
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- Char. Design: Yutaka Izubuchi
- Toy Design: Yuji Karasawa
- Scale: 1/163
Review by JoshB
As I cull through the box of debris from my old office, I keep finding new and interesting treasures. The box is your average office copier paper box, but the contents are an interesting look into my toy buying history.
This MSIA Sazabi had been on the shelf in my office for years. I think I bought it at KayBee back when Gundam was winding down. I have always been a sucker for the Sazabi design, and this toy is actually rather large and bulky. It’s loaded with accessories and decently poseable. What’s not to like?
Every once in a while I would give Sazabi a new weapon, or make him battle it out with the other toys on my shelves. But for the most part, he gathered dust. A silent guardian of my workspace, he would watch as I toiled away in my life as a web designer.
Now that he is no longer at work I don’t know what to do with him. Most of my Gundam has been put away or sold. He would look odd amongst all the chogokin.
Sazabi comes with a slew of accessories, including various swords, guns, and small bombs called Fin Fannels. The holders for these open up and the individual pods are removable. He’s made out of a hard rubber, and can move in all the right places.
He is really a nice figure, but I have moved beyond Gundam.
Do you want this figure? Leave a comment below and I will randomly pick one CollectionDX member to receive it!
|Posted 16 April, 2007 - 13:11 by JoshB|