Due to popular demand, I now present to you a 1/144 Devil Gundam out of the box build review. This kit when built is as tall as a regular 1/100 scale Gundam. Sadly being a no grade 1/144 kit, it is nothing but a hollow shell, inside there are only polycaps. Still, I give it a 8/10 rating. The Devil Gundam 144 scale model kit was known to be a rare kit because it has been discontinued for a very long time. But I guess Bandai does reward its fans in many ways — why??? It seems obvious that a re-issue of this kit has been made. Thanks to Bandai OR if ever somebody did hoard the kits and released them recently :). I heard that when it first came out it was only 350 pesos or something like that. When it became rare, prices could reach up to 2500 pesos. But this time we were able to get it for an average price of 850.
Nuff said, now moving on to the review. 🙂
Made sure to get two in case this kit goes out of stock again…
little devil G wants to be in the picture too :p
According to the pic on the box, Devil Gundam Final Form is around 23 meters high
1 polycap set
1 foil sticker set for eyes and vents
1 paged manual
The one paged manual
I just noticed that the hidden side of the armors are roughly done. You can see on the pictures how crude the surface is. But at least it is on the inside. How lucky we are that Bandai kits today are in good quality.
ARM and SHOULDER unit
nothing too complicated
hands are just polycaps
can bend that much
really tiny head
This spine looks like a giraffe
foil stickers on eyes
This is the is more like the WAIST unit
Lets! Volt! In!
I used the long spine here
Here is the other spine and the Flight mode mask for the waist
white background please!!!
DEVIL GUNDAM – Final Form
I really think this is the Flight Mode. Noticed the face mask is now attached.
To achieve this look, you just need to fold the legs backwards.
against SD Devil Gundam
against SD Astray,1/144 Spiegel and MG 1/100 Deathscythe EW
against MG 1/100 Deathscythe EW
Spiegel: You and me Devil Gundam 1 on 1! Mano y mano!
Devil Gundam: Why? what did I do?
Some of my built and displayed G Gundam kits and figures
those at the back are the 1/60 Shining Gundam and God Gundam while the big SD God Gundam is the SD Archive version.