I happened to stumble upon our Gundam Key Chain collection while I was dusting the cabinet bottom. So I thought why not take some pictures and share them to you guys. We have a bunch of these Gundam Key Chains that came from different sources. Some are still packed, while others are already dirty because they have been displayed in the store shelves. Anyway, I had fun taking photos of these mini Gundams. I plan to remove the chains to have something that looks like a Gundam Converge figure because the bigger ones remind me of them. Hope you enjoy the pictures as much as I did. ^_^
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We have here something that is very old and something that I bought for only 150 pesos hahaha! This is an unboxing review of our High Complete Model (HCM) Johnny Ridden’s Zaku-II (MS-06R-2). This is a 1/144 Gundam figure that was made in the year 1984. It may not look complex or articulated like the Gundam kits we have today, but I am pretty sure that it was the best that they had back in 1984. As the term itself implies, it was supposed to be a high quality figure. In fact, it is as heavy as some 1/100 kits though it is only 1/144. It seems to have some metal parts inside which I cannot easily see. Well, I can’t really complain much since I bought it for a cheap price. hahaha! moving on with the review ^___^
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Finally cleared up some space to do a review of this HUGE guy! Today we are going to review a Gundam Fix Figuration Metal Composite Figure namely the #1003 (MRX-010) Psycho Gundam Mk-II. This is the first GFF Metal Composite figure we have reviewed and I must say that we were really impressed at the detail, quality, weight and size of this mobile suit. It is so cool that you will be sad to keep it inside the box, it must be displayed! I give it a rating of 10/10. Bang for buck wise, you won’t regret it, worth every peso… Its already out of production (afaik) and I really do not know any other figure of the Psycho Gundam Mk-II. So if you get to see one on your local shops, give it a thought and try to check the item yourself. ^__^
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We have here something that has been in our storage for quite a long time already… Below is a Banpresto RX-178 Gundam Mk-II TITANS Head Display. Although it says “head display”, it is more likely both a head and bust display (or perhaps I am wrong). Anyway, the scale of this one is 1/60. The Mobile Suit is made out of a rubbery material and the details are all painted. Just for reference, imagine a 1/60 scale RX-178 Mk-II without its arms, backpack, waist and legs. Then place it in an acrylic display case and put something like a miniature view deck haha. There you go, you have a Banpresto head display case! Check out the pictures below ^__^
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Here is a quick review of the SDGO Sandrock Custom from the popular SD Gundam Online Capsule Fighter Game. Not much accessories coming from this set, but still worth collecting if you are a certified Gundam Wing fan, or if you just love to have the character from the MMORPG. This is the biggest SD figure of Sandrock that I currently know of. The other one which is a model kit is only about 2 inches high while this one is more than 3 inches. Again, SDGO figures are almost the same as the previous SD Archive release. SDGO figures are made of semi rubberized materials, pre-painted, has screws and are bigger than your average SD model kit.
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We have here an unboxing review of the Metal Build (MB) Trans Am 00-Raiser Gundam. Technically, this is the 3rd Metal Build figure released by Bandai. It was sold at the Tamashii Nation 2011 event and was available only at Japan. This is actually the first MB figure Gundam that we have, so I cannot really compare it to the first 2 MB figs. What made us buy this Trans Am 00 Raiser are the colors used to depict Trans Am mode. IMHO this is the best representation of the Trans-Am mode… It looks so elegant and sophisticated. You can still appreciate the color separation unlike the overly pink trans am that we all know.
“This MB Trans AM 00 Raiser figure has a PEARL PURPLE coating all over the figure which was NOT CAPTURED properly by the camera” – you would definitely need to see this one in person to appreciate it more…
The colors are just amazing… the multi-tone effect created by the pearl finish was simply a nice sight to behold. The WHITE PARTS are actually light purple in color.
It changes between blue-purple-pink-frost depending on the angle of the light touching it.
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I don’t really know whether this Banpresto made Deluxe Char Figure is a 1/7 scale or 1/6 scale… But I am leaning towards 1/7 scale. Anyway, there are two types of this Deluxe Char figure that I know of. One is what we are going to review now, the one with the mask on… and the other one — well you guess it…without the mask. This figure’s height is about 8 inches. Has some some quality issues like some sections not painted and not so good details on the torso part. Probably was meant to be a prize for some mini lottery or was intended to be a low priced figure in the first place. Sells around 800 YEN in Japan…
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Could not resist the excitement! We decided to do an unboxing review ASAP of the first Armor Girls Project figure namely MS Girl Wing Gundam (EW Version). It is “EW version” because the armor that MS Girl is wearing came from Wing Gundam Endless Waltz version model kit. This MS Girl was released recently, around mid of May 2012 for the price of 4800 yen and got it for around 2900 pesos here in the Philippines. The box’s size and weight are around 24 x 24 x 5.2 cm / 392g. This kit offers attachable armor parts, original posing gimmicks and compatibility with Gundam Wing Robot Spirits titles. This figure is soooo CUTE that you will get really attached with her. On to the review! ^_^
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We have here an unboxing review of Bandai’s Formania Sazabi MSN-04 Neon Zeon Char Aznable Mobile Suit. The FORMANIA line is targeted towards Gundam Collectors who value form, design and detail. Bandai was already successful with the release of the Formania Nu Gundam, but the Formania Sazabi proved far more better than it’s predecessor. Formania Sazabi has so many details that some modelers use it as basis for customizing their kits. It weighs around 1400g and has a dimension of 8.5″ x 8.5″ x 10.5″ (inches) when displayed. It was released on September 2010 and was priced at ¥18,000. There is only one word to describe Formania Sazabi — AWESOME!
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We have here today an unboxing review of an MSIA Psycho / Psyco Gundam. On the box it is written as PSYCO Gundam instead of PSYCHO. PSYCO is the correct term because it refers to Psycommu System that is used by Newtypes in the series Mobie Suit Gundam Zeta. But the popular term is Psycho so we will use the terms interchangeably. I really love this MSIA figure because it is easier to convert to Mobile Fortress mode and it feels more durable and tougher than it’s HG 1/144 counterpart. This set comes with a figure of the Cyber Newtype named Four Murasame and a couple of extra hands. We won this figure in an Ebay auction by the way ^_^. Now let us move on with the review.
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