MBF-P02 KAI Gundam Astray Red Frame KAI MG is so great! it was designed in sleek proportion, lots of detail and comes with 2 katanas (gerbera straight and tiger pierce) and one tactical arms. You will love how this gundam comes with two shiny swords and also one big sword which is bigger than the gundam it self. The big sword is fun to see it transform into an arrow. This kit also has a really great articulation. You will enjoy to put it together.
Gundam models are robot fighters from the fictional Mobile Suit Gundam Universe. The Mobile Suits are humanoid in shape with a torso, two arms, and two legs. An average mobile suit stands around 18 meters tall, roughly 10 times the size of a man, although later models are miniaturized to under 15 meters. You must assemble and paint the models which come in various sizes and styles.
Like the Blue Frame, Lowe Guele’s Astray Red Frame Kai boasts amazing articulation through the generous use of poly-caps. Once assembled, this MG will be able to stand in a variety of poses wielding its weapons. Its backpack can easily take on a several forms with some simple changes. As ‘Tactical ArmsIIL’ it can change between Flight Form, Delta Form, and V form. Its Sword Form changes to Work Form, whereas Arrow Form takes the shape of a giant bow. The Beam Torch can be held in the mech’s hand or attached to the Arrow Form. The MG Astray also comes with its two signature katana; Gerbera Straight forged by Kiku Ichimonji and Tiger Pierce by Kotetsu. The two katana even feature signatures carved into the handles!! Two 1/100 scale figures of Lowe Guele, one sitting and one standing, are also included plus dry transfer decals and stickers for markings.
This MG release is also part of Bandai’s 30th Anniversary Clear parts Campaign so included is a clear runner of optional clear parts should you desire to use them. Also included is a special original color (red) Action Base-2 display stand.
Gundam GNT-0000 00 QAN[T] from 00 Gundam or Quanta, is creating a buzz all its own in Japan and Bandai’s newest Master Grade. The 00 QAN[T] will come with its massive transformable weapon, which can function as a sword, rifle, and shield, and there’s even the option of adding a sold-separately LED for the GN drive! The markings are created by a mix of stickers, dry-transfers, and foil-stickers. Bandai has even included an action base!
When You putting this model together, maybe there was some minor problems that you will notice, but it’s easy to fix such as the shield weight issue which can adjusted by making the torso tighter. By using a small piece of electric tape near the bottom of ring of the inner frame (E23 where it connects to E39), and a very, very small amount of rubber cement within the PC14. Hand and head must be assembled carefully. Head parts seem to pop so you had to seal them with a little cement. They are difficult to keep in place if you separate the fingers while connecting the parts. Waist skirt are so loose, yet they stay in place. still simple issues that can be dealt with a little attention to the details and a little resourcefullness. It was really a lot of fun and looks great on display because its fully posseable.
Andriasang reports that Namco Bandai has launched the first of a proposed new series of iPhone navigation applications called Character Navi. The first entry in the series is based around Gundam, and besides offering standard navigation features, it also offers “battle events” on the map.
Fortunately for you as driver (and any police officers watching) succeeding in these battle events doesn’t require any interaction on your part — simply drive past the location of the enemy Mobile Suit on the map and you’ll defeat them. Screenshots suggest your score is tracked throughout your journey — will this lead to people repeatedly showing up late to appointments because they wanted to chase down an enemy Mobile Suit?
The bad news? It’s only available for Japanese iPhone 4 and 3GS owners right now, and costs ¥3,500 (about $45) for a year’s usage.
If LucasArts doesn’t steal this idea and make a Star Wars trench run navigation app, it’s missing a massive opportunity.