Tag Archives: Master Grade
A lot of people were waiting a long time for the Master Grade Jegan to show up, and when it did, a lot of people jumped on it. I took a more conservative approach. I like the Jegan, but I already had a couple HGUC flavours, and I wasn’t really feeling the hype. The great […]
Sometimes, all a design needs is a bit of freshening up to make it look brand new. A perfect example of this are the retconned Gundam Wing redesigns done by Hajime Katoki. Taking the Endless Waltz Gundams and backdating them to “original” versions has yeilded, almost without exception, designs that are cleaner and meaner-looking than […]
Even though the Gundam Age anime was criticized for being too “kiddie” (despite lots of miserable deaths and general anguish), it didn’t stop Bandai from making some very nice Master Grade kits of the main suits from the show, including the titular MS, the AGE-1 Normal! Check it out on the Sci-Fi Page in all […]
Some of the early Gundam designs aren’t exactly practical or believable, even in a Mobile Suit-centric world. One example of this is the RX-75 Guntank, which is very difficult to take seriously. Part tank, part robot, the Guntank isn’t very mobile or agile, and it can’t really engage an enemy on equal terms. This, however, […]
The original G1 Megatron is one of the most recognizable villains in modern sci-fi history. While there aren’t any good kits of him, with a bit of work, the Gundam Ez-8 comes a close second! Check out my Megatron conversion of the 1/100 MG Ez-8, and prepare to meet your Slagmaker!
Most of the time, Gundams try to be as realistic as possible, given they’re giant robots. Well, the exception is the Master Grade Perfect Gundam from Bandai! Check out the Out of Box (OOB) review of this Master Grade incarnation of the most spastic-looking MS of all! I think this is an old idea that […]