Friday, June 23, 2017
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P-Bandai: MG 1/100 RX-121-1 Gundam TR-1 [Hazel]Custom 
Release Date: September 2017
Price: 4,500 Yen

Bandai has finally announced the most anticipated MG for AOZ fans! MG Hazel Custom will be using MG Gundam Mk-II ver. 2.0 framing technology, and entirely new molds of Hazel Custom's armor parts.

P-Bandai: MG 1/100 RX-121-1 Gundam TR-1[Hazel]Custom

P-Bandai: MG 1/100 RX-121-1 Gundam TR-1[Hazel]Custom

P-Bandai: MG 1/100 RX-121-1 Gundam TR-1[Hazel]Custom

P-Bandai: MG 1/100 RX-121-1 Gundam TR-1[Hazel]Custom


P-Bandai: MG 1/100 RX-121-1 Gundam TR-1[Hazel]Custom

P-Bandai: MG 1/100 RX-121-1 Gundam TR-1[Hazel]Custom

P-Bandai: MG 1/100 RX-121-1 Gundam TR-1[Hazel]Custom

P-Bandai: MG 1/100 RX-121-1 Gundam TR-1[Hazel]Custom

P-Bandai: MG 1/100 RX-121-1 Gundam TR-1[Hazel]Custom





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25 comments:

  1. Oh god damnit Bandai. P-Bandai on the Hazel? What the actual fuck? Are you so satisfied with the FM 1/100 sales that now you you just gonna release FM 1/100? MGs are gonna be the new PG that got a normal release once in a blue moon?

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  2. Gaaaahhhhh...
    Goddamn, this makes me feel a torrent of negative emotions as a TTT fan. Really salty this is P-Bandai, if it weren't using the MK II frame it might as well have been an original kit. I'm going to do my best to get one but goddamn, this hurts.

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  3. So Bandai decided to reuse the 2005 MG Gundam MK2 2.0 to make another P-Bandai? Why?? This is a 12 year old mold. Watch them add insult to injury with MG Gundam MK2 3.0. Also, I bet we're going to see P-Bandai releases for the Full Armor, High Mobility, Custom, and Hazel II versions next.

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    1. Hey S-Ton. Ok let me try and debunk all this bs real quick.

      The mg gundam MK2 2.0 is a good mold. Just like the RX-78-2 2.0 and Zaku 2.0 mold. Yes they are old but unlike hg's a lot more engineering goes into them which makes them higher quality. This means these molds will stay relevant for longer. Like I said the MK2 doesn't need a 3.0 yet as its still a good kit.

      Advance of Zeta is nowhere near as popular as SEED and UC. This means nowadays where only popular suits from the most popular series get mg's, AOZ getting mg's is highly unlikely. The Japanese only care about SEED and UC I doubt they care about an obscure side story from a manga in a hobby magazine.

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    2. this is the custom, you mean the advanced hazel.
      And on that very topic...

      https://images.discordapp.net/attachments/208110835783041035/327525856475873282/1498148805039.png?width=1015&height=677

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    3. Honestly the problem isn't reusing the MK II 2.0 frame, that's actually a good thing, because for the age, the frame is actually pretty fantastic. The problem is that it's P-Bandai.

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    4. Is this UC Suiton?
      Is there even a need for a MG 3.0 Mk-II?

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    5. @manpig
      Because it use MKII 2.0 frame it released as p-bandai.

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  4. I feel that P-Bandai is their way of discriminating against non-Japanese without being called racisr.

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  5. Bandai y u so stupid? LET US GIVE YOU OUR MONEY

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  6. would be an instant purchase for me if it wasn't p-bandai. Alas I'll be sticking with my bootleg kits cause this will shoot up in price after release just like the heavyarms custom (which i also would've bought)

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  7. this would have been an instant buy for me if this had just been a standard release, Alas this will shoot up in price straight after release just like the heavyarms custom (another missed purchase from me) bandai just seems to like missed sales

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    1. It won't be that expensive if you pre order. Buying this from ebay will be as expensive as the heavyarms yes, but if you buy this from Gentei Kits you'll save a lot of money in the long run.

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  8. Time to buy that MagicToys Hazel. Not supporting this sh**. It only encourages them to do more Premium stuff.

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    1. Maybe the bootleg is the main reason this is a p bandai

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    2. Maybe that bootleg is the main reason this is a p bandai

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    3. It won't be effective. Only when japanese market despise p-bandai, they will stop.

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  9. Hopefully they do the add on's like the Hrududu,I'll buy that shit in a split second!

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  10. Come on Bandai, this is such a stupid decision. P-Bandai Hazel? Why give people even more incentives to buy the knockoff one?

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    1. Reason? Only few people, or to be exactly people who pay attention to spin-off like AoZ and like it which want this. Reusing MKII 2.0 frame as base was a factor too.

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    2. You can buy bootleg or third party kits. Your money. Your choice. But if you buy official Bandai kits, they will keep making more and more official kits.
      It's up to you.

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    3. Jerry is right, bootlegs is the reason bandai is doing more premium stuff and also swiching more manpower into making other plami like Starwars and dragon ball, they seem to be doing realy good also....maybe if gunpla start selling more outside japan.

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    4. What about those of us the don't mind the price but get burned by the Limited ran? I can't see a MG EW Heavyarms or Cannon Jesta without feeling pissed because I was late to race. Exclusivity, fine, but limited runs help no one.

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    5. @Unknown
      Bandai are generous enough for reisuing some of their p-bandai kit like they did some days ago. Don't say it'll 100% reissued, but there's some chance, especially if that kit got enough demand for that.

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