May 01, 2018
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HG 1/144 RGC-80S GM Cannon [Gundam the Origin MSD]
Release Date: TBA
Price: TBA

Bandai displays the prototype at the Gundam Base Tokyo.
As shown in the official Gundam The Origin MSD website, the image shows possible decal placement for the actual kit.

10 comments:

  1. Huh. I don't recall the prototype model having vulcans. Ah well, at least the artwork is cool!

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    1. Yeah, it isn't a prototype; it is the MSD incarnation of the mass-production model of the GM Cannon (Space Assault Type) from MSV-R! Note the extra calf thrusters for the purpose (if it was a prototype or ground-use version, it would have the heavier leg armor instead).

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    2. (if it was a prototype or ground-use version, it would have the heavier leg armor instead).


      because people on Earth are weighed down by gravity lol

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    3. I meant the the prototype for the MODEL KIT. If you go back to when they were showing them off, it didn't have vulcans.

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  2. PHEW yes, it has the extra calf verniers for the Space Assault Type. It's not a prototype, this is from MSV-R. Glad the legs weren't so slim just for MSD's sake...

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  3. These GMs will serve my purposes well enough even if they're technically not the correct versions. (IOW; Like the Zaku Cannon, they're not HGUCs but are from HG Origin instead)

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    1. I think that might be Bandai's plan all along. The GM Cannon actually does exist in the Origin manga- but has a pretty different design from this (basically being an Origin GM with shoulder cannons)

      Come to think about it, the Origin GM is pretty different too- its head design is very different from the "classic" GM with a goatee and unique flairs, a different shield, and using the same unique beam rifle from the Origin Gundam.

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    1. Same here. I've been waiting a long time to add more GM's to my shelf!

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