P-Bandai: HGUC 1/144 MSM-04G Juaggu [MSV Ver.] [REISSUE] - Release Info

P-Bandai: HGUC 1/144 MSM-04G Juaggu [MSV Ver.] [REISSUE]
Release Date: March 2024
Price: 1,870 Yen

Release Date: May 2012
Price: 1,700 Yen

The HGUC 1/144 MSM-04G Juaggu [MSV Ver.], a cherished classic from the "Mobile Suit Gundam" MSV (Mobile Suit Variation) series, is about to be reissued by P-Bandai. This model kit, which costs 1,870 Yen and be released in March 2024, resurrects a piece of Gundam history for enthusiasts and collectors.

The HGUC Juaggu [MSV Ver.] is carefully produced to faithfully recreate the MSV concept art's original appearance. The meticulous attention to detail that embodies this famous design is something collectors can appreciate.

The model emphasizes its ability in close quarters combat with a unique right arm that has been rebuilt to resemble the arm of the Zogok. The Juaggu comes with a heat knife, expanding its toolkit of action accessories and providing aficionados with a variety of dynamic posing possibilities.

To illustrate the Juaggu's heavy artillery capabilities, its left arm has an internal cast made to resemble a large-caliber rocket type cannon. Furthermore, the right arm is not merely decorative; it has a palm that can hold the heat knife, enabling a variety of battle poses.

Details and Color Scheme:

Longtime Gundam fans will love the Juaggu's simple color molding, which pays homage to its aquatic counterpart and is evocative of the Acguy.

Exclusive Markings:

The kit comes with new sticker markings that correspond to the MSV-specific class marks and numbers, in keeping with its MSV heritage. These distinctive characteristics give the model an additional degree of authenticity and collecting value.

The HGUC 1/144 MSM-04G Juaggu [MSV Ver.] reissue is a commemoration of the Gundam tradition rather than just a model kit. Its authentic appearance, unique weapons, and distinguishing insignia make it stand out as a collector's item and evidence of the Gundam MSV series' ongoing appeal. The Gundam fandom is eagerly awaiting this release in March 2024, which promises to bring a bit of the saga's legendary history into the present.

The Zeon military engineers at California Base started creating a number of special operation mobile suits to help with the attack as they got ready for their enormous invasion of the Earth Federation Forces' subterranean military headquarters in Jaburo, which is situated along the Amazon River in South America. One such device was the Juaggu, which was built on the MSM-04 Acguy and serves as a mid-range fire support unit and rearguard for other special operation mobile suits.

The Juaggu's most notable feature is its elliptical head, which resembles an elephant's trunk and contains a moveable exhaust heat duct. The Juaggu is an amphibious mobile suit, just like the Acguy, and it can go underwater by using its feet and backpack's aquatic propulsion systems. In order to protect itself against ballistic strikes during the raid on Jaburo, the mobile suit also features thick armor. Its weapons were four mega particle cannons in its torso and two triple rocket launchers positioned on its arms. The conventional 5-finger manipulators can be used in place of the triple rocket launchers when needed.

Years later, the Juaggu used by the Zeon remnants during the attack on Dakar in U.C.0096, had updated weapons. The gigantic particle cannons are swapped out for beam weapons, while the rocket launchers are modified to fire tiny rockets quickly. The Juaggu proved to be a formidable foe for the more contemporary defending mobile suits, despite its advanced age.

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