September 27, 2017
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Mobile Suit Gundam G-Frame
Release Date: February 2018
Price: 500 Yen each


A new set of mini figure series by Bandai will be rolling out next year! Starting February 2018, Bandai will be introducing its first G-Frame lineup including Sazabi, nu Gundam, and Unicorn Gundam!



Each figure stands about 110mm tall!

Packages for armors and frames will be sold separately and will be labeled accordingly!

The series includes...
  • 01A RX-93 nu Gundam Armor Parts + non action frame set
  • 01F RX-93 nu Gundam + action frame parts + nu Gundam bust and equipment set
  • 02A MSN-04 Sazabi Armor Parts + non action frame set
  • 02F MSN-04 Sazabi + action frame parts + Sazabi bust and equipment set
  • 03A RX-0 Unicorn Gundam Armor Parts + non action frame set
  • 03F RX-0 Unicorn Gundam + action frame parts + Unicorn Gundam bust and equipment set











8 comments:

  1. Someone tell Kotobukiya that Bandai finally caught up with customizable robot frames.

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  2. So, the next product would be G-frame girls or this will be compatible with the super fumina series

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  3. Bandai recently did a similar thing like this with their Kamen Rider merchandise. Are they trying to start like a new trend or something?

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    1. I hope Bandai is smart enough to be actually trying to do just that. These little kits look like one heck of a gateway drug to Gunpla, even more than, say, the HG Revive RX-78-2. They seem to offer the right compromise between simplicity and building experience (that complete inner frame is brilliant).

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  4. I'm not gonna deny it looks really cool, but the static frame and bust are a waste of plastic IMO, and I could see people buying the frames for small super-articulated bases for customs, leaving a lot of armor sets on shelves. I'd be so frustrated at finding one and not the other. I'd rather have paid a little more money per box to get the complete package--it's not like trading figure prices are set in stone anyway, and Bandai has done larger and more expensive ones before.

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