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SD Cross Sihouette Revealed in Hobby Japan Magazine

The new SD Gundam line, Cross Silhouette first line up was revealed at the Hobby Japan magazine April 2018 issue.



The series will first release its first kit in June 2018.

The lineup includes SDCS RX-78-2 Gundam with SD framing for 864 Yen, followed by RX-78-2 Gundam with Cross Silhouette [White Frame] for 1,512 Yen.

Cross Silhouette framing with GM's head was also revealed and is for 648 Yen.

Same concept for the Crossbone Gundam, SD framing for 864 Yen. The kit is compatible with the CS framing!

Nightingale was also announced with common framing for 1,512 Yen.
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More details about the newly announced GunPlas will be added and updated once we get some more info about these. 

18 comments:

  1. there's actually two frame, 1 SD frame and 1 CS frame
    the 5 lineup products are
    RX78-2 with SD frame
    RX78-2 with SD + CS frame
    Stand alone CS Frame + GM head
    Crossbone Gundam with SD Frame
    Nightingale with SD Frame

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  2. So is Bandai going to sell inner frames and armor parts separately? I don't mind that if that means we get higher quality SD Gundam kits. The SD EX Standard kits were not that good, and I think Bandai canceled the series since February 2017 was the last one we got (Banshee Norn).

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    1. Sad to say I'm not gonna miss it in the slightest. I didn't mind the "budget" concept, but the majority of them already had existing kits (many of which were vastly superior) so I had no incentive to buy them.

      I think it would have been better if they had stuck to kits that hadn't had any SD releases, like the Deathscythe Hell Custom- I think that was the only "unique" kit of the bunch- and I've heard a LOT of complaints of the Barbatos releases.

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    2. Amitabah, ur Suitroll. Be quite with ur alt accounts.

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  3. Interesting concept- I kinda like the idea of changing the proportions... are these model kits or toys though?

    Also we're getting a white frame with a GM head instead of a full SD GM. Okay.

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  4. Looks cool. I'd be down to try some. If it's better than the massive letdown of the Ex-Standard line, I'll be pretty pleased. I want to like SD kits, but except for the best ones, they make it so hard to like.

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  5. I get that these are SDs with inner frames, but whats the difference between the two frames besides height?

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    1. Judging from the pictures, the SD frame has no elbow and knee joints, whereas the Cross Silhouette one does. Also, the Cross Silhouette one has better leg articulation (legs can move further front and back).

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    2. The tall one I think can bend the knee. The short one I think is like the normal SD toys like before with BB Sanshi and SD EXStandard so it cannot bend the knee.

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  6. Bandai releases SD GMs but still no sign of HGUC GM Revive? Smh Bandai...

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    1. They make HG GM-GM. Is that like HGUC GM Revival version?

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    2. Oh pls Suitroll. U know u can speak English u troll. And btw, I know ur Suitroll b/c Buddhist monks don't build models. And when u don't reply, u know Im correct about u.

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    3. I've noticed that you call a lot of people Suitroll.

      It's difficult to tellwho you are referring to in this chain of posts, but you often call someone that when they have a differing opinion to yours.

      Have you ever accidentally called someone Suitroll in a real life argument?

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