ZGMF-X19A ∞ Justice Gundam

Piloted by Athrun Zala, the ZGMF-X19A ∞ Justice Gundam (also known as Infinite Justice, Justice) is the successor to the ZGMF-X09A Justice Gundam, which first appeared in the anime Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny.

The Variable Phase Shift armor and other technologies from ZAFT's Second Stage Series are also incorporated into the ZGMF-X19A ∞ Justice Gundam, which was developed as a replacement for the ZGMF-X09A. Athrun Zala's battle data was taken into account when creating adjustments, essentially turning the ∞ Justice into his dedicated mobile suit. With several special weapons like leg beam blades and a carrier beam shield—a hybrid of a beam shield, a beam boomerang, and a grappling stinger—the ∞ Justice's close combat ability surpasses that of its predecessor.

A flight unit that can be used as a stand-alone support or subflight unit is carried by the ∞ Justice. With greater overall performance, the Fatum-01 is an enhanced version of the Justice's Fatum-00, equipped with multiple beam blades and two beam cannons. With the Multi Lock-On System, the suit can fire at many enemy units at once and dock with the METEOR unit for increased speed and firepower. Similar to the Justice, the ∞ Justice is intended to function in tandem with another mobile suit—the Strike Freedom in this instance—and is positioned inside the warship Eternal. Similar to the ZGMF-X20A Strike Freedom Gundam, the ∞ Justice features an inner frame and joints built of PS armor materials, as well as a Neutron Jammer Canceller and Hyper-Deuterion Engine.

The ∞ Justice has exceptionally great mobility and maneuverability because of its tremendous output, which is produced by a new sort of nuclear reactor called the Hyper-Deuterion Engine. In the meanwhile, the PS armor materials' phase-shifting of the inner frame and joints gives them strength and nearly human flexibility, improving the suit's combat capabilities. Furthermore, the ∞ Justice can release surplus energy from the body by means of the glowing silver joints, as opposed to Strike Freedom's gold joints. Because of the significant improvement in the head crest sensor unit's performance, the ∞ Justice features a shorter V-fin than its predecessor.

Regarding the evolution of Infinite Justice, there are a number of theories. According to one theory, the Integrated Design Bureau of ZAFT constructed the fundamental design of the mobile suit. However, it was later taken and modified by the Clyne Faction or its Terminal ally. Despite having the same model number as the initial concept, the finished suit was a very different product. Since Athrun piloted the ZGMF-X09A Justice Gundam, ZAFT utilized his combat data to develop the ∞ Justice. His information was also utilized when the design was altered following the theft by Clyne Faction/Terminal. Kira Yamato, who was instrumental in its creation, designed it to work in tandem with his ZGMF-X20A Strike Freedom Gundam, much like the machines of their predecessors did during the First Alliance-PLANT War.


The Infinite Justice sure has very few GunPla entries but all has been very good in terms of its proportions and articulations. The earliest kit of the Infinite Justice was first released in 2005, which is a High Grade 1/144 to celebrate the successful run of the Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny in 2004. The kit was followed by a non-grade 1/100 version in 2006, and then a Master Grade version in 2008.

A High Grade Cosmic Era version of the Infinite Justice was made available in 2020. Compared to its contemporaries, this 1/144 scale version of the Infinite Justice has the best proportions and articulation.

A 2015 error by Premium Bandai during the promotion of their HG x RG 1/144 METEOR unit kit led to the speculated Real Grade version of the Infinite Justice Gundam making the rounds online. Fans continue to hope that it would eventually become a reality.



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