There are 16 runners of parts here. 16! Even if you don't paint or glue this kit (naturally it's all snap-assembly), it's going to take a few hours to put it together properly.
As usual, everything on the kit moves. Those shoulder "binders" are particularly interesting, especially the way the outer nozzle pivots downward. The "atomic bazooka" can be mounted in the hand in firing position, or it breaks down into two pieces, the barrel mounting in the inside of the shield (see photo), with the remainder mounting on the GP02's back.
The kit comes with the usual stickers, inner-mechanism detail, multiple sets of hands, and beam saber.
We are live-testing our preorder mechanism. We are testing various parts of our presentation and ordering process as we refine our approach. Gundam stock changes rapidly, and we help you...
The MG GP01 "Full Burner" fully lives up to the billing of Bandai's superb series of "Master Grade" kits. A dozen or so runners of parts plus poly-caps combine to...