- GF13-017NJII God Gundam MG 1/100 Scale
GF13-017NJII God Gundam MG 1/100 Scale
- 1/100 Scale Master Grade very detailed assembly model kit
- It comes with a snap-fit assembly, matching-colored pieces, accessories and fully illustrated construction manual.
- You don't need paint or glue.
- Imported product from Japan.
- Instructions are written in Japanese.
Thank you for submitting a review!
Your input is very much appreciated. Share it with your friends so they can enjoy it too!
Better than I thought it’d be given it’s age
Much better than I was expecting. Only kit killer I can even remotely consider is the use of screws. Every joint has at least one screw. However, this is around the time Bandai started using complete inner frames in their kits so I can forgive it. Saying that however, this guy has a lot of mandatory painting. First off, I forgoed the stickers and painted all of the black lines on him from the shoulders, to the skirt and ankle guards. I also had to use the knee stickers are there are no gaps for them, so i couldn’t just paint them in. The Vulcans on his head also need to painted. A nice Flash Gitz Yellow did it for me. Articulations however, is the name of the game with this guy. Any pose you want, you’ll get it, even crossing his arms. Just be aware, I don’t know if I didn’t tighten the waste screw enough, but the torso is super floppy. Definitely gonna make sure that I right the fire out of the Shining’s torso. Looks, well. This guy looks awesome. Now I should clarify. I’ve never watched God Gundam, or any Gundam show outside of 00 and the first 2 “episodes” of Unicorn and the Thunderbolt movies, so I have no childhood connection with this design like some people, that being said, I plan on filling out the God line just cause of this guy. The King of Hearts simple in the. Best is even a kind of gem-like sticker you apply to the area and fits beautifully. And the symbol is super subtle too. You only really see it under certain lighting or if you know it’s there. As for weapons I actually did build this guy’s weapons, he comes with two beam Katana’s and that’s it. Unless you count his hands in which case, obviously he has then God Finger hands, and he also has closed rubber fists, alone with a pair of odd looking king fu hands. That’s another thing. This kit has rubber hands and feet. So he’ll find traction and grin wherever you display him. He’s going no where. The decals are your standard peel and sticks. I would have liked dry transfers or even water slides. But for $20+. I can’t complain . Do I recommend this kit? 100%. Not only is he a piece of MG history, he’s a great it to boot. I wouldn’t hold out waiting for a 2.0, cause I don’t think it needs one. Would I take one? Damn right, but I don’t see it topping this save for the removal of screws and maybe better decals. Beyond that. Great kit
Great kit to ease into Master Grade scale
The first thing you need to know is that this kit has been around a while. Now that that is out of the way, this kit offers a lot of value for the price. If you haven't built a master grade, consider this as a good starting point. The build is easy, it has an inner-frame, unlike most kits of this time. Tons of posing potential. Costs less than 30 bucks! If you are an experienced builder, consider this kit as a good starting point if you are serious about customizing or painting Gunpla.