First announced last year, the life-size Freedom Gundam statue based on Mobile Suit Gundam SEED is finally completed on April 26. The finishing touch was completed when the mecha’s head was mounted to the body. The statue towers at 18.03 m (59′) tall and tips the scales at 50 ton, and is the first to …
You have seen the 18-meter tall Gundam walked and knelt, and possibly gotten the ticket to see it in person at the Gundam Factory Yokohama. Now, there is an official picture book too.
Fans of Gundam will want to check this new collab between Mobile Suit Gundam and Taiwanese computer maker ASUS. The two outfit has recently come together to announce a series of ASUS products designed with colors and motifs of RX-78-2 Gundam and Zaku II.
Can’t get enough of Gundam? Well then, we are pretty sure this will please you. Bandai Namco Arts Co., Ltd. has released a 4K remastered version of the Mobile Suit Gundam Theatrical Version Trilogy called Mobile Suit Gundam Theatrical Version Trilogy 4K Remastered Box.
The 1:1 scale Gundam robot made history when it took a few steps and knelt down. Despite it being super slow, it was still quite an achievement and a sight to behold – if it was viewed 4x faster.
This is a video of the 1:1 scale Gundam robot taking a few steps and kneeling down. Not going to lie. I was impressed for a second before realizing the video was sped up 4x. You know what that means, don’t you?
This is probably not a mask to keep novel coronavirus out, but man, it is one hell of a mask. Created by Thai anime enthusiast and prop maker, Poot Padee of Poot Prop, is the so dubbed Sinanju Tactical Mask.
Remember the surreal Hello Kitty and Gundam mash up figures? Well, it now has a clear version too. It is exactly the Hello Kitty RX-78-2 Gundam, just that this newly release iteration is expressed in clear elements.
While we know kind of know that tofu have always been a staple in Japanese cuisine, we never knew it would come to this: Gundam Hyaku Shiki Tofu. Gundam Hyaku Shiki Tofu from Sagamiya Foods ain’t no gunpla.
The Gundam culture has just gotten weirder. And no, Gundam and Hello Kitty crossover is totally not weird at all, not after you have learned about this latest collab between the popular anime with Haromoro & King Oscar Oil.