MG Gundam Ver. 2.0 - Definitely the spotlight of the Gunpla booth this year, it looks deceptively simple outside...
...but talk about the details of its inner frame. Wuhhuh~ O_O
The best Core Fighter so far? We'll have to wait till we get to see more of MG Force Impulse's Core Splendor before concluding on that ^^
There's some gimmick with the V sign in its waist, but it seems that the door for the cockpit hatch can now be opened to access the cockpit inside?
And a new Amuro Ray figure too ^^
More parts for the head unit, and nifty molding too, even the splits on the mask do not need panel-lining anymore ^^
MG Shin Musha Gundam - Only the inner frame is from Gundam Ver. OYW, the rest all new parts. As a matter of fact, it's Gundam Ver. Ka using the frame mounted with all those Samurai armors ^^
HGUC Sazabi - from the look of it, not all the yellow parts for the thrusters all over this HGUC kit are given.
Time to get a yellow Gundam Marker if you're not planning to airbrush him ^^
HGUC Zaku II FZ - With all those heavyweight Char's Counterattack HGUCs before him, this Zaku II FZ looks as if he's from another series (maybe it's just me) ^^;
The pelvis joint isn't new anymore, but it sure works well for a smaller Gunpla too.
HGUC Kampfer - Except for the new mount clip for the bazookas, I haven't spot any major difference with its MG predecessor.
GFF Gundam Mk. III
Images above are from GA Graphic.
SRW Twin Bird Strike Set and Non-scale Aussenseiter with his good friend, Dyzengar.
Armored Core Crest CR-C98E2 (Noir Ver.), Crest CR-C90U3 Dual Interfaces (Nexus Ver.), and Mirage Cronus CRONUS-YC07 (Gunn Meta Ver.). Don't know who is who ^^;
Refer to this previous posting for more information regarding their release date and prices.
Tengen Kadou Gulaparl - More information in this previous posting.
HMM 1/72 Command Wolf Type AC and Molga are on display as well.
Images of Kotobukiya's products are from Gunpla Secret Factory.
Lancelot Air Cavalry (again?) and Offshoot Zero (Lelouch Lamperouge)'s Customized Burai.
Offshoot Gawain and Sutherland with Float System
Images of Code Geass's products are from Toysdaily.