Tuesday, June 08, 2010

D-Style Griffon & Others Announced

Kotobukiya announces the release of D-Style Non-Scale Griffon and two other plamo kits today:

D-Style Non-Scale Griffon

- 3rd release in Kotobukiya's D-Style Non-Scale series.
- Comes with Flight type and aqua unit backpack parts.
- Flight unit uses ball-type joints for a wide variety of poses.
- Comes with 2 types of hand units: closed fist and spread palm.
- Pre-painted parts included the interior of the camera eye, red triangular crest on the chest and signal light on the waist.

October release, 1,890 Yen (inclusive of tax).

Armored Core 1/72 GA GAN01 Sunshine L

- From completely new mold design.
- Designed with a rich military sense, clunky, more on defense and less on offense.
- Backpack missile unit "CHEYENNE02" can be opened to show the missiles in firing state.
- Overdrive Booster on the back can be expanded without the need of any part-swapping.

Parts list
- Headset: GAN01-SS-H,
- Core part: GAN01-SS-C,
- Arm units: GAN01-SS-AL,
- Leg units: GAN01-SS-LL;
- Bazooka: GAN01-SS-WB (left & right)
- Missile: CHEYENNE02 (left & right on the back)

October release, 5,565 (inclusive of tax).

Frame Arms 1/100 32 Series Type 1 Ryurai Kai

- A variation of the already released 32 Series Type 1 Gourai with added parts and new color scheme.
- An improved concept of Gourai's support and assault artillery combat design with two cannon and two shields that can be deployed at the same time.
- Cannons on the back and parts on the legs can be expanded. The "combat type" external part on the head can transform to show it on combat mode.
- Has 3mm connection points to allow more parts to be attached to the mecha. M.S.G. weapon units can be attached as well.
- Content: Frame Arms 32 Series Type 1 Gourai, new weapons and external parts for 32 Series Type 1 Ryurai Kai: S5 Optical Visor, shoulder armors (left & right), Cannon unit: LR-PSC Long Range Plasma Solid Cannon, shield: 65 Series Bulletproof Heavy Armor, leg armor.

October release, 3,780 (inclusive of tax).

Images are from Kotobukiya.