Saturday, September 27, 2008

MG Infinite Justice's Inner Frame & Others

Hopefully folks are not forgetting this MG after the announcement of MG Sinanju. Haha XD

Not the full inner frame to be shown, not even the actual model itself, but development sketches of this highly anticipated MG.

Not much to be seen there, but the sketch does reveal that design would be almost, if not completely identical to that of Strike Freedom, from the two-piece pelvis joint, to that seemingly static hydraulic pipes for the ankle. No big deal since Infinite Justice is like a brother of Strike Freedom. I'm more concerned of whether the joint is strong enough to hold its backpack. +_+

Image (and many more) from Gundam Dot Info.

Other updates:

(1) More images of SDX Knight Gundam

December release, 4,938 Yen (inclusive of tax).

Previously, the price of over 4,000 Yen seems really high for an SD action figure for me. Now that I get to see the parts and accessories included, I think it's well worth the price tag. Plenty of playability for this little fella (about 10cm tall). ^^

Also, note that there's no extra part shown for the eyes. Does that mean they are movable, and that you can switch through the different eye patterns without part-swapping? That's going to be really cool eh? ^^

Images are from Hobby Stock.

(2) Transformers Alternity Convoy featuring Nissan GTR Vibrant Red Ver. & Ultimate Metal Silver Ver.

The first announced version was the the Ultimate Metal Silver Ver., and Takara Tomy is wasting no time in annoucing the conventional red version of Convoy. ^^; Both are scheduled for January 2009 release, 4,725 Yen each (inclusive of tax). However, the actual release date may varies from November 20th 2008 till January 22nd 2009.

Guess we'll just have to wait for confirmation from the company then ^^;

Images and info. are from Amiami - Ultimate Metal Silver Ver. and Vibrant Red Ver..

(3) More images of DX Chogokin VF-25F Alto's Unit

Still the prototype actually. ^^; Plenty of details we can look at nonetheless.

Shoji Kawamori-senshe is supervising every aspect of this VF-25F's production. Quality assurance enough for all Macross fans? ^^;

Metal parts are used for the landing gears, and unlike the plamo version, they are retractable from the legs and require no part-swapping.

Metal parts are also used for important joints like the hips and ankles. Also, there are some mecha details to be seen when the armors of the legs are opened.

The body seems proportionally shorter, making it more natural looking?

The extra palms included.

Two more important points from GA Graphic:
- In addition to VF-25S Ozma Lee's Unit, VF-25G Michael's Unit and RVF-25 Luka's Unit will be released.
- The Super Pack will be sold separately (?

Images and information are from GA Graphic.