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philmein 2009-03-24 23:26

Seriously, how are the HG 1/144 series? I already pre-ordered the trans-am 00 Raiser, but it's practically my first 1/44 model kit since 10 years ago when I first bought the 1/44 Epyon. Boy, was it shitty. It was so flimsy, loose, and crap. I totally regret buying it. Based on everyone who owns the current 1/144 HG series, how are they in terms of build quality, poseability, and sturdiness? Thanks.

Calvin329 2009-03-24 23:35

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Originally Posted by philmein (Post 2295908)
Seriously, how are the HG 1/144 series? I already pre-ordered the trans-am 00 Raiser, but it's practically my first 1/44 model kit since 10 years ago when I first bought the 1/44 Epyon. Boy, was it shitty. It was so flimsy, loose, and crap. I totally regret buying it. Based on everyone who owns the current 1/144 HG series, how are they in terms of build quality, poseability, and sturdiness? Thanks.

Building Quality ✓✓✓✓ - they're easy to build, don't take a long time, and look great unpainted. If you want them to look special, panel line. Extra special? Paint them. Not hard.

Posability ✓✓✓✓ - with the 00 series HG 1/144s, you can duplicate basically any pose from the anime, if not more.

Sturdiness ✓✓✓✓✓ - pieces don't fall apart, the model itself can stand without tipping.

vbann 2009-03-25 00:48

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Originally Posted by philmein (Post 2295908)
Seriously, how are the HG 1/144 series? I already pre-ordered the trans-am 00 Raiser, but it's practically my first 1/44 model kit since 10 years ago when I first bought the 1/44 Epyon. Boy, was it shitty. It was so flimsy, loose, and crap. I totally regret buying it. Based on everyone who owns the current 1/144 HG series, how are they in terms of build quality, poseability, and sturdiness? Thanks.

The 00 1/144 HG series is really good. But if you are looking for all the accessories of some gundams(ex.dynamis pistols, 00 shields, beam parts for beam sabers) you may have to buy multiple kits. Articulation wise there top notch. Articulation doesnt get much better than the 00 raiser. Its on par if not better than most master grades. Its pretty sturdy too.

Amber.Dawn 2009-03-25 02:13

Yeah, the newer models, particularly the HG 1/144's, are greatly improved. I found this out myself as I was building my little Deathscythe after having built the Sword Impulse. The difference in quality is amazing. Newer models have better articulation, are more detailed, are made from better quality plastic, and I forget what else.....

Buy new HG! Buy eet! Buy eet!

Amber.Dawn 2009-03-25 02:16

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Originally Posted by philmein (Post 2295908)
Seriously, how are the HG 1/144 series? I already pre-ordered the trans-am 00 Raiser, but it's practically my first 1/44 model kit since 10 years ago when I first bought the 1/44 Epyon. Boy, was it shitty. It was so flimsy, loose, and crap. I totally regret buying it. Based on everyone who owns the current 1/144 HG series, how are they in terms of build quality, poseability, and sturdiness? Thanks.

Ohhh, current....well, I'd expect the quality of 00's models to be just as good, if not better, than that of Seed.
Don't have any 00 models yet, only interested in Arche and Susanoo.

LightningZERO 2009-03-25 02:17

I don't think you really need to paint or even do panel lining on Trans Am models. I think they look perfect that way

GN0010 Nosferatu 2009-03-25 03:29

I wonder what would be the better 00 Damashii exclusive.

The Advanceed GNX or the Exia Repair?

I say Exia Repair cause I can feel it's presence...it'll be coming, and soon.

duotiga 2009-03-25 06:59

final release of the mth
http://www.1999.co.jp/itbig08/10083079.jpg
http://www.1999.co.jp/eng/10083079


more of bb 00 raiser
http://www.amiami.com/images/product...DM-0321_01.jpg
http://www.amiami.com/images/product...DM-0321_07.jpg

gundam rider 2009-03-25 07:40

O-Riser surfboard? :heh:

Sir Dearka 2009-03-25 07:50

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Originally Posted by gundam rider (Post 2295751)
churuya-san with a bazooka ohhh......:love:

Yeah! :D I am thikning of buying another 1/144 Buster now just too attach the pack and give her the big gun, thus combining two my favorite characters from two of my favorite series :P

LightningZERO 2009-03-25 07:51

They can even transform into a sort of MA mode, and wields the 0 Raiser as swords

Here hoping for individual 0 Raiser release

MrCapcom 2009-03-25 08:48

I have a SD 00 Im pretty sure the GN Daggers will come all blue paint needed! so lame!
Ill probally buy the SD 00 Raiser set and just give my old SD 00 to my son he's been wanting it for awhile

Un1ver5e 2009-03-25 08:52

Tamashi Nations 2009 pictures: http://ameblo.jp/digitamin/entry-10230547773.html

Regnant looks sweet. (and huge)

http://www.freeimagehosting.net/uploads/493e55dc20.jpg

MrCapcom 2009-03-25 08:55

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Originally Posted by Un1ver5e (Post 2296645)

^ Yo whats up 0 Gundam lookin nice

kakakka 2009-03-25 09:12

I find Regnant....beautiful for some reason....

gundam rider 2009-03-25 09:17

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Originally Posted by Sir Dearka (Post 2296568)
Yeah! :D I am thikning of buying another 1/144 Buster now just too attach the pack and give her the big gun, thus combining two my favorite characters from two of my favorite series :P

now thats what i call, smokin' cheese action!!:heh:

MrCapcom 2009-03-25 09:25

Has anyone ordered from hobbylinkjapan recently and live on the East Coast? I wanted to know what was the shipping like. I want to buy Sword Impulse MG and Figma Saber Lily (I can't find her anywhere else)

LightningZERO 2009-03-25 09:54

Regnant is gonna cost a ton!

Tormenk 2009-03-25 09:56

If it weighs a ton, it must cost a ton. :uhoh: (:p)

Godarnit I would kill to have it as a HG 1/144 kit.

Okamidum 2009-03-25 11:18

Regnant needs to come out with a 1/144 kit.... :(


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