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Bandai Hobby Wing Gundam Zero Version EW 1/100 – Master Grade

MSRP: $100.00

$69.99

The angelic form of Wing Zero as portrayed in the OVA “Gundam Wing Endless Waltz”. Recreated in stunning proportion by famed mechanical designer Hajime Katoki, Wing Zero comes with its Twin Buster Rifle, which can combine for its iconic shooting pose. Also includes 2 beam sabers, deployable shoulder machine cannons, and a special display stand.

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What if we told you that the mobile suit designs in seen in endless Waltz are canonically no different from the mid-season upgrades the original five gundams got in the TV series, that the differences you see are just In art design, and that the “custom” On all their names doesn’t exist in Japan and was only added to make sense of things for American viewers when wing was on cartoon Network and being sold in American stores? We just told you that, so let it sink in for a bit. Anyway! This is the endless Waltz redesign of wing Gundam zero, and of course it features plenty of great engineering upgrades over the PG to allow for even greater pose ability and articulation, right down to the tips of the wings! The twin Buster rifle, a beam saber, and a dedicated display base are all included so you can pose this however you’d like!

  • Master Grade 1/100 scale (180mm, 7-8 inches)
  • Many small pieces; models take up to 10 hours to complete
  • Posable and flexible for display
  • Improved proportions, internal structures, and movements
  • Skill level: Expert
Weight 1.8 lbs
Dimensions 2 × 4 × 6 in

1 review for Bandai Hobby Wing Gundam Zero Version EW 1/100 – Master Grade

  1. Henry

    First off, since i haven’t seen anyone mention it, this is the version of Wing zero from the episode of Gundam Evolve in which Wing zero is featured (not the endless waltz ova) and by this I mean that like the Real Grade kit it has the opening wings and a re-designed cockpit. Second… I LOVE this kit. The inner frame is the perfect shade of grey for dry brushing for a “metal look”. The hands have a “click” mechanism to hold things (though it doesn’t work well but CAN hold some poses) some take patience to pull off but it looks great. The only cons i’d say are the patience for getting it to do iconic poses and also the machine guns on the torso are hard to open due to the design of the head and the looseness of the faceplate (but these are all easy fixes) keep in mind this kit came out in 2004.. But for its time.. WOW. I did battle damage and weathering to mine. 🙂

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