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Nothing much, just doing some attacking/striking poses using my Jegan kits.

How awesome can a grunt unit be.

The infamous Jegan-Thrust pose (made well known in episode 1 OVA of Gundam : UC). (more…)

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This is more of a continuation of my previous post.

The RGM-89 Jegan was possibly the longest running production model that Anaheim Electronics ever developed, spanning from UC0090 until UC0129 (possible end of use).
Note: the Jegan was originally designed by Yutaka Izubuchi (who also designed Patlabor mechas).

Caution: Very Large Image.

Quote from the image (taken from Anaheim Journal pg 48-49):
“GM” lead the Federation Forces to victory in the One Year War. When its direct descendant, RGM-89, rolled out, it was called “The Bottom Line(1) of MS history” by the military commentators.
Still the Federation’s current standard  MS, this model meets all high standards for a modern multipurpose MS such as space superiority, interception, anti-surface attack, war-zone patrol, base defense and ship escort. Also the reliability and cost performance outshines all other models(2). The architechtronics that meets each and every Military Specification by the Federation assures the highest expandability.
Needless to say, Mobile Suit are the fruit of cutting edge technology…

(1) – the last word for general purpose MS development
(2) – from the Earth Federation side, as Anaheim Electronics builds MS for BOTH Earth Federation AND Neo Zeon (as of UC0090) (more…)

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This is part one of the article regarding the RGM 89 Jegan mobile suit.

Between the old, new and variants.

Part one will compare the changes between the  old kit design, the baseline, the Stark-variant and its distant design-relative.   (more…)

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Here’s my version of the Reaction Guys 4koma, with mobile suits. 😀

Grunts respect grunts

That, was the first few minutes of Mobile Suit Gundam – Unicorn OVA 1

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Reunion – End

Its high time for Yoko and TK402 to head back, but not without a final “good bye”…


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