Tuesday, 17 August 2010

Real Type Cloth Musha Zeta Gundam













Here's another Realtype Musha Gundam Cloth which Zeta Gundam could don on. Maybe, Bandai next move would be producing Musha MG model kit based on this design. Comparing this to Realtype Musha MKII Gundam, Musha Zeta gives a more oriental feel as I specially like the chrome dragon on the Kabuto - samurai helmet. If you have noticed, each Realtype Gundam comes with their signature emblem that was print on the front view of the box.

11 comments:

Little Plastic Man said...

I love the toy on styrofoam insert. Reminds me when I was younger, the robots and their parts were packed on styrofoam insert...

Dennis aka Katsuden said...

Till now, I still like toys that come with styrofoam. Environmental awareness and cost saving and turned insert to commonly transparent plastic.

seven6398 said...

omg.. where did you get this??? it's cool..

Dennis aka Katsuden said...

Got it years back but saw it selling at CSC for around 200 dollars two weeks ago. A rare find and it was sold off quickly.

chrismandesign said...

this old & delicious toy is the most imposing of Musha Gundams available & i’m pretty sure of that (no need to see the others)... & if Bandai plans to convert it in a MG Gunpla, it will b irresistible !!! SUPERB !!!

Dennis aka Katsuden said...

I'm sure many would look forward to more MG samurai gundam.

mangyver5223 said...

I think that this musha Z maybe released at 1980's... is it true?

deSMOnd said...

Bro, the price you paid for this piece is the same as one Hot Toys 12inch figure..So expensive man!!

LEon said...

Another Retro classic Gundam toys. Salute bro for your collections of Gundam. One thing about styrofoam is that it is easily break.

Bluedrakon said...

That is so cool looking. The detail is amazing and I like how you can have a regular figure and then add the parts to make it Musha!

Dennis aka Katsuden said...

>> mangyver5223
1989 in Japan bro.

>> deSMOnd
I think the price of toy very much depends on the demand whether collectors are willing to pay for the item. One may think it's not worth it but another other else.

>> LEon
Thank you for the compliment bro. My worry for plastic insert is mainly yellowing.

>> Bluedrakon
I guess in the past and till now, Japanese like the power on with additional armour concept. Lol...

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