Tuesday, 12 August 2008

1/35 Gakken Green Legioss


Yellow or Lance standing on the left shoulder


Front view of Legioss in Soldier mode


Back view of Legioss in Soldier mode


Left view of Legioss in Soldier mode


Right view of Legioss in Soldier mode


Top view of Legioss in Diver mode


Front view of Legioss in Diver mode


Side view of Legioss in Diver mode


Front view of Legioss in Fighter mode


Diagonal view of Legioss in Fighter mode


Side view of Legioss in Fighter mode

Japan packaging of Green Legioss (Pic from Robotech Collection)


Variant packaging of Green Legioss (Pic from Robotech Collection )


Variant packaging of Green Legioss (Pic from Robotech Collection)


Drawing illustration of Green Legioss

I would like to blog on my loose piece of 1/35 scale Gakken Green Legioss. Yesterday, I have played with my Toynami Alpha fighter and even though Toynami's Alpha fighters are more details and articulate, they are rather flimsy compared to Gakken ones.

Gakken Legioss is definitely bigger and more stout and I'm favor bigger toys. Gakken ones are also less prone to paint chip-off. My green legioss has yellowing and condition is roughly C6. Even though the toy is old, the landing gears are still strong and tight. Toys made in Singapore in those days sure have good QC standards.

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