Sunday, 10 June 2012

MS in Pocket Gun-EZ












Good stuff come small and so is this MS in Pocket Gun-EZ. This MS made its appearance on Victory Gundam series used by the resistance group 'League Militaire'. However this mass production general purpose mobile suit, model number: LM111E02 was seriously ignored cos so far I only see it released officially by Bandai in this MS in Pocket toyline and 1/144 scale NG model kit. At least the upgraded Gunblastor were produced as an HG model kit. 

Consider this a vintage toy made in Japan in year 1993, relatively small standing approximately 4". The toy comes in box packaging with window in-front, so you could see the actual toy. Number 02 at the top right corner tells you that it's the second wave of 'MS in Pocket' toyline release. At the back of the box, there are pics of the toy as well as the accessories included. The beam shield is certainly the catch for most MS in 'Victory Gundam' series. The durably made toy lays firming on styrofoam insert. A simply toy with basic articulation.

The army-like-green colour scheme of Gun-EZ appears well-suited to the MS even as a toy cos it masked up the sign of yellowing. It adopted a Gundam-like-appearance but this mass produced MS is considered a B grader though it's superior to GM. Best thing about it, is that in the anime these Gun-EZ, were piloted by sexy female squadron. You probably remember the pilots more than the MS....

9 comments:

David John Shewsbury said...

From the bulky design, I can feel the "vintage" feeling of it.... quite nice that you have some of this rare items... not many have this you know.. most people maybe only have the more modern stuff like HCM, GFF, MSIA, Robot Tamashii etc.

LEon said...

looking at the rounded plastic surface of the arms, it really remind me of that era of toys using such soft and glossy surface for robotech and other mecha stuff. LOL

Dennis aka Katsuden said...

>> David John Shewsbury
Ha! Ha! This is lost evidence through time and I'm glad to document it online before it goes completely forgotten. I live through those time of late 80s and early 90s. That makes me pretty vintage. Lolz.

>> LEon
Part of toy evolution bro, both eastern and western toys! From PVC, ABS, Vinyl, resin, poly caps, ball joint, revoltech and etc...

chrismandesign said...

this design is quite more appealing than the normal Gundam MS, also the color scheme is the kind i like the most... the series it belongs is unknown for me (as most of them LOL)... is really a quality toy, made of a sturdy resin with screws, the shield is great, it’s a gem =O... now it doesn’t seem like a MS suitable for ladies (female pilots) but i like it =)

bluedrakon said...

this was a nice series to collect and still has a good value today to have sine the figures were all well crafted.

Dennis aka Katsuden said...

>> chrismandesign
Going for less Gundam alike MS is my style and this probably is the niche to my collection. Not the mainstream and low profile personality. Appreciate the praises for this MS. Today is a very lucky day for cos I finally managed to get the original kit to this MS at a whopping S$15/- and found out that the seller stays just across the street. I even invited him to my place and we had great chats.

>> bluedrakon
This small figures even with box don't take up much space and it's sweet to have them around. Still like these sturdy figures that's able to withstand the test of time. I'm a pride owner of this Japan made toy.

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