Wednesday, September 12, 2007

GFF METAL COMPOSITE #1002 PSYCHO GUNDAM Galleries Plugged

If there is going to be one Gundam that will leave all Gundam fanatics wetting their pants, it will have to be the MRX-009 PSYCHO GUNDAM. Psycho Gundam towers over all the Gundam units in the Universal Century. It made its appearance in the Zeta Gundam series and as HG 1/144 model kit. The Psycho Gundam has finally made its way into the Gundam Fix Figuration (GFF) line up as of the GFF #1002 Metal Composite figure. I happen to have the GFF #1001 Metal Composite: RX-78-2 Ver.Ka. So should I get this figure as well?

I have plugged two fantastic online galleries to share with you.
They sure got me poisoned!


Quoted from earlier post.
GUNDAM FIX FIGURATION METAL COMPOSITE #1002 PSYCHO GUNDAM
Unlike the earlier GFF Metal Composite #1001 RX78-2 which is the first GFF to be made in 1/100 scale (the scale of Master Grade model kits), the GFF Metal Composite #1002 Psycho Gundam is only 1/144. The GFF Metal Composite #1002 Psycho Gundam is not the 2nd Metal composite to be released. There is actually another GFF METAL COMPOSITE LIMITED #1001 RX78-3, which is exactly the same build as earlier with G-Fighter, except the colour scheme adopts the G3 style. but Though it came about as quite a disappointment since I was expecting to start a 1/100 GFF collection, but the thought of a 1/100 Psycho Gundam is simple insane, not to mention the price tag. In the Zeta Gundam animation, the height comparison of the Psycho Gundam to the RX-178 is approximately 2:1! Having the Psycho Gundam in 1/100 scale will mean it will be around 41cm tall, making its display an issue. Hence, the GFF Metal Composite #1002 Psycho Gundam is expected to stand at around 30cm in height! I will have to settle with that! Like the earlier, I swear by my own blood that the GFF Metal Composite is a 'Premium Collector's Series' where Disappointment is Impossible.

Model number
: MRX-009
Code name: Psycho Gundam
Unit type: prototype Newtype use transformable mobile armor
Manufacturer: Earth Federation Forces Murasame Research Institute
Operator: Titans
First deployment: UC 0087
Accommodation: pilot only, in panoramic monitor/linear seat cockpit in head
Dimensions: mobile suit mode: overall height 41.0 meters, head height 40.0 meters; mobile Fortress mode: overall height 30.2 meters, wingspan 32.4 meters
Weight: empty 214.1 metric tons; max gross 388.6 metric tons
Construction: gundarium alloy on movable frame
Powerplant: Minovsky type ultracompact fusion reactor, output rated at 33600 kW
Propulsion: rocket thrusters: 2 x 84000 kg; Minovsky craft system: 500000 kg total (operable in mobile fortress mode only); vernier thrusters/apogee motors: 6
Performance: maximum thruster acceleration: 0.43 G mobile suit mode, 1.72 G mobile fortress mode
Equipment and design features: sensors, range 10200 meters; psycommu system; psycho-control chair in cockpit (subsequent upgrade); anti-beam coating on armor
Fixed armaments: 3-barrel scattering mega particle gun, power rated at 4.8 MW per barrel, mounted in torso; 10 x beam gun, power rated at 2.0 MW, emitter barrels mounted as fingers in hands; 2-barrel beam gun, mounted in head; shield, mounted on left forearm
Pilot(s): Four Murasame, Ben Wooder
Appearances: Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam Original mechanical designer: Katsuji Murakami (principal design), Kazumi Fujita (cleanup)



Image source: amiami and Bandai Tamashii web

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4 comments:

Laurens said...

Yes u shud buybuybuy......

WILLIAM TAN said...

buybuybuy for your probro lar!

Laurens said...

money no enuff

WILLIAM TAN said...

105 niah! mai niao lah... cant even buy a HT box set with that. LOL!