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  1. 7 hours ago, badboy00z said:

    I recently discovered the existence of "chip" LEDs that are pre wired from Evan's Design so I decided to give it a shot with the RG Tallgeese. The head design was simple and allowed for easy modding to fit the LED. I didn't take into account for the light bleeding through the plastic but it does give it a pretty cool "transcendence" effect that I'm alright with.  

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    Great build. Looks fantastic.

  2. American Horror Story: Apocalypse disappointing IMO...........I would rather have had a story about nuclear war and post-apocalyptic survival in fall out shelters vs roving bands of mutants and survivalists rather than a................

     

    Covern sequel about witches.....yawn. Honestly I found Covern really boring and gave up half way through.

    Asylum and Hotel are my favorite seasons of Amercan Horror Story.

     

     

  3. Gonna be starting to build the RG Crossbone Gundam this weekend. Little worried by the tiny size. Not sure my aging eyes are gonna be able to handle panel lining the tiny parts.......haha

    Although I previously disliked the Crossbone Gundam design, I've recently gotten into it after reading the manga. And I've always had a thing for the small size, late UC era MS such as the F90, F91, V and V2.

    Was originally thinking of buying the MG ver. Ka Crossbone, but after reading and watching a lot of reviews it seems to have a lot of negatives. Being an older kit, the colour separation is not great and most of the yellow parts need painting as they are only provided as yellow stickers. Also, seems like the colour separation on the weapons is not good as they also need the trim painting. Wish Bandai would release a ver. 2.0 MG Crossbone kit and while they are at it a ver. 2.0 Victory Gundam also as the red circle stickers used on the MG Knees and elbows suck.

  4. 3 hours ago, JakCrow said:

    Of course, if you get all the packs when they come out, you'll end up spending about $650USD. Now, if you wanted to buy a couple extra F90s, you're looking at close to $800

    Not that expensive.

    Living in Hong Kong I can order directly from P-Bandai. P-Bandai Hong Kong Pricing is:

    Mission pack set = HK$140 (including 2 types of packs), so x 13 sets to get the 26 Mission packs = HK$1,820. 

    F90 is HK$280, so x 3 = HK$840.

    Of course need to add some shipping cost but thats not expensive, the second F90 I ordered from P-Bandai they charged me HK$40 for the shipping. So say HK$40 per F90 for 3x F90 and 13x Mission Pack sets = HK$640.

    TOTAL = HK$1,820 + HK$840 + HK$640 = HK$3,300

    Converting that into US Dollars makes that about US$423 total

  5. 22 hours ago, Duymon said:

    I really hope they flush out the F90/F91 line.

    For sure we'll get more F90 stuff like the F90-II and various popular addons like the Plunge Type.

    We've already got a Silhouette Formula 91 remake suit coming out (Vigna Zirah) so there's always hope we'll see more.

    I'm looking forward to the VSBR packs for the F90 and also the S & D packs.

    It will also be interesting to see the rest of the previously unseen 26 mission packs.

  6. 9 hours ago, Darth Mingus said:

    Looks great.  Are you getting all the weapon packs as well?  The kit from the 90s wasn't too bad, but this one looks like it blows it away. 

    Yep, I've already got the first two weapon packs (E & S). Will start building them tonight.

    Also, planning to buy one more F90 and the other packs as they are released. Luckily, living in HK makes acquiring P-Bandai stuff easy at list price.

    Gotta say the colour separation on the MG F90 is awesome. Also, it's a really solid kit, no real problems with parts falling off when handling it unlike some kits. Also, the articulation is pretty decent. It can do a good ab crunch and both leg and arm articulation is pretty good.

  7. I'm really loving the newly released P-Bandai F90 Master Grade. It's a great kit. 

    The original non-grade 1/100 F90 A/D/S was the first ever Gunpla I built way back in 1990.

    So happy that a Master Grade had finally been released as the F90 is one of my all time favourite Mobile Suit designs. 

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