Re: [Pre-Review] Brainpowerd Kits are LM with a vengeance

Prabal Nandy (nandy@U.Arizona.EDU)
Thu, 21 Jan 1999 21:58:31 -0700 (MST)

> While we're being fair with LMs, the Escaflowne LM wasn't half bad. It
> *did* need some substantial reworking (breaking an arm in two places,
> custom cape, lots of patience) to look good, but it's better than

  It was cute and at least decently detailed. I'm sure glad I only paid
$10 for one in a fit of boredom. Honestly, it's much crappier than even
the cheapo $6 V-Gundam kits.

> shelling out 29800 yen for the transformable version... :)
  That is true.

> I think the GX LMs were the best of the lot!

  What? you got to be kidding!
  By far the best LMs were the GW LMs, those two models were pretty much
1/144 model kits with solid plastic parts sold as LMs... they were fully
jointed and articulated and didn't have any of the annoying
plastic-on-plastic 'joints' that the LMs were infamous for.


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