Edward Ju (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Thu, 4 Mar 1999 19:55:26 -0800
>On Mon, 22 Feb 1999, Edward Ju wrote:
>> Gundam Models Perfect Catalogue Ver 1.0 is one of the best publications from
>> the Dengeki series. Although the 1/60 F-91 and the Gundam HCMs are included
>> in the book, the real gems in it include:
>Wow, sounds like I shouldn't have passed this up the other day. Next time
>I'm there, I'll grab it.
>Now for the specific question: there are two High Complete Models that are
>rumored to have been produced, but that I've never seen hide or hair of.
>They were recolored versions of the Prototype Dom and Gelgoog Cannon, made
>to look like the Tropical Test Dom and Johnny Ridden's Gelgoog. Are these
>pictured in there?
Sorry for the late reply, finally had some time to catch up with old posts.
The answer is no. Since the book did have prototypes and unreleased items,
the omission of these two items is a good indication that the prototypes
were probably never made in the first place. Then again, the book did not
include the prototype MicroGundams which were never released, whose photos
appeared in one of Bandai's catalogs. However, if these two HCMs were
planned, I don't see why no Shin Matsunaga MS-06R-1 were made, since Bandai
went to the trouble to make the Black Trinary & Johnny Ridden versions of the
R-type Zakus, and they could have gone on to make S/F/J types while they were
Guess Bandai was less "cheap" with their molds back then.
.-/ Email: email@example.com .-.
_.-~ / _____ ______ __ _ _ _ ___ | ~-._
\:/ -~|| __||_ __// || | | | /| | / __/| .\:/
/ || __|:| |\:/ ' || |__| |_/:| || (:/:| \
/ /\/| ||____|:|_|:/_/|_||____|____||_|:\___\| |\ \
/ /:::|.:\::::\:\:\:|:||:||::::|:::://:/:/:::/:.|:\ \
/ /:::/ \::\::::\|\:\|:/|:||::::|::://:/\/:::/::/:::\ \
/ .::\ \-~~~~~~~ ~~~~ ~~ ~~~~~~~~ ~~ ~~~~~-/\/:.. \
/..:::::\ http://www.loop.com/~gundam /:::::..\
\:::::-~ I am an authorized EarthLink Agent. Ask ~-:::::/
\:-~ me how to switch from your ISP to EarthLink free! ~-:/
Gundam Mailing List Archives are available at http://gundam.aeug.org/
This archive was generated by hypermail 2.0b3 on Fri Mar 05 1999 - 16:06:19 JST