Kev K (
Thu, 23 Mar 2000 23:46:19 GMT

Yes it's mighty darn expensive for an action figure, but hey look at the
size of that thing. Bandai never, ever did a Big Zam in this scale. And the
surface detail isn't too shabby either. I guess that makes it worthwhile.
I'm pretty sure there are a lot of OYW fans out there that will actually
dish out the money for this baby. Let's not forget that the majority of OYW
fans are in the working class age, so money shouldn't be a problem. I do,
however, feel sympathy to those who don't have that kind of money to spend
on the figure. Hehehe I guess we'll have to start saving money now. :p

>From: Chien Ting Chin <>
>Subject: Re: [gundam] Pictures of All new MSIA
>Date: Thu, 23 Mar 2000 18:18:25 -0500 (EST)
>Tomonaga wrote:
> > I don't know, 16000 yen seems still too expensive considering the
> > low cost of the other figures and the fact that it doesn't really do
> > except to look awesome. Personally I think it will come under 10000
>yen even
> > though it's one of the biggest Gundam related product released by
>Yeah I know, 16000 Yens for an action figure of a bad guy which appeared
>in only 1 episode is too much. But 40 cm is freaking huge!
>Most of the injection models have been priced proportional to the weight
>of the plastic. So at first I tried 4^3 times, but 64000 Yens is crazy.
>So I figure for an action figure, the cost maybe proportional to the
>surface area (mold design and painting) so I used 4^2. Anyway, it's just
>a guess.
>I guess I am saying it's incredible that Bandai is putting out a 40cm tall
>action figure. The PG Gundam is only 33 cm tall.
>CHIN, Chien Ting
>Dept of Medical Biophysics, Sunnybrook Health Science Centre
>... o O *
>Man is a bubble
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