Gus Jae (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Sat, 22 Jul 2000 22:59:39 -0400
You the MAN!!!!
Thanks brother!!! :)
Now I need to go calm myself... The wife wants to know what I am looking at
on the computer that got me so excited :P
----- Original Message -----
From: Peter Savin <email@example.com>
Sent: Saturday, July 22, 2000 5:33 PM
Subject: Re: [gundam] MG Sazabi review
> Ok, I scanned some stuff from the Sazabi instructions and the Bandai 2000
> catalog (the scans are kinda big, around 150k each, I hate tiny pictures).
> >From the catalog:
> HGUC GP-01 (very nice looking, the best HGUC IMO):
> The face is a little stubby, but that kind of gives it a B-club look I
> Ranba Ral's Zaku:
> Mold recycling aside, this is one cool looking Zaku, I love the blue color
> MG RX-79:
> Nothing you probably haven't seen before, but I scanned it anyway. I
> the face looks quite nice.
> MG FAZZ:
> Oh baby...I admit it, I'm a fan of steroid Gundams. This thing is just
> monstrous, look at that BMFG! You can see that quite a few parts are
> different from the regular ZZ, the backpack is entirely different, more so
> than I had previously realized. The gunbelt appears to be cleverly
> articulated, though I can't quite tell how. I still wish they gave him
> elongated head and pointier feet of the Sentinel version.
> Yes, it's just plain huge. :)
> And from the instruction booklet:
> (I didn't scan the other color page, it's the same pix you see everywhere
> And some cool Katoki stuff from the booklet:
> Enjoy. :)
> Also, a couple of corrections on my previous review of the Sazabi kit.
> Further examination reveals that there are in fact 2 different colors of
> plastic, the dark red and a standard bright red. I don't know if that's
> purpose or what, it doesn't seem to jibe with his color scheme. Also, the
> big shield does in fact rotate on the arm mount, which is good. I still
> can't decide if I should start building it yet, my 1/100 hi-zak just came,
> and I've been fantasising about MG'ing that one for a while...
> Peter Savin
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