Joseph Riggs (email@example.com)
Mon, 31 Jul 2000 15:05:14 -0700
Mark Simmons wrote:
> Junior asks,
> > Hello, all. I'm a somewhat new member who's been lurking for a little
> > while. I have a quick question about a couple of the models that I
> > own. Way back when, probably when the Gundam F-91 movie was less than a
> > year old, I picked up a couple of models in Little Tokyo (downtown LA) -
> > the title MS, and the Verga-Giros (numbers 5 and 6 of their line).
> > Unlike the much newer Wing Gundam models (which say HG on the box),
> > these models have nothing in English that would indicate a model
> > series.
> Gundam models didn't really have "grades" back then. I think the first
> "High Grade" series had already been released, but for the most part models
> just belonged to the appropriate series - in this case, the 1/100 Gundam F91
> series. (Trivia: F91 seems to have been the first series for which each
> scale was numbered independently.)
> Starting with 1993's V Gundam, we started seeing selected kits labeled as
> "High Grade." But before that, High Grade was a separate model series, like
> the current Master Grade and Perfect Grade lines.
> Does that help, or did I just make it more confusing? :-)
It makes perfect sense. Thanks for the info.
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