MG Destiny Impulse R Review

Ladies and gents, I’m back with another review and AT LAST, it’s another model kit review. I’m really excited to build this thing and so I did it. However, it won’t be finished until I get my hands into something. Once I receive that, I’ll continue on the build. In relation to that, I’m going to do a lot of tutorials. There will be quite a number of it that I’ll try in this kit and I’m excited on doing those.

Also do take note, I had an old review of Sword Impulse, however, that might be taken down because I’m about to do something. A revamp of the review itself + some more stuff that you have to watch out for.

Let me now shut my mouth or rather my fingers and proceed straight on to the review proper. So without further a do, here’s my take on the MG 1/100 Destiny Impulse R.

Double Review, Let’s Go!!

It’s been a while since my last review. And at last, my long overdue review of HG Sinanju is here. Based on the title, I have two reviews up. It’s no other than MG Zeta Karaba. You all know that I have already finished it, so yeah.

The build part of MG Zeta Karaba will be posted, hopefully, tomorrow.

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MG 1/100 Sinanju ver Ka Review

After a month of hardwork, on the model itself, and more than a week of writing the blog, I was finally able to finish EVERYTHING. From the review, the build and taking pictures. It might get updated when I get my hands on the gattling guns. But for now, be contented with this 😛

This is the hardest model I’ve ever built. Time, patience and everything was tested. I don’t think I’ll ever achieve this without an inspiration, ahem it’s you.

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Double Review Up!!

As promised, I was able to finish two reviews. I was really kinda expecting 4, but time didn’t permit me so. I really thought that snapbuilt MG Sinanju will only take about 1 whole day, unfortunately, it took me 3 half-days, so that’s about 1 and a half-day.

I kinda rushed these two reviews, with all honesty. I haven’t had any pics of posing Aegis. I’m reserving it once I’m done with it. But that might take a while. I don’t even know if I’ll be able to finish MG Ballute System this year, I mean, just check out the review to figure out why.

Anyway without further a do, here are the review for MG Aegis and MG Ballute Sytem.

MG 1/100 Marasai Review

I told you I’ll post its review ASAP. Unfortunately, not as short as I expected. Things came up by surprise, and this time, it’s not because I’m being lazy. Don’t worry, I’ll post MG Ballute System’s review as well. But maybe 2 weeks from now.

MG Marasai, the red/orange MS from Zeta. A grunt suit that I enjoyed (but not as much as Zakus or Geara Dogas). It’s similar to a Zaku, but this one went to the gym for quite sometime.

Anyway, without further a do. I present you my review of MG Marasai

MG 1/100 Gundam 00 (Trans-Raiser) Review

It’s been a while, again, since my last review. Get ready as I’m planning to make some more reviews, specifically, 2. But they aren’t really your usual reviews so better watch out.

I don’t want to repeat myself and you already know that this kit was a blessing. I really really want this kit so bad and I hope Bandai will also make an MG 00Q (Trans-Am). This is my first Tamashii Nation exclusive kit and yet, my most expensive kit.

I got this because, yes, it’s pink. It’s got no real advantage over the regular version, but hey, can’t Gundam 00 Raiser use its Raiser Sword only when it’s in Trans-Am? So technically, it’s the only version that can authentically use the Raiser Sword, LOL!

Before going into the review itself, I’d like to share something. It’s the one I promised that everytime I review a kit, I’ll open a box from my Collection DX and show it to you. I opened the box based on this pattern, “5357”, which is the total price in yen of my Collection DX series’ 8 and 9. At first, I opened the box number 5, from that, I counted 3, skipping the opened boxes of course. After I finish doing the “5357” pattern, I’ll just repeat it until I opened everything, get it? Anyway, here is what I got:

I got F91 Harrison custom, correct me if I’m wrong. It’s pretty beat IMO. But I still prefer the original colors.

Anyway, without further a do, I present to you my review of MG 1/100 Gundam 00 (Trans-Raiser).

MG 1/100 Gundam Epyon (Review)

This is almost a month in the making. I can’t believe that it took me this much just to make a review on this kit I really anticipated. I made this kit as detailed as possible. I even added a comparison section, since I’m lucky enough to own an HG 1/100 Epyon.

I will post, maybe tomorrow, the 3 features since you know I’m quite delayed bringing them in to you. I’ve been busy updating in my other blog about recent announcements.

Anyway, without further a do, I present to you the review of the MG 1/100 Gundam Epyon

MG 1/100 Exia trans-am version review

Though this kit is almost pink, pink is actually the mixture of white and red, so it passed my specifications. I tried to make it as detailed as possible, but I know I still missed some parts since it’s been a long time since I built this. I don’t even have the pictures for runners and unassembled parts.

Anyway, without further a do, here’s my MG 1/100 Exia Trans-am version review

MG 1/100 Zaku II 2.0 J. Ridden’s (review)

I’ve decided to remodel the way my page goes and pattern/copy it with Z’s. He’s my idol afterall.

Without further a do, here’s the MG Zaku II 2.0 J Ridden’s review

MG 1/100 Zeta Plus A1 (review)

Zeta Plus, oh I thought you are a Gundam, I failed. I also thought you’re color red, I failed. But at least you have a shade of red and you look like a Gundam. Imma paint you!!

Anyway, without further a do, I present to you the MG Zeta Plus A1 review. Enjoy!