The best part? Both Dragon Ball and Gundam go together very well. At least in these custom works, they do.
Yuushi Matsuyama, the composer of the original Mobile Suit Gundam anime’s theme songs, died last week after his house caught fire. He was 79.
LOVENIN, a Nintendo fan from Thailand, messed up and bought a black & grey Switch instead of a Neon one. To add some colour to his drab new console, then, he decided to take it apart and add some Gundam flavour to the thing. Looks great!
Just look at that! Workers pulling the head right off of the life-sized Gundam.
Mirror Gundam. Odaiba, Tokyo, Japan. By Aaron Baggett.
On March 5, 2017, the giant Gundam statue in Tokyo’s Odaiba will be no more. So there’s still time to see it, but not much.
Track: Burning Finger Theme | Artist: G Gundam | Album: G Gundam Soundtrack
Reader Khris, who earlier this year modified some Gundam models to look like mechanised Pokémon, is back with three more. These are based on the legendary birds Articuno, Zapdos, and Moltres.
You know what, for an amphibious mobile suit with iron pinchers, MSM-07 isn’t too shabby at model making.
D.Va’s mech is cute, I guess, but she’d do more damage in something out of Gundam.
Reader Khris likes Pokémon. He also likes Gundam. Here are three model kits that combine both of those things to excellent effect.
Jalopnik East has covered all the developments of the Char Anzable Gundam Toyota Auris promotional concept, to a small production run, and finally to its second and current iteration. It has been profitable for Toyota, so perhaps unsurprising that Toyota is heavily promoting it in animated commercials and going all…
In the 80s, manga artist and mech designer Makoto Kobayashi made a custom model kit called the “Special O”. It was so cool that Bandai picked it up and turned it into an official Gundam model.
This is truly a do-it-yourself item. In more ways than one, that is.
NOTE: This article was taken directly from my academic paper, “Effort Upon Effort: Japanese Influences in Western First-Person Shooters”, which was originally published on December 17, 2015.
Gundam Breaker 3 wasn’t the only Gundam game Namco Bandai revealed today. It also announced SD Gundam G Generation Genesis for the PS3, PS4, PS Vita and those who like alliteration.
Ready for more Gundam Breaker? Well, that’s exactly what you’ll get, then. Today, Namco Bandai announced Gundam Breaker 3 for PS4 and PS Vita. It’ll go on sale next year in Japan. no word yet about an international release.