A model of the White Base, a Mobile Suite Carrier from the UC timeline, will be joining the FW Gundam Converge series in March.
Three Mobile Suites, along with a Core Fighter are included with the more than 14 inch long White Base. A total of six FW Gundam Converge Mobile Suites, three on each side, can be carried by the White Base.
A 1/60 Scale, Perfect Grade model, of the Banshee Norn is slated for release in March, 2018. Priced at about $215 USD, it appears that the maximum quota for pre-orders has already been reached for the kit. Featuring a Green Psycho frame, the unit can light up with the use of an optional LED unit. .
Three new BEAR’GGUY Gunplas have been announced for release in February by Bandai. The new releases will include a PAPA’GGUY and two PETIT’GGUY varieties. The PAPA’GGUY (center image) sports a mature look with a top hat and cane, while the two PETIT’GGUY Gunplas, Soda Pop Blue & Ice Candy (the image on the left) and Bitter Sweet Brown (the image on the right), are both desert themed. Please note, Bandai has warned Gunpla builders that neither desert themed PETIT’GGUY is edible.
Chocolate flavored tofu molded in the form of the Dom Mobile Suit is now available in Japan. Available in mild, bitter and milk varieties, the tofu is made by Sagamiya Foods Co and is priced at 200 Yen a piece. The company is best known for producing Zaku shaped tofu in 2012. The Zaku shaped tofu proved to be smashing success and sold nearly 5 million units.
A limited edition MG Raiser featuring a clear design scheme is now available for sale. Priced at 7100 Yen, the Master Grade kit will be on sale at The Art of Gundam exhibition, which is currently taking place in Tokyo at the Mori Arts Center Gallery until September 27th.
If Red, Yellow, Pink and Blue Petit’GGuy’s were not enough for you, attendees to the upcoming Chara Hobby C3xHobby event will have the opportunity to purchase a green version. Priced at 540 Yen, the Green Beargguy Gunpla will be available at C3xHobby, which will take place in Tokyo on August 22nd and 23rd.
If you can’t afford the solid gold Gundam on display at The Art of Gundam exhibition in Tokyo, why not spring for a Gundam inspired Water Bottle instead. Priced at 450 Yen, the water bottles are on sale at The Art of Gundam exhibition and feature a design modeled of character uniforms seen in the Gundam franchise.