Monthly Archives: July 2013

SDCC 2013 in Picture Power Rangers,Bluefin Tamashii Nation and Transformers

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SH Figuarts Kyoryu Sentai Zyuranger also finally MMPR Yellow Ranger is not girl is boy originally yes in Male Body.

Power Rangers:

Legacy MMPR Dragonzord and Dragon Dagger Die-cast

CRAP Ranger Key American version Men this is Ridicules.

Crappy Gokai-Oh/Legendary Megazord and Mobirates

Also guess who Green with White Chest Ranger Key is ShiShiranger from Gosei Sentai Dairanger. also Lion Thunderzord Originally it’s Green no stupid Black color I don’t like Zyuranger costume Better Gosei Sentai Dairanger costume Lion it’s Green no Black also MMPR White Ranger originally from Gosei Sentai Dairanger not Zyuranger.

Also Difference Ranger Keys Original Bandai Japan vs Bandai America version

Ranger Keys JP vs US

 

Transformers

Generations Autobot Whirl Voyager Class

Almost Exactly like anime Dorvack along with Roadbuster.

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Kamen Rider BLACK and Battle Hopper SH Figuarts Renewal version 2013

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Kamen Rider BLACK Difference SH Figuarts make renewal version 2013 very difference like D-Arts Wargreymon original 2010 version and renewal 2013 version Tamashii Web Exclusive,DX Chogokin Macross Frontier original 2008 version and renewal 2011 version.

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Difference Battle Hopper SH Figuarts original 2010 vs renewal 2013 difference Battle Hopper Antenna difference colors Shiny Green original 2010 version and renewal 2013 aqua Green correct Show Accurate.

SH Figuarts Kamen Rider BLACK 2009 original version vs 2013 renewal version

Difference SH Figuarts Kamen Rider BLACK original 2009 version vs renewal 2013 version difference.

Head and antenna,Chest,Elbow,weist ,Knee and Ankle and Kingstone Belt.

better 2013 renewal version TV Show Accurate.

 

SD Gundam model kits Force Impulse Gundam Review by Bandai

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SD Gundam model kits Force Impulse Gundam Review by Bandai

Mobile Suit Gundam Seed Destiny in 2004  TV Series

Pilot By Shinn Asuka also voice by Kenichi Suzumura known Imagin Ryutaros from Kamen Rider Den-O

SD Gundam version almost like Super Robot Wars games

History

In late CE 73, ZAFT created a new series of advanced mobile suits to succeed their previous generation of Gundams, which were all lost in the previous war. Since the Treaty of Junius banned the military use of the Neutron Jammer Canceller, these new Gundams use conventional battery power instead. However, technological improvements over the last two years mean that battery efficiency is improved. One of these new suits was the Impulse, a multi-role unit similar in concept to the Earth Alliance’s old Strike. The Impulse was designed simultaneously with ZAFT’s new battleship Minerva, which includes a catapult exclusive to its use. Using this smaller catapult, the Impulse launches with its modules divided, while combining in flight.

The Impulse was initially piloted by Shinn Asuka, who was selected personally by PLANT Supreme CouncilChairman Gilbert Durandal. Shinn performed very well with Impulse, destroying over a dozen enemy warships, numerous mobile suits, and the stolen ZGMF-X31S Abyss. He even managed to defeat the ZGMF-X10A Freedom. After he received the new ZGMF-X42S Destiny, Impulse was reassigned to Lunamaria Hawke. Lunamaria first piloted the Impulse during Operation Ragnarök, the invasion of Heaven’s Base in Iceland, where it assists Shinn’s Destiny and Rey’s ZGMF-X666S Legend in defeating the base’s GFAS-X1 Destroy squad. Impulse was heavily damaged at the end of the Second Bloody Valentine War in the battle near Mobile Space Fortress Messiah byAthrun Zala‘s ZGMF-X19A ∞ Justice, however it’s ability to regenerate proves it’s survival.

An additional four units of the Impulse were built during the course of the war. These four units were all equipped with θ Destiny Silhouette, with two suits being piloted by Mare Strode and Courtney Heironimus. Courtney Heironimus once explained that there are plans to fit ZGMF-X24S Chaos GundamZGMF-X31S Abyss Gundam andZGMF-X88S Gaia Gundam with Core Splendor system, meaning that they are developed to collect data for new Silhouette Pack that would allow Impulse to have better performance in specific environment. Upon hearing this, Jess Rabble immediately imagines how ZGMF-X56S/δ Chaos Impulse GundamZGMF-X56S/ε Abyss Impulse Gundam and ZGMF-X56S/ζ Gaia Impulse Gundam might look like. This plan seems to be abandoned by ZAFT later, most likely due to the theft.

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WF-01 1/144 Scale Model Wing Gundam from Mobile Suit Gundam Wing Review by Bandai

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WF-01 1/144 Scale Model Wing Gundam from Mobile Suit Gundam Wing Review by Bandai

Mobile Suit Gundam Wing in 1995 TV series

first came out in United States America English Dub by Ocean Group Canada Cast TV channel Cartoon Network in Toonami

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Heero Yuy (ヒイロ・ユイ Hiiro Yui?, spelled Hiiro Yui in the original Japanese version) [EZ, W, BT, BP, EW, FT]

  • Nationality: Japanese

The protagonist of Mobile Suit Gundam Wing, and the pilot of the XXXG-01W Wing Gundam and the XXXG-00W0 Wing Gundam Zero. During the series, very little of his past is revealed, although according to the manga Episode Zero revealed that he was once a nameless protégé of the assassin Odin Lowe until the assassin’s death during a failed mission. Shortly thereafter, the nameless boy (Heero) was taken in by Doctor J and trained as a Gundam pilot. On the onset of Operation Meteor, Doctor J gave him the code name “Heero Yuy” after the martyred leader of the colonies. Although he speaks in a monotone voice and appears cold, reckless and emotionless, some believe that Heero is actually a very kind-hearted young man who feels sympathy for the oppressed space colony citizens. Though his true feelings for Relena are never fully explained, he has vowed to protect her from any danger (even though, ironically enough, he originally threatened to kill her when she learned of his mission). Heero Yuy was voiced by Hikaru Midorikawa in Japanese and Mark Hildreth in English.

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