Unofficial Box Art Extravaganza: “Gundam Breaker Battlogue” Kits!

While the Gundam Breaker Battlogue anime is slated to drop this October, the actual kits are slated for November the earliest. But to the surprise of many, mainly those from the US, the kits are starting to show up as Target exclusives a month or so ahead of its Japanese (and the rest of the world) release. Reviews have also started to appear, giving us a first impression of these kits. You could search for them online, but what I’ll focus here are the box arts, because why not.

I also won’t talk about each kit since I’ve already given my unsolicited thoughts on a previous post — you check those out here.

To those unfamiliar with the Gundam Breaker Mobile storyline, the Gundam Helios is the third version of the mobile suit used by the game’s previously unnamed protagonist, now a named character: Ryusei Fudo. The previous mobile suits he used are the Gundam Artemis and Gundam Areus. I’m hoping Bandai Spirits would revisit those designs and make kits out of them because these three would definitely look good together.

HG 1/144 Gundam Helios
November 2021 / ¥2,300

Another design that’s starting to grow on me is the Blazing Gundam which I assume would also be a main lead along with the Gundam Helios if we’re using the key visual for reference. Given its focus melee combat, and its red color scheme, I think this kit should go pretty well with the Build Burning Gundam lineage of kits.

HG 1/144 Blazing Gundam
December 2021 / ¥2,000

HG 1/144 Gundam Perfect Strike Freedom
December 2021 / ¥2,300

HG 1/144 Gundam 00 Command Qan[T]
January 2022 / ¥2,000

HG 1/144 Gundam Livelance Heaven
November 2021 / ¥2,000

Unpopular opinion, I’m still not a fan of this design despite most people gushing over it. Too edgy for me I suppose.

HG 1/144 Gundam Barbataurus
January 2022 / ¥2,200

Entry Grade 1/144 Gundam [American Type]
October 2021 / $9.99 / Target Exclusive

Except for the Entry Grade Gundam [American Type] all these kits are available for pre-order on the usual stores and online shops, albeit the later release date. Get your Gundam Breaker Battlogue kits by heading on to HobbyLink Japan.


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