This Name is so Censored: Metal Robot Spirits ⟨Side MS⟩ Satan Gundam = Monster Black Dragon [Real Type]

Before anything, Bandai Spirits also dropped new solicitation images for the MG Wing Gundam EW Ver.Ka, but I found this thing a lot more interesting. So far, Tamashii Nations has been going a great job translating various SD Gundam designs into their Real Types. And while I still need to do a lot of catch … Continue reading This Name is so Censored: Metal Robot Spirits ⟨Side MS⟩ Satan Gundam = Monster Black Dragon [Real Type]

They’re Back With More! The Robot Spirits ⟨Side GHOST⟩ Tachikoma (Ghost in the Shell S.A.C. 2nd GIG/SAC_2045)

Last April, Tamashii Nations announced the first ⟨Side GHOST⟩ entry in The Robot Spirits line, this being the Ghost in the Shell SAC_2045 version of the Tachikoma. It's more or less the same Tachikoma we know and love but with slight redesigns. While I haven't watched the latest installment, it does seem that the classic … Continue reading They’re Back With More! The Robot Spirits ⟨Side GHOST⟩ Tachikoma (Ghost in the Shell S.A.C. 2nd GIG/SAC_2045)

One Shots / "Bravery in Blue"

Rockman X: "Are your battles always like this?" Iron Man: "Yep, but I'll put this just at level two." Rockman X: "Two out of what?" Iron Man: "Two of-- hey look, to your left!" And that skirmish lasted for three more hours.

Why is This a Tamashii Web Exclusive? Metal Robot Spirits ⟨Side MS⟩ Freedom Gundam

That post title isn't really out of frustration over the indirect ways you'll go through to get this figure. It's rather a question of why Tamashii Nations decided to make one of their flagship Gundams an online exclusive. I'm talking about the Metal Robot Spirits ⟨Side MS⟩ Freedom Gundam. Is it because it's a retool … Continue reading Why is This a Tamashii Web Exclusive? Metal Robot Spirits ⟨Side MS⟩ Freedom Gundam

Today’s Robots: Twelfth-Scale and a Project

The previous incarnation of this blog had a recurring featurette showcasing the stuff I bought during a specific period, which are essentially new loot posts. It was called "Today's Robits" using a colloquial play on the word robot. And while that featurette didn't carry over the new incarnation of the blog, I might bring it … Continue reading Today’s Robots: Twelfth-Scale and a Project