Sunday, January 13, 2013

MG 1/100 Tallgeese EW - New Images [Updated 1/13/2013]

MG 1/100 Tallgeese EW (Release Date: Jan 24th 2013, Price: 3800 yen)
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Previously posted on display @ All Japan Model & Hobby Show 2012



















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130 comments:

  1. Please tell me you can change it to Tallgeese II or III like the old HG.

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    1. If that were possible, Bandai could have include Double Bullet parts into MG Age-2 Normal. Besides, the 3 Tallgeese(s) have different colour scheme.

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    2. Of course it's possible. They did it with the old HG. AGE-2 would've needed both new arms and new legs. Tallgeese just has a couple different armor parts, head, and alternate weapons.

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    3. They could for sure do Tallgeese II in it. All that is needed is an alternate head crest and shield.

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    4. "They did it with the old HG"
      That's the thing, they do it with the old HG but not MG. If part swapping to get different variation of a model kit is possible, we would have gotten less Zakus (type F and type J's difference are basically only the thrusters).

      Besides, it's confirmed now with new pictures. It says Tallgeese I EW.

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    5. Where exactly does it say "Tallgeese I EW?" All I see on those pictures is "Tallgeese EW."

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    6. TBH I'd be happy if they just included the heat rod shield. I don't particularly like the round shield. The rest would be pretty easy to paint blue on or modify.

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    7. @Anon (Oct. 10, 8:45 PM):

      Well, for that to happen, the first Tallgeese design should've had the heat rod shield to begin with. I guess you can either just wait for an MG Tallgeese III to be eventually announced, use the heat rod shield from an MG Epyon (with some modifications), or use the heat rod shield from the 1/100 TGIII (with some modifications). *shrug*

      I personally like the round shield in the Tallgeese and Leo designs, so we'll just have to agree to disagree on our tastes.

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    8. Umm... derp Anon (8:43PM), it says Tallgeese I EW there at the 2nd picture (currently). The picture with the lineart and all the details in Japanese word on a plate.

      On top right, it said MG OZ-OOMS Tallgeese I EW.
      And the words in red say "Tallgeese I, confirmed release as EW version".

      Even if you can't read Japanese, all the other pictures point to OZ-00MS only, no indication of OZ-00MS2 or OZ-00MS2B.

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    9. I'm sorry to tell you that Bandai is never that kind. They will make 3 different model, just like Age-1 normal, Spallow and Titus. Furthermore, yes, most of the parts are the same, but with different colour. If they ever going to provide us the feature, they'll need to include multiple number of the same frame with different colours. Then, the price. Are you willing to buy a kit that needs to dismantle and reassamble each time you want to change it to any version? If you ask me, I won't. I prefer Bandai make them just the same as Age-1. Furthermore, we can arrange them to stand side by side, it's better that way.

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    10. Tallgeese I, II, and III are different units, unlike versions of AGE-1 which are upgraded/modified from a basic unit.
      Of course prejudices of Bandai being unkind/stingy/whatever cannot be denied, but if we want to stay true to the series then we have to accept all 3 Tallgeeses be not convertible to each other in one box.
      Me? I favor Tallgeese III the most, but imagining playing around with that recoil mechanism on the dober gun really teases me to break open my piggybank before Tallgeese III.

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    11. @Anon (7:10AM):

      Yeah, that retracting/recoil mechanism seems pretty awesome. From what I can see of the photos, though, it seems the ammo clip on the very back is permanent; no indication you can remove it (like you could with the HGUC and MG Zaku II's machine gun). I wish the TG had that feature, but there's still many good details and features with the dobergun, so I won't nitpick much about it.

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  2. YES!!!Tallgeese EW has finally come!!!

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  3. YES!!!!

    YES!!!!!

    OMFG!!!! YES!!!!! THANK YOU BANDAI!!!!!!

    Literally shed a manly tear just now...

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  4. OMG MY BIRTHDAY IS IN JANUARY TOO!!!!

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  5. -Brain Explodes-

    Now were bound to get recolors and remolds for II and III tis a happy day

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  6. So glad i waited since 2011, will have nice dioramas with Wing

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  7. Lets see comes out in January... That means by February someone will make a custom MG Leo out of its parts! Neat!

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  8. This sure looks like the TV version to me, lol Bandai has made these MG Wing kits so goddamn confusing

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    1. Basically, they slap the EW label on it because the kit's general proportions and the art it was based off of is from Katoki, who did all the wing versions. There are probably subtle differences. The Epyon EW also is actually very different in terms of proportions, enough so that it was a separate unit in the PSP SD Gundam game.

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    2. @Christoph:

      In a way your point is valid, because Hajime Katoki originally designed the Tallgeese (and other OZ units) before he redesigned Kunio Okawara's Gundams for EW, and since the OZ designs were originally his, it doesn't need much (or any) retuning.

      But it is being marketed to be with the other EW MGs in promotion of the EW "The Glory of Losers" manga, so I wouldn't say it's confusing. I guess it could be if one didn't pay any attention at all; not everyone likes (or pays attention to) every Gundam anime/manga/story in the franchise, after all. (And Gunpla--while awesome--isn't the most important thing ever known.) *shrug*

      I could also bring up the fact that--in that manga--Tallgeese now has a "heat lance" of sorts, but I doubt the MG would provide it, given that we haven't seen the add-ons for the MGs of Deathscythe (wings), Heavyarms (missiles/tank treads), Sandrock (armor), and Shenlong (sword).

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    3. @Anon (Oct. 10, 6:39 PM):

      I agree in part, since there is a subtle change with the inside of Tallgeese's shield (it more closely resembles the inside of a Leo's shield, and has an extra detail or two added).

      Katoki has even tweaked his redesigns of the GW Gundams before; his Wing Gundam redesign changed a bit from the original drawings in '97 to the GFF and MG versions in '02 and '04. Heavyarms got it's gatling gun shield and combat knife back (as attachments), and the Gundams (apart from Wing) have had major add-ons in the new manga (which I guess Wing's ammo racks can be retroactively counted as). Tallgeese even has a heat lance.

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  9. First the new MG Nu Gundam and now this?! Why you make me love you Bandai?!

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  10. According to this, it said it's using a "Leo frame." guess what THAT could mean??? ;)

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    1. MG Leo. BAAAHHHHHH. hefghjkarghylrfihrlifahrg *vomits and promptly explodes*

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    2. @Darkstar0083:

      The Leo's a fine MS design. I take it you don't like the Leo? *shrug*

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    3. maybe he explodes from the awesomeness that exudes from the possibility of an MG Leo

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    4. yep I think @darkstar0083 was died from excitement, lol.

      don't forget to re-awaken at Jan 2013 tho, or you'll die in vain .. XD

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    5. Oh, yes. I think the Leo is the only grunt design to rival the Zaku when measuring originality. It's an exemplary example of a marriage between form and functionality. When you think about, it just makes damn sense, too. I posit that, when the day comes, a real-life, battle-ready mecha will look more like a Leo than anything else.

      It's a criminally underrated design. I gleefully explode at the mere prospect of Master Grade treatment.

      And let's talk about this Tallgeese! I'm in love. It's absolutely everything it's supposed to be. Bravo, Bandai. Bravo.

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    6. You're right, and not to start a flame war here, but 00's designs are also a bit on the functional side. XD Back to G-Wing, ALL MS designs are realistic, gundams notwithstanding. They are a bit inconsistent though, the Leo has a beam saber but not a beam rifle? Let's hope the Leo and the Taurus show up on Bandai to-make list.

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    7. @Anon (1:06AM):

      You're partially right. But there are two different types of beam rifles Leos have used. Why wasn't it a standard for all Leos to have both beam sabers and beam rifles?

      Perhaps early production models lacked beam saber weaponry (even though the Tallgeese had them) and many of these models (upgraded and otherwise) still aren't fit. Economic reasons could also fit in; maybe fitting all Leo MSs with beam rifles and swords was too expensive for production?

      Quite frankly, I don't worry about it (I usually invoke the MST3k Mantra in these matters), and feel that the 105mm rifle is the most iconic weapon the Leo should have with it (whether with a shield and beam sabers or not). So far, when I have my RD Leo (and the MSiA Leo) displayed among my collection, I have it holding the rifle.

      Maybe when/if I get the limited RD Leo Space Type, I'll have it on display holding the beam rifle it comes with. *shrug*

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  11. How about we get Wing Zero (TV version) after this? Most likely that would be for next year. arrggghh!

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    1. @Anon (Oct. 10, 6:56 PM):

      Eh, more likely it'll be at the 20th anniversary of Wing (not unlike MG Wing's release on GW's 15th). EW:TGoL and GW:FT are still being released, so I guess this is continued promotion for it. Plus, I have to wonder if Katoki's designs are more popular over there right now over Okawara's versions...

      In the meantime, I'd say get the RD WGZ (TV ver.) and enjoy it, for now. I believe it to be the best representation of WGZ (TV ver.) in model/figure form, currently.

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    2. I think they will do MG Tallgeese 2/3 first or perhaps MG Leo, easier with similar frame.

      Then perhaps MG Wing Zero TV follow. Or even MG Altron, with extendable arms.

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    3. Mg wing zero tv ver is gonna happen sooner than later. When the announcement came out that the wing series for mg's would be continuing for this year in 2013 a outline of a wing zero tv ver was on the banner. The way the banner was designed is like how they have most mg announcements. Outlined in a certain color and no filling on the line art.

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  12. Amazing, this made my day! I haven't been this excited for a new MG since the Epyon was announced.

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  13. YESSS!! FINALLY!! WOHOOO!! MG Tallgeese is here!!

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  14. ..yeah!finally!

    ..now give us MG Wing Zero, MG Nataku, and MG Heavyarms custom! *fingers-crossed*

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    1. Or just as likely, the Tallgeese III in MG form (just too bad they'll never make a Taurus - in Noin's colors).

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  15. MY GOD FINALLY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I HAVING GUNGASM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  16. So... what's the difference between this design and the regular one? Is this similar to how the Maguanacs were revamped?

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    1. @Anon (Oct. 10, 7:47 PM):

      Since Katoki originally designed the Tallgeese (and other OZ grunt MSs), there's not much of any difference. But there is at least one noticeable difference in the shield; the inside of the shield has a closer resemblance to a Leo's shield in configuration. In the original, the beam sabers were paired together, with a short handle that's off to the side of the beam sabers. The handle for Tallgeese ver. EW's shield is in-between the beam sabers, so the Tallgeese's left hand can easily grab it.

      Basically, just think of Endless Waltz (whether it be the OVAs or the "Glory of Losers" manga) as basically Wing's own "Gundam: The Origin"; in that MSG manga, some MS designs were slightly revamped, while others have a different (yet basically faithful) look.

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  17. my wallet is going to hate me...

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  18. YESSSSSS Its beeen so long since an MG I actually cared about let alone one of the most demanded kits ever!

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  19. TT H*NGL! can produce shen long including liaoya sword with nice detail in one package...

    why do B*nd*! doesn't learn from that condition... they can include tallgeese I's lance (the tempest) that was shown in the manga...

    hmmmm.... i'll wait for the weapon plamo

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    1. @Wil Way:

      Sometimes, I do think Bandai should've included the TGoL add-ons in the EW MGs, or at least release a TGoL weapons pack of sorts. As far as knockoff Gunpla goes, good for them in "one-upping" Bandai on doing just that, but since I don't care about Gunpla knock-offs (let alone pay attention to any of 'em), it's not much of a score of any kind, in my view.

      On the other hand, I thought the EW designs were great before TGoL came with the add-ons. They may be awesome, but given that they're just add-ons, they're not really necessary. It basically just give Wing and Heavyarms more ammo (which are probably the most practical add-ons), it gives Sandrock more armor (that it has to dispense of if it wants to be mobile with it's limbs), it gives Deathscythe wings (giving it some additional flight and mobility, but essentially makes it DS Hell Lite), and Shenlong gets a sword (which is basically a substitute for the Dragon Fang, since it can't extend like it could in Okawara's design).

      If anything, in the case of Shenlong--like with the optional moving head in the RD Leo's option pack--there should've been something to make Shenlong's dragon fang extendable again. It looked like it was extendable in one of the artworks Moruga (one of the TGoL mechanical designers) had made, but it isn't in Katoki's lineart (he could've made a minor tweak in his design) nor is it in the manga. (Again, Shenlong's sword is used instead.)

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    2. we know that b-cl*8 will start to make the add-on weapon and one more thing... IT'S F*&^%NG EXPENSIVE... just like a long time ago when they made resin conversion part from HG to be ver.ka model...

      i hope its not like the condition when strike freedom (ordinary) or destiny (ordinary) release and then strike freedom FBM and destiny EBM take the stage with minor change but more valuable... hmmmmm... and its helluva expensive once more!!!! NOOOOOOOO

      it's hard for the wing series lover... SOB...

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    3. @Wil Way:

      No, we don't know. We can guess based on their past actions... Maybe they'll eventually release add-on parts as a normal or limited release, or maybe they won't bother (as I originally thought when it came to the chances of EW ver. Gunpla having modern HG or MG releases).

      And sure, if they release it as a limited release or as resin conversion kit parts, they'll be expensive, but so can be the Gunpla and figure-collecting hobby in general. I wish it weren't, but I don't believe purely trashing helps any. Either get 'em or don't (which is a stronger statement than random comments on a random blog; I doubt Bandai will read our exchange here, let alone re-think anything).

      As far as it being "hard" for GW fans to collect related Gunpla and figures, it isn't. Sure, you're probably one who wished for regular releases years ago when there was only the regular 1/144 and 1/100 lineups, MSiAs, one GFF, and two MGs. I can only guess you were pessimistic enough back then (as I was) to think we wouldn't have much releases in the MG (or even modern HG) lineup, let alone releases about Katoki's version of the GW Gundams.

      But be glad that--after the 15th anniversary came and MG Wing (TV ver.) was released--you now have a new manga re-telling the story in a different way (ala "Gundam: The Origin"), a sequel story, and quite a few MGs based on such new material (that involves Katoki's redesigns both existing and new). Add to that, there are now quite a few GW-series Robot Damashii figures (whether already released or will be).

      Sure, some releases are limited items (RD Wing ver. EW, RD Leo Space Type) that seem too expensive, but either get them anyway or just sigh and forget about 'em. Just be glad about what you now have to choose from, Wil. It's certainly more than what TAG has gotten (and I like TAG).

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  20. YES! YES! AND BLOODY YEEEEESSSSSS!!!!

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  21. There goes my money ...... TT__TT
    YAAAAAAHHHH FINAAAALLLY !!!

    *sob* *sob*

    ehem.
    So, does anyone notice its a bit fat ?
    I think my 1/144 tallgeese was slimmer..

    Not that I care tho, I WILL DEFINITELY buy it on next Jan or Feb.. :)

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    1. @Dear:

      You mean the legs? The Tallgeese and Leo legs were always wider above the knee and smaller below the knee; I found it to be more "human-like" that way in comparison to some of the "bell-bottom" legs of some Universal Century MS designs.

      If you mean they're exaggerated a bit, then I guess you may have a point there, since I think I see that a bit. The waist looks like it could be just right, and it seems the other parts of the Tallgeese look right proportionally.

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    2. yep, those thighs. I feel those are too fat.

      however I still don't how much tall this mg tallgeese (ehe pardon the pun) compared to other mg. might be big overall.

      other parts is ok. proprotion is good overall. waiting for jan 2013 to come. :)

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    3. @Dear:

      Well, I thought I saw your point to an extent, but if you look closely at the photos (even the older ones), it's just the perspective of how we see this unpainted model. But if you still feel that way after taking it to account, then you should also have this minor nitpick for the Tallgeese and Leo designs themselves; they've always had bigger thighs, which is evident in their lineart.

      Again, I see that as being just a little bit more human-like in that aspect of TG's (and the Leo's) design than the bell-bottom legs that Zeonic and Gryps-era MS designs have. I personally never had a problem with that, nor do I with the bell-bottom legs of those other MSs I mentioned.

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  22. I wonder if they'll mod the legs for a Leo MG. Remember, Tallgeese has longer legs than your standard Leo. Standing up straight, it's supposed to be even taller than a Gundam

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    1. http://scope-eye.net/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/leo_and_tallgeese.jpeg

      Pic related.

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    2. @Aluus:

      According to Brian in a comment above, some of the description states that the MG Tallgeese is using a "Leo frame", so it's likely we'll see it (and the succeeding Tallgeeses).

      And remember that the EW MGs (outside of the repackaged Wing Gundam ver. Ka) basically use the same inner-frame as the MG Wing Gundam (TV ver.). That made sense, given that--in GW--the Gundams are all based on blueprints for WGZ.

      Though shouldn't it be the other way around; an MG Leo using a "Tallgeese frame"? The Leo's the mass-produced grunt version of the Tallgeese, after all.

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    3. ..yes I agree with you, it should be "Tallgeese is based from Leo" not the other way around..

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    4. @Wilvic:

      ...Huh? I'm confused; I mentioned that the Leo is based on the Tallgeese, not the opposite, so how could you agree with me? (I guess you meant that you did but typed Tallgeese in first and Leo second by mistake. *shrug*)

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    5. @Siroh

      ..ahhmm, sorry, but what I can remember is Leo was created first, on the first episode I think Leo is already present wherein Tallgeese comes on the later part of the series. Its like they modified a Leo to make the Tallgeese. If Leo exist before Tallgeese, then we can't say that "The Leo's the mass-produced grunt version of the Tallgeese"

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    6. @wilvic Tallgeese was made before the Leo. but it got benched because no one could use it.
      so they made the Leo based on the tallgeese.
      and it's not just the Leos that are based on the tallgeese. The gundams are also based on the Tallgeese.

      Zechs was pretty much the only person who could use the tallgeese effectively.

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  23. *sheds manly tear* -> realizing Bandai is actually listening to costumers..
    *sheds tears of sorrow* -> all that earned money gone in seconds...

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  24. Definitely long overdue!!!! Been waiting that since the 90s~!!!!

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  25. What's with all these amazing kits?!

    October - HG Legilis
    November - RG Zeta
    December - MG Nu ver. Ka; HG Delta Kai
    January - MG Tallgeese EW

    All my earnings... GONE! You're killing me!

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    1. Yuri Barbosa OrdesteOctober 11, 2012 at 6:56 AM

      For me, put HG Byarlant Custom and Rozen Zulu there... WHY BANDAI, WHY SO MUCH AWESOMENESS IN SUCH A SMALL FRAME OF TIME.

      Here's my mone...

      Aaaaaaand it's gone

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    2. MG Dark Hound & MG Aegis as well. Oh Bandai! WHHHHYYYY?!

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  26. OK i had decided that I wasn't buying anymore models and was going to focus more on another hobby.

    but you can not say no to the Tallgeese.

    Cant wait to see some color pics now it looks perfect already.

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  27. And we thought the two cloaked mobile suits earlier we saw earlier this year will going to be release. What was that two cloaked MS? Snowhite and what's the other one?

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    1. snow white and warlock
      the MS for Heero and Duo Jr. from frozen teardrop

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  28. So much releases:

    Oct - MG Aegis
    Nov - MG Age-2 Dark Hound, RG Zeta
    Dec - MG Nu Ver KA
    Jan - Tallgeese EW
    Feb - ???

    Hoping on MG Age-FX next year

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  29. unleashing the full fury now eh bandai?

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  30. The thighs look fat and I hope the gold trim is looks good

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    1. @Anon (6:25 AM):

      The thighs only look that way in some photos where we see a perspective view. Yes, they are still wider than the rest of the leg, but that's just being true to the lineart for Tallgeese.

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  31. OMG... Just yesterday I was actually considering getting the HG 1/100 tallgeese I/II/III (as all three ver come in one box) and make the tallgeese I then i wake up today and see this!
    This is one of the best news on kits for a long time! i have always loved the tallgeese since the anime and have been eagerly waiting for a MG since
    Happy Days!!
    XD
    Bandai is making me want to spend sooo much money with this hobby show! damn it bandai why all at once huh?!

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    1. haha, i was working on the tallgeese HG then this happened. I was like, bandai, why, bandai?

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  32. Am I the only who is hoping for MG version of G-unit series also? I really love them. They never get much attention from Bandai. And also Gundam X series.

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    1. Yes, This would be amazing, They MUST!!!

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    2. I wish Bandai heard us somehow. Haha

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  33. since this comes out it seems like bandai is actually listening to the fans, maybe theres still hope for X and DX...
    Oh, and I forgot the excitment! YEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEES!!!!! AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAARGRDHDTGHSTHJSGHJGHKJTYSJ SGJH JTYJ BWTYVBJTY J!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  34. OH HELL YES! Now we just need a Tallgeese II, Leo Ground, and Space Variants with hopefully an Ares someday.

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  35. I just swore off all useless merchandise and models taking up all the space in my room...

    But I can always make an exception for Tallgeese. Can't wait for the heat lance add on from Chinese bootleggers

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    1. @Anon (2:55 PM):

      Well, you could say most (if not all) entertainment is pretty useless, since it doesn't do much in comparison to what food, a vehicle, or other things can do for one's self... Or you can see entertainment (merchandise/model-related hobbies included) as potential morale-improvement in some marginal way. I wouldn't exactly call it useless in that perspective if it at least does that. *shrug*

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  36. I bow to thy awesomeness of this kit.

    CAN'T WAIT TO PICK IT UP

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  37. I hope they include the Tempest lance for this release. *dreams of an awesome MG Wing and MG Tallgeese battle*

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  38. Anyone noticed that it needs a clear block to prop it up?
    I hope they fix that issue...

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    1. It's just a prototype.

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    2. @Anon (6:06 PM):

      I can understand having that reaction when looking at the back of the Tallgeese model (or the design itself) and thinking that there could be back-heavy issues. But my NG 1/144 (which has no internal frame for support) usually doesn't fall from such issues, and neither does my MG Deathscythe ver. EW (that has a similar backpack in design).

      The only times my 1/144 TG fell on it's back was when I move around the shelves they were on. And--to that point--notice how the prototype model is standing on a rotating platform, so of course Bandai wanted to give it a bit of support to keep from it falling down. That's partly why it's standing the way it is.

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  39. I sincerely hope that a Master Grade Tallgeese III happens. It would fall right in line with Bandai Hobby's anniversary-fueled EW bender, and at ¥3,990 for the base Tallgeese, this archetype is going to fly off store shelves. I'll have to pick one up just to display it next to my Wing TV ver.!

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  40. HOLY COW. Was not expecting that!!! YYYYEEEEEEEEEEEEEEESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  41. It's just so beautiful... The manly tears... they will not stop.

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  42. are there translations for the text in the pics?

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    1. the pic with text? I give short version with my Opinion (@)
      1. EW renewal under Hajime Katoki's supervision
      2. Head got hidden Leo's Camera (@you guys should see it already), its based from MG Wing Series and Leo-type's Inner Frame (@I don't be surprised if Bandai is going to release MG Leo after Tallgeese I EW is out)
      3. Dobergun's gimmick (@just like Sinanju's Bazooka)
      4. Backpack's thruster gimmick(@as pic shown)
      5. dobergun & shield to shoulder's connector enhanced to make it has more variety posing actions
      6. Zech's figure (with mask, stand and sit)
      7. Hajime Katoki's Marking Decal
      8. Adapt with Action Base 1 (@Obviously)

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  43. Best year for gunpla T^T...Thank you GUNDAM GODS...Thank you

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  44. Price check! Sign says 3990 yen.

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  45. I like all the proportion on this kit except those "oversized thighs"
    oh well doesn't surprise me much as expected from katoki..

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  46. LOL obviosly the LEO frame is designed for the Mercurius and Vayeate, I am so surprised no one here ever thought of that!!!!!

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  47. Thighs are almost bigger than the body and looks like swelling
    I prefer the old 1/100 HG in terms of proportions. FAIL!

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    1. stupid fuckface fuck fuck, there is no FAIL or whatsoever in this kit. the proportions seems to be OK, and katoki designed this kit (i presume), so his leg proportions are quite different in a good way.

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  48. Am I viewing the verniers wrong or are they attached to the main body and not the shoulders?

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    1. they changed it, them verniers are now attached to the main body.

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  49. Real Grade plssss...

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    1. A Real Grade of Tallgeese will be most unlikely. If they'd make any A.C. Real grades, most probably it will be wing, which still has a pretty low chance of having a real grade kit anytime soon.

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  50. I prefer RD Tallgeese...

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  51. Based off of those CAD images, it looks like they're using the color scheme Katoki invented for the Gundam FIX artbook instead of the anime colors:

    http://bit.ly/VZDFhd

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    1. GAAAAHHH. I had a gut feeling they'd mould it with all those silly little yellow accents. I tried to find an image of that wretched colour scheme back when the MG Tallgeese was announced but never could. I honestly didn't remember it being so bad. Where'd all the black go? Now I'm wondering if I should wait for a TV version...if that ever happens.

      Goddammit, Bandai. You never fail to disappoint.

      Also, to all those people who've expressed that they'd rather an RG for every new MG announced: kindly can it, please. The Real Grade line was a great idea until the design department started hurling all that ugly, arbitrary detail onto every surface, seam line, and curvature available. That RG Justice Gundam, while impressively engineered, is a stylistic abomination. They took one of the only good designs from SEED and just...shat all over it.[/rant]

      Woo. That felt toxic coming out.

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  52. As much as I think it would be cool to have parts for the II and III, I think it's more likely that we're gonna see a separate release. Bandai could make more money like that since if you guys Tallgeese I, you're likely to get II and III as well. However, I think a Leo (and its variations) is likely too with this.

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    1. All I want is the Tallgeese I. I couldn't care less about II and III.

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  53. I know that Im going to buy two of these one to make tallegeese and one to make into a leo it looks like an easy conversion that people with minimal modeling skills could do

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  54. WTF IS THIS........I WANT THE TV VERSION, not with stupid yellow stripes! OMG!!!

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  55. seriously!? we're finally getting a MG tallgeese, long overdue, and all you can do is bitch about it not being talgeese II or III??? seriously buy the HG and kitbash it if it means that much....

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    1. I know what's long over due a MG Wing Zero Tv ver.. I want Bandai to make it so bad /:

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  56. This once again proves that no matter what bandai does, it's never good enough for some people. IT'S SO ANNOYING!!!

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  57. thank you thank you thank you bandai.but please bring out II and III as well.anyone besides me hope we'll get the lance at the last second or b3e able to buy it separate?

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  58. finally mg tallgeese and ppl complain about the colors
    lol ignorant never satisfied kids
    make one yourself if you dont like this or just quit gunpla
    retards

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  59. Some people are not thankful that we are getting MG Tallgeese in the first place. There are a lot of others Bandai could bring to the MG line. (I'm waiting for Wing Zero TV ver. also).
    They need to remember that this is EW version and not TV, so Bandai will modify something to justify the EW moniker. But in most respects it is hard to distinguish both versions except the yellow stripes on the EW and more rounded ends on the super vernier pack in the TV version.
    I hope they get the proportions right. The Tallgeese is bigger and taller than any of the first line of GW suits.
    The box art kind of disguises the Tallgeese as a big bulky MS, especially with its fat thighs and super vernier pack.

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  60. Technically it's not even the Tallgeese version from Glory of Losers. I don't see the giant lance or anything like that :S

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    1. So it's like you're saying that the MG Shenlong is not from Glory of Losers because it doesn't have the giant sword or the MG Deathscythe is not from Glory of Losers because it doesn't have the Rousette parts

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    2. if you want those weapons you would have to buy it from ebay.

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  61. I just noticed that the Dober Gun is 3 different colors

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    1. Yeah, I noticed it a while ago. I love the way those two grays and the navy blue come together on the Dober Gun and the rest of the kit. I like the EW colors

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  62. Its not gona be using the xxxg frame, is it? Btw it seems the frame for the upper torso and head looks kinda bare to me.

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  63. No. It uses the new Leo frame. Am I seeing things or do those little tabs push down to open the vernier?

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  64. Just noticed that the vernier backpacks are that light gray/off white color and have white and yellow accents. So cool :'D

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  65. definitely looks like they could use this frame for some other MG wing kits in the future. While I am not a big fan of Gundam wing and all the ms designs This looks like it would be nice to pick up

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  66. It's a wonderful post.I like the these wonderful graphics.I really download these pictures.Thanks for sharing with us.promotional modeling

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