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The first toy for Rumble was originally released in an earlier Takara toy line called Microman. In cassette mode, the toy was able to fit inside the body of Cassetteman (who would later become Soundwave). When the line was imported to the U.S. as Transformers, the toy was released in two different colors as different characters — Rumble and Frenzy. Rumble's colors changed over the course of Generation one, originally being red (leading to confusion as Frenzy was blue) in the original toyline and Marvel comics. The cartoon made Rumble the blue robot instead. Dreamwave comics, IDW comics, and even the recently-released Alternators toy all represented Rumble as a red robot. The Japanese dub of the original Transformers series switched Rumble and Frenzy's names around so that their cartoon appearances would match the colors of their toys. [wikipedia]
Saturday, 16 August 2008 | 2762 hits
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Red Samurai Gundam
Saturday, 16 August 2008 | 3903 hits
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Megatron is a Transformer robot, the original "alternate mode" being a custom Walther P38. He has large exposure in the comics and television series as well as his function as the leader of the villainous Decepticons, opposite the heroic Autobots. Bob Budiansky, the writer for the Marvel Comics series stated in an interview that the name "Megatron" is a portmanteau derived from "Megaton" and "Electronic." Originally Hasbro took issue with the name, saying it sounded too dangerous, like an atomic bomb. Budiansky responded that as the lead villain, that was the whole point. Hasbro saw his reasoning, and approved the name. [wikipedia]
Saturday, 16 August 2008 | 4277 hits
Free Models/Gundam - Giant Robot
The RX-75 Guntank is a fictional weapon from the mecha anime Mobile Suit Gundam. The RX-75 Guntank was the first prototype mobile suit developed in the Earth Federation's Project V. However, the Guntank hardly qualified at all as a mobile suit, which generally referred to bipedal machines. The Guntank had the torso and arms of a mobile suit, but possessed a tank-like base with tracks. It also lacked the humanoid manipulator hands and had a canopy-style cockpit on the head, along with the cockpit in the torso. Like all Project V prototypes, the Guntank's design incorporate the Core Block System. The RX-75 Guntank was developed when the first rumors of the Principality of Zeon's mobile suits reached the Federation. The Guntank was designed as a long-range anti-mobile suit and artillery support unit. Although its performance in this role fell below expectations, it did pack a heavy punch. Its main weapons were twin 180mm recoilless cannons, which were capable of both effective direct and indirect fires at both long and medium ranges. The Guntank's two arms ended in four-barrel missile launchers instead of manipulator hands. These weapons provided good cover fire against enemy tanks and aircraft but less effective against enemy mobile suits at close range. Guntank, along with Gundam has great cultural influence in Japan. The rescue robot T-52 Enryu(援竜)(official link of newer model T-53) created by Tmsuk(official page) for the Japanese fire department is quoted to be Guntank(?)'s huge rescue robot by My commu journal. [wikipedia]
Saturday, 16 August 2008 | 10476 hits
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The Rx-93 ν Gundam (Nu Gundam) is a Mobile Suit designed by Yutaka Izubuchi piloted by the main character, Amuro Ray, in the animated movie, Mobile Suit Gundam: Char's Counterattack. The ν Gundam was Amuro Ray's personal Mobile Suit during the 2nd Neo Zeon war against his archrival Char Aznable. Although it was only partially finished at the time of its deployment, it proved to be a formidable Gundam. Incorporating Psyco Frame (サイコフレーム, Psyco Frame?) technologies secretly provided to Anaheim Electronics by Char Aznable of Neo Zeon, the ν Gundam was able to use Psycommu (サイコミュ, Psycommu?) weapons, fin funnels, and channel the emotions and newtype energies of a suitable newtype pilot. Despite its name, the fin funnels equipped on ν Gundam are actually bits since they have built-in generators instead of Energy-capacitors like most funnels. While this made them much more expensive to construct, and allowed less modules for equipping than the standard, this had an enormous benefit by giving the fin funnels a tremendously long operational time. Circling the battlefield on their own, the fin funnels could be utilized in far more creative and strategic ways than standard funnels could. The actual beam of the fin funnels was also larger and stronger than usual since each had its own generator. The fin funnels also had the ability to generate a unique beam shield, known as Fin Funnel barrier, providing a defense against both beam and solid projectiles. Although these unique funnels proved incredibly effective and flexible in purpose, they were also much larger than the standard funnel which made them easier targets to shoot down if used too brashly. When combined with legendary ace pilot Amuro Ray's immense skill and experience, this powerful state of the art Mobile Suit was able to almost single handedly keep the Neo-Zeon's elite forces at bay, and its unique Psycommu system known as the psyco-frame was put to the test by Amuro for this harrowing battle. [wikipedia]
Saturday, 16 August 2008 | 14360 hits
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Robot from SF Paper Craft Gallery, Design by Sunichi Makino
Saturday, 16 August 2008 | 6995 hits
Free Models/Gundam - Giant Robot
Dragon Warrior is the main character in 魔神英雄伝ワタル, a popular anime in Japan in 1989s. The original name of this robot is 龍神丸(りゅうじんまる), the similar meaning of Dragon Warrior. I loved this anime very much when I was young, and I think there are many anime fans still love this robot nowadays too. However, unfortunately, we can't buy or hard to find this model in model shop anywhere, so I would like to bring it appears to the world again. Let's get it and build it together!! It's free to download now!!!
Saturday, 16 August 2008 | 2597 hits
Free Models/Gundam - Giant Robot
The RX-75 Guntank is a fictional weapon from the mecha anime Mobile Suit Gundam. The RX-75 Guntank was the first prototype mobile suit developed in the Earth Federation's Project V. However, the Guntank hardly qualified at all as a mobile suit, which generally referred to bipedal machines. The Guntank had the torso and arms of a mobile suit, but possessed a tank-like base with tracks. It also lacked the humanoid manipulator hands and had a canopy-style cockpit on the head, along with the cockpit in the torso. Like all Project V prototypes, the Guntank's design incorporate the Core Block System. The RX-75 Guntank was developed when the first rumors of the Principality of Zeon's mobile suits reached the Federation. The Guntank was designed as a long-range anti-mobile suit and artillery support unit. Although its performance in this role fell below expectations, it did pack a heavy punch. Its main weapons were twin 180mm recoilless cannons, which were capable of both effective direct and indirect fires at both long and medium ranges. The Guntank's two arms ended in four-barrel missile launchers instead of manipulator hands. These weapons provided good cover fire against enemy tanks and aircraft but less effective against enemy mobile suits at close range. Guntank, along with Gundam has great cultural influence in Japan. The rescue robot T-52 Enryu(援竜)(official link of newer model T-53) created by Tmsuk(official page) for the Japanese fire department is quoted to be Guntank(?)'s huge rescue robot by My commu journal. [wikipedia]
Saturday, 16 August 2008 | 2597 hits
Free Models/Gundam - Giant Robot
The RGM-79 GM (pronounced "Jim" in Japanese), supposedly an acronym of Gundam Mass-production type, is the mass-produced version of the RX-78 Gundam. Though many variants were produced over the years, the RGM-79 GM (also known as the "General Type" GM) was the Federation's first true mass-produced mobile suit. After the conclusion of the One Year War, the GM and its variants became the staple of the Earth Federation military, and is the most time-withstanding family of mobile suits in UC history. [wikipedia]
Saturday, 16 August 2008 | 2900 hits
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Gurren Lagann takes place in a fictional future in which human beings have been forced under Earth's surface and live in isolated subterranean civilizations. These "villages" have no contact with the surface world or other villages. Because frequent earthquakes damage infrastructure, the villages must constantly extend deeper into the earth — individuals relegated to this task are known as "diggers". Giha Village is the home of Simon, a fourteen-year-old digger who was orphaned when his parents were killed in an earthquake. Although Simon is respected by the village elders as the best of the diggers, he is ostracized by his peers. Simon discovers a special drill key deep in the ground and is soon recruited by an eccentric fellow orphan named Kamina into his group "Team Gurren". Kamina dreams of the surface world, which he once visited as a child, though he had to return home as he was too weak to survive there. [wikipedia]
Saturday, 16 August 2008 | 4190 hits
Free Models/Gundam - Giant Robot
The RGM-79C GM "Kai" ( "modified"), also known as the GM Late Type, is an upgrade of the standard RGM-79 developed around the conclusion of the One Year War. While similar in many respects to the wartime model, the GM Kai featured upgraded maneuvering thrusters that provided a modest upgrade in performance. This refinement of the GM design would serve as the basis for numerous variants, and was the mainstay of the Federal forces until the rollout of the new GM II units in U.C.0085. [wikipedia]
Saturday, 16 August 2008 | 5974 hits
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The RX-121 Gundam TR-1 [Hazel] is a functional test machine assigned to the Murphy team. The veteran soldier Lt. Wes Murphy, commander of the Murphy team, serves as its pilot. Although it's a test machine, it was developed for use in real combat, so its basic movement systems are the same highly reliable ones used in the GM series mobile suits. Its beam rifle is a prototype version of the energy pack type which the next generation of machines are expected to carry, and this machine has also been used in the development and testing of other devices such as the shield booster. [gundam.wikia.com] Intructions : head , chest , skirt , feet , arms , shields & backpack
Saturday, 16 August 2008 | 15141 hits
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The RX-78 Gundam is a series of fictional testbed mobile suits in the Gundam Universal Century developed by the Earth Federation. The titular mobile suit of the series, the RX-78-2 Gundam, is a member of this series. The RX-78-2 Gundam serves as the iconic symbol of the Gundam universe and sparked the creation of its multiple sequels and spinoffs. [wikipedia] Instructions : head , body , legs , arms , backpack
Saturday, 16 August 2008 | 9372 hits
Free Models/Gundam - Giant Robot
Neon Genesis Evangelion (新世紀エヴァンゲリオン, Shin Seiki Evangerion?), commonly referred to as NGE, Eva, or Evangelion, is a commercially[1] and critically[2] successful, influential, and popular Japanese anime that began in October 1995; the series launched the Neon Genesis Evangelion franchise. It is commonly regarded as one of the greatest anime of all time.[9] The anime was created by Gainax, written and directed by Hideaki Anno, and co-produced by TV Tokyo and Nihon Ad Systems (NAS). Evangelion is an apocalyptic mecha action series which centers around the efforts by the paramilitary organization Nerv to fight monstrous beings called Angels, primarily using giant mecha called Evangelions which are piloted by select teenagers, one of whom is the primary protagonist. It follows those teenagers and other NERV members until the defeat of the Angels and the eventual apocalyptic ending. Events in the series refer to Judeo-Christian symbols from the book of Genesis and Biblical apocrypha among others.[3] Later episodes shift focus to psychoanalysis of the main characters, who display various emotional problems and mental illnesses;[4][5] the nature of existence and reality are questioned in a way that lets Evangelion be characterized as "postmodern fantasy".[6] Hideaki Anno, the director of the anime series, had suffered from clinical depression prior to creating the series, and the psychological aspects of the show are based on the director's own experiences with overcoming this illness.[7] In the original Japanese, the word "Evangelion" is pronounced with a hard g per its Greek roots (see Translation notes on the title below). [wikipedia]
Saturday, 16 August 2008 | 6012 hits
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Ravage is the name of several fictional characters in the Transformers universes. Due to the inability to trademark the common name Ravage, he is sometimes called Battle Ravage, Command Ravage or Tripredacus Agent.[citation needed] In 2007 Hasbro released the Alternators toy under the name Ravage again. [wikipedia]
Saturday, 16 August 2008 | 4545 hits
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Following in the wave of amphibious mobile suits being developed for the Principality of Zeon's Earthside war front during the One Year War, MIP Company's first production model mobile suit was the highly successful MSM-07 Z'Gok. Being both fast in the water and agile on land, the Z'Gok had learned from Zimmad Company's MSM-03 Gogg and Zeonic Company's MSM-04 Acguy, replacing the bulky ballast water tanks normally used for cooling the suit's reactor out of water with an air-cooled fan system. The Z'Gok also had mega particle cannons mounted in the claw-hands for easier aiming, and large-capacity magazines for its missile launchers. All of these factors made the Z'Gok perhaps the most successful line of amphibious mobile suits used by the Principality of Zeon. [gundam.wikia.com]
Saturday, 16 August 2008 | 3380 hits
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The MSA-0011 S Gundam was designed from the very beginning to support optional equipment such as boosters, heavy weapons, and extra armor. The Ex-S Gundam is a heavy equipment type created according to this plan. Where previous full armor systems were designed mainly for defense, the extra equipment of the Ex-S Gundam simultaneously protects the pilot, increases the mobile suit's firepower, and enhances its mobility. These new parts also enable the mobile suit to transform into a G-Cruiser form with extended cruising range. This form of the S Gundam is designated as the [Ext] version, which is short for "Extraordinary." [wikipedia] INSTRUCTIONS: HEAD, BODY, KNEES, FEET, ARMS1, ARMS2, BACKPACK, WEAPON, WAIST, STAND
Saturday, 16 August 2008 | 5341 hits
Free Models/Gundam - Giant Robot
Armored Trooper VOTOMS (装甲騎兵ボトムズ, Sōkō Kihei Botomuzu?) is a 52-episode anime television series, created by Ryosuke Takahashi and Sunrise, aired in Japan from April 1, 1983 to March 23, 1984 on TV Tokyo. Several VOTOM OVAs have been created as well, for more details see the storyline chronology. VOTOMS was the successor (though the universes are different and the stories are not linked) to Ryosuke Takahashi's previous hit series Fang of Sun Dougram, which established hard science military anime as a viable genre. [wikipedia]
Saturday, 16 August 2008 | 3447 hits
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Simple Retro Robot
Saturday, 16 August 2008 | 2566 hits
Free Models/Gundam - Giant Robot
Zaku robot from Seed Destiny Gindam Anime
Saturday, 16 August 2008 | 3615 hits
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Robot from SF Paper Craft Gallery, Design by Sunichi Makino
Saturday, 16 August 2008 | 4046 hits
Free Models/Gundam - Giant Robot
The F91 Gundam is a high-performance mobile suit developed by Earth Federation's Strategic Naval Research Institute. Considered a late member of the famous Gundam series, it was made almost fifty years after the legendary first Gundam, during a period of the Federation's decline.[citation needed] Although reduced in size compared to its famous predecessor (15.2 meters tall compared to 18.5) and mass (19.9 tons fully loaded while the RX-78 took off fully loaded at 60.0), the F91 was immensely more powerful, with an array of advanced weaponries, as well as the revolutionary beam shield, which is much more effective than the solid material shields.[citation needed] F91 inherited the versatile design of its predecessor F90 Gundam, able to adapt to 20+ different mission roles simply by changing gear packs. [wikipedia] instructions: head, chest, skirt, legs, arms
Saturday, 16 August 2008 | 5858 hits
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WARTRAN Troopers is the long awaited follow up to the highly successful Warzaid by Konami. This centre-piece monster of a game features two 50ins. monitors, eight speakers and four full size machine guns that are guaranteed to raise blood pressures as well as incomes. [wikipedia]
Saturday, 16 August 2008 | 4143 hits
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Optimus Prime (known as Convoy in Japan) is a fictional character and the protagonist of the Transformers universes.[1] He is the leader of the heroic Autobots. Optimus has become the most well-known character of the series. [wikipedia]
Saturday, 16 August 2008 | 3651 hits
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Blue Steel was born in the fiery molten iron works of the industrialized city of Portland, Oregon in 1999. A master of Karate and creative origami, Blue Steel is at once a powerful ally and a deadly foe!
Saturday, 16 August 2008 | 2021 hits
 

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