Stay tune for the upcoming announcement on 9th October! (Source: Dengeki Hobby Web)
Sunday, September 25, 2016
Kotobukiya held an 'Governors Guide' briefing at All Japan Model & Hobby Show events introducing their upcoming original new products. Dengeki Hobby Web also has a post showing each photo slides presentation from the event so you guys can check it out.
Now, let's break down some of the details we going to expect from the products to be release next year translate from Google about HEXA GEAR.
Hexagonal Joint System
They are using the new design M.S.G (Modeling Support Goods) hexagonal joint system that found in first released Gigantic Arms. As you can see the hexagonal joint system comes with support 3 mm pipe hole which means the existing Frame Arms and Heavy Weapons units are compatible with Hexa Gear.
Hexa Gear - Pilots
The pilot is known as Governor and will be release in 1/24 scale action figure. It stand around 72 mm height with 3 mm hard point located at the back. For your information, the action figure will sold separately.
Hexa Gear - Beast & Machines
Are the beast and machine also release as action figures or plastic kits? Possible action figures. Kotobukiya teams didn't mention the Hexa Gear going to be made with PVC plastic. It could be weird releasing it as palstic kit when your figure is PVC action figure. I may be wrong because looking at the picture. Other possibility are might release similar Revoltech Assemble Borg like since you can mixed and combine into anything. The picture below is one of the toy example construct using two Ray Blade Impulse.
The first wave release for Hexa Gear beast & machine in the market next year will be:-
- Rayblade Impulse
- Block Blaster
- Motor Punisher
- Volt Rex
Saturday, September 24, 2016
Kotobukiya announced a new start-up "original series" following the Frame Arms Girl and Frame Arms. Details will be carried out in the September 24th, 2016 (Saturday) and 25th (Sunday). be sure to check out the photos (source: Dengeki Web) what in store for us. I personally have to say it sure does look awesome.
(Images updated! I missed some!)