What was the first Gundam toy?

What was the first Gundam toy?

The very first Gunpla kits released by Bandai – Amuro Ray’s RX-78-2 in 1/144 and 1/100 scale. First Gundam toys debuted in July 1980. Plastic model kits, requiring glue and painting were unlike any other anime-based toys on the market. Priced at only 300 yen – roughly $3 – they exploded in popularity.

Is Gundam an action figure?

Action figures (アクションフィギュア Akushonfigyua) of Gundam Mobile Suits have been made by Bandai dating back to 1984 in addition to the Gunpla model kits. Bandai and other licensees have also made human action figures.

How many Gunpla kits exist?

2,000 different types
Over the past 35 years, Bandai has released approximately 2,000 different types of Gunpla models. The company has all of the molds used so far in storage at the hobby center and nearby warehouses. As such, Bandai can bring back and use these old molds to re-produce older Gunpla models if need be.

How many Gundam figures are there?

Bandai sold over 100 million Gundam plastic model units between 1980 and 1984, and over 300 million units by May 1999. By 2015, Bandai had sold an estimated 450 million units worldwide across nearly 2,000 different Gundam models….Gundam model.

Type Scaled model kits
Availability 1980–present
Materials Plastic
Official website

What is Gundam no grade?

The original Mobile Suit Gundam Model Series kits first released in 1980 are routinely re-released by Bandai. As these kits are limited in articulation and require glue (for the early kits) and paint to assemble, these have retroactively been categorized as No Grade (NG), to differentiate them from First Grade (FG).

What is the fastest Gundam?

The Gouf and Gundam likely being the fastest of those in the OYW, possibly the Gelgoog, but as we never see it running too much, from what I recall. The Gouf is probably the one that really runs the most, whereas the Dom, Dowadge, and Xamel, hover at much greater speeds, exceeding 150 mph.

What is the best Gunpla grade?

Gundam grades, their different sizes, scales, and what they mean for you

  • High Grade (HG) — 1/144 or 1/100 scale.
  • Real Grade (RG) — 1/144 scale.
  • Master Grade (MG) — 1/100 scale.
  • Perfect Grade (PG ) — 1/60 scale.
  • Mega Size Model (MSM) — 1/48 scale.

Begin typing your search term above and press enter to search. Press ESC to cancel.

Back To Top