The highly anticipated HG Universal Century series, commonly called the HGUC series, was released in May 1999. Created in an easy to collect 1:144 scale, it represented a chance to release versions of many Mobile Suits for the first time in kit form using refined designs and modern injection moulding technology. The high quality of the HGUC series makes it the rightful heir of the HG series released in the 1990s. New designs, with new mechanical improvements, continue to be introduced in the series even today. Furthermore, all modern 1/144 HG models, such as the Gundam SEED line, are built to the same quality of early HGUC models. Starting in 2010 the HGUC line incorporated mobile suits from the alternate timelines that had not received an HG release. In 2013 Bandai launched the ""All Gundam Project"" in conjunction with the release of Gundam Build Fighters to release all lead Gundams with the universal joint technology in the High Grade line.
You can make it hold a natural pose of flapping wings or closing them.
Easy to snap together, no glue required Molded in separate colors, no paint required
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