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News: All-Japan Model Hobby Show 2012 and Kotobukiya Coverage

Posted on : 16-10-2012 | By : | In : News

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There have been some interesting reveals at this year’s All-Japan Model Hobby Show as well as via Kotobuikya. In regards to the latter, Kotobukiya’s output has birthed the rather incredible kit above from Armored Core V (as was mentioned a while back). The sculpt being something of truly amazing finesse and it seems that there will be all manner of other kits available for it too (including tanks and helicopters from the game), so you can build your very own diorama.

Moving on from that, Wave have shown a variety of new garage kits. From Galient to Vifam, though what has really peaked our interest is this lovely Layzner Mk. II kit. Hasegawa even previewed a new Kagekiyo kit from Virtual On Force. If you want to see more of the hobby show, then AmiAmi has lots of lovely photos here, here and here.


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Oh, I ran across this when I went to Kotobukiya’s blog.All of those figures (sans the AC of course) are from different military model manufactures and not from Kotobukiya.

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