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Gunpla TV – Cross Silhouette Gundam Barbatos Lupus Rex

The Barbatos from “Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans” gets an SD Gundam Cross Silhouette release in his Lupus Rex form! The kit features a wire for the back tail blade, a sub-arm gimmick deployable without exchanging parts, and comes with both the CS and SD frames for two forms to choose from! Watch to see more!

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SD Gundam Cross Silhouette Gundam Barbatos Lupus Rex

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  1. ah the cute white demon

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  2. like the face swapping tech

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  3. Barbatos just looks awesome in any form, definitely prefer the cross silhouette form and the more dynamic articulation. Nice figure!

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  4. What I wonder is if this will be the only version that will be released as an SDCS since the other forms have been released as a BB Senshi & SD EX Standard.
    Another thing I wonder about is when we eventually get the MG of this, will they have the correctly molded colors for the fingers and the hands.

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    • If they ever did the MG Barbatos Lupus Rex hands in proper colors, they would need to use the dual injection molding that they did on the EVA RG kit.

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  5. My favorite SD Gundam. Pretty well proportioned for his scale and can even look intimidating with the red eyes, which is quite a feat when it comes to an SD.

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  6. Nice kit, although I’m not a fan of the chibi looks.

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  7. Very nice

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