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Gunpla TV – Episode 296 – Neko Busou & Gattai Robo!

Detailing techniques, battle cats, and a giant transforming Gattai Robo are what’s up to bat for today’s mega episode! Scott returns with a tutorial you won’t want to miss, on panel washing and dry brushing his Godzilla. For new items, we look at Bandai’s new Neko Busou line of crazy cats with tanks and guns! Also for the first time ever on Gunpla TV we take a look at Bandai’s lesser-known line of model kits called Mini-Pla with a look at the Super Mini-Pla Ninja Gattai Muteki Shogun!

In this episode:
Super Mini-Pla Ninja Gattai Muteki Shogun: 1Box (5pcs)
Neko Busou
1/144 HGUC Sinanju Stein [Narrative Ver.]
1/60 HG Laevatein Ver.IV

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  1. Oh Come On, give me that 2000¥ so I can spend it on Iron blooded orphans kit 😁😁😁

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  2. I am partially with ekcc. I agree that those 2000 yen, are going to be used for a barbatos kit

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  3. Great! Haha, more Neko Busou always welcome! Loved the robo stuff too, I remember it way back from when I still watched the westernized version of it in Power Rangers as a kid, such memories!

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  4. The super minipla line is great, but if I won that 2000 yen, it’d probably use it on Kamen rider goods 😛

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  5. win!

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  6. I click because I saw a Megazord.

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  7. I wanna know how much of the Stein is new.

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  8. I sure would buy the regular Sinanju again if it were to be rereleased with the Stein’s improved articulation and peg system for the legs!

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  9. I’m still hoping that 1/100 Astray Red Frame restock.
    And I’m still wondering if Bandai plans to release RG Phenex with gold coating – that would looks so awesome. RG Unicorn is almost completly undergated.

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  10. those are some well painted cats

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  11. MG Dynames hype

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  12. More detailing videos, please!

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  13. The big neko kit actually had Gundam parts. It had some pieces from the Balden arms.

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  14. Bandai gives attention to cat paws on the underside, leaves hollow gaps under HG Gundam feet. Oh and that Muteki Shogun looks nice, makes me remember Kakuranger. Can you review Daizyujin and Dragon Ceasar sometimes? Power Rangers Mighty Morphin was part of my childhood.

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  15. 4 Ep left wohoooo

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  16. Sweet

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  17. Many thanks for the finishing tutorial Scott.

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  18. Great. Thank you very much. ^_^b

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  19. win!

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  20. Whenever I see stuff like these Neko Busou I can’t help but think that sometimes Japan needs to be less… Japan.

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  21. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. Bandai are wizards! Or their factory is a TARDIS

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  22. Gattai formation haha. Thanks Scott for the tips, really good technique to learn.

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  23. I could really do with the extra 2000JPY, I’ve a lot of orders sat in the Private Warehouse, and I need to pay for the deliveries! (-_-)

    That said, it really kinda bugs me that they are only doing cats! Where’s my Inu-busa? Cats suck!

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  24. After seeing those minipla I remembered that I really needed to get the power rangers one. Sadly, it is already discontinued.

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  25. I love these non gundam model kits, ,keep em coming

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  26. I saw to my surprise a Minipla Voltron at a local Barnes and Noble last week and picked it up. I wonder why the other Sentai stuff hasn’t made it over (yet)… My bet is on Saban’s stranglehold on American Super Sentai releases.

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  27. Would have been perfect if you guys used the Yakety Sax music during the combination speed up XD

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  28. Thanks for the wash and dry brush tutorial. I can probably google this but will there be any issues with top coat after these two processes?

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  29. Still waiting…

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  30. G

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    • Haha, Maybe just g is good enough to win. By the way is F-toy 1/72 full action aircraft also sold in the candy section too? Cause it have a piece of gum included, which I have no clue what it is at all until i watch this episode. I actually thought it was either dehydrator or maybe some sort of glue. 😛

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  31. I must say, this week’s episode is full with weird kits, fortunately Scott saves the day with his cool-looking mecha godzilla

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  32. Thanks for the quick-and-simple tutorials, Scott.
    Todd, the ‘IV’ stands for ‘Invisible Victory,’ so it’s not a Roman numeral. It’s the subtitle to the newest ‘FMP’ series.

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  33. Great and thank you. ^_^ (thats all I need right?)

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  34. Finally showed something Super Mini-Pla … or I missed an episode?
    Show more items of the line.

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  35. Pretty decent episode, and I can’t wait to see the laevatein fully built up. I wouldblike to let you know that all the smaller mechs of muteki diashogun have actually proper knees which ya missed, and the arms folded into the chests for all of them

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  36. I like the neko-busou but I agree where is the inu-busa. I also agree about Bandai doing under gates on the special coated kits because I hate decorating them to repaint them but that is gunpal for you

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  37. I say keep bringing back Scott back on the show! Tutorials are always welcome!!!!

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  38. Japan sure loves their cats, but I agree that they need more dog representation.

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  39. More detailing techniques from Scott please!

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  40. That Super Mini-Pla Ninja Gattai Muteki Shogun set looks really constructive. That would like to have one box to build, customize and paint. Could the store credit work if I’m randomly picked?

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  41. Now I just want to see Scott drybrushing those damn psycho kitties like crazy.

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  42. I enjoy the show. Hope it continues pass 300 episodes.

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  43. I’ll have to paint some of those cats to look like the ones I had, though painting calico on such small pieces will be a challenge.

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  44. Awesome review of Ninja Gattai Muteki Shogun

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  45. Really funny yet informative episode as usual LoL 😄

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  46. I guess I know what to get for my cat-loving roommates for Christmas.

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  47. Those cats are really something…

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  48. Neko busou is love, neko busou is life.

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  49. Hi guys!

    I had this coming lol.

    Here’s my Nekobusou upgrade parts for an HGBD Leo NPD in the link down below:
    https://hobbylink.tv/members/eluojgp/activity/166477/

    Thanks and keep up the good work!

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  50. I missed out on the older SUPER MINI-PLA kits.. really wanted the GaoGaiGar.

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  51. I love the detailing part of the video, pls keep the tutorials coming!

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  52. Neko Buou for the win Nyaa!!!!!
    Awesome episode as usual

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  53. Been wanting to ask or a long time, why do some mg kits come with part stickers, part dry transfer decals. (like the MG sandrock ew)
    Why not all stickers OR all dry transfers?

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  54. great show guys! cant w8 to see the stein build

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  55. Hello guys, i hope we’ll see that sinanju stein built for next week ! Arx-Leviathan looks cool too…

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  56. I got one of those Neko figures. I love it!

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  57. Its hard to describr just how much i love the super minipla line. especially the newer kits are so well designed. Voltron has everything important chromed and every area that would be “sticker hell” is prepainted. the abs plastic is high quality but some panellines arent deep enough. also mould lines are much more prominent than on bandai hobby modelkits.

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  58. If I get that prize, I’m spending it on cats

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  59. Love the cats..LOL.

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  60. those nekos look so darn cute

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  61. nice desk toy to mess with during my downtime

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  62. Detailing part was great to see. Thanks for sharing.

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  63. I loved the Power Ranger series when I was a kid. Those giant robots where so cool and I loved the transformation when they where converting together.

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  64. end up buying a cat for my wife…lol

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