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Gunpla TV – HEXA GEAR BulkArm Beta Lumberjack

It’s been a while since we took a closer look at a Hexa Gear kit from Kotobukiya, and when we saw this massive BulkArm Lumberjack sitting on the shelf we knew it was time! As the kit’s name implies, this BulkArm is definitely a big, bulky model! But that’s not it’s only interesting feature — its feet are designed to… float? It may sound confusing but once you watch the episode, you’ll understand!

In this episode:
1/24 HEXA GEAR BulkArm Beta Lumberjack
Hexa Gear Governor

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10 Comments

  1. Really dig the orange sword. The fact that the Core Gundam can fit inside the Beta Lumberjack and on the additional detachable hovercrafts just adds a lot to this kit. Quite a nice unintentional feature. Could see it work well for a small Core Gundam army display.

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  2. That’s some really nice bulk, love this series, thanks as always for the nice review! Also like the little “Gundam crossover”, haha! XD

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  3. love the blade design

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  4. Nice chunky boy. He, as the kids say, thicc.

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  5. Ganbare, Core Gundam-chan!

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  6. can a frame arm girl fit in there?

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  7. Somehow it looks to me like a fusion between a Metal Gear and Bracer Phoenix from Pacific Rim.

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  8. I do like boxy robots now and then but this one looks too bulky for me. Cool foot gimmick.

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  9. Whoa, Core Gundam can fit in? That’s cool.

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