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Gunpla TV – Zoids Dark Horn

It’s been a while since we’ve taken a look at a Highend Master Model Zoids kit, and when we saw the Zoids Dark Horn arrive we just knew it was screaming to be built! With its back bristling with cannons and a sinister-looking black and green color scheme, this is one awesome looking fighting machine!

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Zoids: Dark Horn

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11 Comments

  1. love the name of this thing

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  2. Great to see a Zoids kit review! Loved them when I was a kid, the wind-up function was the big thing for me! Wish this one had that feature too!

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  3. i suck with glue

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  4. The HMM looks so great but they also looks so fragile, I don’t know because this line are not updated like the frame arms girl or megami device also from Koto, because the new girls are more durable and less loose for better articulated posses, maybe license restrictions for cost-benefits.

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  5. Kotobukiya’s Zoids kits have always looked great, the builds have been getting better mostly.

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  6. After looking the first few minutes it, already went straight to the basket together with the EPZ-003 Great Saber. Thanks for this review!

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  7. We heard you liked guns, so we put guns on your guns on your guns.

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  8. This is screaming for four partner units that it can combine with Super Sentai style.

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  9. I forget how detailed Zoids gets.

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  10. those are some weapons!

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  11. I didn’t even know these kits were that old. Not my cup of tea, it looks kind of cheesy design-wise to me.

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