FRAME ARMS Multi Assemble Model Kits
New SA-16D Khanja and TYPE32 Model5 Zennrai...
For a great selection of action figures and collectibles, check out BigBadToyStore.com, BriansToys.com, ToyWiz.com, SmallJoes.com, PastGenerationToys.com, ZoloWorld.com, MonkeyDepot.com, HobbyLinkJapan.com, and Sekaido.com.
For a great selection of pop culture t-shirts and apparel, check out TShirtGurus.com and 80sTees.com.
Continuing their new line of original robot model kits, Kotobukiya's Frame Arms series has two new members. These never-before-seen robots are based on a core concept: every unit has a basic robot skeleton, or "Frame," which is articulated and covered in universal 3mm attachment points. Incredible armor pieces and weapons differentiate each robot, while all parts are fully interchangeable between all units. The Frame Arms multi assemble mechanical units are even compatible with Koto's M.S.G. (Modeling Support Goods) series of support units and Border Break robots, opening up a huge amount of easy customization.
The next robot in the Frame Arms series is the SA-16D KHANJA (pictured above), an advanced version of the SA-16 Stylet that takes the aerial combat attacker to a whole new level. The Khanja is comprised of approximately 180 parts, with 30 points of articulation. The robot stands almost 7 inches tall and comes with its own unique armor and upgraded weaponry including the MSG/MW-04 "Machine Gun and Missile Launcher," FA/MG-04 "Medium Machine Gun," and the FA/ML-04 "Multi Missile Launcher".
Continuing the "main battle tank" motif, the TYPE32 MODEL5 ZENNRAI (pictured below), a special "booster pack" version of the original Gou-Rai robot, mounts imposing heavy armor and tank treads. The frame features approximately 30 points of articulation, even with the added components. The Zennrai's upgraded and expanded arsenal includes the FA/CH-13 "Chainsaw Unit," LN-13 "Laser Bayonet," DBG-13 "Double Barrel Balkan," and an exclusive bonus head. Standing over 6 inches tall, the robot is comprised of approximately 180 parts.
Both new Frame Arms Mulit Assemble Model Kits are due out this September priced at a SRP of $34.99 each. Hit the gallery below for tons of new images.
Source: Edited Kotobukiya PR