Friday, March 21, 2014

Keropla God Keron Part 52 [Final]

Not your average plamo kit

The final posting to conclude the entire review series on Keropla God Keron. ^^

Since I commented a lot on God Keron in the previous posting, there's nothing on my mind at the moment that I would like to add to that. ^^ For this posting, apart from a table of links to all the work-in-progress and assembly reviews before the end, size comparison between this bundled Keropla and a few previously reviewed kits and figures would be helpful to illustrate the overwhelming volume of God Keron I think.

With Master Grade Impulse Gundam.

The size difference is quite amazing, despite the two of them sharing the same selling price of 4,725 Yen (inclusive of tax) each.
Other than their price, their release dates were very close to one another as well. Master Grade Force Impulse Gundam was released in May 2008, just two months after this bundled kit came out.

With the more recently reviewed HGUC Black Tri Star's Customized Zaku I.

Not even remotely close in terms of size. ^^

Just for the fun of it, here's God Keron with Figma Haruhi School Summer Fuku Ver. ^^

So, Haruhi is behind Keroro Platoon's Pekopon Invasion Plan now? XD

Done with the review on God Keron, the combined robot is dismantled to release all the connectors from the stress of holding up so much weight in God Keron form. ^^ It's much easier for the storage of all the individual kits as well. ^^

A final look at the robot and alternate modes of the five Robo Mk-IIs before the end of this review:

Then again, this is definitely not going to be the last appearance of these Keroplas. I still have another bundled set of very similar nature - Keroro Dai Shogun on my waiting list. ^^; God Keron will definitely return for comparison when I start working on that bundled set in the future. ^^

Part 1: Oh boy, this is going to take forever
[Painting & Detailing] Keroro Robo Mk-II
Part 2: Luckily there's no green paint work involved
Part 3: Troublesome shield
Part 4: Red and slow
Part 5: 20 percent overall completion
[Painting & Detailing] Tamama Robo Mk-II
Part 6: Another reason why too much sweets is bad for you
Part 7: Total paint work
Part 8: Whitish silver or silvery white
Part 9: Just leave all the emblems to the stickers
[Painting & Detailing] Giroro Robo Mk-II
Part 10: If this was done last year, the difficulty level would be different
Part 11: White gold
Part 12: That penchant for gold and silver pipes again
[Painting & Detailing] Kururu Robo Mk-II
Part 13: Orange. Why'd it have to be orange?
Part 14: Red joins the party
Part 15: Easier work to wrap things up
[Painting & Detailing] Dororo Robo Mk-II
Part 16: Luckily, no orange this time, but ...
Part 17: The moment when stickers are most welcomed
Part 18: Black, red, white, black, red, white ...
Part 19: Here are some white paint work on blue parts to annoy you again
[Painting & Detailing] Miscellaneous
Part 20: Still not finish yet
Part 21: Super sticker business
[Assembly & Review] Keroro Robo Mk-II
Part 22: Tiny but mighty cutesy
Part 23: The tenacious little fella
Part 24:  ガンダム  ケロロ軍曹大地に立つ!!
Part 25: Defeating all enemies with a red ballpoint pew-pew
Part 26: The unofficial Macross connection
[Assembly & Review] Tamama Robo Mk-II
Part 27: Forever cheerful
Part 28: All candies converge
Part 29: Where's the tadpole tail?
Part 30: Suddenly, shoulder limitation
Part 31: A fat hovercraft
Part 32: The unofficial Gundam connection
[Assembly & Review] Giroro Robo Mk-II
Part 33: One angry little fella
Part 34: Another angry face appears
Part 35: A red Guntank
Part 36: Thanks for the stability; no thanks for the limitation on articulation
Part 37: Power down?
[Assembly & Review] Kururu Robo Mk-II
Part 38: Ku ku ku ku ku~
Part 39: Look guys, no hands
Part 40: The weird one
Part 41: And he transforms into ... something
Part 42: Kururu Kick!
[Assembly & Review] Dororo Robo Mk-II
Part 43: The first is the last
Part 44: I'm completely confused
Part 45: Let's just pretend that the legs are alright
Part 46: No knee joint, no problem
Part 47: The Keroro connection
Part 48: 囧rz
[Assembly & Review] God Keron
Part 49: The grand gathering of alien frogs and their robots
Part 50: "Keroro Shoutai, transform!"
Part 51: Can't even trust instruction manual now eh?
Part 52 [Final]: Not your average plamo kit
Photo Gallery
Main gallery
Subfolder: Keroro Robo Mk-II
Subfolder: Tamama Robo Mk-II
Subfolder: Giroro Robo Mk-II
Subfolder: Kururu Robo Mk-II
Subfolder: Dororo Robo Mk-II
Subfolder: God Keron

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