Posted by Geoff March 16, 2009

To celebrate the 30th anniversary of Gundam, a 59 foot (18m) 'life size' statue is going to be built in Tokyo's Odaiba distrcit Shiokaze Park. The Mobile Suit Gundam project will only stay up for 2 months during the celebrations and is built from fiberglass over a steel frame and plenty of win. Fifty points on the Gundam statue will emit light, and mist will shoot out of 14 different points on the statue. Wonder it it will be auctioned off afterwards?!




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