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Hello Kitty x Gundam Collaboration Coming in February

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To celebrate Hello Kitty’s 45th and Gundam’s 40th anniversary, there will be a collaboration between the two iconic Japanese characters, bringing both into one model kit.

Bandai Spirits uses an SD EX-Standard molds for the RX-78-2 Gundam, and added an entirely new molded parts for the Hello Kitty parts.

There are more images being released to the public, and the combination between the two different characters looks adorable and seems to work really well!

You can display the kit separately, side by side as Hello Kitty and RX-78-2 Gundam, or combine the two kits together with special conversion parts as one cute  RX-78-HK Hello Kitty Gundam.

The kit will be sold worldwide through retail and hobby stores, online shops, and Sanrio shops. Limited time only so be quick!

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