Gundam SEED Destiny Lunamaria Hawke Figure-rise Standard model kit
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Gundam Seed Destiny Lunamaria Hawke Model Kit Revealed

Bandai Spirits has revealed a new Figure-rise Standard model kit featuring Lunamaria Hawke from Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny. It will release the plastic model kit in July 2024 with a price tag of 4,180 yen (~$27.65). [Thanks, Hobby Watch!]

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The model kit will depict Lunamaria in her pilot suit. The set will support three facial expressions, with one of them pad-printed onto the face part and the other two available via water transfer decals. The pilot helmet will be made of multiple detailed parts, and the owner will also be able to opt whether to attach the visor or not.

The package will also include eight swappable hand parts and an alternate body part with soft materials to depict the moment when Lunamaria’s pilot suit is unzipped. Bandai Spirits has also shared sample images of the upcoming character model kit using the CG model:

Lunamaria Hawke is one of the key characters of Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny. She is a ZAFT Mobile Suit pilot who also often accompanies the TV anime show’s original protagonist Shinn Asuka. Lunamaria also makes her return in Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Freedom, the sequel movie taking place two years after Destiny which launched in Japanese theaters in early 2024.

The Figure-rise Standard model kit of Lunamaria Hawke from Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny will be available in July 2024.

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