Mobile Suit Gundam Char Aznable -Encounter- horseriding figure
Image courtesy of Megahouse

New Gundam Char Aznable Figure Will Include a Horse

Megahouse shared a webpage for the new figure of Mobile Suit Gundam‘s Char Aznable that has him riding a horse. It will formally release the GGG-DX Char Aznable ~Encounter~ figure in November 2024 with an MSRP of 36,300 yen (~$233). The company will also open pre-orders for the figure on the Japanese Premium Bandai web store on June 6, 2024.

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The company has yet to provide the exact measurements for this scaled figure. However, it noted that this figure will have the largest size when compared to prior GGG entries, such as Mobile Fighter G Gundam‘s Tohofuhai Master Asia. The figure will take inspiration from a scene in the inaugural 1979 anime, where Char Aznable actually rode a horse in his signature outfit.

Here are some of the sample images of the upcoming figure taken from various angles:

A lot of Gundam-based merchandise in Japan has been modeled after Char Aznable as one of the franchise’s most-defining characters. In mid-May 2024, Owndays released glasses themed after the Principality of Zeon, the faction Char was affiliated with. The company also revealed a unique glasses case shaped after a scaled head of Char Aznable’s customized Zaku IIS mobile suit.

Megahouse will open pre-orders for the GGG-DX Encounter figure of Char Aznable from Mobile Suit Gundam on June 6, 2024. The finished figures will appear in late November 2024.

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