Yes! Yes! YES! Aggressive curves, sharp angles, and a mean looking head. Zaft should be afraid. Be very very afraid!
Add an aggressive looking booster pack to an already aggressive looking Mobile Suit and you get a masterpiece design! It's so...... AGGRESSIVE!
Reanimating Strike's first action. A punch to a puny Ginn!
PG? No. RG!
Schneider really bumps up the agility of Strike. My weapon of choice.
My favorite shot from my photo session
Pew pew pew
Ore wa Gundam! (Whoops wrong series..)
Overlord. Prepare to meet your maker.
Who wouldn't fall for this design? This kit is a looker!
A lot more solid than my previous RG's (fingers does NOT pop out of its palm)
A couple of popping parts here and there when you fiddle it around too much.
Careful when twisting the body's core when posing. Fitted too snugly.
No matter how I put the Schneider in his pockets, it just won't budge
From the early RG's to this guy, it seemed that Bandai heard the fans about how fragile the pieces were. Good thing they have improved a lot for a short period of time. Mk-II also looks to be another improvement on the solidity and from what I saw, I believe they have separate trigger hands for holding the gun. With this kit however, there are still remnants showing how an RG being an RG. Fragile. But again, this kit is a lot more solid and didn't gave me a lot of pain during the photoshoot.
Assembling this kit was a treat. Seeing how it turned out, the execution, the design, and the overall sleekness Strike left the impression and got my brother into buying his own GunPla. This is by far my most recommended RG kit to date!
I have mentioned that this IS the best lead Gundam EVAR! LOL, Bandai with the snap of fate, reminded me how Zeta turned the world around being the first lead without the face vents. Next RG will be Zeta and I am quite sure It'll be the next purchase! Hmm, both are great but I'd lean in towards the Strike because of how it stayed true to pay tribute with the original but can still stand on its own as a new generation lead.