First up I'd like to say this kit is huge. Although it's short,
the legs and stocky proportions make it beastly in comparison
to any other model (save the MG Dom).
is a nice head; the mono-eye is attached to a polycap inside the
skull and is protected by a plastic visor which can be removed.
If you want to adjust the eye position, its accomplished by removing
the outer armor of the head, which is well engineered and easy
torso on this baby is fairly standard. It's nice and heavy though
which makes the model seem a lot bigger when you pick it up. The
heat saber is attached to the back with a simple clip that fits
around the blade and is stopped by the handle.
is one of the things I really love this model for. The arms are
beautifully made and have no visible seam lines, although there
are some seam lines on the ball part of the shoulder but they
don't show that badly. The most important thing about this model
is the beautiful hands it has; each finger is individually poseable
on a ball joint and are jointed in the middle as well. The arms
are pretty strong and as you will see from my pictures it can
hold the Beam bazooka off the desk with ease.
I really like these legs despite having such huge feet (no that
does not mean it's good in bed :p). They have a lot of mobility
and the Rick Dom can accomplish most poses you want to try.
giant bazooka is the same as the one that comes with the Dom.
It's nice but the barrel shows too easily that the inside isn't
hollow. The beam bazooka however doesn't show that it isn't hollow
the entire way through as it's just deep enough to obscure your
sight of the bottom. Also, be warned this thing is huge.
Overall this model is my favorite out of my currently built Master
Grade kits and I'd rate it over the MG Nu as being the best kit
overall as it's absolutely flawless (whereas the MG Nu has the
annoyingly loose fin funnels).