GundamMecha A-Z Gundam


Model number:
Code name: A-Z Gundam
Unit type: custom mobile suit model kit
Inspiration: MSZ-006 Gundam (Zeta Gundam)
Builder: Meijin Kawaguchi the 3rd (aka Tatsuya Yuuki)
Dimensions: overall height 19.85 meters
Weight: max gross 31.4 metric tons
Armor materials: plastic
Equipment and design features: none
Fixed armaments: 4 x vulcan gun, mounted in shoulders and chest; 2 x beam saber, stored in recharge rack in unknown location, hand-carried in use; 2 x twin hyper mega launcher, can be mounted on backpack or handheld; A-Z beam saber shield, mounted on left forearm
Optional hand armaments: none
Special attacks: Prime Cannon Shoot

The A-Z Gundam was a custom Gunpla built by Meijin Kawaguchi the 3rd (aka Tatsuya Yuuki). It was based on the MSZ-006 Zeta Gundam from the 1985-86 anime TV series Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam. Its name was a reference to its design encompassing the appeal “from A to Z” of a Gundam kit. Designed for high speed combat, the A-Z Gundam made use of the latest Gunpla developments, including anti-particle paint from Yajima Trading. The A-Z Gundam was armed with a pair of vulcan guns, four beam sabers, a beam saber shield and two twin hyper mega launchers. The two launchers could connect to the backpack-mounted flight boosters to fire in prime cannon mode. Prior to leaving Japan for a Gunpla world tour, the Meijin tested out the A-Z Gundam in combat against Sei Iori’s GAT-X105B/GC Build Strike Galaxy Cosmos. A fierce fight ensued between the Gunpla Battle veterans that ultimately resulted in a draw.

Pilot: Meijin Kawaguchi the 3rd (aka Tatsuya Yuuki)
First appearance: Gundam Build Fighters Battlogue
Original mechanical designer: Takayuki Yanase




Rear view (Mobile suit mode)


Rear view (Waverider mode)


Twin hyper mega launcher

Build Fighters Battlogue Info

Masami Obari

Yousuke Kuroda

Mechanical Designer(s):
Kanetake Ebikawa
Takayuki Yanase
Kunio Okawara

Character Designer:
Kenichi Ohnuki

Musical Composer(s):
Yuuki Hayashi
Asami Tachibana

5 episodes

Internet Release:
Japan 08.04.2017 – 12.07.2017
Global 08.04.2017 – 12.07.2017


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