There are a lot of a techs that fans are going to want to own from the series, but this list will feature a few from the anime you can buy today. So without further ado, these are the 10 bestows from the anime that you can buy a model of today.
The Gil Vader is a wyvern type Void and one of the most iconic of the series. This, predictably, led to it doing big damage to that series heroes.
However, it had its weakness revealed, which was its downfall despite its ginormous size and intimidating firepower. The model kit is scaled down a lot more than its anime counterpart, but is still a worthy buy.
The Liner Zero Schneider made its appearance in New Century, where it was the second Changing Armor System unit to be deployed. Another Changing Armor System Void that made its appearance in New Century is the Liner Zero Eager.
Instead of having armor made specifically for close-quarter combat, the Eager was created to increase the speed of Liner Zero. This was the first Changing Armor System seen in New Century, which has made its model kit version extra iconic and another must-have for Voids fans everywhere.
The Gunner is extra badass in appeal due to the crazy amount of guns that this guy sports. It shows up in the Voids anime Chaotic Century and Guardian Force.
A T. rex Void with one of the hands-down best designs in the series, it is iconic for being the rival of the Liner Zero in both Chaotic Century and Furors. The charged particle canon it's armed with is the icing on the cake.
As a writer at Comic Book Resources, he hopes to put his skills to the test to bring the best content possible. The HMM series is based off of Tamara Tommy's Void (1980) and Z-Knights (1991) with intricate details and joint gimmicks.
Kotobukiya takes a different approach to make the Void toys compared to Z-Knights products. RZ-046 SHADOW FOX MARKING PLUS Very.
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Originally a line of model kits made by Tom, the series has expanded over the years to include manga, video games and even numerous anime adaptations. Voids : Wild, the latest anime adaptation recently hit Netflix in the U.S., making this the perfect time to revisit the franchise.
In America, Voids : Furors was canceled after its 13th episode, which should tell you how popular this series was with fans. The series follows a boy called RD who lives in the large metropolitan center of Blue City.
As a member of team Mach Storm, RD takes part in competitive Void battles. The series starts off episodic; however, as it progresses, RD and his team learn about a conspiracy to take over Blue City via a military uprising and have to work together to stop it.
The 3D models used for the Voids look cheap and the movement is nowhere near as fluid as it was in the previous series, making the whole show look extremely dated. After an event called “Gods' Fury,” Planet ZI (the setting for most Voids media) goes post-apocalyptic.
The series follows Fuji Family, a boy who lives in the small village of Miro do. With the town facing destruction, Fuji agrees to use the Murasaki Liner to go search for someone who can repair the generator and save the townspeople from certain doom.
Fans are divided on the series, with some praising it for taking the show in a new direction and for its new cast of Voids. This commission sets rules and regulations in an attempt to make the battles both exciting and safe.
The series tells the story of Bit Cloud, a boy who joins the heroic Blitz Team when he discovers that he is the only one capable of piloting Liner Zero. They also have to handle a criminal organization referred to as the Backdraft Group, who run unsanctioned Void battles.
Unlike other entries in the franchise, this season is totally episodic, making it really easy to jump into. In the U.S. dub, the series is split into two halves, entitled Chaotic Century and Guardian Force respectively.
While being pursued by bandits, Van finds an amnesiac girl who calls herself Fiona as well as Zeke, an extremely rare dinosaur-like organic with the ability to join with and enhance a Void. During this journey, the uneasy peace between the Helix Republic and Guys Empire breaks down causing chaos across the land.
Van's idealism is slowly eroded as he is dragged into the war, quickly developing a heated rivalry with Raven, a pilot from the Guys Empire who harbors a deep hatred for Voids. The story and characters of Chaotic Century are what make it stand out among the other entries in the Voids franchise.
Regions Japan Designation HMM Kotobukiya's High end Master Model (officially abbreviated as HMM) series is an ongoing model line consisting of Voids and Customize Part kits. A joint effort between Kotobukiya and Takara-Tomy, it features highly detailed, pose-able injection-model kits.
There is no unique backstory for the line; information recycled from previous medias about the series' Voids are included in the instruction manuals. Although there were no actual factions when the HMM series started, later model releases reflect the traditional Helix Republic “OZ” and Guys Empire “EZ” abbreviations seen in earlier lines.
At first these were available only through special orders and contest prize giveaways, produced in limited numbers. This line consisted of the three Liner Zero's different armor systems seen in the New Century anime.
(April 2019) Limited HMM -023 RZ-042 Command Wolf LC & AC Brad Very. (May 2019) Limited-001 Shield Liner Radar Special (July 2011) no designation number given.
(July 2020) HMM -Limited Blade Liner 2013 Blu-ray Box Limited Very. (August 2014) HMM -043 Goulash The Ogre (December 2016) (No designation number given) HMM -044 RZ-029 Storm Sword er (November 2017) Limited-044 RZ-029 Storm Sword er Ala Barony Very.
(December 2017) (Kotobukiya Shop Exclusive) RZ-030 Gun Sniper Bone Color Very. (July 2019) (Dinosaur Expo 2019 Exclusive and later Kotobukiya Shop Exclusive) HMM -046 RZ-007 Shield Liner DCS-J (November 2019) Limited-043 RZ-001 Goulash Gunner (November 2019) (Kotobukiya Shop Exclusive) HMM -047 RMZ-11 Goods Old Republic Specification Type (January 2020) HMM -049 RZ-030 Gun Sniper Wild Weasel Very.
(August 2011) HMM -031 DPZ-10 Dark Horn (Harry Champ) Very. (December 2015) (Kotobukiya Shop Exclusive) HMM -042 Iron Kong PK (August 2016) (No designation number given) Limited-022 EZ-054 Liner Zero Empire Very.
(July 2017) (Kotobukiya Shop Exclusive) Limited-022 EZ-054 Liner Zero Empire Very. (Kotobukiya Shop Exclusive) HMM -045 EZ-049 Storm Tyranny (March 2018) Limited-045 EZ-049 Storm Tyranny Berserk Unit Set (March 2018) (Kotobukiya Shop Exclusive) EZ-026 Gene Saucer Bone Color Very.
(July 2019) (Dinosaur Expo 2019 Exclusive and later Kotobukiya Shop Exclusive) HMM -048 EZ-015 Iron Kong Yeti (June 2020) EPZ-003 Sabre Tiger CA Color Very. HMM, CP-001: Shield Liner Gold Chrome Fangs and Smokey Canopy (Limited to 200 during initial launch.
HMM, Liner Zero Claws & Teeth: mail-in order kit including parts for HMM Liner Zero colored a darker gold than the standard version and the frame parts for the claws colored to silver rather than blue. Included an orange canopy and silverware colored armor to create the NOR Goulash.
(March 2021) HMM -030 CAS: Liner Zero Eager Unit (February 2012) HMM -030 CAS: Liner Zero Eager Unit Marking Plus Very. (April 2021) HMM -Limited Liner Zero Changing Armor System Set Clear Very.