The Mobile Suit Gun series is currently touring across the United States, with the first stop being Las Vegas.
Bandai’s Gunma Base Mobile USA tour is raising awareness of the massive franchise, with Las Vegas as the destination for the first leg of the tour. After pre-opening at the Hilton Grand Vacation Elara on November 15, the festivities now continue at The Park Vegas in front of T-Mobile Arena. Scheduled to run until November 19, this venue has many fun ways for participants to showcase their fandom. One of them will be an exclusive set of plastic Gunpla models available at the event, including a clear version of the DestinyGundam from the Mobile SuitGundam SEED Destiny anime. Demos of the new Gundunda arcade game will also be available, allowing players to control their favorite mobile suits.
This coincided with GTA hitting the Grand Prix circuit via the Scuderia AlphaTauri Formula 1 team. The 22nd round of the current Formula 1 season — also taking place in Las Vegas — will see the team race in iconic RX-78-2 GTA style cars, with decals on the drivers is similar to the Aerial Robot from the recent movie. animated series Mobile Suit Gunma: The Witch from Mercury.
Gunma’s Mobile Base itself is a chain of stores in Japan that caters to fans of the series in general and its model kits in particular. The main location at Diver City Plaza even has a life-sized version of the RX-0 UnicornGundam – one of several similar docking models across the country. Other Mobile Base Gundunda locations are scattered throughout Asia, with South Korea, China, Taiwan and Thailand also hosting branches of the store. GUNDAM’s mobile facility tour will run in Vegas until November 19, 2023, with the next scheduled location being New Orleans, Louisiana from January 5-7, 2024.
Mobile Suit GTA remains one of the biggest franchises in Japan, with the series becoming synonymous with the true robot anime genre. Debuting in the late 1970s, the original anime has been followed by numerous sequels, spin-offs, manga, video games, and especially merchandise. Gunpla (Gunpla) plastic model sets were released in various grades to indicate their size and complexity, with the hobby of creating and collecting these models helping to make GTA a giant. multimedia giant. The power of the franchise is now being felt across Las Vegas, with more locations set to experience the franchise firsthand.
Source: Premium Bandai