Over the years the numerous mechas in the series Gundam mobile suit and subsequent related productions have been the subject of numerous honors, the most important of which is a life-size reproduction of the robot protagonist indistinguishable from his animated version.

The gigantic statue of the Gundam model RX-78, or that piloted by Amuro Ray in the first animated series, was recently opened to the public. The impressive structure is located in the city of Yokohama and reaches i 18 meters high with a weight of 25 tons and what sets it apart from the similar monument of Gundam Unicorn that is present on Odaiba Island in Tokyo Bay is that Ability to move limbs like a real anime mobile suit.

We recently had a chance to see the Gundam in motion, but what makes it even more incredible is that Recordings from Twitter user Hiro_cameras. The photos are visible at the end of this message and at first glance someone might think that they are observing a reproduction in computer graphics. The special aspect with which the mecha is shown in the pictures in fact it seems that it came straight from some work However, animated or franchise-related video games are the result of the skills of the photographer who managed to immortalize the robot with a decidedly spectacular appearance.

What do you think of these photos? Let us know in the comments.

Finally, I remember a new Gundam series will be released in 2021.

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