Mecabricks OSTALL

Crusher Joe (クラッシャージョウ, Kurasshā Jō) A series of science fiction novels by Haruka Takachiho and released by Asahi Sonorama from 1977. One of the founding fathers of Studio Nue decided that besides being a designer he would try his hand at penning novels.

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Takara Crusher Joe Ostall Hunter 1:32 Scale Anime Model ...

Takara Crusher Joe Ostall Hunter 1:32 Scale Anime Model Kit 1983 Rare MIB. Item Information. Condition: New. Price: US $100.00. No Interest if paid in full in 6 mo on $99+Opens in a new window or tab* No Interest if paid in full in 6 months on $99+.

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Hunter Mecha Ostall - mechmaster.co.uk

2018-5-26  Hunter Mecha Ostall. From the Crusher Joe movie, the Ostall was one of the Hunter Mecha, automated drones which only made a brief appearance in the film as they attacked the Crusher team, I really liked the designs though and built this model based on the Nitto plastic kit.

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Crusher Joe (Light Novel) - TV Tropes

Crusher Joe. A series of Science Fiction light novels by Haruka Takachiho, with illustrations by Yasuhiko Yoshikazu, initially published in 1977. Beginning in the year 2160, the stories follow the adventures of members of "Crusher Conference", an organization of people who perform dangerous tasks for a fee. The series was adapted into a short ...

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TCI Model Sets - BattleTechWiki

2021-10-28  The Locust (a.k.a. Crusher Joe Ostall) was released in two sizes, 1/48 and 1/32. The models packaged in the TCI kits was the smaller 1/48. Even at the smaller scale, the ostensibly 20-ton Locust towered over the other "larger" 'Mechs.

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CRUSHER JOE - O Espaço Virtual do Colecionador

Crusher Joe 1/3000 Cordoba Hazegawa. R$ 649,90 R$ 589,90. Crusher - Cordoba. Kit para montar de plastimodelismo, requer montagem e pintura, fabricado pela Hazegawa do Japão, este modelo é. Comprar. Visualização rápida. -3%. Visualização rápida.

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On a slightly larger scale than normal... (image intensive)

2021-11-1  That's the plastic Crusher Joe "Ostall". I have one like it that is painted in the bright purple from the movie and busted up into about 15 little pieces. I do still have these ladz intact, however: [ Click to Enlarge ] Macross recently had its 30th anniversary. I think my paint jobs show their age...

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Locust LCT-1v Paper Model by Scarecrovv on DeviantArt

2011-12-11  A 15cm tall paper model of the Locust Battlemech from Battletech. Also known as the Ostall from Crusher Joe. Naughty FASA! See included README.txt for details. Use the Download Button on the top right to get the RAR file.

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Unseen Minis - Brian's Cache *USA*

2004-10-16  The Corsair and Samurai aerospace fighters are near-exact copies of the Crusher Joe Siren and Harpy, while the Sparrowhawk appears to be a blend of the two.The 3025 Galleon Tank is also an exact copy of the Crusher Joe Galleon tank, while the Leopard Class dropship is a heavily modified version of the Crusher Joe Minerva.Although there is little doubt of the origins of these, there is some ...

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Mecha and Monsters from Crusher Joe /m/-mecha Wikia

2021-11-9  The following is a list of the various mecha and monsters that appeared in the 1983 anime movie Crusher Joe and its 1989 two part OVA sequel of the same name. The main space ship of the Crushers, included in it are the two Fighters, the Galleon, and an assistance robot named Dongo. Length 188.6 meters Width: 98.8 meters Height: 20.5 meters Weapons: Twin blasters on the bow, three anti

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Hunter Mecha Ostall

2018-5-26  Hunter Mecha Ostall. From the Crusher Joe movie, the Ostall was one of the Hunter Mecha, automated drones which only made a brief appearance in the film as they attacked the Crusher team, I really liked the designs though and built this model based on the Nitto plastic kit.

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TCI Model Sets - BattleTechWiki

2021-10-28  The Locust (a.k.a. Crusher Joe Ostall) was released in two sizes, 1/48 and 1/32. The models packaged in the TCI kits was the smaller 1/48. Even at the smaller scale, the ostensibly 20-ton Locust towered over the other "larger" 'Mechs.

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You Don t need a $10,000 - Starship Modeler

2006-11-3  This is the Original “Ostall” from the “Crusher Joe” anime series. This is the redesigned Locust by FASA. FASA redesigned the robot to be a "light mech" battlemech. This meant that it was fast, lightly armored and primarily used for recon missions. In the early 1980's, a Japanese company

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Starship Modeler - Scratchbuilding Basics

2014-8-7  ^This is the original "Ostall" from the "Crusher Joe" anime series Image: This is the redesigned Locust by FASA.. Image: This is the sum total of the drawings used to build this project.. For the purposes of this article, I have chosen a Battletech Mech as a subject.

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CoolMiniOrNot - Battletech Unseen Diorama: Locust v ...

Battletech Unseen Diorama: Locust v Marauder. Based on an illustration from a 1987 Battletech manual. Converted Locust is an "Ostall" from Crusher Joe. Marauder is a Macross Glaug. Vastly different scales between the two models. Pilot is a converted Flames of War figure. My Profile Send Me A

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MWO: Forums - Looking For Plastic Clan Mech

2015-3-27  Locust (Crusher Joe Ostall) (all the Dougram mechs can be found under Robotech Defenders) Shadowhawk (Dougram) Griffin (Dougram Soltic) Wolverine (Dougram Blockhead) BattleMaster (Dougram Ironfoot or Bigfoot can't remember which) Thunderbolt (Dougram Hasty) Marauder (Robotech Glaug Pod) Tyco mechs look in BattleTech toys and BattleTech Tyco.

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Locust LCT-1v Paper Model by Scarecrovv on DeviantArt

2011-12-11  A 15cm tall paper model of the Locust Battlemech from Battletech. Also known as the Ostall from Crusher Joe. Naughty FASA! See included README.txt for details. Use the Download Button on the top right to get the RAR file.

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Battletech V Robotech

2021-11-5  Different anime, actually. I do believe it was from Crusher Joe and called the Ostall, though it does share some similarity with the SDF Macross/Robotech Regult Tactical Battlepod. Of course, the Regult is obviously based on the Imperial AT-ST from The Empire Strikes Back. O0

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Locust v2.0 by Karyudo-DS on DeviantArt

2009-8-25  I think it was an improvement over the Crusher Joe Ostall in a way. Reply. TheBattletechHeretic. Aug 29, 2009. My bad, I mistook it with "Price of Glory", yeah the Marauder striding through the streets of Sarghad is a pretty cool image . Reply. Karyudo-DS. Sep 2, 2009.

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Dougram Desert Gunner 1/144 Takara Model Kit NIB ...

Takara Crusher Joe Ostall Hunter 1:32 Scale Anime Model Kit 1983 Rare. $59.98 + shipping + shipping + shipping. Max Factory Fang of The Sun Dougram: Max 06 Armor Model Kit (1:72 Scale) $42.25. Free shipping Free shipping Free shipping. Lot of 4 Kagaku Co 1:144 Scale Fang Of The Sun Dougram Model Kits Sealed New.

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Takara Crusher Joe Ostall Hunter 1:32 Scale Anime Model ...

2021-10-10  Find many great new used options and get the best deals for Takara Crusher Joe Ostall Hunter 1:32 Scale Anime Model Kit 1983 Rare Japan NIB at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!

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Unseen - BattleTechWiki

2021-9-10  Crusher Joe Locust - Ostall Samurai AeroSpace Fighter - TR-5 Harpy Galleon Light Tank (3025) - Galleon. Returned; The Technical Readout: 3058 version of the Galleon was ruled, in December 2011, to be similar enough to the original that it should be removed, however, that decision was reversed in November 2014. Other units of note

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CoolMiniOrNot - Battletech Unseen Diorama: Locust v ...

Battletech Unseen Diorama: Locust v Marauder. Based on an illustration from a 1987 Battletech manual. Converted Locust is an "Ostall" from Crusher Joe. Marauder is a Macross Glaug. Vastly different scales between the two models. Pilot is a converted Flames of War figure. My Profile Send Me A

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Battletech V Robotech

2021-11-5  Different anime, actually. I do believe it was from Crusher Joe and called the Ostall, though it does share some similarity with the SDF Macross/Robotech Regult Tactical Battlepod. Of course, the Regult is obviously based on the Imperial AT-ST from The Empire Strikes Back. O0

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Starship Modeler - Scratchbuilding Basics

2002-6-28  ^This is the original "Ostall" from the "Crusher Joe" anime series Image: This is the redesigned Locust by FASA.. Image: This is the sum total of the drawings used to build this project.. For the purposes of this article, I have chosen a Battletech Mech as a subject.

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Locust v2.0 by Karyudo-DS on DeviantArt

2009-8-25  I think it was an improvement over the Crusher Joe Ostall in a way. Reply. TheBattletechHeretic. Aug 29, 2009. My bad, I mistook it with "Price of Glory", yeah the Marauder striding through the streets of Sarghad is a pretty cool image . Reply. Karyudo-DS. Sep 2, 2009.

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: Re: [gundam] (OT) Japanese Battletech

2000-2-3  >like Macross, Crusher Joe and Dougram. > >Question: > >Apart from the Ostsol from Crusher Joe (Locust) - were there any other mechs >they copied from in that series? The CSR-V12 Corsair AeroFighter is the SR-5 Siren fighter. The GAL-100 Galleon light tank is the Galleon Galactic Tank. The LCT-1V Locust is the Ostall Hunter Walker.

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[TMP] "New Art for the Battletech Marauder." Topic

2015-9-17  It was based on a combat drone from Crusher Joe called an Ostall. And the pictures I've seen of the Robotech Tactics Glaug make it too big. wminsing: 17 Sep 2015 8:16 a.m. PST: Based on what I've seen of the RT Tactics minis they look like a nightmare to put together; I'll wait for the new plastics form Catalyst in this case. ...

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[TMP] "15mm Battletech" Topic - [TMP] The Miniatures Page

2011-8-8  Farstar. 08 Aug 2011 10:38 a.m. PST. 1/100th scale is about as close as you'll get to 15mm, Yes, but while the art of the Unseen was from Macross, Dougram, and Crusher Joe, the scales of the originals were not always preserved. The Macross designs all push 50 feet tall, while Battlemechs tend to run around 35-45.

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MWO: Forums - Reseen unseen pictures - mwomercs

2012-7-1  Posted 01 July 2012 - 01:36 PM. There is quite some talking about unseen mechs at the forums, but in most discussions it's forgotten, that some of them were "reseen". So, here i have an assembly of pictures, that show how the reseen versions look like, and a picture of an old design, to compare. Yes, i know, you can look at sarna, but it's a pain.

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