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==Production Notes==
 
==Production Notes==
Due to the immense popularity of the Gundam plastic model kits in Japan in the mid-'80s, this popular comic series by [[Team Craft]] and [[Koichi Yamato]] was a series mainly based on the models of the first Gundam series along with its Mobile Suit Variation series. Released in the February 1982 issue of the [[Comic BomBom]] magazine, It is the first series on Gundam models. Series features modification of existing models and creating new ones, like the [[PF-78-1 Perfect Gundam]], [[PF-78-3 Perfect Gundam III]], and [[Musha Gundam]], which were endorsed by [[Bandai]] and was later released as official model kits and figures, and also as units featured in various games. The series started the idea for [[Mobile Fighter G Gundam]] of pilot's emotion reflecting the emotion of the unit. Various series basing on the same plot model were published, more recently the [[Model Suit Gunpla Builders Beginning G]] (2010) OVA series and [[Gundam Build Fighters]] (2013).
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Due to the immense popularity of the Gundam plastic model kits in Japan in the mid-'80s, this popular comic series by [[Team Craft]] and [[Koichi Yamato]] was a series mainly based on the models of the first Gundam series along with its Mobile Suit Variation series. Released in the February 1982 issue of the [[Comic BomBom]] magazine, It is the first series on Gundam models. Series features modification of existing models and creating new ones, like the [[PF-78-1 Perfect Gundam]], [[PF-78-3 Perfect Gundam III]], and [[Musha Gundam]], which were endorsed by [[Bandai]] and was later released as official model kits and figures, and also as units featured in various games. The series started the idea for [[Mobile Fighter G Gundam]] of pilot's emotion reflecting the emotion of the unit. Various series basing on the same plot model were published, more recently the [[Model Suit Gunpla Builders Beginning G]] OVA series and [[Gundam Build Fighters]].
   
 
==Characters==
 
==Characters==
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|02|| [[File:Plamo-Kyoshiro Original 2.jpg|150px]] || ||October 20, 1982 ||ISBN 4-06-100403-4<br />(9784061004030)
 
|02|| [[File:Plamo-Kyoshiro Original 2.jpg|150px]] || ||October 20, 1982 ||ISBN 4-06-100403-4<br />(9784061004030)
 
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|03||[[File:Plamo-Kyoshiro Original 3.jpg|150px]] || The Plamo on this cover are from left to right, are the Agguguy, God Tiger Tank and the RX-78-2 Gundam||February 20, 1983 || ISBN 4-06-100407-7<br />(9784061004078)
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|03||[[File:Plamo-Kyoshiro Original 3.jpg|150px]] || Plamo on this cover are from left to right: Agguguy, God Tiger Tank and the RX-78-2 Gundam||February 20, 1983 || ISBN 4-06-100407-7<br />(9784061004078)
 
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|04||[[File:Plamo-Kyoshiro Original 4.jpg|150px]] || Over the logo,Xabungle, Behind Shiro, the Perfect Gundam.|| June 18, 1983 || ISBN 4-06-100414-X<br />(9784061004146)
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|04||[[File:Plamo-Kyoshiro Original 4.jpg|150px]] || Over the logo appears Xabungle from Blue Gale Xabungle. Behind Shiro, the Perfect Gundam.|| June 18, 1983 || ISBN 4-06-100414-X<br />(9784061004146)
 
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|05||[[File:Plamo-Kyoshiro Original 5.jpg|150px]] || || September 17, 1983 || ISBN 4-06-100421-2<br />(9784061004214)
 
|05||[[File:Plamo-Kyoshiro Original 5.jpg|150px]] || || September 17, 1983 || ISBN 4-06-100421-2<br />(9784061004214)
 
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|06||[[File:Plamo-Kyoshiro Original 6.jpg|150px]] || The Robots on the cover are BIlbine and Dunbine from Aura battler dunbine. the other two are models of the ATM Scopedog of armored trooper Votoms|| December 17, 1983 || ISBN4-06-100426-3<br />(9784061004269)
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|06||[[File:Plamo-Kyoshiro Original 6.jpg|150px]] || The Robots on the cover are Bilbine and Dunbine from Aura Battler Dunbine. Other two are models of two Scopedog from Armored Trooper Votoms|| December 17, 1983 || ISBN4-06-100426-3<br />(9784061004269)
 
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|07||[[File:Plamo-Kyoshiro Original 7.jpg|150px]] || || March 17, 1984 || ISBN4-06-100435-2<br />(9784061004351)
 
|07||[[File:Plamo-Kyoshiro Original 7.jpg|150px]] || || March 17, 1984 || ISBN4-06-100435-2<br />(9784061004351)
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|12||[[File:Plamo-Kyoshiro Original 12.jpg|150px]] || Behind Shiro is a Zeta Gundam variation model|| December 17, 1985 || ISBN 4-06-100466-2<br />(9784061004665)
 
|12||[[File:Plamo-Kyoshiro Original 12.jpg|150px]] || Behind Shiro is a Zeta Gundam variation model|| December 17, 1985 || ISBN 4-06-100466-2<br />(9784061004665)
 
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|13||[[File:Plamo-Kyoshiro Original 13.jpg|150px]] || Robot behind Shiro on the cover isMusha Gundam Mk2|| June 18, 1986 || ISBN 4-06-100473-5<br />(9784061004733
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|13||[[File:Plamo-Kyoshiro Original 13.jpg|150px]] || Robot behind Shiro on the cover is Musha Gundam Mk2|| June 18, 1986 || ISBN 4-06-100473-5<br />(9784061004733
 
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|14||[[File:Plamo-Kyoshiro Original 14.jpg|150px]] || In the Hand of Shiro is the Metaru bushin (メタル武神,Metal god of military arts) along with them the ZZ Gundam.|| August 18, 1986 || ISBN 4-06-100479-4<br />(9784061004795)
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|14||[[File:Plamo-Kyoshiro Original 14.jpg|150px]] || In the hand of Shiro is the Metaru Bushin (メタル武神,Metal god of military arts) along with them the ZZ Gundam.|| August 18, 1986 || ISBN 4-06-100479-4<br />(9784061004795)
 
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|15||[[File:PLamo kyoshiro Original 15.jpg|150px]]
 
|15||[[File:PLamo kyoshiro Original 15.jpg|150px]]
| Gundam over the Shiro's head is the Perfect Gundam Mk2
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| Gundam over the Shiro's head is the Perfect Gundam Mk2
|17 de diciembre de 1986 || ISBN 4-06-100486-7<br />(9784061004863)
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|December 17, 1986 || ISBN 4-06-100486-7<br />(9784061004863)
 
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Revision as of 00:23, September 10, 2017

Plamo-Kyoshiro (プラモ狂四郎) was a manga series mainly based on the models of the first Mobile Suit Gundam series along with its Mobile Suit Variations series. First published in 1982, written by Hisashi Yasui and drawn by Koichi Yamato, the story is set in the world of Plamo-kyo ("Plastic-Model Fans"), where schoolkids compete with self-built Mobile Suit Variations in a virtual-reality simulator. The same concept was used in Model Suit Gunpla Builders Beginning G and Gundam Build Fighters.

Production Notes

Due to the immense popularity of the Gundam plastic model kits in Japan in the mid-'80s, this popular comic series by Team Craft and Koichi Yamato was a series mainly based on the models of the first Gundam series along with its Mobile Suit Variation series. Released in the February 1982 issue of the Comic BomBom magazine, It is the first series on Gundam models. Series features modification of existing models and creating new ones, like the PF-78-1 Perfect Gundam, PF-78-3 Perfect Gundam III, and Musha Gundam, which were endorsed by Bandai and was later released as official model kits and figures, and also as units featured in various games. The series started the idea for Mobile Fighter G Gundam of pilot's emotion reflecting the emotion of the unit. Various series basing on the same plot model were published, more recently the Model Suit Gunpla Builders Beginning G OVA series and Gundam Build Fighters.

Characters


Plamo (Mobile Suits)

Shiro's Side

Rival Side


Plastic Models of other Franchises

Publication History

Original Issue 1982-1986

The volume numbers can be confirmed on the cover

Volume CoverComments Publication Date ISBN
01Plamo-Kyoshiro Original 1 August 20, 1982 ISBN 4-06-100401-8
(9784061004016)
02 Plamo-Kyoshiro Original 2 October 20, 1982 ISBN 4-06-100403-4
(9784061004030)
03Plamo-Kyoshiro Original 3 Plamo on this cover are from left to right: Agguguy, God Tiger Tank and the RX-78-2 GundamFebruary 20, 1983 ISBN 4-06-100407-7
(9784061004078)
04Plamo-Kyoshiro Original 4 Over the logo appears Xabungle from Blue Gale Xabungle. Behind Shiro, the Perfect Gundam. June 18, 1983 ISBN 4-06-100414-X
(9784061004146)
05Plamo-Kyoshiro Original 5 September 17, 1983 ISBN 4-06-100421-2
(9784061004214)
06Plamo-Kyoshiro Original 6 The Robots on the cover are Bilbine and Dunbine from Aura Battler Dunbine. Other two are models of two Scopedog from Armored Trooper Votoms December 17, 1983 ISBN4-06-100426-3
(9784061004269)
07Plamo-Kyoshiro Original 7 March 17, 1984 ISBN4-06-100435-2
(9784061004351)
08Plamo-Kyoshiro Original 8 August 17, 1984 ISBN 4-06-100443-3
(9784061004436)
09 Plamo-Kyoshiro Original 9 December 17, 1984 ISBN4-06-100449-2
(9784061004498)
10Plamo-Kyoshiro Original 10 March 18, 1985 ISBN 4-06-100454-9
(9784061004542)
11 Plamo-Kyoshiro Original 11 Gundam behind Shiro is the original Zeta Gundam August 15, 1985 ISBN 4-06-100459-X
(9784061004597)
12Plamo-Kyoshiro Original 12 Behind Shiro is a Zeta Gundam variation model December 17, 1985 ISBN 4-06-100466-2
(9784061004665)
13Plamo-Kyoshiro Original 13 Robot behind Shiro on the cover is Musha Gundam Mk2 June 18, 1986 ISBN 4-06-100473-5
(9784061004733
14Plamo-Kyoshiro Original 14 In the hand of Shiro is the Metaru Bushin (メタル武神,Metal god of military arts) along with them the ZZ Gundam. August 18, 1986 ISBN 4-06-100479-4
(9784061004795)
15PLamo kyoshiro Original 15 Gundam over the Shiro's head is the Perfect Gundam Mk2 December 17, 1986 ISBN 4-06-100486-7
(9784061004863)
SPECIAL ISSUE
Plamo-Kyoshiro Musha Gundam Version
Volume CoverComments Publication Date ISBN
-Musha gundam shiro This Volume is about the Musha Gundam and how it appeared. August 17, 1989 4-06-100563-4
(9784061005631)
Reprint of 2008

The volume numbers can be confirmed on the cover

Volume CoverComments Publication Date ISBN
01Book-puramokyoushiro
02 150px
03150px
04150px
05プラモ狂四郎 32112704
06150px
07150px
08150px
09 150px
10150px

Chapters


List of Mobile Suits

Plamo From Other Series

Sequels

Gallery

Scans

Editions

  • Vol.1 ISBN: 978-4-06-370566-9
  • Vol.2 ISBN: 978-4-06-370567-6
  • Vol.3 ISBN: 978-4-06-370577-5
  • Vol.4 ISBN: 978-4-06-370578-2
  • Vol.5 ISBN: 978-4-06-370586-
  • Vol.6 ISBN: 978-4-06-370587-4
  • Vol.7 ISBN: 978-4-06-370594-2
  • Vol.8
  • Vol.9 ISBN: 978-4-06-370601-7
  • Vol.10 ISBN: 978-4-06-370602-4

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