The kit may be tiny but the ideals behind it are infinite! This 1/144 high-grade kit of the Justice Gundam is beautifully shot in colored plastic, with fantastic detail as is usual for Bandai. All parts snap together. Instructions are simple, clear illustrations, to make building a breeze. The finished kit is poseable thanks to several polycaps in the joints (but be careful balancing with that backpack on!). Stickers are included for detail. Paint and glue are not necessary, but paint might enhance the appearance of the finished model.
History of Justice Gundam
In mid CE 71, ZAFT created a series of advanced mobile suits based on technology reverse-engineered from the captured Earth Alliance G Project suits. Like their EA predecessors, the ZAFT Gundams are armed with advanced beam weaponry and protected by Phase Shift armor. One of these suits is the Justice, which can be considered the sister unit of the Freedom. Most of the Justice' and Freedom's systems were tested on the YFX-600R GuAIZ Experimental Firearms Type.
Late in CE 71, Athrun Zala, former pilot of the Aegis, is assigned the Justice with the mission to either recapture or destroy its stolen sister unit, the Freedom. Instead, however, Athrun joins forces with his old friend Kira Yamato, in defending neutral Orb from an Earth Alliance attack. Later he met up with the support vessel Eternal which carried both METEOR units. Athrun and Kira used the METEORs' firepower to thwart an Earth Alliance nuclear missile attack on the PLANTs on the final day of the war, and Athrun also destroys the GAT-X131 Calamity with his METEOR's beam sword. Afterward, Athrun flies the Justice inside the gamma ray laser GENESIS and self-destructs it, preventing his father's doomsday weapon from firing on the Earth.
Over two years later, a more close-combat-oriented advanced version of the Justice is built by Terminal, called the ZGMF-X19A Infinite Justice, which is again piloted by Athrun