ZW 01 Wild Liger First Kitchen D

The First Kitchen sticker sets where distributed through Wendy’s as a promotional campaign. Most likely in a similar vein to Happy Meal toys.

Considering the nature of their distribution, the First Kitchen stickers don’t have that many parts to cover the liger like the Sky Flight and PSO variants.

All four First Kitchen Ligers

Sticker Scan:

Despite lacking in stickers for the Liger itself, the sheets brought plenty of other stickers.

ZW 01 Wild Liger Silver Lion Ver.

The Silver Lion sticker set was a CoroCoro limited distribution, and has become the rarest of the sticker sets to come by. It was a distribution in the August 2018 issue of CoroCoro magazine with 1000 copies being distributed.

The Silver Lion sticker set is one of the sets with the most sticker pieces to cover the Wild Liger body.

Stickers and Instructions:


ZW 01 Wild Liger PSO Ver.

Released as a promotional partnership between Takara Tomy and the game Phantasy Star Online, this variant of the Wild Liger came in pretty late in the game compared to its brothers. Pretty much around the time the third Liger, Rising Liger was released.

One interesting detail, the stickers are based on the armor of a player character.

Compared to Blue Flame and other more widely distributed sticker sets, PSO has many more stickers covering its body.

Box Scans:

While it utilizes the standard Wild Liger box, it has a PSO promotional band around the box to differentiate it from the standard release.

Stickers and Instructions:

Promotional Code:

The kit also came with a promotional code to download Wild Liger based armor in the game.


PSO related images:

Red alternate color. Seems only white and red are the options.
Character armor the sticker set is based on.

ZW 01 Wild Liger Sky Flight Ver.

Standard Wild Liger & Sky Flight Ver.

For one of the sticker variants, Sky Flight Liger is one of the variants with the most stickers to cover parts. This seems to be the case on the official release ones (Sky Flight and PSO) and the more limited distribution ones (Black Lion and Silver Lion.).

One thing I kind of enjoy about the sticker variants is that they give this kind of race car look to the design.

Sky Flight compared to Blue Flame. Sky Flight has more decals covering its body.

Sticker and Instructions Scans:

Box Images:

Beint a sort of limited edition, this Zoid came with its own box to promote the CD. Interestingly, inside the new box is the standard Wild Liger Box with all the Liger parts like a standard release.


Zoids Wild Fanbook #1

I’ve scanned all the non-manga content of the Zoids Wild Fanbook. I highly urge anyone interested in the book to get it.

Where to buy: Amazon JP




One really neat bonus that comes with the Fanbook is the Custom Battle Case. A nice little collectors box that can fit most medium sized Zoids. Even older classics like Liger Zero or Saber Tiger. (I did try Zoids like Shield Liger, and they won’t fit due to their long tail. With some others of that size, if you can remove or push down the tail it might work out).

RZ-028+ Slash Liger (Custom)

Old Concept Art of Slash Liger featured on the old Webcomic Website back in the day.

The Zoid known as Slash Liger, was a Zoid featured in the old Zoids Webcomic by Tomy back in the early 2000’s. Despite the old Webcomic having become a relic of of the NJR era, with little to no backups of it being saved, many Zoiders of my generation fondly remember the really cool motion and sound comic that featured some really unique Zoids that never made it as model kits. Among those, was the Slash Liger.

Slash Liger had been one those Zoids I had always desired as a kit. As a young teen with access to the internet, I would spend my days online looking up Zoids information, specially all the fascinating tidbits available only to Japan. And when I first saw this thing my mind was blown. It was a Blade Liger. But a Blade Liger with freaking BOOSTER BLADES. How cool is that? And my young mind interpreted its blades as this giant blades. So…GIANT BOOSTER BLADES! HOW AWESOME IS THAT!?

How did this custom come about? It was a combination of things. That desire to keep obtaining Zoids I loved since childhood, mainly ones that didn’t have a kit of their own, and also the desire to keep improving as a customizer.

So, I decided to push forward, run the risk the project could crash and burn because of what at the time I thought would be to dificult. After running some tests on spare Blade Liger parts, I jumped the gun and ordered a cheap BT Blade Liger.

The first test where to see if I could make the head work somehow. The face blades, the more detailed cockpit, make a the head fins closer to the original’s.

After getting the BT Blade Liger and two sets of MSG Swords I thought got close to what I was aiming for, work began!

Then as the weeks went on and I had time to work on it, painting slowly got done and I started giving some of the parts shape utilizing parts from some Gundam kits I either owned or bought for parts.

Slowly the Liger was taking shape! Some pieces would change as the project went on. And since I wanted to make it a bit more unique compared to a normal Blade Liger, I gave it a new chest barrel cannon. And not any chest barrel cannon, but a big chest barrel cannon, cause why not. It already has giant blades! Might as well have a little more fun with it!

Unfortunately tragedy struck, in many senses. I had to leave on a family emergency back home for a week. And ironically it was the same week my apartment complex was getting the windows changed. The people that came to do my apartment weren’t to careful and while moving my stuff around lost some of the Liger’s pieces. When I returned from my trip I was to bummed to continue work on I left it alone for about a month. When I came back to work on it I pretty much had to retool the whole waist. I used parts from Wild Zoids and Lego bits to do this.

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I continued further work by finishing the remaining booster and retooling the connection system.

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After fixing the waist and booster it was time to have a bit of fun !
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It can even wield its blades like a sword! Watch out Liger Souga!

At this point all that was left was paint. Which due to work and other projects to me a bit to finish.

And then after some time, finally it was done! The way I see it, there’s still a lot of improving I can do as a modeler. Slash Liger was a great experience that showed me that with time and effort I can accomplish things I’ve always wanted. And it’s not a perfect kit at all in my eyes, it has it’s faults. To me it’s a great kit that celebrates my childhood, and I’m happy with it for it. It’s a fun project that showed me many new things that’ll allow me to do even better next time.

Flame/Hunter Wolf Phoenix (Flame/Hunter Wolf + Fire Phoenix Parts)

Surprisingly, the Flame Wolf armor matches the Japanese Fuzors Fire Phoenix armor really well. As of this writing, I am waiting for comparison pictures of the standard Hunter Wolf next to the blue Fire Phoenix, to see if that color combination works out. As Flame Wolf is a limited armor not everyone has access to. Unless of course, you want to paint the different parts yourself so the can match.

Here are the Fire Phoenix parts you’ll need.

Remove the cheek and back caps, as well as the shoulder armor from your wolf.

We are going to apply this little part to the cheek pegs. You may need to apply some force and play around with it a bit for it to fit correctly.

Try to make sure both sides align like this.

Insert the face armor parts into the pegs like this. Make sure the peg goes in to the front hole.

Now on the back pegs, insert the blox.

Connect the wings, and secure the connection with the grey piece.

As for the guns, make sure the peg is inserted into the upper hole.

And there you go! You got a flying wolf now.

And it can walk too!

Wild Liger Buster (Wild Liger + Buster Eagle Parts)

Zoids Wild and Zoids Fuzors parts actually work together. What was a simple question asked on the Zoids Discord server, opened the gates to potential customization options.

These are going to be the Buster Eagle parts you’ll need.

Now, remove the shoulder armor and rear claws from the liger.

We’re going to insert the Eagle claws to the rear legs.

Then to secure the claws, put on the caps on the inside of the joint.

Now insert the little grey pieces onto the hip armor peg. You may need to apply some force. Maybe even remove the armor part, insert the grey piece, and then put back the armor.

Now we are going to connect the Buster Cannons. Make sure you insert the upper peg into the smaller hole.

And there you go. That’s Wild Liger Buster!

Oh yeah, it walks too.