Welcome to Baby TheEnd's third gunpla review, starring... Baby TheEnd, of course [but I'll always be here~]. Reviewer aside, we've got a Wing Gundam Zero Custom [what a mouthful!] HG kit before us here today. I haven't watched all of Gundam Wing, but I do know that Heero is kind of a dick and Wing Gundam transforms into a birdmechplanething. I have, however, seen Gundam Wing: Endless Waltz, which is what the Zero Custom is from [but has lost its transforming abilities]. There are three four versions of the Zero Custom [HG, MG, PG and PG Pearl Coat Ver.] and I'd have to say that the HG is the most manageable of all four. I say this because on all of the other renditions, the large wings have articulated feathers, which seems like it'd be a pain in the ass and kind of unnecessary. But the HG, being only a High Grade, doesn't go that far into articulation [but I'll elaborate more on this later]...
Re-attach the lower body, the head, the wings and the arms and you can pose Zero Custom in the pose it takes when it's trying to shoot through the massive metal barrier with the double-rifle-blaster-killer-blower-upper thing and ends up blowing its arm off [which I'm sure you could recreate as well with some proper weathering effects].
This is a pretty solid HG kit, and while it's not my favorite, it still looks fantastic. A fun fact, I actually bought this [and a Sandrock Custom for my roommate] from someone from /toy/, so thank you to the anon who sold me this kit! If Gundam Wing is your thing, I'd recommend the HG Endless Waltz kits, as it seems they all have their own movie-related gimmicks :D
And with that, I will see y'all later~