Tetsujin 28 is a 1956 manga written and illustrated by Mitsuteru Yokoyama, was made into four anime TV series released in 1963. Teatsujin meaning “Iron Man” made a live action movie with heavy use of CGI in 2005.
During the final days of World War II, the Japanese military is secretly developing a superweapon intended to help save the Japanese Empire. After twenty-seven failed attempts, Dr. Kaneda completes a three-story high, remote-controlled robot officially named as Tetsujin 28-go.
Dr. Kaneda dies of heart failure shortly after completing Tetsujin 28. Rather than becoming the military’s key weapon, Tetsujin 28 is given to Dr. Kaneda’s ten-year-old son, Shotaro. Under Shotaro’s control, Tetsujin is put to work stopping criminals and enemy robots.
Requiring 6 sheets of paper , SD tetsujin 28 papercraft doesn’t have that many parts and the difficulty is not easy. I can’t say for sure if it’s medium or hard but it is definitely not easy to build.
SD Tesujin 28 is designed by sgcg.