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About SuperDimensionalDave

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    19 ish... Tis' better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to open your mouth and remove all doubt. There.. see???

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  1. Regardless of scale I want them to concentrate on products heretofore not produced or not within the last say 30 years. If they’ve got a “Robotech” license then let’s see some 1/12 Invid or a 1/12 fan racer /liner, TV Q-Rau or a hover tank. There’s so much that could be made where there’s not only demand but you don’t have to worry about competition.
  2. I know. I meant it was cute. Adorable actually. I’m used to my Wife looking at my toys and only making one sound. “SIGH”
  3. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=DPH27xLRM20 In this video it has two ppl transforming simultaneously to battloid. The dude keeps the legs attached for perfect transformation and the woman detaches them whilst transforming. I’m assuming it is to illustrate the functionality of convenience during transformation to be able to put entire lower assembly aside during upper torso transformation if you so desire. Making it less fiddly/frustrating during transformation. The funny thing is they both complete transformation roughly at the same time. I think she says Sugoi (cuuute) approx 35 times lol. I personally think the design choice is brilliant. So long as the connection does not end up an Achilles heel. Sometimes less is more. Edit: whoops sorry. Just noticed someone posted this a page or two back. Haven’t been staying on top of this thread.
  4. True... news spreads fast, but nothing spreads faster than bad news lol.
  5. I got psyched for a sec but yeah that’s the Beagle/Masterpiece Proto that I believe is currently in the hands of a collector somewhere. Such a shame we never got it but thank you Sentinel for this renewed Mospeada line. I still say the Riobot Mospeadas are one of the bestest purchases I made this year. 2018 was a great year for Macross/ Robotech releases and future release announcements.
  6. AFAIK there has been no announcement of release date for either nor a prototype shown for Houquet, only one for Yellow.
  7. Noice on the Millia erm.. Miriya lol. The recently released Toynami figure is really not great. But I’ll enjoy looking at her displayed next to my 1/60 Arcadia Millia VF a lot more now knowing she’s only a stand-in for the KC one coming. I’m digging these 1/12 figures. Really down to see some Mospeada figures in this line. I’m surprised we’ve seen a SC figure before a Mospeada reveal. With the Riobot Mospeadas selling like hot cakes I’d figure these to be a no brainer to churn out and have actually in scale with them.
  8. Sometimes people just discuss opinions, ideas and old or unimportant news on forums as well.
  9. I didn’t say they all sell out immediately. I’ve gotten GREAT deals on an Arcadia 1/60 Millia, Hikaru Strike (finally) and a 1/3000 SDF-1(non PF). Yet I can’t find much of anything else Arcadia Macross or ESPECIALLY Macross Zero (unused and new) for MSRP let alone below, often anyway. I do know this, If they weren’t making money with them they wouldn’t keep cranking them out.
  10. That’s a short list compared to a great many anime properties. And a good deal of those items on the list are well over a decade old. Even still Arcadia still seems to have no problem selling these decade old reissues for bigger price tags than they were originally released at. It would come down to making a high quality product with some new bells and whistles. If you build it, Macross fans will come.
  11. Oh yeah I forgot it was 1/48. Splendid. I haven’t paid much attention to it as I am awaiting reviews. Whatever, still want as many new 1/48 Valkyries as I can get. Lol and not just VF-1’s either.
  12. Oh I do want to see new stuff. Absolutely and in fact I also prefer the idea of that instead of a V3 1/60 they need to get to work on the 1/48 V2. As loose and difficult as they have become to make stand (ESP with SSP on) they’re still my favorites. Then there’s no current competition as nobody else is making anything Macross anywhere near in that scale, currently at least. Surely their profit margins will be slimmer but I mean, well thats what happens when you stop reissuing 10-15 year old toys for twice their original price or more. That’s nice for them I'm sure but hardly a sustainable business model.
  13. With talk of mold degredation, this MAAS Toy’s producing Robuttech toys, KC’s inbound 1/72 Veritech and Bandai’s DX Chogokin Valkyrie a few weeks away it sounds like Arcadia needs to start working on the 1/60 Valkyrie V3. That is if they wish to stay relevant as well as continue to charge the prices they ask. I’m tapping my fingers Arcadia... edit: Oh and I forgot their V2 has now been knocked off and is the premium format but half the price. Rare Yamato reissues are nice but give us something new guys.
  14. As of November 3rd I believe Walgreens changed how they handle points cash in. You can only use a maximum of $5 towards any purchase at a time. $15 ML figs are still nice and all but I will miss the “free” ones. It was a good thing while it lasted though. Sigh...
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