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  1. Robotech by Titan Comics

    But BW gave away the international merchandise rights to Tatsunoko, so BW was the wrong partner to negotiate with.
  2. Orguss is B A C K

    I finally got my CF Orguss yesterday. I transformed him into Fighter mode and decided to put him on on the display stand. But the stand just crumbled to pieces when I tried to attach the adapter. It's completely unusable and unfixable now, and I don't really want to use the stands from the earlier releases after this experience. So I'm looking into alternatives. Any suggestions? I don't think there's a Yeti Stand for the Orgusses, unfortunately.
  3. Super Macross Mecha Fun Time Discussion Thread!

    I don't think one could say that the SV-51 (capital V, unlike the other two) was designed to primarily counter Variable Fighters. It was more multi-purpose than that. I guess an "VF Slayer" needs sufficient speed, maneuverability, weaponry, avionics and other systems to outperform enemy VFs.
  4. Kitz Concept Robotech Toy Line

    It looks pretty good. Better than all the Toynami offerings in the past. But with that scale, it doesn't really fit in my collection. My brother have a few 1/72 models though and might like one. It depends on the price.
  5. This was bound to happen...gray market VF's?

    Not really, but we shouldn't start that debate again. Here's the appropriate thread: http://www.macrossworld.com/mwf/topic/44143-kitz-concept-robotech-toy-line/
  6. This was bound to happen...gray market VF's?

    Doesn't this discussion belong in another thread? KitzConcept is an official licensee to Harmony Gold these days.

    They also didn't carry two out of three releases in the latest wave of Variable Action figures, including the new Orguss. So yeah, it can be really random.

    I'm holding my thumbs for the Figma.

    I agree with you. I'm not too fond of the stylized look and would have preferred lineart accuracy instead. Sure, they do look sleek, but they are not what I grew up with. (Plus, I can't afford or fit these in my collection, so I hold tight to any reason for not buying them.)

    Evolution's VF-2SS was also delayed...
  11. 1/24 Freeing E=X Garland

    I think that Arcadia employee in the interview said that they were interested in making Garlands from Part III as well. I think I wait for that in that case, then they're all in the same scale. Part III is not my favorite anyway.
  12. AJAC ?

    Are we talking about a kit that can be made into any mode or just a single mode? Regardless, I am interested in one.
  13. Robotech by Titan Comics

    Harmony Gold's stance has been that there's not really enough of a demand for model kits these days. (Who can blame them on that market analysis? The hobby is quite niche and Robotech is even more niche.) That stance will likely not change anytime soon. And I mean, the model kits from Hasegawa, Bandai, Wave and so on are easily available for those who want them anyway.
  14. AJAC ?

    The helicopter mode wasn't used in space. That mode was never even seen in the show, except briefly mid-transformation.
  15. Arcadia Offices.

    Big West stopped those releases, according to this article: http://www.collectiondx.com/article/nytf09_toynami_bandai_tamashii