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  1. Bandai Sv-262 DX valk

    Oh didn't see that but that only answers my first question.
  2. Bandai Sv-262 DX valk

    As always great looking photos! Any shot of the fighter nose positioned forward towards the camera lens, I would like to see how much clearance you got with your lil drakens from the striated Tarmac. Also what camera lens do you use to have everything into focus?
  3. Bandai DX VF-31

    Luvin the heftier look of the 31j's but just like the 25's fast packs, the upper torso is top heavy resulting some wear and tear in the future I guess I will put this one up on it's stand in a hibernating stasis and not fool with dynamic posing.
  4. Thinking on parting with my 1/48's

    Well if it helps I've sold a 1/48 millia at the 1st week of April and fetched $400 plus for it and my auction started at .99 w/ no reserve. I think now with the waning months of the tax refund season, you may need to hold off till the holidays.
  5. What are Everybody's 3 favorite & 3 least favorite Macross toys?

    Faves 1. DX VF-31J •easy transformation •easily the best lookin valk in all modes. 2. 1/60 VF-11B Thunderbolt •easy transformation •the best of show from the original Yamato Macross Plus toy line. 3. DX VF-19 Advance •an easy fave for me over Arcadia's offering •fast pack boosters Crappicino 1. DX VF-117 •any of Bandai's offering were just difficult to transform. •prone to breakage 2. 1:60 Yamato VF-0A •belly draggers in fighter mode •grey plastics are ALWAYS prone to breakage 3. 1:60 Yamato YF-21 •most frustrating to transform (thankfully no breakage) •not a very appealing looking rendition of the infamous valk.
  6. MOSPEADA

    The photos they've provided so far had been positioned to only view the top side of the fighter. We have yet to see it's landing gears and I'm curious to see how that will look like. I'm hoping it's not gonna be a belly dragger and so far I'm not seeing any indication that this has any wheel wells. It might be a part swapper. Anyways, the cyclone that had been posted by a fellow member, who is the manufacturer that will hopefully release this bitchin lookin armor?
  7. YetiStand Alpha.

    I don't know if anyone brought this up, have you considered making the adapters that attaches to the valk in the same clear plastic?
  8. 1/6 VF-1 Valkyrie cockpit speaker

    Ok now do a yf-19 cockpit.
  9. wtf! toynami 1/2000 sdf-1 macross tv

    LED lights of course along with an encyclopedia style book cover to house an enormous amount of short comings.
  10. MOSPEADA

    It looks like a 1/35 scale. I hope they can make a beta to go along with it. It still looks like a belly dragger in fighter mode.
  11. Your most recent Macross or toy purchase! General thread.

    Oh he's just clownin around.
  12. DX Chogokin YF-29 (Alto) Durandal Valkyrie - Reissue

    Shotty Workmanship Stampos. One dude that handles all tampo printing on the left shoulder and his on saki ALL DAY!
  13. Fewture EX Gokin Garland!

    If yamato's garland is 1/15 th scale and it is an inch smaller to fewture's version, I guess the boys at fewture took liberties to fudge the height since their garland is suppose to be 1/24 scale. It doesn't bother me at all for making it bigger in fact it's pleasant surprise that it towers over Yamato's. Hopefully the premium price will be justified to having a superior product. I've owned several fewture gokins and they have an excellent record with me as far as build quality, but this is their 1st ever transforming gokin. I hope they've taken lessons to what works and what doesn't with Yamato's version.
  14. Give up on 1/60 for 1/100?

    Too early to say but there had been precedence when some had switch there collection from 1/48 to 1/60 but that's largely due to yamato's decision to back up the smaller scale and also the original v1 1/60 parts former VFs where dog shiiiit compared to the recent perfect transforming VF-1 made some collectors ditch there old Billy Wong VFs.
  15. Whats next for Arcadia?

    1\48 YF-19 would tower over bandai's 1\35 vf-1j
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