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Lindem Herz

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  1. Add me into that game. I also download the raw and then watch the episode with subs again, but for Frontier 25, I'm leaving the forums on Wednesday and not coming back until I've seen it, with subs (if I don't come back, I love you all guys - except KlanForever, 'cause he cannot understand us <_< )

  2. The only thing in here that can throw a wrench in this is Harmony Gold and their trademark on the Macross name in the US. You can imagine what will happen once it comes to this. I would love to buy the R1 stuff if it happens, but I am really not expecting it.

    I'd be willing to wait one year for the last two episodes if that means Bandai Bodolzaing Harmony Gold's Macross Blockade once and for all, and coming full force with the Yack Deculture and OSTs. :ph34r:

    (...who the frak am I kidding? I can speak Spanish, so if push comes to shove, I can always download the WZF subs. No matter what happens, I win =3)

  3. thanks thanks! the work looks much better at close up!

    another Mikimoto here, featuring the girls from Macross up until Zero:

    (Sarah& Mao on top, Sharon Apple on bottom left, Minmay & Mylene up front, and Ishtar on the bottom right)

    hope we do see his renditions of the girls from Frontier.

    this artwork was the box art for the CMs line of Macross minifigurines.

    Jesus, Minmei is more beautiful than ever in that picture. :o

  4. Streets of Fire (which I actually own on HD DVD, which makes it a double lemon)

    I proudly admit that loved everything about Streets of Fire and I'm sorry that the Tom Cody trilogy never was completed. That film just dripped style. Besides, Diane Lane was bloody smokin' in that movie.

    Actual guilty pleasures:

    Howard the Duck

    Splash (Daryl Hannah was the only reason I saw that movie in the first place... but I ended up kinda liking it)

    the later Police Academy movies (Hightower and Tuckleberry RULE)


    And since we are still talking about 80s movies, I have to add I just saw Say Anything for the first time last night. If anybody writes that movie down as a guilty pleasure, I'll go and castrate him. It's the second most awesome romantic movie ever.

  5. welcometomacrossworldrv2.th.jpg

    I wonder how much more time is Graham going to take to put this on the main page.

    Polidread, your work is AMAZING, man! Any chance of seeing the old hand coluored Valkgirls remastered or anything? I'm still a fan of the Heartbreak Squadron VF-1, although she's a little bit to armoured for my taste :lol:

  6. Yes, actually the final episode (episode 51) of Beyblade G Revolution was an 1-hour episode in the Japanese version and thus the Japanese version of Beyblade has listed 51 episodes, the American version splitted this last episode, so the American version of Beyblade has 52 episodes listed.

    Si lo hicieron con Beyblade, por la Sarita que lo hagan con Frontier tambien, carajo! :ph34r:

    (that basically translates into "If they did it with Beyblade, let Holy Kawamori do it with Frontier too, dammit!")

  7. Subs, baby! I'm blessed with the ability of (usually) being able to read a proper subtitled release (sentences long enough to not having to look down every three seconds, but short enough to be able to read them in a second at most) and imagining the characters speaking in whatever language the sub is with their own voices, so I don't really need dubs. Besides, if I care enough for a movie or series to get it in its original language, I'm sitting down and watching it instead of just putting it on and going to do something else with it as background noise.

  8. Which guy and how he got blown away?

    Shoji Kawamori, death by Valkyrie engine blast.

    Now, for me the most GAR deaths on Macross were also the most violent and most memorable: Guld and Michel. All things considered, neither the decapitated guy in DYRL, the failed sniper in Frontier, nor Ivanov in Zero really suffered a long time. Guld and Michel... well, they were conscious enough time to really grasp what was going on and still kept on going (besides, there are few things more shiver inducing that watching an eyeball pop by sheer pressure).

  9. This might not be the best place to post this, but anyone noticed that the Don't Be Late music from the first released Trailler isn't the same as the one officially released????

    I tried to remix the music, but since i'm not an expert at doing this i want to ask you guys if it sounds ok.

    akt_m, as far as I'm concerned, your remix sounds bloody pimp. B)) What did you do to the original? I know it is and feel it different, but I can't put my finger (or ear) on it.

  10. My daughter has become a big Ranka Lee fan. She can't read the fansubs yet (she's only 5) but she watches the show with me anyway.

    She was inspired by Miriya's

    and convinced me to buy her a wig so she could do her own:


    Neko Nikki

    She in practicing her dancing now so look for Seikan Hikou soon!

    Dude, that's incredibly cute. :D

  11. Anyone remember the attention whore? Quadrono or something like that, who insisted that Yamato make a special version of a figure in her honor because she thought she was the best at some game or another?

    Quadrono 639 and Macross VO? A special figure by Yamato for her? Jeezus, I knew that she was a showoff, but that's Kakizaki level, dammit!

  12. btw, I'm surprised nobody has mentioned Rosario Love and the stolen money/no goods shipped custom 1/55 debacle.

    Now THAT's one I didn't remember at all. And, I mostly don't, now that I think about it. Care to elaborate?

    And while we're at it, I do remember having emailed Edo a couple of times. He was kind of cool when talking about stuff that had nothing to do with Macross (he was a fellow Final Fantasy VII and Digimon fan - don't ask, I was still back in school then). I don't remember what caused his ultimate demise from the forums, though.

  13. Second, he didn't just float out into space, he got speared through the chest a few times.

    Spoiltagged for graphic imagery about what happens to an unprotected wounded body in space (it is technical, but better safe than sorry).

    Punctured lung or stomach (either of them would make him cough blood like he did) + exposure to vacuum =

    Nasty spill of body fluids and/or guts plus exacerbation of wounds due to fluids escaping through the tears.

    Fast massive lose of blood due to the pressure differential between the circulatory system and the environment (usually wouldn't happen, nor your blood would boil, since arteries, veins, and skin make a good job at keeping the pressure in the system even in vacuum, but he had some open serious wounds).

    Exposure to vacuum and unshielded unknown radiation burning of now exposed internal organs after falling off cavities through wounds.


    You DON'T want to see Michael after he went out of that hole on the wall. Surviving vacuum with an intact body is entirely possible. Surviving vacuum with serious bleeding wounds and the torso open... ain't happening. Unless the VF-27's cockpit doubles as a fully complemented and overstaffed ER room that captured and repressured him the second after the wall closed and he was out of sight, it ain't happening.

    He is gone, people. :(

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