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Bariaburu Faita

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  1. The DYRL version is much harder to get, it was a event limited dojin item from Comic Market 91 produced by Yasu0. Only 15 were made, 5 of which are now owned by various MW members. He makes caps for nearly every Comic Market, twice a year. But he usually has a different ship for each Comic Market. Yahoo Japan Auctions is your main option now, if you want the DYRL SDF-1. As the cap owners I know at the moment would require you to pay "The Iron Price"
  2. depends, which version are you looking for?
  3. You are right, its is higher than normal thrust for a VF-1 by over a factor of 10. So most likely a editing or printer error with an extra zero like you say.
  4. from Comic Market 91 by Yasu0
  5. Your observation is absolutely true, because Producer Kawamori designed the original VF-1 to be 25% smaller than it should be. And likely the mass reduced in proportion. Designer Tenjin mentioned this was a major difficulty in making the 1/1 scale VF-1 cockpit, as it was originally designed someone like Roy Fokker could not physically fit inside. The VF-0 was designed to be actually the size and mass that would be realistically possible, and there is a noticeable difference compared to the VF-1.
  6. Yes, its called Gunnm Mars Chronicle, and she is on the final leg of her story. We get to see her as a young child growing up on Mars.
  7. there is no need to be angry, the Master File series is basically a high print run fanbook, a "doujinshi" its just some people putting their unofficial made up stats in a book. It does not affect true cannon.
  8. Both the Master File and Chronicle are non-cannon. All Producer Kawamori has to do is declare that there is a separate parallel world where the VF-4 can transform. And BigWest can issue licenses to anyone who wants to make a toy of that one.
  9. If they are more seal than cat, he could be much larger than a female of the same age.
  10. In Japan, where Macross is made, same sex couples are not a political issue. Neither do they include LGBT content in Anime to be progressive. Its normal and accepted by mainstream entertainment.
  11. Same sex couples are very common on prime time TV here in Japan. Even post op transsexuals show up with very little fuss. You even have LBGT hosts on childrens shows here. It is a very different climate compared to the US.
  12. No problem, it was easy, first page on google image search.
  13. Valkyrie (and Regult) Girls started appearing in doujinshi in 1983. Sorry NSFW cant post pics here.
  14. Even more significant is the specific one he wanted to get rid of was love. The sponsors don't want it to get too grim and gritty
  15. Sorry, not official. That brand of self culture aid has an extensive line of nearly every anime covered. But they have slight differences in character design and name to make them not quite copyright infringing.
  16. Here it is: http://www.macrossworld.com/macross-speakerpodcast-ep-11-the-hyogo-hammer-part-2/
  17. The talkshow was on 27 july, 2013 at the Tezuka Museum in Takarazuka. It was a first come first served event for 50 people. http://www.macrossworld.com/mwf/index.php?showtopic=39176&p=1064989 I will have to dig up the podcast where we discussed it.
  18. If you are number 5, out of 5, its time to throw in the towel. If you are number 5, out of 61. Then its time to celebrate, and sign up more sponsors.
  19. What Producer Kawamori said, at the first Macross Museum at Takarazuka. Was that everything was a "parallel world" To answer the question that I posed about how someone from 2060 could know about events from 2092. This does not seem to refute that the series and movies are separate universes, infact it implies each and every tv show, movie, event, manga, take place in separate parallel universes. It is a very vauge statement though. and open to interpetation. I agree that it would imply that all Macross titles are equally valid, or "cannon" as we westerners would say. This unfortunately makes it extremely difficult to piece together what the overall vision of what Macross is supposed to be. Even worse for us trying to figure out which numerical specifications are most accurate. I will do my best to get a clear clarification from him the next time I see him. What do you think the best single question to ask him would be, to clarify that multitude of questions we have?
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