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Bariaburu Faita

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  1. 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.
  2. Here it is: http://www.macrossworld.com/macross-speakerpodcast-ep-11-the-hyogo-hammer-part-2/
  3. 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.
  4. 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.
  5. 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?
  6. Producer Kawamori was specific that it was the VF-1, and other mecha from that era, like SBB Yamato that had larger interior volume than would be physically possible. Later VF should be closer to what external dimensions would indicate. but as always animator errors and the needs of the plot could change that.
  7. So far it seems like that is all material published after the second movie. I`m curious if the VF-29 was always part of Producer Kawamori`s master plan for the TV series, but didn`t have the budget to show it. Simmilar to the multiple Quarters showing up in the Movie but not TV series.
  8. Yes, the doujinshi possibilities are even better than Frontier. The next Comiket should be epic.
  9. Oops, I stand corrected. So the YF-29 exists in the TV series except just as plans? That appears to have been torpedoed via Macross R, Macross 30, and Master File. The YF-29 is supposedly part of the reason for the VF-27's final design (specs were leaked to General Galaxy by LAI), the NUNS in 2060 had some YF-29's, and Master File also mentions the YF-29 in connection with the VF-25's development. The rough sketch of the YF-29 in Kawamori's biography is actually VF-25 line art with the wings and body erased and roughed in with the -29 configuration in pencil... so there may be something to that, though the design's origins seem to go back to the early 2000s and the SW-XA stuff done for VF-Experiment. (The Master File YF-29 is in the same colors as the SW-XAII Schneegans.)
  10. maybe this could be modified to a umineko: http://www.amazon.co.jp/dp/B00CPTRC7S/ref=pd_lpo_sbs_dp_ss_1?pf_rd_p=187205609&pf_rd_s=lpo-top-stripe&pf_rd_t=201&pf_rd_i=B00UYSI4UG&pf_rd_m=AN1VRQENFRJN5&pf_rd_r=063TSA1PX298CYTAMGG1
  11. One possible reason for the apparent discrepancy is that the YF-29 is a parallel world design that does not exist in all Macross timelines. Where the VF-17 has been known to exist in all of the timelines revealed so far. In the in universe explanation could be that it is an unusual design that has low probability off coming into existence except in a few specific situations. Speculation on my part: Like the tornado pack VF-25 for the first movie, a new toy was needed to promote and profit off of the second movie. Despite the plans of Valkyrie tech progression extablished by Producer Kawamori, the needs of the Sponsor Bandai overcame that. /tinfoil
  12. Producer Kawamori reportedly has a massive design portfolio filled with every unpublished valkyrie variant. Some of these were shown on rotation at the henkei event at the Tezuka Museum.
  13. and having storage crates from earlier points in history is very appropriate for a museum exhibit.
  14. I believe they are called 折りたたみコンテナ but don't see any on Yahoo auctions at this time.
  15. The setting for this museum is that it is a fictional parallel universe where the events of Macross DYRL was real, experienced by 3D people. And this museum set in 2060 has uncovered artifacts from that era and is displaying them.
  16. From you-know-who Shoji Kawamori has just confirmed that Mirage is the daughter of Miranda Jenius, Max's 6th daughter, who was born in 2026.
  17. I will have to trust your analysis on this one. But next time I get the chance I will ask Producer Kawamori if it was an actual M2 reference in MD. As long as he doesn't recognize me and run away screaming
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