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16 hours ago, Roy Focker said:

These toys are like Macross the First.  Both have taken a break.  Came back under a new label and restarted production reintroducing the things that have already been release.  Then both went on an indefinite leave.

Yup. HMR is dead and Bandai has no plans to resurrected it anymore... 

Anyone still need? 

HMR Regult for 11.5k yen (packaged resealed and damaged, copyright seal missing)

https://order.mandarake.co.jp/order/detailPage/item?itemCode=1152266933&ref=list&keyword=マクロス&lang=en

 

 

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  • 2 weeks later...

I haven't kept up. Is Macross Hi-Metal R officially dead? I hope not.

Where's my Max and Kakizaki TV VF-1A's? TV Roy VF-1S? Queadluun Rau? Wasn't the Tomahawk ready to go?

I'm only buying one DX because of cost/space issues, but I was all in with Hi-Metal R.

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4 hours ago, borgified said:

Not to be snarky @Drad, do you read previous posts? I think that we're all guilty of that as we read only the updated news and not the old ones.

I read a ways back. Saw Taps being played for Hi-Metal R, supposedly. Still didn't see anything that officially said Macross Hi-Metal R was done. If it is, bummer.

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15 hours ago, Drad said:

I read a ways back. Saw Taps being played for Hi-Metal R, supposedly. Still didn't see anything that officially said Macross Hi-Metal R was done. If it is, bummer.

Has there ever been an official announcement that a line was dead? Just wondering?

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5 hours ago, sqidd said:

Has there ever been an official announcement that a line was dead? Just wondering?

I don’t remember seeing any ‘official’ announcements made by Bandai when a toy line gets cancelled. They just stop and move to the next thing. :unsure:

 

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It's a surely bet that when they [R]estart this line again, we're going to see another round of [R]efined VF-1's all over again to somehow [R]eintroduce the new line to the customers. Announce and show some prototypes of some obscure mechas that wasn't produced from the last line in events and whatnot, and during midway of the new line they will just set it aside the whole thing again. :wacko:

But hey, atleast new collectors get to buy some new batches of [R]efined VF-1's at MSRP. Win-win again for Bandai, right? :rolleyes:

 

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