Sunday, 18 March 2012

Toynami Masterpiece Vol 2 VF-1A Ben Dixon

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Moving on to the second volume of Robotech ‘The Masterpiece Collection’, the Macross saga. Here comes Ben Dixon’s veritech fighter! The cannon fodder that managed to survive a long way before he was killed by friendly fire. Most cannon fodder VF-1A on board SDF-1 are brown however Ben’s veritech differential itself with a balance of white and brown. Well, after all he was a member of the skull squadron and probably had the privilege to have his customed colour. Toynami has made the toy look good in the package and on the shelf with this accurate fully functional and transformable toy since technology has advance since Matchbox’s day. In a way provide fans of Robotech/Macross especially the western continents more options of transformable veritech/valkyrie.

12 comments:

TOY ADDICT ZONE said...

Such a cool collection...

Dennis aka Katsuden said...

Thx bro! But I'm slowing reducing this collection. Only intend to keep a few that I dear most.

LEon said...

i think the plane mode look plain...there should be more decal right?

Dennis aka Katsuden said...

Oh yes, it does come with stickers. Just that I didn't paste them. In plane mode, it look the same as Max's VF-1A from the top view.

chrismandesign said...

this mecha looks weird as batroid, with its squared design and almost unnoticeable head, but the things change a lot in gerwalk and fighter modes... the color scheme provides a nice feeling also... what a pity that its pilot died by friend fire but i guess it gives more realism to the story... oh! and the illustration on the spine of the book-like box is very interesting, it has the resemblance of the character and the style of the old anime but with a modern finish and color management, the final result is fresh... =)

Dennis aka Katsuden said...

Even though Toynami had made improvement to the 1/55 Valkyrie toy, they ain't as inspired as Yamato in terms of curves sculpt. The packaging I would say is one up compared to Yamato. The instruction manual and booklet by Toynami is also more informative.

Andy said...

rest in peace, kakizaki...

Dennis aka Katsuden said...

Salute! Ben Dixon aka Kakizaki in Super Dimension Macross!

bluedrakon said...

I really wanted to get into this series as I like the bookcase box design.

It looks so plain without the extra stickers, but I can understand why you didn't :D

deSMOnd said...

Classic feel!!

David John Shewsbury said...

amazing, u always have all these special stuff... i envy u man...

Dennis aka Katsuden said...

>> bluedrakon
I just sold away my VF-1J lately and had put this on list @ eBay. It should be easier to get this in your country cos the product was supposedly manned for the U.S market.

>> deSMOnd
You can be damn sure about it bro!

>> David John Shewsbury
I was a lot more impressive back then in buying toy. Err...Maybe still is... but I believed I had toned down.. I guess so... Lolz..

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