Sunday, 24 June 2012

Toynami Masterpiece VF-1J Max & Miria TV Version


























I usually make it a point to take pics of my toys before I sell or give them away. At least, as a record of my collection in the past. Even though this pair of love birds were no longer in my arms. I'm glad they found a new place to settle down in the care of another serious collector. Here's a collective shots of my previously owned Robotech Toynami Masterpiece Max and Millia in memories. Can call these pics, Katsuden director's cuts... Recapturing the epics moments of the blue and red in the world of Macross and Robotech...

14 comments:

David John Shewsbury said...

Quite impressive, this is indeed a "masterpiece" - I love the fact that it has pilot figure on the cockpit

Dennis aka Katsuden said...

Then you will equally or more impressed with Yamato's Valkyries that's seek continous improvement.

LEon said...

Did you do some paneling on these plane add on? It seems you did. I hope they sold to a owner who will treasure them.

Dennis aka Katsuden said...

Nope... The pics were taken in their most original form without editing. The buyer seems like a decent guy who shown knowledge on the toy when we interacted. I have a good feeling that he is a responsible collector.

bluedrakon said...

I really like the fact the cockpit opens up and the figures are correctly colored (and not generic).

So kawaii that they are holding hands

chrismandesign said...

great couple there !!! i wish to remember them in the original TV series, but it was released a long ago in a TV channel of Venezuela (a Sud-American country in the border with mine) if i’m not wrong and my memories about it are not so clear... a post with a taste of nostalgia but if they went with a careful owner then is pretty fine =)

Dennis aka Katsuden said...

I kind of like the details on the overall toy and good effort to the cockpit like most had mentioned. You read my thoughts well bro, I purposely take that holding hands shot to add some romance.

Dennis aka Katsuden said...

I would seriously think Robotech is classic among classic mecha anime or cartoon. You know, I only know Venezuela through Miss Universe and the impression it gave me was that the place has plenty of beautiful people.

deSMOnd said...

They look the same only colour differentiation :)

Kelvin Lok said...

Nice pair of Valks! I would love to get these two (either Toynami or Yamato versions) but no more space in my display. Too bad you had to give up yours, but glad they went to another good owner.

Dennis aka Katsuden said...

I think that the design to Macross is seriously limited compared to Gundam. Macross is more of colour variants.

Dennis aka Katsuden said...

Think we have the same issue with space. Another reason is really to rearrange my display cabinet. So give up old toys which I could forgo for newer attractive toys. Like a recycling process. Lolz

RiP666 said...

really loves when there are pilot on the cockpit, and Katsuden director's cuts is just really cool :D

I think someday you want to sale your msia psycho or the others gundam figures to make more space :p

Dennis aka Katsuden said...

Thanx for the compliment bro! Perhaps the MSIA Psycho Gundam will make way for the model kit and SD ones that you have recent bought.

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