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Anyone down South want to take some photos?

Postby AndyThomas » Tue Aug 24, 2021 10:15 pm

If so, this gentleman has a collection of the toys from Singapore for someone to have a look at - get in touch via Instagram RobotsRetrosSpaces there are some older images at the bottom of the collection already, plus the Evolution Dai-X.
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Re: Anyone down South want to take some photos?

Postby Crash » Thu Aug 26, 2021 10:39 am

Hi Andy, how are you doing?
This is a good find, probably not a job for this guy; especially at the moment sadly.

I see he has a decent Star Fleet collection; dynamite Dai-X and the jumbo one with the rocket launchers on the legs for starters ...

I need to find time to do my scanning of the Japanese comics.
I am missing two issues of the TV-Kun one and they are not showing up.

But there is a Shonen Jump one in three instalments and the last one of those should be getting delivered tomorrow.

The Shonen jump one is actually very surprising, it puts a completely different spin on the show; like it takes place in an alternate universe with new characters and ships etc.
But it is interesting to look at.
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Re: Anyone down South want to take some photos?

Postby Crash » Tue Sep 14, 2021 8:23 am

By the way, Andy, how did you come across this chap in Instagram? I was wondering whether he'd messaged you, or perhaps you'd found him while browsing etc.


I'm badly de-railing this topic here, but it does still follow on from what I was saying before ...

I have the Shonen Jump X Bomber manga all scanned in and completed.
There's quite a few pages across the three instalments and it puts an interesting spin on the series.
It has quite a grown-up and wistful quality towards the end, but it could really do with translating into English so that we can see exactly what the characters discuss.
Interestingly, the Dai-X doesn't actually make an appearance anywhere: I have 4 out of 6 instalments of the TV-Kun manga.
This one is very bite-sized and action packed and very imaginative. The characters are a little closer to how they are in the show; maybe because the TV-Kun manga was done a bit later and the artist was able to study it.
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