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Robotech Battloid Mode by Gerard Thomas Illustration

Robotech: VF-1J Battloid Mode

In the mid 80’s, if you liked robots, then Robotech’s Valkyrie was the hottest thing going…

“Not until June 2007 [ed. I just looked out the window in 2020, and I still can’t see one flying about!] was the final version of the VF-1, which could transform into battloid mode, released. It unofficially saw its first combat in early 2007, when test pilot Roy Fokker “borrowed” the first production-model aircraft – a VF-1S that would remain his mount for the rest of his life, and become Rick Hunter’s aircraft after his death – to thwart an Anti-Unification plot to destroy the three primary symbols of UEG power. Officially, the first combat of the VF-1 was, like Macross, February 7, 2009, during the Battle of Macross Island – the first battle of the First Robotech War. Much like its “Macross” counterpart, the VF-1 would remain in service for the remainder of the conflict.”

VF-1 Valkyrie, Wikipedia

Open edition archival giclée print

192gsm | 5.66oz paper.

Square Format:

12x12" | 30.5x30.5cm

16x16" | 40.5x40.5cm

18x18" | 45.5x45.5cm

Portrait Format:

16x20" | 40.5x50.8cm

20x16" | 50.8x40.5cm

This print is shipped rolled, in a heavyweight transport tube.

It's advised to either reverse roll, or press with heavy flat object overnight. The edge of the paper may have a visible border to ensure correct trimming by the printer. You can trim this border with a sharp blade, or leave it if your frame has a matboard.

$35.00$58.00

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