In the Robotech/Macross TV series, episode 25, “Virgin Road” (aka “Wedding Bells” in Robotech), Max and Miriya get married!
Their wedding craft is a VF-1D double-seater with Max’s blue color theme!
Max and Miriya flying down the aisle!
Now, for a re-enactment!
Yes, you guessed it! Yamato released a replica of Max and Miriya’s wedding plane!
The box is quite simple, and has no cover flap.
Front view of box for VF-1D Virgin Road
Back of the box
Max’s blue paint theme with white contrasts is quite eye-catching.
This VF-1D comes with mini Max and Miriya figures, dressed in their white wedding clothes.
Close-up of Max figure. Yamato even painted in the strand of hair that hangs between Max's eyes!
Miriya in her wedding gown
This VF-1D also comes with a gunpod, 3-pack missiles, and the 5-pack case missiles.
“Rick, where are you going??”
Yes!! This is the veritech fighter we see in the Robotech TV series, where Rick Hunter is still a civilian, and he rescues Minmay! It’s called the VF-1D.
The VF-1D has a very nice orange and tan color scheme.
“What’s it doing??”
Rick looks up at the sky in awe of the battle occurring above him:
Can the Yamato strike that pose?
Of course it can!!
Now for a bit of trivia: In Episode 1, “Booby Trap”, the ending shows the VF-1D crashing into a line of buildings, and one of them looks like this:
Studio Nue Building
Studio Nue is the design studio that produced Macross!!