Anyone hear any new news on the Dragon 35th AT-AT?

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3:07 PM - Jun 05, 2018 #1

Googling just gets yr/yrs old sci-fi chatroom comments and such. Hasn't appeared at any of the big hobby industry shows? Think it's been a good two yrs plus since I first hear about the kit. 
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7:46 PM - Jun 05, 2018 #2

I would think that this is vaporware since Dragon does not have a Star Wars license. Bandai, Revell A.G. and DeAgostini does.

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8:34 PM - Jun 05, 2018 #3

Did you ever check the date on the first announcement?

 
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6:01 AM - Jun 06, 2018 #4

Jens_O_Mehner wrote: Did you ever check the date on the first announcement?

 
So you're saying in your passive aggressive, round about way that it was April first? Ha.......ha ......ha. So some loser trickster/troll, or Dragon themselves?
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6:07 AM - Jun 06, 2018 #5

takenname1 wrote: I would think that this is vaporware since Dragon does not have a Star Wars license. Bandai, Revell A.G. and DeAgostini does.

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, good point. LF/ILM/Disney ain't in the habit of giving rights away, OR not n
Yeah, that's a point. Not like LF/ILM/Disney gives away SW rights, OR doesn't notice and proceed to send in their $1000/hr sharks. Tho Dragon is red china, and 'laws' (copyrights or not) ARE hit/miss/who me, there.
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6:12 PM - Jun 06, 2018 #6

bookmark460 wrote: Tho Dragon is red china, and 'laws' (copyrights or not) ARE hit/miss/who me, there.
Yes, but products with copyright infringement get seized by customs once in their non-Chinese destination country -  an experience countless Chinese companies have when attending trade fairs in Germany.
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