But at Amazon, 6 of 8 reviews were positive ! And if you look at "customers who bought this book, wereMadoc said:....
Alas, Witkowski's here is not such a book.
Madoc said:I know from the outset, for example, that the three spheres underneath the "real" Haunebu flying saucers weren't gun turrets as the Squadron kit depicts them were part of the Vril generator propulsion system.
That meaning could point to a still unknown feeling for irony amongst those in charge for allocating such "secret project names. ;DMadoc said:... pointed out that the very name "Haunebu" is just an altered form of the German word "Hanebüchen," which means, roughly translated; "roll-eying nonsense," "absurd," "grotesque."
In that case, there are some perfectly cromulent detailed and verifiable sources upon which to base your X-wing models: the actual filming miniatures and full-scale mockups that were built. But the Haunebu? It seems that this is the source:Madoc said:As I now have the kit however, I'm interested in making the thing as "accurately" as possible. This, just like I'd want to make an Incom T-65 X-Wing fighter as accurately as possible as well.
Why doesn't "Iron Sky" qualifies as a trustworthy source in the same way, as "Star Wars" or Star Trek" ?Orionblamblam said:... But the Haunebu? ...
Iron Sky qualifies as a canonical source for *Iron* *Sky* designs in exactly the same way that Star Trek qualifies as the canonical source for *Star* *Trek* designs.Jemiba said: