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Macross

 

Macross

 

By most standards, Macross is considered to be a mecha franchise second only to Gundam. Much like the original Gundam series, Super Dimension Fortress Macross was a war drama. But instead of powerful prototype robots, Macross set off a craze for transforming planes following its 1982 debut. The show's successful TV run was followed a year later by a theatrical retelling, Do You Remember Love? In 1985, Macross was brought over to the U.S. as the first third of Robotech, an edited compilation of three unrelated series, including Southern Cross and Mospeada. The franchise has seen sporadic sequels throughout the decades, mainly to celebrate anniversaries. . To mark the 30th anniversary in 2012, the compilation movie Macross FB7 was released, mixing old footage from Macross 7 with new footage from Macross Frontier. In early 2014, a new Macross TV series was teased, but so far no additional details are available.

 

Macross
Macross II
Macross Plus
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Macross 7
The Galaxy's Calling Me!
Macross 7 Encore
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Macross Dynamite 7
Macross Zero
Macross Frontier
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Macross FB7
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Macross FB7
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Series Release Information
Series Name Year Format US Release
Super Dimension Fortress Macross
1982
TV, 36 Yes
Macross: Do You Remember Love?
1984
Movie No
Macross: Flashback 2012
1987
Music Video No
Macross II: Lovers, Again
1992
OVA, 6 Yes
Macross Plus
1994
OVA, 4 Yes
Macross 7
1994
TV, 49 No
Macross 7: The Galaxy's Calling Me!
1995
Short Movie No
Macross 7 Encore
1995
TV, 3 No
Macross Plus: Movie Edition
1995
Movie Yes
Macross Dynamite 7
1997
OVA, 4 No
Macross Zero
2002
OVA, 5 No
Macross Frontier
2008
TV, 25 No
Macross Frontier (movies)
2009
Movie, 2 No
Macross FB7: Listen to My Song!
2012
Movie No
untitled new Macross series 201? TV, ?? In Production

 

Macross, characters, images, and related items are copyrights of Studio Nue, Big West, and Satelight ©1982 to . ©1984 to Harmony Gold U.S.A. ©2005 to 2009 ADV Films. Macross II and Macross Plus ©1995 to Manga Entertainment.

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