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Robotech: The Macross Saga

Robotech is an 85-episode animated science-fiction television series about three successive extraterrestrial invasions of Earth. Within the context of the show, "Robotech" refers to robotechnology, the advances in science and technology that came about from studying an alien starship that crashed on a South Pacific island. Robotechnology made possible the creation of giant robotic mecha, or fighting machines, many of which were capable of transforming into vehicles (especially fighter planes) for greater battlefield mobility.

Robotech was one of the first anime televised in the United States that largely managed to preserve the complexity and drama of its original Japanese source material. Produced by Harmony Gold USA, Inc. in association with Tatsunoko Prod. Co., Ltd., Robotech is a story adapted with edited content and revised dialogue from the animation of three different mecha anime series: The Super Dimension Fortress Macross, Super Dimension Cavalry Southern Cross, and Genesis Climber Mospeada. Harmony Gold's cited reasoning for combining these unrelated series was its decision to market Macross for American weekday syndication television, which required a minimum of 65 episodes at the time (thirteen weeks at five episodes per week). Macross and the two other series each had fewer episodes than required since they originally aired in Japan as weekly series. (Wikipedia)

The first series, The Macross Saga was adapted from the Japanese series Super Dimension Fortress Macross.

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Zentraedi Power Armor Botoru Battalion Zentraedi Power Armor Botoru Battalion Robotech, Robotech Defense Force 1985 10.14.14
Chrome Super Deformed  (Previews Exclusive) Morpher 2001 01.31.12
Attack Tomahawk 1982 07.12.13
Missile Phalanx "Deuce of Spades" 1982 01.09.13
Khyron Robotech, Robotech Defense Force 1986 04.05.13
Micronized Zentraedi Warrior Robotech, Robotech Defense Force 1986 04.05.13
Miriya Black Flight Suit Robotech, Robotech Defense Force 1986 04.05.13
Lisa Hayes Robotech, Robotech Defense Force 1986 04.05.13
Excaliber MK VI Battloid Robotech, Robotech Collectors Series 1985 02.15.11
Spartan Metaize Custom 1983 04.05.13
Breetai Robotech, Robotech Defense Force 1986 02.16.11
Hasegawa Valkyrie VF-1A/S/J Model Kit 1/72 Macross 2001 04.05.13
Destroid Defender Macross, Robotech, Robotech Collectors Series 1985 03.29.11
Rick Hunter / Hikaru Ichijo Robotech, Robotech Defense Force 1986 02.15.11
Battlepod Robot Vinyl Collection, Robotech 2010 03.30.11
Phalanx / Spartan Macross, Robotech, Robotech Collectors Series 1986 03.30.11
GBP-1S Armor Macross 1982 10.10.10
Tactical Pod Regult Macross 1982 05.27.11
VF-1S Stealth Macross 2009 04.05.13
Destroid Defender Macross, Robotech 1982 01.27.14
VF-1J Macross Valkyrie Macross 1982 03.29.11
VF-1D Valkyrie / Orbot Robotech 1983 06.02.11
VF-1D Metalize Cutom 1/100 Macross 1983 04.05.13
VF-1A Valkyrie Fighter Macross 1983 04.05.13
Super Deformed Veritech VF-1A Robotech 2002 06.06.11
SDF-1 Battle Fortress Robotech, Robotech Collectors Series 1985 02.16.11
Veritech Fighter Super Poseable 2004 04.05.13
Raidar X Battloid
Raidar X Battloid Exo Squad Robotech Series 1995 04.02.11

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