garrick lee (
Thu, 23 Sep 1999 07:31:08 -0700 (PDT)


i have to put in with matt. i'm not eager to see
another series, no matter how big a fan i am of
robotech. if it turns out to be like beastwars, i'm
gonna throw a tantrum.

besides, if i recall, the entire robotech saga was
wrapped up completely in the books. or did they
somehow manage to weasel out another saga from "end of
the circle"? i think they're just riding in on the
name of "robotech" (good or bad).

if it's got new mechs and new casts...what's it got to
do with robotech? or are they going to cram another
three shows together? if they are, i'll bet maybe
macross plus, 2, or 7 will figure greatly in it.

'course, if this somehow gets the classic valkyries
back into production, i'll be happy. :P

and that robotech perfect collection. anyone know
where i can get one? if it's still in print? (i'm
specifically enchanted by a particular background's always the piece that's played when
they're all charging out to battle. haven't found a
midi or wav file of it :( it's not the cheery rick
hunter theme. it's kind of
know what i'm talking about?)


> I agree. I'm a fan of robotech (I was crushed when
> they cancelled Crystal
> Dreams, and I've ordered Mospeada and Macross kits
> just to replace the
> robotech toys that I once had), but from what I've
> seen of these new shows,
> it's become a much more shameless type of animation.
> What I mean is that most of these new "kids shows" -
> and I've sat down and
> watched a number of them - pale in comparison to the
> originals (especially
> when watched back to back), and are pathetic
> attempts at marketing new toy
> lines. Call me a strange Robotech fan, but I don't
> want another series. I've
> read all the books. Another series just wouldn't be
> robotech, no matter how
> hard they tried.
> As for Gundam, well, I've heard that Gundam Wing
> might be showing up on the
> Cartoon Network, and there are rumors abuzz that the
> original series and
> Zeta gundam series are being considered for US
> airwaves. I don't think
> they'd go so far as to create a new show,
> americanized or not.
> Matt "defender of rubber chickens everywhere" Hanyok
> "I've yet to understand this concept of 'stupid
> people' which seem to exist
> everywhere in society, who already outnumber the
> smart people, who control
> most major portions of the world, are in positions
> of extreme power and are
> breeding at an alarming rate. Honestly, it frightens
> the willies out of me."
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