Robotech by Brian WoodRobotech by Brian Wood


byBrian Wood

Paperback | February 13, 2018

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The world-famous, fan-favorite animated epic returns to comics with a classic transforming-jetfighters-versus-giant-aliens adventure!

Return to the fan-favorite Macross Saga that began the classic Robotech franchise, as hotshot Veritech pilot Roy Fokker and skilled rookie Rick Hunter are pulled into an intergalactic war when the Earth is invaded by the insidious Zentraedi!

Whether you've seen the classic cartoon to the point you can quote every episode, or whether you've never experienced Robotech before, this graphic novel collection is for you!
Brian Wood is an American writer, illustrator, and graphic designer, known primarily as a comic book creator. having worked for DC, Marvel, Image, Dark Horse and Titan Comics, amongst others.
Title:RobotechFormat:PaperbackDimensions:112 pages, 10.2 × 6.7 × 0.3 inPublished:February 13, 2018Publisher:TitanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1785859137

ISBN - 13:9781785859137

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Editorial Reviews

"A perfect introduction for a new generation!" - CBR"A fantastic read. 5 out of 5." - Critical Blast "Titan Comics has taken the classic anime and re-mastered it with a bold, new, cinematic vision, in comic book form." - Critical Blast“5 out of 5" - Nerdly"Welcome to one of the greatest series of all time. 5 out of 5." - Comic Crusaders"Just as cool, fresh, and spirited as the original...5 out of 5" - Comic Bastards “9 out of 10" - Snap Pow "A striking new take...4 out of 5" - Outright Geekery "Marco Turini’s art is without question totally mind blowing." - Outright Geekery "Brilliant nostalgia! If you are a fan of giant robot fights, this comic is definitely for you." - ComicsVerse "Everything fans could want!” - Fortress of Solitude"The stylistic tone of the art is closer to Western comics rather than Japanese anime or manga, adding a new and different visual dynamic to the faithfully retold story....  A "must-read" for fans of both anime and science fiction, highly recommended."   - Midwest Book Review