History Anime / MacrossII

7th Jul '16 11:19:02 PM Morgenthaler
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* TheObiWan: Dennis Lone, a veteran reporter, is briefly a mentor to Hibiki. [[spoiler:He even dies in the first episode helping him rescue a space princess!]]

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* TheObiWan: TheMentor: Dennis Lone, a veteran reporter, is briefly a mentor to Hibiki. [[spoiler:He even dies in the first episode helping him rescue a space princess!]]
8th Jun '16 5:12:05 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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''Macross II: Lovers Again'', a 1992 [[OriginalVideoAnimation OVA]], was the first animated sequel to ''Anime/SuperDimensionFortressMacross'' to feature an all-new storyline and cast of characters. It was also the only entry in the ''Anime/{{Macross}}'' franchise which didn't have any input from original creator Creator/ShojiKawamori or the original production studio, Creator/StudioNue. (It did contain work from Haruhiko Mikimoto, the original character designer, and was produced by Big West, which produced or co-produced everything else in the ''Macross'' franchise.) Either because it wasn't as well-received as expected, or because Kawamori and Studio Nue weren't involved (probably both), other entries in the ''Macross'' franchise have ignored the events of ''Macross II''; Studio Nue has declared it [[AlternateContinuity a "Parallel World"]].

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''Macross ''Super Dimensional Fortress Macross II: Lovers Again'', a 1992 [[OriginalVideoAnimation OVA]], was the first animated sequel to ''Anime/SuperDimensionFortressMacross'' to feature an all-new storyline and cast of characters. It was also the only entry in the ''Anime/{{Macross}}'' franchise which didn't have any input from original creator Creator/ShojiKawamori or the original production studio, Creator/StudioNue. (It did contain work from Haruhiko Mikimoto, the original character designer, and was produced by Big West, which produced or co-produced everything else in the ''Macross'' franchise.) Either because it wasn't as well-received as expected, or because Kawamori and Studio Nue weren't involved (probably both), other entries in the ''Macross'' franchise have ignored the events of ''Macross II''; Studio Nue has declared it [[AlternateContinuity a "Parallel World"]].
8th Jun '16 1:38:25 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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''Macross II: Lovers Again'', a 1992 [[OriginalVideoAnimation OVA]], was the first animated sequel to ''Anime/SuperDimensionFortressMacross'' to feature an all-new storyline and cast of characters. It was also the only entry in the ''Anime/{{Macross}}'' franchise which didn't have any input from original creator Shoji Kawamori or the original production studio, Studio Nue. (It did contain work from Haruhiko Mikimoto, the original character designer, and was produced by Big West, which produced or co-produced everything else in the Macross franchise.) Either because it wasn't as well-received as expected, or because Kawamori and Studio Nue weren't involved (probably both), other entries in the Macross franchise have ignored the events of ''Macross II''. Studio Nue has declared it [[AlternateContinuity a "Parallel World"]].

The story takes place in 2092, eighty years after the end of the original Macross series. Humans and Zentradi have made peace and rebuilt Earth's society. Earth's prosperity is interrupted only by the occasional rogue Zentradi fleet, which is easily defeated through a combination of [[TransformingMecha Valkryie-type transformable fighter jets]] and [[ThePowerOfRock idol singer music]]. When the solar system is invaded by the fleet of a new alien civilization, the Marduk, Earth's usual strategies are ineffective, since the Mardook have singers of their own -- Emulators, whose songs are used to control the Mardook's enslaved Zentradi warriors.

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''Macross II: Lovers Again'', a 1992 [[OriginalVideoAnimation OVA]], was the first animated sequel to ''Anime/SuperDimensionFortressMacross'' to feature an all-new storyline and cast of characters. It was also the only entry in the ''Anime/{{Macross}}'' franchise which didn't have any input from original creator Shoji Kawamori Creator/ShojiKawamori or the original production studio, Studio Nue. Creator/StudioNue. (It did contain work from Haruhiko Mikimoto, the original character designer, and was produced by Big West, which produced or co-produced everything else in the Macross ''Macross'' franchise.) Either because it wasn't as well-received as expected, or because Kawamori and Studio Nue weren't involved (probably both), other entries in the Macross ''Macross'' franchise have ignored the events of ''Macross II''. II''; Studio Nue has declared it [[AlternateContinuity a "Parallel World"]].

The story takes place in 2092, eighty years after the end of the original Macross series.''SDF Macross''. Humans and Zentradi have made peace and rebuilt Earth's society. Earth's prosperity is interrupted only by the occasional rogue Zentradi fleet, which is easily defeated through a combination of [[TransformingMecha Valkryie-type transformable fighter jets]] and [[ThePowerOfRock idol singer music]]. When the solar system is invaded by the fleet of a new alien civilization, the Marduk, Earth's usual strategies are ineffective, since the Mardook have singers of their own -- Emulators, whose songs are used to control the Mardook's enslaved Zentradi warriors.
8th Jun '16 1:36:17 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* AlternateContinuity: Studio Nue has placed ''Macross II'' in a "parallel world." All other Macross storylines, starting with ''Anime/MacrossPlus'', have ignored ''Macross II'' -- except ''Anime/{{Macross 7}}'', which reused some of the songs (in a DisContinuityNod).

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* AlternateContinuity: Studio Nue has placed ''Macross II'' in a "parallel world." All other Macross storylines, starting with ''Anime/MacrossPlus'', have ignored ''Macross II'' -- except ''Anime/{{Macross 7}}'', which reused some of the songs (in a DisContinuityNod).DiscontinuityNod).
3rd May '16 5:16:39 PM luisedgarf
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* NoExportForYou: Notably averted. For reasons better explained on the Anime/{{Robotech}} page, the ''Macross'' IP has some of the most {{egregious}} legal snarls anywhere in anime. ''Macross II'' made it across the pond because Harmony Gold was in the middle of a corporate restructuring, and the Japanese combatants agreed to bury the hatchet and get ''Anime/MacrossPlus'' and this show into America while the getting was good.
23rd Mar '16 8:40:38 AM arisboch
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* {{Zeerust}}: It's 2092, and Sylvie still uses what seem to be 5 1/4" floppy discs to start up [[spoiler:the SDF-1 Macross -- which would be anachronistic even for the last time it flew in 2012.]]

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* {{Zeerust}}: It's 2092, and Sylvie still uses what seem to be [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Floppy_disk#5.C2.BC-inch_floppy_disk 5 1/4" floppy discs discs]] to start up [[spoiler:the SDF-1 Macross -- which would be anachronistic even for the last time it flew in 2012.]]
9th Jul '15 5:40:28 PM nombretomado
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* AlternateContinuity: Studio Nue has placed ''Macross II'' in a "parallel world." All other Macross storylines, starting with ''MacrossPlus'', have ignored ''Macross II'' -- except ''{{Macross 7}}'', which reused some of the songs (in a DisContinuityNod).

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* AlternateContinuity: Studio Nue has placed ''Macross II'' in a "parallel world." All other Macross storylines, starting with ''MacrossPlus'', ''Anime/MacrossPlus'', have ignored ''Macross II'' -- except ''{{Macross ''Anime/{{Macross 7}}'', which reused some of the songs (in a DisContinuityNod).
25th Jun '15 8:55:54 PM Willbyr
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25th Jun '15 8:54:08 PM Willbyr
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7th Mar '15 2:38:56 PM DarkHunter
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''Macross II: Lovers Again'', a 1992 [[OriginalVideoAnimation OVA]], was the first animated sequel to ''Anime/SuperDimensionFortressMacross'' to feature an all-new storyline and cast of characters. It was also the only entry in the ''Franchise/{{Macross}}'' franchise which didn't have any input from original creator Shoji Kawamori or the original production studio, Studio Nue. (It did contain work from Haruhiko Mikimoto, the original character designer, and was produced by Big West, which produced or co-produced everything else in the Macross franchise.) Either because it wasn't as well-received as expected, or because Kawamori and Studio Nue weren't involved (probably both), other entries in the Macross franchise have ignored the events of ''Macross II''. Studio Nue has declared it [[AlternateContinuity a "Parallel World"]].

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''Macross II: Lovers Again'', a 1992 [[OriginalVideoAnimation OVA]], was the first animated sequel to ''Anime/SuperDimensionFortressMacross'' to feature an all-new storyline and cast of characters. It was also the only entry in the ''Franchise/{{Macross}}'' ''Anime/{{Macross}}'' franchise which didn't have any input from original creator Shoji Kawamori or the original production studio, Studio Nue. (It did contain work from Haruhiko Mikimoto, the original character designer, and was produced by Big West, which produced or co-produced everything else in the Macross franchise.) Either because it wasn't as well-received as expected, or because Kawamori and Studio Nue weren't involved (probably both), other entries in the Macross franchise have ignored the events of ''Macross II''. Studio Nue has declared it [[AlternateContinuity a "Parallel World"]].
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