History Anime / SuperDimensionFortressMacross

6th May '18 2:15:56 PM nombretomado
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** The toy of the VF-1 Valkyrie was re-purposed as [[TransformersGenerationOne Jet/Skyfire]].

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** The toy of the VF-1 Valkyrie was re-purposed as [[TransformersGenerationOne [[Franchise/TransformersGeneration1 Jet/Skyfire]].
4th Apr '18 4:04:52 AM Argon2
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* KissingCousins: Kaifun and Minmay. Though she seems less okay with it.

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* KissingCousins: Kaifun and Minmay. Though Minmay, though she seems less okay with it.
11th Feb '18 11:43:26 PM TheBigBopper
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[[caption-width-right:350:Bottom to top: [[TheHero Hikaru]], [[SugarAndIcePersonality Misa]], [[IdolSinger Minmay]], and the [[TransformingMecha VF-1S "Strike" Valkyrie]].]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:Bottom to top: [[TheHero [[AcePilot Hikaru]], [[SugarAndIcePersonality Misa]], [[IdolSinger Minmay]], and the [[TransformingMecha VF-1S "Strike" Valkyrie]].]]
11th Feb '18 11:42:45 PM TheBigBopper
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[[caption-width-right:350:Bottom to top: [[TheHero Hikaru]], Misa, [[IdolSinger Minmay]], and the [[TransformingMecha VF-1S "Strike" Valkyrie]].]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:Bottom to top: [[TheHero Hikaru]], Misa, [[SugarAndIcePersonality Misa]], [[IdolSinger Minmay]], and the [[TransformingMecha VF-1S "Strike" Valkyrie]].]]
25th Dec '17 6:21:53 AM Mythsearcher
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*** The transformation of Macross is inspired by a reader question in a magazine asking Gundam's director Tomino whether Whitebase can transform into a giant robot or not.(in which he answered "You watched too much anime, you should watch more Gundam".)
15th Dec '17 1:28:28 AM Arcorann
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* ApocalypseHow: [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/ApocalypseHow/Class1 Class1]] For the same reason mentioned above, Earth is devastated, [[spoiler:and humankind faced the edge of extinction. They managed to recover though, through effort using the alien technology.]]

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* ApocalypseHow: [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/ApocalypseHow/Class1 Class1]] Class 1. For the same reason mentioned above, Earth is devastated, [[spoiler:and humankind faced the edge of extinction. They managed to recover though, through effort using the alien technology.]]



* {{Deconstruction}}: The show was originally intended as a parody of Space Battleship Yamato & ''Anime/MobileSuitGundam'', a plan which was abandoned early in production. Still, the show was radically different from the typical militaristic children's anime of the time and showed a conflict that is largely settled with ''[[ThePowerOfLove culture]]'': proving to the enemy that you're NotSoDifferent and that both sides deserve to live is what really leads to proper conflict resolution as opposed to the total annihilation of the enemy that was so prevalent in the show's day. The message resonated deeply with the Japanese public and the industry and the show's effects are felt to this very day.
** For that matter, the show deconstructs ''itself'' in its final arc, showing that despite one's best intentions you still can't solve all problems between two warring peoples just by saying they're NotSoDifferent.

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* {{Deconstruction}}: The show was originally intended as a parody of Space Battleship Yamato & ''Anime/MobileSuitGundam'', a plan which was abandoned early in production. Still, the show was radically different from the typical militaristic children's anime of the time and showed a conflict that is largely settled with ''[[ThePowerOfLove culture]]'': proving to the enemy that you're NotSoDifferent and that both sides deserve to live is what really leads to proper conflict resolution as opposed to the total annihilation of the enemy that was so prevalent in the show's day. The message resonated deeply with the Japanese public and the industry and the show's effects are felt to this very day.
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day. For that matter, the show deconstructs ''itself'' in its final arc, showing that despite one's best intentions you still can't solve all problems between two warring peoples just by saying they're NotSoDifferent.
20th Oct '17 4:53:51 AM C2
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In North America, it was prevented from being released properly for a very long time because the series was dubbed in the 80s by Harmony Gold as the [[CutAndPasteTranslation first season of]] ''{{Anime/Robotech}}''. For some time, Harmony Gold continued to block efforts to bring anything ''Macross''-related to North America and was happy to file lawsuits against anything that even looked like it such as ''TabletopGame/BattleTech'', directly contradicting decisions made in Japanese legal courts. However Creator/StreamlinePictures and Creator/AnimEigo were able to release subtitled editions of the series to VHS and DVD in North America, as well as Madman in Australia, and Creator/ADVFilms produced an uncut English dub in the early 2000s. These releases are now out-of-print though. In 2014, Harmony Gold themselves (alongside partners A&E and Lionsgate) released Vol. 1 of a new DVD series featuring unedited Macross episodes (in Japanese and English) alongside the ''Robotech'' versions. However, this was a manufacture-on-demand release and Vol. 2 has yet to be solicited. In 2016, the series, in subbed form, was released on Amazon Video.

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In North America, it was prevented from being released properly for a very long time because the series was dubbed in the 80s by Harmony Gold as the [[CutAndPasteTranslation first season of]] ''{{Anime/Robotech}}''. For some time, Harmony Gold continued to block efforts to bring anything ''Macross''-related to North America and was happy to file lawsuits against anything that even looked like it such as ''TabletopGame/BattleTech'', directly contradicting decisions made in Japanese legal courts. However Creator/StreamlinePictures and Creator/AnimEigo were able to release subtitled editions of the series to VHS and DVD in North America, as well as Madman in Australia, and Creator/ADVFilms produced an uncut English dub in the early 2000s. These releases are now out-of-print though. In 2014, Harmony Gold themselves (alongside partners A&E and Lionsgate) released Vol. 1 of a new DVD series featuring unedited Macross episodes (in Japanese and English) alongside the ''Robotech'' versions. However, this was a manufacture-on-demand release and Vol. 2 has yet to be solicited. In 2016, the series, in subbed form, was released on Amazon Prime Video.
20th Oct '17 4:53:01 AM C2
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In North America, it was prevented from being released properly for a very long time because the series was dubbed in the 80s by Harmony Gold as the [[CutAndPasteTranslation first season of]] ''{{Anime/Robotech}}''. For some time, Harmony Gold continued to block efforts to bring anything ''Macross''-related to North America and was happy to file lawsuits against anything that even looked like it such as ''TabletopGame/BattleTech'', directly contradicting decisions made in Japanese legal courts. However Creator/StreamlinePictures and Creator/AnimEigo were able to release subtitled editions of the series to VHS and DVD in North America, as well as Madman in Australia, and Creator/ADVFilms produced an uncut English dub in the early 2000s. These releases are now out-of-print though. In 2014, Harmony Gold themselves (alongside partners A&E and Lionsgate) released Vol. 1 of a new DVD series featuring unedited Macross episodes (in Japanese and English) alongside the ''Robotech'' versions. However, this was a manufacture-on-demand release and Vol. 2 has yet to be solicited.

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In North America, it was prevented from being released properly for a very long time because the series was dubbed in the 80s by Harmony Gold as the [[CutAndPasteTranslation first season of]] ''{{Anime/Robotech}}''. For some time, Harmony Gold continued to block efforts to bring anything ''Macross''-related to North America and was happy to file lawsuits against anything that even looked like it such as ''TabletopGame/BattleTech'', directly contradicting decisions made in Japanese legal courts. However Creator/StreamlinePictures and Creator/AnimEigo were able to release subtitled editions of the series to VHS and DVD in North America, as well as Madman in Australia, and Creator/ADVFilms produced an uncut English dub in the early 2000s. These releases are now out-of-print though. In 2014, Harmony Gold themselves (alongside partners A&E and Lionsgate) released Vol. 1 of a new DVD series featuring unedited Macross episodes (in Japanese and English) alongside the ''Robotech'' versions. However, this was a manufacture-on-demand release and Vol. 2 has yet to be solicited. In 2016, the series, in subbed form, was released on Amazon Video.
13th Sep '17 1:57:26 PM GrammarNavi
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* ApocalypseDayPlanner: This 1982 series had shown much of Earth's surface being destroyed sometime in early 2010.

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* ApocalypseDayPlanner: JustForFun/ApocalypseDayPlanner: This 1982 series had shown much of Earth's surface being destroyed sometime in early 2010.
12th Aug '17 3:06:31 AM SeptimusHeap
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* BilingualBonus: The three Zentradi spies are named Warera, Loli, and Conda, which put together reads as, "We have a [[{{Lolicon}} Lolita Complex]]" in Japanese... whether or not they actually ''do'' is never said, though they DO wind up being avid fans of Lynn Minmay.

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* BilingualBonus: The three Zentradi spies are named Warera, Loli, and Conda, which put together reads as, "We have a [[{{Lolicon}} [[LoliconAndShotacon Lolita Complex]]" in Japanese... whether or not they actually ''do'' is never said, though they DO wind up being avid fans of Lynn Minmay.
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