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Definition funny of Macross:
Macross is an original anime series produced in Japan in 1985 by Studio Nu. It is centered around a gigantic space fortress called the Macross that crashes on earth in 1999. It attracts the attention of another alien spices, who then attack Earth in an attempt to gather the secrets of the Protoculture onboard the SDF-1. A translation of Macross can be found in the US under the name Robotech. Be sure to look for the Macross Saga.
“Any anime fan who knows they’re sh*t, knows what Macross is” -unknown
Addition of series of Animations that have already been played on the screen: Macross (TV) Macross the Movie Macross 2010 flashback (MTV collection) Macross II (TV) Macross 7 (TV) Macross 7: the Dynamite (TV) Macross Plus (OVA) Macross Plus The Movie Macross Zero (OVA)
Macross Zero presents the most hot stuff air-fight that has never seen.
to macross is to fire all your missiles at a target that's worth maybe two
I totally macrossed that battloid hardcore
Songs about Macross:
Macross: Do You Remember Love? Theme Song ("Ai Oboeteimasuka" - Nigel Richards Remix) by Nigel Richards Maria Kawamura from the Album Anime Toonz Volume 2: Maria Kawamura
Voices (from Macross Plus) (Vocal Version) by RMaster from the Album Anime Collection, Vol.13 (Songs from Macross)
Aimo (Originally Performed By Ai Nakajima From MacRoss Frontier) by Vega Orgel from the Album Music Box Collection 6025
Lion (from Macross Frontier) (feat. Shiroku) [Vocal Version] by RMaster from the Album Anime Collection, Vol.13 (Songs from Macross)
Voices (Macross Plus Chill Remix)(1998) by Glejs from the Album The Module Years 1996-1999 ~Ultimate Collection
Diamond Crevasse (Originally Performed by Sheryl Nome starring May'n From Macross Frontier) by Vega Orgel from the Album Music Box Collection 6025
Macross: Do You Remember Love? Theme Song ("Ai Oboeteimasuka" - DJ Seoul Remix) by DJ Seoul Maria Kawamura from the Album Anime Toonz Volume 2: Maria Kawamura
Books about Macross:
Macross II: The Role-Playing Game by Kevin Siembieda (Jul 1993)
Robotech: The Macross Saga, Vols. 1-3 (Genesis / Battle Cry / Homecoming) by Jack McKinney (Apr 2, 1994)
Robotech: The Macross Saga: Doomsday (Vol 4-6) by Jack McKinney (Aug 29, 1994)
Macross II: Sourcebook One (Robotech RPG) by Kevin Siembieda (Sep 1993)
Macross II: Spacecraft and Deck Plans - Volume One by Martin Ouellette (Aug 1994)
Macross II: Spacecraft and Deck Plans Volume Two (Aug 1994)
Macross: Perfect Memory by Not Available (1983)
Movies about Macross:
The First Robotech War: The Macross Saga Season 1 1985 TV-14 CC -
The Second Robotech War: The Masters Saga Season 2 2013 TV-14 CC -
Macross Plus - Bundle 1996 - Directed by: Shôji Kawamori
The Third Robotech War: The New Generation Season 2013 TV-14 CC -
Macross II - The Movie 2001 NR CC - Runtime: 2 hrs 18 mins Directed by: Kenichi Yatagai and Kenichi Yatsuya
Macross Plus - The Collection 1995 NR - Runtime: 3 hrs Starring: Bryan Cranston, Takumi Yamazaki, et al. Directed by: Shinichirô Watanabe and Shôji Kawamori
Macross Plus - Movie Edition 1995 PG-13 - Runtime: 1 hr 55 mins Starring: Bryan Cranston, Takumi Yamazaki, et al. Directed by: Shinichirô Watanabe and Shôji Kawamori
Wiki information Macross:
Macross is a series of science fiction mecha anime, created by Shōji Kawamori of Studio Nue in 1982. The franchise features a fictional history of Earth/Humanity after the year 1999. It consists of three TV series, four movies, six OVAs, one light...
Macross Frontier is a Japanese animated science fiction space drama that aired in Japan on MBS from April 3, 2008 to September 25, 2008. It is the most recent Japanese anime television series set in the Macross universe. Animated by Satelight, it...