Harmony Gold, the team behind the hit television show Robotech, is partnering with the brand Ghost X Ghost to bring some merchandise for fans of Veritech.
“GHOST X GHOST is excited to announce our licensing agreement with HARMONY GOLD for the classic anime series, ROBOTECH! GXG will be producing limited edition apparel, posters, pins, and skate decks based on both original art and classic imagery from the legendary series,” GXG said on their website.
Robotech is an American adaption of three Japanese mech anime series including ‘Super Dimension Fortress Macross,’ ‘Super Dimension Cavalry Southern Cross,’ and ‘Genesis Climber MOSPEADA.’ The series ran for eighty-five episodes across three seasons.
GXG continued, “ROBOTECH is a sweeping science-fiction anime epic of humans defending their home world against alien domination. The saga is told through the eyes of characters caught up in a series of wars that erupts when a mysterious spacecraft crash-lands on Earth at the turn of the millennium.”
“The secrets of alien knowledge aboard this vessel were unlocked, leading to the development of “Robotechnology” and the creation of a vast arsenal of robotic ‘mecha’ to defend the Earth against the alien threats that would eventually strike to lay claim to the mysterious power source known as ‘protoculture,'” they added.
So far two graphic tees have been announced. One features the “VF-1S” mech and the second features the “VF-1J.”
The merch was teased on an X post by GXG:
Robotech continued its story in ‘Robotech II: The Sentinels,’ a pilot that was combined into a television film and ‘The Shadow Chronicles,’ a second film that continued to the story of the third season.
Titan Comics currently has the rights to publish a comic book series based on the show. They previously did a series “Remix” that ran for four issues but it was put on hiatus after four issues. A new series set in between seasons one and two titled ‘Robotech: Rick Hunter’ has begun publication.
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