Robotech (Robotech #1-3)



Here you ll find three ROBETCH novels for the price of one Collected for the first time in one volume, you ll find GENESIS, BATTLE CRY, and HOMECOMING three electrifying futuristic adventures that let loose the Robotech Defense Force against the most fearsome conquerers in the universe From the Paperback edition. Read Robotech (Robotech #1-3) Author Jack McKinney – tiffanydaniels.co.ukRobotech (Robotech #1-3)

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  • Paperback
  • 496 pages
  • Robotech (Robotech #1-3)
  • Jack McKinney
  • English
  • 13 August 2017
  • 034538900X

10 thoughts on “Robotech (Robotech #1-3)

  1. says:

    I usually don t read media tie in books, mostly because a lot of them are of questionable quality that, at the worst of times, reads a lot like internet fan fiction With the Robotech novels, however, I have mixed opinions As most everybody knows, these short novels are based on the anime from the 1980s of the same name and novelizes all three seasons of the show There were other Robotech novels too, but these sadly are now out of print and only the 12 books that retell the story of the show a I usually don t read media tie in books, mostly because a lot of them are of questionable quality that, at the worst of times, reads a lot like internet fan fiction With the Robotech novels, however, I have mixed opinions As most everybody knows, these short novels are based on the anime from the 1980s...

  2. says:

    Nostalgia It s a hell of a drug.I ve bought this book in print three or four times The first time, I was a young teenager who remembered watching the Robotech cartoon as a kid I enjoyed the book, but I was also reading pretty much every book I could get my hands on.A few years later, I learned to be a bitdiscerning with my reading I took my copy to the local Half Price Books, and there it lived until I saw a copy at HPB and vaguely remembered enjoying it It can t be as bad as I r Nostalgia It s a hell of a drug.I ve bought this book in print three or four times The first time, I was a young teenager who remembered watching the Robotech cartoon as a kid I enjoyed the book...

  3. says:

    Anyone who knows me well enough knows I had an obsession with Robotech the Macross saga, anyways when I was younger But I will admit that, despite enjoying these novels based on the show, it read like kind of a fan fiction, despite following the chapters pretty closely.On top of that, my rating is down the middle due to later finding out the major differ...

  4. says:

    Same as the others, I am a fan of this Space Opera The path from the original unrelated anime series that were stitched together and adapted for an audience of american children seems so sloppy and backwards that it couldn t possibly work but there are just too many cool elements for it to fail And even the awkward, inappropriate s...

  5. says:

    The appeal of these books did not survive my transition to adulthood Here are some of the main issues I have Plodding proseApparently this whole series was rushed out in a single year, and it shows You cannot write and edit this many pages well in that kind of time frame That s one book every two weeks.Straight from screen story tellingTo get the books out, the authorsor less copied the show, scene by scene You really sense this during the repetitive descriptions of the dogfight scenes The appeal of these books did not survive my transition to adulthood Here are some of the main issues I have Plodding proseApparently this whole series was rushed out in a single year, and it shows You cannot write and edit this many pages well in that kind of time frame That s one book every two weeks.Straight from screen story tellingTo get the books out, the authorsor less copied the show, scene by scene You really sense this during the repetitive descriptions of the dogfight scenes from the series These scenes are also repetitive in the source material because of the cost of animation, but that s no excuse The same phrases get recycled over and over how many times do we need to hear that explosions are spheres in a vacuum CharacterizationMany of the characters were pretty cookie cutter in the series That s kind of a staple of 80s and 90s TV, anime in particular But writing a cookie cutter character for fidelity s sake is not a good idea He...

  6. says:

    I enjoyed this quite a bit I know takes a bit of slag for not being the best written work, and for straying a bit from the source material but I didn t see it that way Almost immediately my impression was that the writer either had to or chose to keep almost every line and scene from the series in tact, but that he had complete freedom to add to that And he does, fleshing out characters, adding in additional scenes, trying to explain of of the goofier moments in the series At first I found s I enjoyed this quite a bit I know takes a bit of slag for not being the best written work, and for straying a bit from the source material but I didn t see it that way Almost immediately my impression was that the writer either had to or chose to keep almost every line and scene from the series in tact, but that he had complete freedom to add to that And he does, fleshing out characters, adding in additional scenes, trying to explain of of the goofier moments in the series At first I found some of the realistic explanations for the series goofier bits a tad off putting, but I came to lov...

  7. says:

    I will start by saying I am biased about this book For one Robotech the animated series was my favorite anime when I was young and the first serious cartoon I watched However as reviews are personal opinions especially ones you aren t getting paid for I loved this first collection of Robotech books.For one, in short amount of time James Luceno and Brian Daley RIP had to write these stories as Jack McKinney I feel they have a high standard of quality Both veteran SciFi writers and personal I will start by saying I am biased about this book For one Robotech the animated series was my fav...

  8. says:

    The first three books of the RoboTech series, and also, the first three chronologically the entire series was written anti chronologically so my reviews will reflect when to read stuff so you can actually enjoy the series as it was intended to be enjoyed.Starts off with a mysterious alien spacecraft crashing to earth, which happens to end the global civil war at the time The anime series it corresponds to and draws its name from is the original Macross series, well worth watching in either The first three books of the RoboTech series, and also, the first three chronologically t...

  9. says:

    Jack McKinney, or the authors who make up that persona, did a great job capturing the details of the Robotech TV series as well as adding in various character thoughts that we couldn t see as viewers One of the most intriguing things to me about reading the book was the author s grasp of aircraft and space, something totally lost in the show McKinney continually had to explain away the bad science of the show in interesting ways, or in some cases just had to go with it was an effect of Prot Jack McKinney, or the authors who make up that persona, did a great job capturing the details of the Robotech TV series as well as adding in various character thoughts that we couldn t see as ...

  10. says:

    Biased review Fan of the classic animation Blah blah Blah This is a book based on an American anime show edited together from 3 unrelated Japanese series just so Matchbox could import some cheap toys Ah, 1985 we miss you so I originally read the series while in my teens It was a completely different experience rereading this space opera in my thirties I connected with the characters in different ways Some of the characters I disliked before I now felt empathy for Others that I liked n Biased review Fan of the classic animation Blah blah Blah This is a book based on an American anime show edited together from 3 unrelated Japanese series just so Matchbox could import some cheap toys Ah, 1985 we miss you so I originally read the series while in my teens It ...

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