Robotech the Graphic Novel: Genesis: Robotech Paperback – Aug 1986
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By Frank H. Tano - Published on Amazon.com
Just how did that SDF get to Earth anyway? This graphic novel illustrates the event that precedes the Earth arrival of Zor's battle fortress. The art is not distractingly awful but not spectacular either. For any Robotech fan that has not been privy to this short story, it is a must. Zentraedi actually fighting Invid and Earth's first response to "The Visitor". While it is considered officially as "Secondary Continuity", nothing in this book has been contradicted by the Primary Continuity so read, enjoy and be fulfilled.
By Arturo R. Clifford - Published on Amazon.com
I have been looking for this book for a long time, for years I couldn't even find it at the comic-con in San Diego, I even tried to order it thru B Dalton Books & Waldenbooks But they could not get it so I gave, so I looked for it on Amazon & there it was I have always been a Robotech fan collecting comics & such, so it was great finding it, I really had no idea what it was about & once I finally read it I got the backstory of the Robotech saga, Book is in great condition & I can finally added to my collection.
By C. A. - Published on Amazon.com
Exciting intro for as to how & why the SDF-1 arrived to earth. My daughters loved reading this novel and saved me the countless questions they had of the spaceship.
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
This is a good book in that it illustrates the entire prologue of Jack Mckinney's first novel. The story is sound and the art is very good for the time period it was written. If you compare the art to an X-men or Superman comic of the same time you wonder why the comics are so much worse. The only problem is that you clearly see several of the standard blue Bioroids, but they're no where to be seen in the rest of the Macross series. This is a must if you love the 'Masters as much as I do.