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Titan Unveils Robotech #1 Cover by Stanley “Artgerm” Lau

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Dedicated anime fans have actually been excitedly anticipating Titan Comics and Harmony Gold U.S.A’s new “Robotech “title for a while now. When the news broke in December 2016 that the series would be composed by Brian Wood, that enjoyment reached fever pitch.Now, Titan

has revealed that, in addition to the ‘retro’ cover from “Robotech” art veterans Jason and John Waltrip, the first concern will also get an unique “A cover” from Imaginary Pals Studios’ Creative Director, Stanley “Artgerm” Lau.

< source srcset =http://cbr0.imgix.net/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/Robotech-1-Stanley-Artgerm-Lau-Cover.jpg?auto=format&lossless=1&q=40&w=316&h=480&fit=crop media="( min-width: 768px)"> < source srcset =http://cbr0.imgix.net/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/Robotech-1-Stanley-Artgerm-Lau-Cover.jpg?auto=format&lossless=1&q=40&w=316&h=480&fit=crop media=" (min-width: 0px)" > Nevertheless, despite this latest cover announcement, much is still unknown about Titan’s “Robotech”title. The publisher has yet to reveal who will be producing the comic’s interior art or its actual release date beyond the “early 2017” timeframe that accompanied the preliminary announcement of the series back in June 2016.

Created by re-editing three various anime series, “Robotech” originally aired in syndication in the United States in 1984. It’s a sci-fi epic in which the human race discovers itself on the edge of annihilation and under attack by a fleet of enormous alien warships capable of ruining Earth. Mankind’s only hope for survival lies within the secrets of Robotechnology, which enables people to establish powerful changing robotic systems and interstellar spacecraft.By: Rob Cave Tags:

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