PRESS RELEASE – Titan Comics and Harmony Gold are excited to announce the hotly anticipated new ongoing Robotech comic series will debut at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con, featuring a special convention special cover by British Award-winning artist Rachael Stott (Image Comic’s Sex Criminals, Doctor Who)!
Robotech is coming from Titan Comics, and in addition to the plethora of art covers, the company is releasing a variant cover featuring cosplayer Kitty Honey.
Karl Kerschl’s art is fantastic, which is probably why Titan Comics tapped the artist to produced a bunch of variant covers for the upcoming Robotech series.
With the success of Voltron and Power Rangers, it makes sense for Robotech to once again rise to remind fans the property has been around for decades. Titan Comics has announced the full creative teams for the Robotech series, and shared the variant covers by ArtGerm, Karl Kerschl, Michael Dialynas, and The Waltrip Bros.
Titan Comics has a new Robotech series coming our way later this year. The publisher released the first cover for the series by Stanley “Artgerm” Lau, featuring Lynn Minmel.
PRESS RELEASE – Titan Comics are excited to announce that New York Times best-selling writer Brian Wood (DMZ, Briggs Land, Northlanders) will helm the brand-new Robotech comic series from Titan Comics, set to launch in 2017 – based on the legendary 80s animation by Harmony Gold.
Titan Comics not only announced a new Robotech series at the New York Comic Con, the publisher also unveiled the cover by Jason and John Waltrip.
With Voltron, and Mighty Morphin Power Rangers filling up the comic book spinner rack, it was only a matter of time before Robotech made it to the big time.
Press Release Dynamite Entertainment proudly announces that they have acquired the rights to publish comic books based on the beloved science fiction anime, Robotech®. In a unique sub-licensing arrangement with DC Entertainment and with the Harmony Gold USA, Dynamite Entertainment will publish a new series beginning with a Robotech / Voltron crossover event. This crossover marks the first time uniting the popular Robotech cast with the five lions of Voltron, a fan-favorite World Events Production property.
Fans of the American anime adaptation Robotech (the classic series that adapted not one, but THREE different giant fightin’ robot stories into one continuity) may find a little something special during this year’s Comicon festivities…
No strangers to writing sci-fi, Alfred Gough and Miles Millar have been announced as the writers adapting Robotech for the big screen. A sprawling sci-fi epic, “Robotech” takes place at a time when Earth has developed giant robots from the technology on an alien spacecraft that crashed on a South Pacific isle. Mankind is forced to use the technology to fend off an alien invasion, with the fate of the human race ending up in the hands of two young pilots. Gough and Millar are probably familiar to Smallville fans where they spent time as the show runners for the