We’re finally here. The last episode of Robotech is now in 1080p. It’s actually been years since I first started and stalled this project but it’s done and dusted now. If the Masters ever gets released on blu-ray in japan I’ll probably revisit the series and work on it though for the time being it’s over. Enjoy.
Now this is a blu ray version of the first space Battleship Yamato released way back in the day under the title “Space Cruiser Yamato: Guardian of the Galaxy”. I worked on restoring this timeless piece to the blu ray release over the course of a month many years ago and I hope you enjoy my efforts.
PRESENTED BY: Academy Co, Ltd.
BASED ON ORIGINAL STORY BY: Yoshinobu Nishizaki
SCREEN PLAY WRITTEN BY: Eiichi Yamamoto & Keisuke Fujikawa
MUSIC COMPOSED BY: Hiroshi Miyagawa
SOUND DIRECTOR: Atumi Tashiro
EFFECTS BY: Mituru Kashiwabara
ANIMATION DIRECTOR BY: Noboru Ishiguro
CHIEF ANIMATOR BY: Yutaka Ashida
EDITED BY: Masatoshi Turubuchi
ARTS DIRECTOR: Leji Matumoto
FILMS BY: Tokyo Laboratory Co., Ltd.
PRODUCTION ASSISTANT: Osamu Hirooka
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: Kazunori Tanahasi
ENGLISH VERSION PRODUCED BY: Benard Tabakin
WRITTEN & DIRECTED BY: Gino Tanasescu
EDITED BY: Bill Shippey
VOICES BY: Marvin Miller, Rex Knolls, Paul Shiveley, Mercy Goldman, Jerry Hrland, Larry Barrel, Dudley Coleman
RECORDED AT: Audio Services, Los Angeles
PRODUCED & DIRECTED: Yoshinobu Nishizaki
Now this episode was a real bitch to get done due to the edits in and around the shower scenes, making the episode much noticeably shorter than the rest with scenes removed and reworked altogether. Anyhow, enjoy.
Yep it’s been over a good two years but I finally decided to fart out another episode because why not. It’s not like the jewish bankers over at Harmony Gold are ever gonna bother releasing in on Blu-ray. Anyhow, enjoy.
Yup, its another filler episode. While the last one was actually enjoyable, this one is not very good and filled with childish stuff unfitting when compared to the rest of the show. Anyways, enjoy the episode.
While on a train Jeudi and Leon are set upon by a small boy called Hans, he offers information in exchange for money. They stop in a nearby town and are caught up in his antics with the local Nazi soldiers, which puts themselves in a spot of bother.
Heading into France to find Lundi and his brother, Jeudi and Leon come under fire from Nazi soldiers. Forcing them to hide in a hotel in a small town, where the come upon a red-haired woman with a tragic past.
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After meeting Leon, Jeudi and him embark on a journey to find information leading to her parents. However, this leads them to the Nazi Headquarters building, wherein they must find a document relating to anti-Nazi conspirators.
Ugh, now this is one episode that I don’t really like. It’s kinda stupid and silly, though it does give you some insight into the Invid or Inbit or whatever you want to call them. Whatever, the links are below: