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When this costume hoodie is zipped up, it shows the iconic Skull Squadron skull and crossbones logo. When you pull up the hood of this costume hoodie, which features the space age technology of the Skull-One Mecha, you will instantly feel like you are in Battloid mode. Each sleeve features similar All-Environmental Variable Fighter technology. This costume hoodie includes zippered pockets, so you can keep your valuables safe from the Zentraedi. The back of the hoodie features the Defense Force logo, along with Valkyrie wings and an Augmentative FAST Pack. Skull-One was piloted by the massively popular Robotech character Roy Fokker. You will be just as popular when you are seen wearing this costume hoodie. The adventure will never stop once you put on this Robotech Skull-One Sublimation Costume Hoodie!
Posted by Kevin McKeever at 8:33 PM
Tuesday, April 5, 2016
During the Wondercon convention IGN interviewed James Wan about the Live Action Robotech Movie.
Posted by Kevin McKeever at 5:30 PM
Monday, April 4, 2016
The TG Geeks Podcast has gets an answer to a key question about the Robotech Live Action Film!
ANIME FAN FEST IN NEW JERSEY AND CYBER CITY CON IN SAN ANTONIO NOW PART OF THE ROBOTECH CONVENTION TOUR
Two new shows are apart of the 2016 Robotech Convention Tour
ANIME FAN FEST
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New Jersey Anime Fan FEST will showcase the exceptional works of your favorite actors, cosplayers, artists and musicians who rejoice in being Otaku.
At New Jersey Anime Fan FEST you'll find exhibitors promoting and selling all types of related products, as well as entertaining and educational panels, guest signings and providing a safe zone for you and your whole family.
CYBER CITY CON
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From the creative minds of the hugely successful Alamo City Comic Con, Cyber City Con is a celebration of all things robotic, from Transformers to Gundams to Robotech to Jaegers. This unique event takes place May 7-8, 2016 at the Marriott Plaza in San Antonio, Texas. The official kick-off party, Cyber de Mayo, will take place May 5th.More convention tour stops on the way.
Posted by Kevin McKeever at 6:00 AM
Sunday, April 3, 2016
Was busy doing three shows in the past three weeks but I was able to announce that a new there is a new Full Range Robotech Toy License.
- Three stage transform.
- With LED lighting
- High die cast metal content.
More information (with photos) to be revealed in the weeks and months ahead.
Posted by Kevin McKeever at 6:23 AM
Tuesday, March 8, 2016
Austin Tindle's first love was stage acting, but now he spends his days in the sound booth at Funimation, voicing anime characters like Kaneki in . (photo by Jourdan Aldredge)
The Dallas Observer gets a rare look inside one North America's anime distributors.
Funimation’s monolithic beige complex on Lakeside Parkway is entirely devoid of personality from the outside. But the drab building hides one of the most colorful industries in North Texas. Hallways decorated with swag, awards and larger-than-life figures from their most popular series, like Dragon Ball Z, Attack on Titan, Hetalia: Axis Powers, Fairy Tail and One Piece, guide you from department to department — directing, licensing, accounting, acquisitions, legal counsel, marketing, sound mixing, project management and more.Past a pool table — gifted by actress Jamie Lee Curtis after she took a tour of the facility with her son, who’s a big fan of anime — you’ll find sound mixers reworking shows that will appear on Cartoon Network to accommodate Americans’ penchant for big-screen TVs with surround sound. (In Japan, home TV set-ups tend to be more modest, so sound effects, music and background audio are suppressed there to avoid drowning out the dialogue; all of these are brought back up for the American versions.)Marketing is demarcated by a ceiling covered entirely with Japanese lanterns, and it’s not unusual to see purple hair peeking out of the tops of cubicles adorned with Grumpy Cat stuffed animals. When your work is in anime, eccentricity is not just acceptable, it’s encouraged. The trick, as you take it all in, is not to get lost. “It’s like a hedge maze,” our tour guide says. “Just stick your arm out and touch a wall, and eventually you’ll arrive back where you started.”
Posted by Kevin McKeever at 9:53 AM