"Macross" Museum Presents "Princess Knight" Crossover Art

Tezuka museum hosts 30th anniversary exhibit

Osamu Tezuka's was inspired by musicals, especially the work of the all-female Takarazuka Revue, when making his influential shoujo manga Princess Knight. So, when the Osamu Tezuka Manga Museum in Hyogo Prefecture hosts a ‘MACROSS THE MUSEUM’ exhibit starting June 28th, it makes connection to draw the connection between always musical Macross and Princess Knight.


The exhibit will feature attractions from previous 30th anniversary Macross showcases, including the TV ending ‘Minmay Photo Album’ the centerpiece ‘large scale’ VF-1S cockpit, as well as a display of how Valkyries transform, featuring thirty 1:60 Valks, costumes and microphone replicas of the various Macross divas, and themed-foods.



Hidetaka Tenjin illustration will be offered on wallscrolls, posters and art cards

There are photo book stickers

Then there's the Princess Knight crossover, offered on a  wallscroll (8190 yen), artcard (630 yen), smartphone case (2100 yen), Super deformed artcard (630 yen) and deformed totebag (2940 yen).

via Macross World


Scott Green is editor and reporter for anime and manga at geek entertainment site Ain't It Cool News. Follow him on Twitter at @aicnanime.

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