Dirty Pair creator and fellow Studio Nue founder Haruka Takachiho posted updates on Kazutaka Miyatake's condition after being admitted to the hospital on May 22 after his house caught on fire. The house fire, which started in the kitchen of his Yokosuka-based wooden home, claimed the life of his 60-year-old wife. Read on past the jump.
It was reported that the house of mechanical designer Kazutaka Miyatake, known for his work on Macross, Yamato, and Gundam SEED, caught fire on May 22. Miyatake survived the fire and is currently resting in a local hospital, but sadly his wife passed away. More details after the jump.
Following the bombshell announcement, that Big West and Hasrmony Gold have set aside their legal disputes to clear the way for the global distribution of Macross earlier this month, Big West have issued another update. Read on for the details.
In an unexpected press release, Japanese production conglomerate Big West and Robotech producer Harmony Gold have announced that both sides have officially ended their two decades long legal battle over the rights to Macross and the recognition of Robotech, leading to new global distribution for each franchise. Read on for the details.
Macross Frontier returns this year! It was announced this weekend that a short film will accompany the upcoming Macross Delta movie, with Megumi Nakajima and May'n returning to the roles of Ranka and Sheryl onscreen for the first time in ten years. Get the first details after the jump!
Teasers, music videos, and fanvids take over anime news this week. Hit the jump for more.
580 tunes from the Macross anime franchise's all 49 singles/albums are available on major streaming services in Japan, including Apple Music, LINE MUSIC, Spotify, Amazon Music Unlimited, YouTube Music, AWA, and KKBOX, from today, October 1, 2020. Check out the lineup after the jump!
Walküre is still going strong! The idols of Macross Delta will be kicking off the franchise's new YouTube channel early this month with a selection of their favorite songs. Get more details after the jump!
As expected, according to Oricon's latest weekly single sales report, the five-member voice actress idol unit Walküre's fourth single "Mirai wa Onna no Tame ni aru" sold an impressive 24,000 units in its first week of release, becoming the top-selling single of the week in Japan. It has become their first weekly No.1 single in their four-year career. Hit the jump for more details.