A warrior named Stick and a bunch of other rebels and soldiers must fight a deadly alien race and track down their ruler.
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Mine Matsuki ...
 Yellow Belmont (Female) (1 episode, 1983)
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 Yellow Belmont (Male) (1 episode, 1983)
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In the 21st century, Earth is invaded and quickly subdued by a alien race called the Inbit. Years after a failed liberation attempt by the Mars station's forces, a second Terran attack is attempted with a force armed with new weapons vastly superior to the enemy, but again Inbit defenses prove to be too strong. One of the few survivors to reach Earth is Stick Bernard, a young mecha fighter pilot who witnessed the death of his fiancé in the battle. Separated and alone, the aggrieved pilot sets out to attempt to complete his mission to find Reflex Point, the suspected Inbit headquarters, and do what he can to destroy it. Along the way, he meets up others who join to form a small guerrilla unit who must find their way to Reflex Point and stop the Inbit. Written by Kenneth Chisholm (kchishol@rogers.com)

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Earth Has Been Occupied!


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According to the show's creators, Ray is partially telepathic. In earlier versions of the storyline this was much more predominant. However it is still present in the series as it was made, which explains the bizarre hallucination that he has at one point (which revealed several true facts of the Inbit's history and purpose) and his inexplicable understanding of what the "genesis pit" they fell into was for. See more »

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Featured in Genesis Climber Mospeada: Love Live Alive (1985) See more »

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Ushinawareta Yume wo Motomete
("Searching for Lost Fantasies")
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Performed by Andy
Music by Yukihide Takekawa
Lyrics by Masao Urino
Arrangement by Joe Hisaishi
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The best out of the "Robotech" bunch.
24 July 1999 | by (The mid-core) – See all my reviews

Despite this,Southern Cross and Macross being hacked and poorly edited into the US re-edit,"Robotech" generations,this one(the Japanese version) is the best one.

After a space-ship crash,Stick Benard finds himself here around sometime in the 20th century,but he lost his girl,Marin.But after he meets,Rei,Mint,Jim and many other companinons,he swears revenge on the Inbit and find out their origin spot.

Despite the old-fashioned extra-terrestrial invasion storyline,this one has actually a dark and moving storyline as the characters develop.Oh,speaking of characters,Yoshitaka Amano did the designs in this (one of his lesser-known works).


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