On the SDF-1, Claudia has evidence linking Roy to Gloval’s death in Titan Comics' Robotech #12, by Simon Furman and Hendry Prasetya.
The second arc of the sell-out, fan favourite series! Titan Comics' Robotech #7 by Brian Wood, Simon Furman and Marco Turini.
Macross City is left reeling - as they mourn the loss of a beloved friend… Titan Comics' Robotech #5 by Brian Wood, Simon Furman & Marco Turini.
The SDF-1 is now lost in space, while the aliens prepare to attack again... Titan Comics' Robotech #4 by Brian Wood & Marco Turini.
Harmony Gold's cult 80's TV series, Robotech, returns for all-new adventures! Titan Comics' Robotech #3 by Brian Wood & Marco Turini.
Wonder Woman scribe Jason Fuchs has joined It director Andy Muschietti on Sony's film adaptation of Robotech.
After Rick meets a girl named Minmei, the pair come face to face with a giant alien being... Titan Comics' Robotech #2 by Brian Wood & Marco Turini.
Brian Wood and Marco Turin's Robotech #1 is a fresh yet faithful comic book take on the Macross Saga and its iconic characters.
Taking into account every iteration of the series, Titan Comics' Robotech #1 by Brian Wood & Marco Turini casts a fresh eye over classic characters!
Sony Pictures has tapped It director Andy Muschietti to develop the long-planned live-action adaptation of Robotech.
Lynn Memei strikes the right chord as artist Karl Kerschl's limited run variant cover for Robotech #1.
Claudia Grant and Roy Fokker are the subjects of artist Karl Kerschl's variant covers for Robotech #3 and #4.
Rick and Lisa are back, and grace Karl Kerschl's variant covers for Titan Comics' Robotech #1 and #2.
The interior artist has yet to be revealed, but Titan's New Robotech title will boast a main cover by Stanley "Artgerm" Lau.
The multiple Eisner Award nominee will script the new comic book adventures of the popular anime series.
Jason and John Waltrip provide the cover for the series' first issue, debuting in early 2017.
The publisher has partnered with Harmony Gold USA to bring the cult favorite anime back to comics.
The cult-favorite '80s anime series will launch on the Sony streaming site this weekend, accompanied by “Robotech: The Shadow Chronicles.”
Following the massive success of "Furious 7," James Wan has reportedly sign on to direct both "Aquaman" for Warner Bros. and "Robotech" for Sony.