Tomocast 32: Macross

Oct 18 // Pedro Cortes

This is one of those episodes that I've been waiting to do for a while. I love the Macross franchise, what with the typically excellent music, dramatic stories, sexy ladies and sexier planes. So for this episode, I got associate editor Andres Cerrato, Japanator associate editor Hiroko Yamamura and MAHQ's Chris Guanche together to talk about the series as a whole, along with the toys, music, planes, etc.

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OP: "Macross" by Yoshiki Fukuyama, from Macross the Tribute, into "Fly Away (Taku and Teddyloid for the Club Edit)", from Panty and Stocking with Garterbelt THE WORST


0:00:50 - 0:22:09

Opening, What We've Been Up To and Why We'll Be Broke


BREAK: "Totsugeki Love Heart (Duet Ver.)", by Yoshiki Fukuyama & Chie Kajiura, from Macross 7


0:22:40 - 1:12:22

Main Topic: Macross. We cover the various shows, OVAs, movies, some of the games and, of course, the figures. 


BREAK: "Information High" by Melodie Sexton, from Macross Plus


1:12:56 - 1:35:20

Listener Questions 

ED: "Do You Remember Love?" by Mari Iijima, from Macross: Do You Remember Love?, into "Fallen Angel (El Poko Maro Drum'n'Bass Remix)", from  Panty and Stocking with Garterbelt THE WORST


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