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An epic new addition to the series of books collecting classic Robotech comic material.
Titan's Robotech Archives omnibus series continues with a huge collection of the classic Robotech: The Masters comics - which have never been collected before! The Macross Saga is over and 15 years have passed since the war with the Zentraedi. But the peaceful life of the surviving humans ends when the Robotech Masters attack, in their search for the Protoculture. Can Dana Sterling - the daughter of Max and Miriya - and her fellow soldiers save the Earth?
Collects issues 1 to 11 of the Robotech: The Masters series plus the Robotech Special, 'Dana's Story'. Also includes a brand new foreword by writer Mike Baron.
About the Author
Mike Baron was born and raised in Madison Wisconsin. While he was still in college he was introduced to Steve Rude. The two formed a fast friendship which led to the eventual creation of Nexus. Baron is a prolific writer, having written stories for Marvel and DC as well as many independent companies. He is a lifelong fan of Bruce Lee, and has a second degree black belt in karate.
Mike Baron broke into comics with an illustrated text piece in the 1974 debut issue of Marvel Comics's Comix Book. In 1981, he published his first formal comics script with Nexus, the science fiction title he co-created with illustrator Steve Rude; the series garnered numerous honors, including Eisners for both creators. A prolific creator, Baron is responsible for The Badger, Ginger Fox, Spyke, Feud, and many other comic book titles. Baron has also written numerous mainstream characters, most notably DC's The Flash and Batman, Marvel's The Punisher, and several Star Wars adaptations for Dark Horse. He has been nominated for Best Writer in the Kirby, Harvey and Eisner Awards, and has won two Eisners for his work on Nexus.
In 1985, Baron scripted Robotech Masters comic books and in 1986, Robotech: The Graphic Novel for Comico.
Neil Vokes was born in Fort Lauderdale, FL in 1954. In the early '80s, Neil's wife convinced him to follow his passion for art and he landed a job at Comico Comics in 1983, where he and inking partner Rich Rankin worked on Robotech Masters, a spin-off of the popular Japanese Robotech TV series.
Vokes has also worked on Speed Racer and Fright Night.