So I thought I'd make a post discussing how the new Robotech comic series from Titan has done an incredible job of giving us the opportunity to cover more content than we have in the past.
SPOILERS for those uninitiated, but the series introduces the idea of there being a vast array of PROTOVERSES, which the Invid and the SDF-1 can travel between in the series. One of these that is mentioned often is the world of Robotech 3000, and additional works shown seem to be inspired by the infamous Robotech: The Movie and many others.
This meshes well with our understanding of the multi-verse seen in Robotech/Voltron. But more importantly, it means that we can really start expanding how we write pages about different stories. I am essentially proposing that we throw away with all pretenses of ''canon'' or ''non-canon'' works and instead cover different collections as their own self-contained universes.
This is how we've been operating with the Titan releases, with pages like Rick Hunter featuring a nice banner at the top suggesting other similar pages, but I think we should go a step further. Next, we should begin removing all banners which read "this is secondary canon" or "this is not a canon film" to instead focus on emphasizing the existence of many Robotech universes. I think, for starters, that ''Robotech: The Movie'' should be treated as its own stand-alone world apart from the "prime" Robotech world. But I also think we should go out of our way to start making pages on all the ''weird'' things we've been avoiding. Projects like ''Robotech: Aftermath'' and ''Robotech: Variants'' have previously been shut-out from the wiki entirely for just being too off-base, and I now think that should be over-turned.
I even am going to suggest we do this same treatment for Robotech Defenders. I know, I know. Absolute anarchy. But anarchy with a purpose!