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Super Dimendional Fortress Macross Title

Super Dimension Fortress Macross was a Japanese anime released in 1982. The anime was co-production for Big West, Studio Nue, Artland, and Tatsunoko Production. The show was going to be adapted with an English dub by Harmony Gold USA called Space Fortress Macross. Due to a small number of episodes needed for weekday first run syndication. It was adapted later into The Macross Saga, the first part of Robotech.

Episodes

Original Japanese
Air Date
The Super Dimensional Fortress Macross
Episode
Robotech: The Macross Saga
Episode
3 October 1982 1. Booby Trap (ブービー・トラップ Būbī Torappu?) 1. Boobytrap
10 October 1982 2. Countdown (カウント・ダウン Kaunto Daun?) 2. Countdown
17 October 1982 3. Space Fold (スペース・フォールド Supēsu Fōrudo?) 3. Space Fold
24 October 1982 4. Lynn Minmay (リン・ミンメイ Rin Minmei?) 4. The Long Wait
31 October 1982 5. Transformation (トランス・フォーメーション Toransu Fōmēshon?) 5. Transformation
14 November 1982 6. Daedalus Attack (ダイダロス・アタック Daidarosu Atakku?) 6. Blitzkrieg
21 November 1982 7. Bye Bye Mars (バイバイ・マルス Baibai Marusu?) 7. Bye-Bye Mars
28 November 1982 8. Longest Birthday (ロンゲスト・バースデー Rongesuto Bāsudē?) 8. Sweet Sixteen
5 December 1982 9. Miss Macross (ミス・マクロス Misu Makurosu?) 9. Miss Macross
12 December 1982 10. Blind Game (ブラインド・ゲーム Buraindo Gēmu?) 10. Blind Game
19 December 1982 11. First Contact (ファースト・コンタクト Fāsuto Kontakuto?) 11. First Contact
26 December 1982 12. Big Escape (ビッグ・エスケープ Biggu Esukēpu?) 12. The Big Escape
9 January 1983 13. Blue Wind (ブルー・ウインド Burū Uindo?) 13. Blue Wind
16 January 1983 14. Global Report (グローバル・レポート Gurōbaru Repōto?) 14. Gloval's Report
23 January 1983 15. Chinatown (チャイナ・タウン Chaina Taun?) 15. Homecoming
30 January 1983 16. Kung Fu Dandy (カンフー・ダンディ Kanfū Dandi?) 16. Battle Cry
13 February 1983 17. Phantasm (ファンタズム Fantazumu?) 17. Phantasm
20 February 1983 18. Pineapple Salad (パイン・サラダ Pain Sarada?) 18. Farewell, Big Brother
27 February 1983 19. Burst Point (バースト・ポイント Bāsuto Pointo?) 19. Bursting Point
6 March 1983 20. Paradise Lost (パラダイス・ロスト Paradaisu Rosuto?) 20. Paradise Lost
13 March 1983 21. Micro Cosmos (ミクロ・コスモス Mikuro Kosumosu?) 21. A New Dawn
20 March 1983 22. Love Concert (ラブ・コンサート Rabu Konsāto?) 22. Battle Hymn
27 March 1983 23. Drop Out (ドロップ・アウト Doroppu Auto?) 23. Reckless
3 April 1983 24. Good-bye Girl (グッバイ・ガール Gubbai Gāru?) 24. Showdown
10 April 1983 25. Virgin Road (バージン・ロード Bājin Rōdo?) 25. Wedding Bells
17 April 1983 26. Messenger (メッセンジャー Messenjā?) 26. The Messenger
24 April 1983 27. Love Flows By (愛は流れる Ai wa Nagareru?) 27. Force of Arms
1 May 1983 28. My Album (マイ・アルバム Mai Arubamu?) 28. Reconstruction Blues
8 May 1983 29. Lonely Song (ロンリー・ソング Ronrī Songu?) 29. The Robotech Masters
15 May 1983 30. Viva Maria (ビバ・マリア Biba Maria?) 30. Viva Miriya
22 May 1983 31. Satan Dolls (サタン・ドール Satan Dōru?) 31. Khyron's Revenge
29 May 1983 32. Broken Heart (ブロークン・ハート Burōkun Hāto?) 32.Broken Heart
5 June 1983 33. Rainy Night (レイニー・ナイト Reinī Naito?) 33. A Rainy Night
12 June 1983 34. Private Time (プライベート・タイム Puraibēto Taimu?) 34. Private Time
19 June 1983 35. Romanesque (ロマネスク Romanesuku?) 35. Season's Greetings
26 June 1983 36. Farewell To Tenderness (やさしさサヨナラ Yasashisa Sayonara?) 36. To the Stars
  • Note: Back when "Macross" was first put in production, the anime was originally going to end with a total of 23 episodes, but due to popularity, it was expanded to end with a total of 36 episodes.
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