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Series: Robotech

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Robotech: Genesis by Jack McKinneyBook 1
Robotech: Battle Cry by Jack McKinneyBook 2
Robotech: Homecoming by Jack McKinneyBook 3
Robotech: Battlehymn by Jack McKinney4
Robotech: Force of Arms by Jack McKinney5
Robotech: Doomsday by Jack McKinney6
Robotech: Southern Cross by Jack McKinney7
Robotech: Metal Fire by Jack McKinney8
Robotech: The Final Nightmare by Jack McKinney9
Robotech: Invid Invasion by Jack McKinney10
Robotech: Metamorphosis by Jack McKinney11
Robotech: Symphony of Light by Jack McKinney12
Robotech: The Devil's Hand by Jack McKinney13
Robotech: Dark Powers by Jack McKinney14
Robotech: Death Dance by Jack McKinney15
Robotech: World Killers by Jack McKinney16
Robotech: Rubicon by Jack McKinney17
Robotech: The End of the Circle by Jack McKinneybook 18
Robotech: The Zentraedi Rebellion by Jack McKinneybook 19
Robotech: The Masters' Gambit by Jack McKinneybook 20
Robotech: Before the Invid Storm by Jack McKinneybook 21
Robotech: The Macross Saga: Battlecry (Robotech 3-In-1) by Jack McKinneyOmnibus 1
Robotech: The Macross Saga: Doomsday by Jack McKinneyOmnibus 2
Robotech: The Masters Saga: The Southern Cross by Jack McKinneyOmnibus 3
Robotech: The New Generation: The Invid Invasion by Jack McKinneyOmnibus 4
Robotech: The Sentinels: The Devil's Hand/Dark Powers/Death Dance by Jack McKinneyOmnibus 5
Robotech Art 1 by Kay ReynoldsArt 1
Robotech Art 2: New Illustrations & Original Art from The Robotech Universe by Kay ReynoldsArt 2
Robotech Art 3: The Sentinels by Carl MacekArt 3
Robotech - From the Stars by Tommy Yune
Robotech: Prelude to The Shadow Chronicles by Tommy Yune

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Series description

Robotech is a multi-generational story of mankind's interactions and wars with various alien species and the mystery of a substance known as Protoculture.

Each war makes up a sub-series in the overall series. See 'related series' for details.

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