Macross Plus: Collection

Macross Plus: Collection

Director: Shoji Kawamori, Shinichiro Watanabe Cast: Israel Philharmonic Orchestra


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Macross Plus: Collection

This two-disc set contains the first four parts of the anime series Macross Plus. The discs offer a standard full-frame transfer. English soundtracks are rendered in Dolby Digital 5.1, while Japanese soundtracks have been recorded in Dolby Digital Stereo. English subtitles are accessible. Supplemental materials include a musical photo gallery, trailers, and commercials for various Manga Video products.

Product Details

Release Date: 06/14/2005
UPC: 0013138200693
Rating: NR
Source: Manga Video
Time: 3:00:00

Special Features

Closed Caption; Digitally re-mastered; Macross Plus musical photo gallery; Japanese production team credit menus; Macross Plus trailers; Manga 2000 commercial; Web link; Manga Fan Club commercial; Manga video commercial

Cast & Crew

Scene Index

Side #1 -- Vol. 1: Pts. 1 & 2
1. Isamu Dyson Goes to Planet Eden [4:24]
2. New Edwards Test Flight Center [4:14]
3. Project Super Nova [4:18]
4. The Coming of the Galaxy Tour [7:37]
5. Myung, Guld and Isamu Meet Again [6:31]
6. The True Ability of the YF-21 [11:47]
1. Sharon Apple in Concert [5:27]
2. What's Happening to Myung? [4:57]
3. Isamu Tests the YF-19 [5:59]
4. Slave to the Past [5:37]
5. Fire at the Concert Hall [8:02]
6. Battle Between Isamu and Guld [8:38]
Side #2 -- Vol. 2: Pts. 3 & 4
1. The Inquiry [9:43]
2. Sharon's Secret Revealed [2:43]
3. Myung Returns to Earth [6:05]
4. Project Super Nova Is Canceled [4:09]
5. Mircrochip Replaces Man [3:39]
6. Sharon Captures Myung [7:52]
1. Isamu Leaves Planet Eden [1:44]
2. All Systems Alert [5:23]
3. Guld Confesses [8:20]
4. The Battle With Sharon Apple [8:11]
5. The Ultimate Emotion [6:34]
6. Isamu Destroys Sharon Apple [6:13]

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Macross Plus: Collection 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Thracecius More than 1 year ago
This was the show that finally pulled my interest into Japanese anime. Some of the sharpest art design and most interesting concepts from the Macross Universe (known as Robotech in the USA) are seen in this four part miniseries (also condensed into a movie version), and it was my first taste of Shinichiro Watanabe's (Cowboy Bebop, Samurai Champloo) work as a director. Great action, good characters, and a solid plot all make this a worthwhile purchase for anime and sci-fi fans alike.