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https://macross.jp/news-detail/22131/ https://www.city.takarazuka.hyogo.jp/tezuka/4000020/4000332.html Macross 播映40週年紀念活動 於7月1日～10月24日在宝塚市立手塚治虫記念館舉辦超時空要塞展覽會 會場展品【 SELF-TRANSFORMING SDF-1】 變形！完全新製作超時空號 長約700mm 本企画展のメイン展示として、直径約700mmの完全新規制作のマクロス艦の自動変形ロボットを展示。 アスラテック株式会社のロボット制御システム「V-Sido(ブシドー)」を用いる事によって、自動変形が可能になったマクロス艦本体と、変形に合せた演出映像も交えた空間演出が行われます。 ●企画・監修:天神英貴 ●システム制作:吉崎航(アスラテック株式会社) マクロス放送40周年記念 超時空要塞マクロス展 開催決定 @宝塚市立 手塚治虫記念館 7月1日(金)～10月24日(月) 1982年10月3日、当時のアニメーション放送枠としては異例の日曜日午後2時という時間に『超時空要塞マクロス』のテレビ放送は開始しました。 『超時空要塞マクロス』は、ビックウエストが企画・製作、宮武一貴、松崎健一らが所属するスタジオぬえが設定・デザイン制作、石黒昇率いるアートランド等を中心にしたスタッフの力を集約して完成させたSFロボットアニメです。 主要スタッフには、主役戦闘メカ「バルキリー」のメカニックデザインに当時22歳の河森正治、キャラクターデザインに同じく22歳の美樹本晴彦を起用するなど、若いスタッフのクリエイティビティが際立ち、それまでのロボットアニメには無かった【可変戦闘機「バルキリー」のリアルな変形やアクション】、【主人公とヒロインたちとの三角関係】、そして、【戦いを終結に導く歌】という、シリーズを通しての”3つの要素”を確立させ、SFロボットアニメの新機軸を築いた作品として大きな反響を呼びました。 『超時空要塞マクロス』はテレビ放送後、その人気を受けアニメ業界初の完全新作による劇場用アニメーション『超時空要塞マクロス 愛・おぼえていますか』(1984年)を制作、大ヒットとなりました。以後「マクロス」シリーズとして継続し、劇場用アニメ、オリジナルビデオアニメ、テレビアニメシリーズと発表の場を変え、変化と普遍性を備えながら、2022年10月【テレビ放送40周年】を迎えます。 本展覧会は、『超時空要塞マクロス』のメインメカニックである宇宙戦艦「SDF-1マクロス」の自動変形を組み込んだロボット【SELF-TRANSFORMING SDF-1】のメイン展示をはじめ、「マクロス」シリーズの設定資料やイラスト、歴代VFの立体展示などを行います。 「マクロス」シリーズ40周年を振り返ると共に、今後の新たな展開に想いを馳せてください。 展示概要 Macross 40-week anniversary memorial activity From July 1st to October 24th, Takarazuka City Tezuka Osamu Memorial Hall, The Super Dimension Fortress Exhibition Aiba Exhibition [SELF-TRANSFORMING SDF-1] Shape! Completely new production super space-time Length about 700mm As the main exhibition of this special exhibition, a completely newly produced Macross ship's automatic transformation robot with a diameter of about 700 mm will be exhibited. By using the robot control system "V-Sido" of Asratec Co., Ltd., the space is produced with the Macross ship body that can be automatically deformed and the production image that matches the deformation. ● Planning and supervision: Hidetaka Tenjin ● System production: Wataru Yoshizaki (Asratec Co., Ltd.) Macross Broadcast 40th Anniversary The Super Dimension Fortress Macross Exhibition to be held @ Takarazuka City Tezuka Osamu Memorial Hall July 1st (Friday) -October 24th (Monday) On October 3, 1982, the TV broadcast of "The Super Dimension Fortress Macross" began at 2:00 pm on Sunday, which was unusual for an animation broadcast frame at that time. "The Super Dimension Fortress Macross" is planned and produced by BigWest, set and designed by Studio Nue to which Kazutaka Miyatake and Kenichi Matsuzaki belong, and the power of staff centered on Artland led by Noboru Ishiguro is concentrated. It is a completed SF robot animation. The creativity of the young staff stands out, such as the 22-year-old Shoji Kawamori appointed as the mechanic design of the leading battle mecha "Valkyrie" and the 22-year-old Haruhiko Mikimoto as the character design. "Three elements" throughout the series: [Realistic transformation and action of the variable fighter "Valkyrie"], [Triangular relationship between the main character and the heroines], and [Song that leads to the end of the battle] Was established and received a great deal of attention as a work that built a new innovation in SF robot animation. After the TV broadcast, "The Super Dimension Fortress Macross" became a big hit with the production of "The Super Dimension Fortress Macross: Do You Remember Love?" (1984), the first completely new animation for the theater in the animation industry. Since then, it will continue as the "Macross" series, changing the place of announcement to theatrical animation, original video animation, TV animation series, and celebrating the 40th anniversary of TV broadcasting in October 2022 while providing change and universality. This exhibition includes the main exhibition of the robot [SELF-TRANSFORMING SDF-1] that incorporates the automatic transformation of the space battleship "SDF-1 Macross", which is the main mechanic of "The Super Dimension Fortress Macross", as well as the "Macross" series. Setting materials, illustrations, and three-dimensional exhibitions of successive VFs will be held. Please look back on the 40th anniversary of the "Macross" series and think about new developments in the future. Exhibition overview
Looks like there was no thread on Osamu Tezuka (except a 2006 request specifically about Phoenix). Now there is one Since I learned about him at all (in 1997 I think) I was fascinated by one person effectively creating a genre. And even beore that there was that 1993 screening of Phoenix 2772 on Russian TV that got me hooked and longing for years... until I got the Best Video (or something) dubbed VHS with the help of the then-budding Moscow anime fan club. Perhaps the reason I don't care much for Ranka vs. Sheryl is because, with apologies to these fair ladies, my one and only anime love is fixed from back then, Olga the robot. Well at least I got to give her some decent tribute, with the Japanese embassy organizing a screening in Moscow in summer 98 but forgetting to bring in an interpreter. I started translating to a lady I was with, cries of "Louder" ensued... I was soon brought into the booth ended up translating the movie from Japanese - without knowing a word of Japanese. I just knew the thing by heart from watching it so many times! After the screening I got a small Moscow Times interview - and found enough "followers" to do a full fandub (over the English - we had no Japanese source). Yes, I'm sorry, it was an act of piracy - but we made a point of getting no monetary compensation when passing it on. The dub was spotted from Israel to Vladivostok. (A fansub was made later when a Japanese DVD became available). I voiced Dr. Saruta in the dub, hence the nickname I use on anime-related forums. I wonder if Kawamori himself is a Tezuka fan... or perhaps I should not even wonder. He was an anime/manga fan back in the late 70s. He could not have missed it.