I've been thinking things over, and despite my earlier excitement over doing a weekly live show, I've decided it's time to let go. It's time to close the ol' Roboblog. It's over two years since The Shadow Chronicles came out, the live action movie is looming far in the distance, and in the interim, there's nothing happening. Oh sure, the franchise isn't dead dead, we've got new Palladium RPG sourcebooks coming out and new toys trickling out from Toynami, but in terms of new story material ROBOTECH's lights are out.
Besides ... well, let me elaborate in a groggy-voiced rambling video I shot about twenty minutes ago:
Anyway, it's been a blast, folks. And if you want to keep in touch, you know where to find me. It's not hard.
JONATHAN L. SWITZER has written an awful lot about the 1985 animated series ROBOTECH, its sequels and spin-offs. Some of this writing has appeared in THE ART OF ROBOTECH: THE SHADOW CHRONICLES (Stone Bridge Press); other examples appear in the Appendices to the most recent editions of the ROBOTECH MASTERS and NEW GENERATION novels (Del Rey). He draws girls and cartoon dogs at WWW.SCWONKEY.COM, and spends his days selling electronical goods at RadioShack and sleeping a lot less than he used to.