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News » News Articles » ROBOTECH:LOVE LIVE ALIVE CAST ANNOUNCED AT NYCC
News ArticlesOctober 12, 2012
ROBOTECH:LOVE LIVE ALIVE CAST ANNOUNCED AT NYCC
Fans attending the 2012 New York Comic-Con Robotech panel got an exclusive look at the cast behind Robotech: Love Live Alive
Author: Kevin McKeever

Fans attending this weekends Robotech Industry Panel at the 2012 New York Comic-Con were given an exclusive look at Robotech: Love Live Alive! The direct to video feature, a co-production between Harmony Gold and Tatsunoko Productions, will contain new animation and has recently wrapped its voice recordings in Los Angeles!

Harmony Gold revealed to New York Comic-Con attendees the full cast of Robotech Love Live Alive:

CAST (in alphabetical order):
Frank Catalano reprising his role as Rand
Cameron Clarke reprising his role as Lancer
Richard Epcar reprising his role as Lunk
Barbara Goodson reprising her role as Sera
Susie London reprising her role as Rook
Greg Snegoff reprising his role as Scott Bernard


The voice directon for Robotech: Love Live Alive was provided by Greg Snegoff and overseen by Harmony Gold creative director Tommy Yune. Currently Robotech Love Live Alive is in post-production and will be completed in late 2012. Harmony Gold is currently in negotiations with distributors for a release next year. Check out the photos from the Robotech: Love Live Alive recording sessions on our Facebook page.

 

Greg Snegoff and the audio engineer watch as Cam Clarke performs his lines as Lancer
Susie London (voice of Rook Bartley) went MIA for many years, but Greg Snegoff was able to track her down for this production
Richard Epcar (voice of Lunk) with Del Casher, the owner of the recording studio and also the inventor of the wah-wah pedal for electric guitars!



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