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(Click to enlarge.)

So here we see that Vince Grant comes from the state of America. I suppose geography lessons are not considered all that important when you're battling over entire star systems…

But the funniest thing to me is that his age is given as 36. That would mean Vince was born in 2008, fathered Bowie at the ripe old age of 5, and was all of 14 when the SDF-3 headed for deep space in 2022.

On the other hand, he does look remarkably well-preserved for the late-40s-to-early-50s age that he technically should be in 2044. Relativistic travel slowing the aging process? A result of exposure to protoculture radiation and shadow-dimensional fields? (After all, if they can increase bust size dramatically in the female, perhaps they just cause slower aging in the male? Oh, but wait—that wouldn't account for Rick Hunter, who looks about a million years old now.)

Incidentally, the tiny text at the top of the screen is, as nearly as I can make out, "Note that you need a verification code that will be sent to your e-mail to be able to activate your user…" So we find that the Neutron-S missiles are actually detonated by web forum registration software.

Props to Darkwater from The Unofficial Robotech Reporter for pointing the age and state things out to me.

Oh, and by the way, any Robotech fans who don't read the message boards and so forth, check out Space Station Liberty to see what future shows I've got scheduled. There's some good ones coming up. I've also posted a couple of pre-recorded shows lately.
robotech_master: (dande)

Left: Vince Grant as played by Samuel L. Jackson. Right: Vince Grant as played by Denzel Washington. (Click to enlarge)

Well, all right, seriously…isn't it just amazing what a little plastic surgery can do? It's good to see he got that cross-eyedness taken care of, too.

Note also the major advance in REF clipboard technology.

Well, all right, maybe not quite so seriously after all.

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