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13th May '16 4:58:42 PM WillKeaton
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While changes to ''Voltron'' were not as severe as those made to ''Anime/{{Robotech}}'', alterations were made to fit the two series together. arkon (''Lion Voltron'''s main villain) is in this continuity a vassal of the Drule Empire (the bad guys of ''Vehicle Voltron''), the two short kids are now brothers, and the Galaxy Garrison of ''Dairugger'' has scenes cut into ''Lion Voltron'' in which they would talk about the situation, but never do anything about them, as there was no fight footage available that featured the conversing characters. There was even supposed to be a third series from a Toei anime, ''Anime/{{Albegas}}'' which was was never used. The two Voltron series, ''Voltron: Defender of the Far Universe'' (aka ''Lion Voltron'') and ''Voltron: Defender of the Near Universe'' (aka ''Vehicle Voltron''), occupied completely different storylines. Eventually, additional episodes of ''Lion Voltron'' were made with all-new footage from Toei Animation, which were not based on anything from ''[=GoLion=]''. A special called "Fleet of Doom", featuring ''both'' Voltrons, was also produced in this way.

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While changes to ''Voltron'' were not as severe as those made to ''Anime/{{Robotech}}'', alterations were made to fit the two series together. arkon Zarkon (''Lion Voltron'''s main villain) is in this continuity a vassal of the Drule Empire (the bad guys of ''Vehicle Voltron''), the two short kids are now brothers, and the Galaxy Garrison of ''Dairugger'' has scenes cut into ''Lion Voltron'' in which they would talk about the situation, but never do anything about them, as there was no fight footage available that featured the conversing characters. There was even supposed to be a third series from a Toei anime, ''Anime/{{Albegas}}'' which was was never used. The two Voltron series, ''Voltron: Defender of the Far Universe'' (aka ''Lion Voltron'') and ''Voltron: Defender of the Near Universe'' (aka ''Vehicle Voltron''), occupied completely different storylines. Eventually, additional episodes of ''Lion Voltron'' were made with all-new footage from Toei Animation, which were not based on anything from ''[=GoLion=]''. A special called "Fleet of Doom", featuring ''both'' Voltrons, was also produced in this way.
13th May '16 4:57:56 PM WillKeaton
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While changes to ''Voltron'' were not as severe as those made to''Anime/{{Robotech}}'', alterations were made to fit the two series together. arkon (''Lion Voltron'''s main villain) is in this continuity a vassal of the Drule Empire (the bad guys of ''Vehicle Voltron''), the two short kids are now brothers, and the Galaxy Garrison of ''Dairugger'' has scenes cut into ''Lion Voltron'' in which they would talk about the situation, but never do anything about them, as there was no fight footage available that featured the conversing characters. There was even supposed to be a third series from a Toei anime, ''Anime/{{Albegas}}'' which was was never used. The two Voltron series, ''Voltron: Defender of the Far Universe'' (aka ''Lion Voltron'') and ''Voltron: Defender of the Near Universe'' (aka ''Vehicle Voltron''), occupied completely different storylines. Eventually, additional episodes of ''Lion Voltron'' were made with all-new footage from Toei Animation, which were not based on anything from ''[=GoLion=]''. A special called "Fleet of Doom", featuring ''both'' Voltrons, was also produced in this way.

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While changes to ''Voltron'' were not as severe as those made to''Anime/{{Robotech}}'', to ''Anime/{{Robotech}}'', alterations were made to fit the two series together. arkon (''Lion Voltron'''s main villain) is in this continuity a vassal of the Drule Empire (the bad guys of ''Vehicle Voltron''), the two short kids are now brothers, and the Galaxy Garrison of ''Dairugger'' has scenes cut into ''Lion Voltron'' in which they would talk about the situation, but never do anything about them, as there was no fight footage available that featured the conversing characters. There was even supposed to be a third series from a Toei anime, ''Anime/{{Albegas}}'' which was was never used. The two Voltron series, ''Voltron: Defender of the Far Universe'' (aka ''Lion Voltron'') and ''Voltron: Defender of the Near Universe'' (aka ''Vehicle Voltron''), occupied completely different storylines. Eventually, additional episodes of ''Lion Voltron'' were made with all-new footage from Toei Animation, which were not based on anything from ''[=GoLion=]''. A special called "Fleet of Doom", featuring ''both'' Voltrons, was also produced in this way.
11th May '16 4:50:10 PM WillKeaton
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In more recent Voltron continuation news, there's {{Nickelodeon}}[=/=]{{Nicktoons}}' ''WesternAnimation/VoltronForce'', another CGI ''Lion Voltron'' SequelSeries that premiered in spring of 2011. It picks up [[TimeSkip seven years]] after the original. After an incident, the lions went crazy and were decommissioned by the Galactic Military, but when Lotor comes BackFromTheDead, it's up to the old team and the lions, as well as [[SpaceCadet three new trainees]] to stop his evil plans. In 2016, ''WesternAnimation/VoltronLegendaryDefender'', a new "reimagined" Voltron series was announced by Creator/{{Netflix}} and Creator/DreamworksAnimation called [[http://www.voltron.com/#/news/single/new-voltron-series-coming-to-netflix Voltron: Legendary Defender.]] In the meantime, a select amount of episodes from ''Lion Voltron'', ''Vehicle Voltron'', ''Voltron: The Third Dimension'', ''Voltron Force'', and English subbed ''[=GoLion=]'' are [[https://www.youtube.com/user/WEP/playlists available to stream]] from WEP's [=YouTube=] channel, though ''Lion Voltron'' and ''[=GoLion=]'' have the most available for viewing. The full series of ''Voltron Force'' is also available on Netflix and ''Voltron: Legendary Defender'' will be available on Netflix on June 10, 2016.

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In more recent Voltron continuation news, there's {{Nickelodeon}}[=/=]{{Nicktoons}}' ''WesternAnimation/VoltronForce'', another CGI ''Lion Voltron'' SequelSeries that premiered in spring of 2011. It picks up [[TimeSkip seven years]] after the original. After an incident, the lions went crazy and were decommissioned by the Galactic Military, but when Lotor comes BackFromTheDead, it's up to the old team and the lions, as well as [[SpaceCadet three new trainees]] to stop his evil plans. In 2016, ''WesternAnimation/VoltronLegendaryDefender'', a new "reimagined" Voltron series was announced by Creator/{{Netflix}} and Creator/DreamworksAnimation called [[http://www.voltron.com/#/news/single/new-voltron-series-coming-to-netflix Voltron: Legendary Defender.]] Creator/DreamworksAnimation. In the meantime, a select amount of episodes from ''Lion Voltron'', ''Vehicle Voltron'', ''Voltron: The Third Dimension'', ''Voltron Force'', and English subbed ''[=GoLion=]'' are [[https://www.youtube.com/user/WEP/playlists available to stream]] from WEP's [=YouTube=] channel, though ''Lion Voltron'' and ''[=GoLion=]'' have the most available for viewing. The full series of ''Voltron Force'' is also available on Netflix and ''Voltron: Legendary Defender'' will be available on Netflix on June 10, 2016.
11th May '16 4:49:09 PM WillKeaton
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In the United States toy market, ''Lion Voltron'' was sold under the name "Voltron III", while ''Vehicle Voltron'' was sold as "Voltron I". A third Voltron, "Voltron II", was also available. This "Gladiator" Voltron was based on ''Anime/{{Albegas}}'', which as mentioned above, was intended to be used for the third season that never materialized..

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In the United States toy market, ''Lion Voltron'' was sold under the name "Voltron III", while ''Vehicle Voltron'' was sold as "Voltron I". A third Voltron, "Voltron II", was also available. This "Gladiator" Voltron was based on ''Anime/{{Albegas}}'', which as mentioned above, was intended to be used for the third season that never materialized..
materialized.



In more recent Voltron continuation news, there's {{Nickelodeon}}[=/=]{{Nicktoons}}' ''WesternAnimation/VoltronForce'', another CGI ''Lion Voltron'' SequelSeries that premiered in spring of 2011. It picks up [[TimeSkip seven years]] after the original. After an incident, the lions went crazy and were decommissioned by the Galactic Military, but when Lotor comes BackFromTheDead, it's up to the old team and the lions, as well as [[SpaceCadet three new trainees]] to stop his evil plans. In 2016, ''WesternAnimation/VoltronLegendaryDefender'', a new "reimagined" Voltron series was announced by Creator/{{Netflix}} and Creator/DreamworksAnimation [[http://www.voltron.com/#/news/single/new-voltron-series-coming-to-netflix]]. In the meantime, a select amount of episodes from ''Lion Voltron'', ''Vehicle Voltron'', ''Voltron: The Third Dimension'', ''Voltron Force'', and English subbed ''[=GoLion=]'' are [[https://www.youtube.com/user/WEP/playlists available to stream]] from WEP's [=YouTube=] channel, though ''Lion Voltron'' and ''[=GoLion=]'' have the most available for viewing. The full series of ''Voltron Force'' is also available on Netflix and ''Voltron: Legendary Defender'' will be available on Netflix on June 10, 2016.

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In more recent Voltron continuation news, there's {{Nickelodeon}}[=/=]{{Nicktoons}}' ''WesternAnimation/VoltronForce'', another CGI ''Lion Voltron'' SequelSeries that premiered in spring of 2011. It picks up [[TimeSkip seven years]] after the original. After an incident, the lions went crazy and were decommissioned by the Galactic Military, but when Lotor comes BackFromTheDead, it's up to the old team and the lions, as well as [[SpaceCadet three new trainees]] to stop his evil plans. In 2016, ''WesternAnimation/VoltronLegendaryDefender'', a new "reimagined" Voltron series was announced by Creator/{{Netflix}} and Creator/DreamworksAnimation called [[http://www.voltron.com/#/news/single/new-voltron-series-coming-to-netflix]]. com/#/news/single/new-voltron-series-coming-to-netflix Voltron: Legendary Defender.]] In the meantime, a select amount of episodes from ''Lion Voltron'', ''Vehicle Voltron'', ''Voltron: The Third Dimension'', ''Voltron Force'', and English subbed ''[=GoLion=]'' are [[https://www.youtube.com/user/WEP/playlists available to stream]] from WEP's [=YouTube=] channel, though ''Lion Voltron'' and ''[=GoLion=]'' have the most available for viewing. The full series of ''Voltron Force'' is also available on Netflix and ''Voltron: Legendary Defender'' will be available on Netflix on June 10, 2016.
11th May '16 4:47:42 PM WillKeaton
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''Lion Voltron'' is better remembered, probably because it aired first; this is one reason the ''Anime/{{Macross}}'' part of ''Anime/{{Robotech}}'' is remembered more than the latter parts. (It should be noted that the other series of both shows still have their fans.) (Robotech would eventually crossover with Voltron in the Robotech/Voltron comic miniseries released by Dynamite Entertainment in 2013.) ''Vehicle Voltron'' had a whopping fifteen characters (essentially three five-man bands who all joined up in the end); the target audience (children) could barely keep them sorted out then, much less remember them fondly as adults. A feew fans, however, prefer "Vehicle Voltron" for its more realistic and somewhat harder sci-fi premise, in which colonists people settle new planets when the old are dying or have become over-populated.

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''Lion Voltron'' is better remembered, probably because it aired first; this is one reason the ''Anime/{{Macross}}'' part of ''Anime/{{Robotech}}'' is remembered more than the latter parts. (It should be noted that the other series of both shows still have their fans.) (Robotech would eventually crossover with Voltron in the Robotech/Voltron comic miniseries released by Dynamite Entertainment in 2013.) ''Vehicle Voltron'' had a whopping fifteen characters (essentially three five-man bands who all joined up in the end); the target audience (children) could barely keep them sorted out then, much less remember them fondly as adults. A feew few fans, however, prefer "Vehicle Voltron" for its more realistic and somewhat harder sci-fi premise, in which colonists people settle new planets when the old are dying or have become over-populated.
11th May '16 4:46:57 PM WillKeaton
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'''''Voltron''''' is a CombiningMecha cartoon, created in 1984 by combining the Creator/{{Toei|Animation}} animes''Anime/{{GoLion}}'' and ''Anime/DairuggerXV''. (It was necessary to meet the minimum 65 episodes for syndication). ''Voltron'' is still considered ''the'' combining mecha anime in areas of pop culture that don't have much crossover with anime fandom,[[note]]for instance, hip-hop, Voltron featured heavily in a series of rap [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IkODvs4grqE "Sprite" commercials,]] in the early 2000's and the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gFeFsUTr2JI theme song]] for the 2011 Voltron series, Voltron Force was done by rapper/hip-hop producer Swizz Beats,[[/note]] but even anime fans still love it. Creator/WorldEventsProductions had intended to use ''Anime/MiraiRoboDaltanious'' to make ''Voltron'', but they asked Toei for "the show with the lion" and were sent ''[=GoLion=]'' instead. They decied that they likedthatt better. Daltanious, ironically, is made up of one of each of the types of robots used in the ''Voltron'' series: a lion, a vehicle, and a humanoid "gladiator".

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'''''Voltron''''' is a CombiningMecha cartoon, created in 1984 by combining the Creator/{{Toei|Animation}} animes''Anime/{{GoLion}}'' and ''Anime/DairuggerXV''. (It was necessary to meet the minimum 65 episodes for syndication). ''Voltron'' is still considered ''the'' combining mecha anime in areas of pop culture that don't have much crossover with anime fandom,[[note]]for instance, hip-hop, Voltron featured heavily in a series of rap [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IkODvs4grqE "Sprite" commercials,]] in the early 2000's and the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gFeFsUTr2JI theme song]] for the 2011 Voltron series, Voltron Force was done by rapper/hip-hop producer Swizz Beats,[[/note]] but even anime fans still love it. Creator/WorldEventsProductions had intended to use ''Anime/MiraiRoboDaltanious'' to make ''Voltron'', but they asked Toei for "the show with the lion" and were sent ''[=GoLion=]'' instead. They decied decided that they likedthatt liked that better. Daltanious, ironically, is made up of one of each of the types of robots used in the ''Voltron'' series: a lion, a vehicle, and a humanoid "gladiator".
11th May '16 4:45:19 PM WillKeaton
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'''''Voltron''''' is a CombiningMecha cartoon, created in 1984 by combining the Creator/{{Toei|Animation}} animes''Anime/{{GoLion}}'' and ''Anime/DairuggerXV''. (It was necessary to meet the minimum 65 episodes for syndication). ''Voltron'' is still considered ''the'' combining mecha anime in areas of pop culture that don't have much crossover with anime fandom[[note]]for instance, hip-hop, Voltron featured heavily in a series of rap [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IkODvs4grqE "Sprite" commercials]] in the early 2000's and the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gFeFsUTr2JI theme song]] for the 2011 Voltron series, Voltron Force was done by rapper/hip-hop producer Swizz Beats[[/note]], but even anime fans still love it. Creator/WorldEventsProductions had intended to use ''Anime/MiraiRoboDaltanious'' to make ''Voltron'', but they asked Toei for "the show with the lion" and were sent ''[=GoLion=]'' instead. They decied that they likedthatt better. Daltanious, ironically, is made up of one of each of the types of robots used in the ''Voltron'' series: a lion, a vehicle, and a humanoid "gladiator".

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'''''Voltron''''' is a CombiningMecha cartoon, created in 1984 by combining the Creator/{{Toei|Animation}} animes''Anime/{{GoLion}}'' and ''Anime/DairuggerXV''. (It was necessary to meet the minimum 65 episodes for syndication). ''Voltron'' is still considered ''the'' combining mecha anime in areas of pop culture that don't have much crossover with anime fandom[[note]]for fandom,[[note]]for instance, hip-hop, Voltron featured heavily in a series of rap [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IkODvs4grqE "Sprite" commercials]] commercials,]] in the early 2000's and the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gFeFsUTr2JI theme song]] for the 2011 Voltron series, Voltron Force was done by rapper/hip-hop producer Swizz Beats[[/note]], Beats,[[/note]] but even anime fans still love it. Creator/WorldEventsProductions had intended to use ''Anime/MiraiRoboDaltanious'' to make ''Voltron'', but they asked Toei for "the show with the lion" and were sent ''[=GoLion=]'' instead. They decied that they likedthatt better. Daltanious, ironically, is made up of one of each of the types of robots used in the ''Voltron'' series: a lion, a vehicle, and a humanoid "gladiator".
11th May '16 10:11:59 AM frogpatrol
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A CombiningMecha cartoon, created in 1984 by combining the Creator/{{Toei|Animation}} anime shows ''Anime/{{GoLion}}'' and ''Anime/DairuggerXV'' (this was necessary to meet the minimum 65 episodes for syndication). This is still considered ''the'' combining mecha anime in areas of pop culture that don't have much crossover with anime fandom[[note]]for instance, hip-hop, Voltron featured heavily in a series of rap [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IkODvs4grqE "Sprite" commercials]] in the early 2000's and the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gFeFsUTr2JI theme song]] for the 2011 Voltron series, Voltron Force was done by rapper/hip-hop producer Swizz Beats[[/note]], but even anime fans still love it. According to WordOfGod, Creator/WorldEventsProductions originally intended to use ''Anime/MiraiRoboDaltanious'' to make ''Voltron'', but they asked Toei for "the show with the lion" and were sent ''[=GoLion=]'' instead, then ended up deciding that they liked it better. Ironically, Daltanious is made up of one of each of the types of robots used in the ''Voltron'' series: a lion, a vehicle, and a humanoid "gladiator".

While not as severe as the editing of ''Anime/{{Robotech}}'', changes were made to fit the two series together, such as Zarkon (''Lion Voltron'''s main villain) being sort of a vassal of the Drule Empire (the bad guys of ''Vehicle Voltron''), the two short kids being brothers, and the Galaxy Garrison of ''Dairugger'' having scenes cut into ''Lion Voltron'', where they would talk about the situation, but never do anything (since there was no "fight footage" available that featured the conversing characters). There was even supposed to be a third series from a Toei anime, ''Anime/{{Albegas}}'', but it was never used. The two Voltron series, ''Voltron: Defender of the Far Universe'' (aka ''Lion Voltron'') and ''Voltron: Defender of the Near Universe'' (aka ''Vehicle Voltron''), occupied completely different storylines. Eventually, additional episodes of ''Lion Voltron'' were made with all new footage from Toei Animation, which were not based on anything from ''[=GoLion=]''. A special called "Fleet of Doom", which featured ''both'' Voltrons, was also produced in this way.

''Lion Voltron'' is better remembered, probably because it aired first; this is the same reason the ''Anime/{{Macross}}'' part of ''Anime/{{Robotech}}'' is often remembered more than the latter parts. (It should be noted that the other series of both shows still have their fans.) Funnily enough, Robotech would eventually crossover with Voltron in the Robotech/Voltron comic miniseries released by Dynamite Entertainment in 2013. ''Vehicle Voltron'' had a whopping 15 characters (essentially three five-man bands who all joined up in the end); the target audience (children) could barely keep them sorted out then, much less remember them fondly as adults. Some fans, however prefer "Vehicle Voltron" for its more realistic and somewhat harder sci-fi premise, involving people settling new planets when the old are dying or have become over populated.

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A '''''Voltron''''' is a CombiningMecha cartoon, created in 1984 by combining the Creator/{{Toei|Animation}} anime shows ''Anime/{{GoLion}}'' animes''Anime/{{GoLion}}'' and ''Anime/DairuggerXV'' (this ''Anime/DairuggerXV''. (It was necessary to meet the minimum 65 episodes for syndication). This ''Voltron'' is still considered ''the'' combining mecha anime in areas of pop culture that don't have much crossover with anime fandom[[note]]for instance, hip-hop, Voltron featured heavily in a series of rap [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IkODvs4grqE "Sprite" commercials]] in the early 2000's and the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gFeFsUTr2JI theme song]] for the 2011 Voltron series, Voltron Force was done by rapper/hip-hop producer Swizz Beats[[/note]], but even anime fans still love it. According to WordOfGod, Creator/WorldEventsProductions originally had intended to use ''Anime/MiraiRoboDaltanious'' to make ''Voltron'', but they asked Toei for "the show with the lion" and were sent ''[=GoLion=]'' instead, then ended up deciding instead. They decied that they liked it likedthatt better. Ironically, Daltanious Daltanious, ironically, is made up of one of each of the types of robots used in the ''Voltron'' series: a lion, a vehicle, and a humanoid "gladiator".

While changes to ''Voltron'' were not as severe as the editing of ''Anime/{{Robotech}}'', changes those made to''Anime/{{Robotech}}'', alterations were made to fit the two series together, such as Zarkon together. arkon (''Lion Voltron'''s main villain) being sort of is in this continuity a vassal of the Drule Empire (the bad guys of ''Vehicle Voltron''), the two short kids being are now brothers, and the Galaxy Garrison of ''Dairugger'' having has scenes cut into ''Lion Voltron'', where Voltron'' in which they would talk about the situation, but never do anything (since about them, as there was no "fight footage" fight footage available that featured the conversing characters). characters. There was even supposed to be a third series from a Toei anime, ''Anime/{{Albegas}}'', but it ''Anime/{{Albegas}}'' which was was never used. The two Voltron series, ''Voltron: Defender of the Far Universe'' (aka ''Lion Voltron'') and ''Voltron: Defender of the Near Universe'' (aka ''Vehicle Voltron''), occupied completely different storylines. Eventually, additional episodes of ''Lion Voltron'' were made with all new all-new footage from Toei Animation, which were not based on anything from ''[=GoLion=]''. A special called "Fleet of Doom", which featured featuring ''both'' Voltrons, was also produced in this way.

''Lion Voltron'' is better remembered, probably because it aired first; this is the same one reason the ''Anime/{{Macross}}'' part of ''Anime/{{Robotech}}'' is often remembered more than the latter parts. (It should be noted that the other series of both shows still have their fans.) Funnily enough, Robotech (Robotech would eventually crossover with Voltron in the Robotech/Voltron comic miniseries released by Dynamite Entertainment in 2013. 2013.) ''Vehicle Voltron'' had a whopping 15 fifteen characters (essentially three five-man bands who all joined up in the end); the target audience (children) could barely keep them sorted out then, much less remember them fondly as adults. Some A feew fans, however however, prefer "Vehicle Voltron" for its more realistic and somewhat harder sci-fi premise, involving in which colonists people settling settle new planets when the old are dying or have become over populated.
over-populated.
27th Mar '16 9:40:17 PM TargetmasterJoe
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In more recent Voltron continuation news, there's {{Nickelodeon}}[=/=]{{Nicktoons}}' ''WesternAnimation/VoltronForce'', another CGI ''Lion Voltron'' SequelSeries that premiered in spring of 2011. It picks up [[TimeSkip seven years]] after the original. After an incident, the lions went crazy and were decommissioned by the Galactic Military, but when Lotor comes BackFromTheDead, it's up to the old team and the lions, as well as [[SpaceCadet three new trainees]] to stop his evil plans. In 2016, ''Voltron: Legendary Defender'', a new "reimagined" Voltron series was announced by Creator/{{Netflix}} and Creator/DreamworksAnimation [[http://www.voltron.com/#/news/single/new-voltron-series-coming-to-netflix]]. In the meantime, a select amount of episodes from ''Lion Voltron'', ''Vehicle Voltron'', ''Voltron: The Third Dimension'', ''Voltron Force'', and English subbed ''[=GoLion=]'' are [[https://www.youtube.com/user/WEP/playlists available to stream]] from WEP's [=YouTube=] channel, though ''Lion Voltron'' and ''[=GoLion=]'' have the most available for viewing. The full series of ''Voltron Force'' is also available on Netflix.

to:

In more recent Voltron continuation news, there's {{Nickelodeon}}[=/=]{{Nicktoons}}' ''WesternAnimation/VoltronForce'', another CGI ''Lion Voltron'' SequelSeries that premiered in spring of 2011. It picks up [[TimeSkip seven years]] after the original. After an incident, the lions went crazy and were decommissioned by the Galactic Military, but when Lotor comes BackFromTheDead, it's up to the old team and the lions, as well as [[SpaceCadet three new trainees]] to stop his evil plans. In 2016, ''Voltron: Legendary Defender'', ''WesternAnimation/VoltronLegendaryDefender'', a new "reimagined" Voltron series was announced by Creator/{{Netflix}} and Creator/DreamworksAnimation [[http://www.voltron.com/#/news/single/new-voltron-series-coming-to-netflix]]. In the meantime, a select amount of episodes from ''Lion Voltron'', ''Vehicle Voltron'', ''Voltron: The Third Dimension'', ''Voltron Force'', and English subbed ''[=GoLion=]'' are [[https://www.youtube.com/user/WEP/playlists available to stream]] from WEP's [=YouTube=] channel, though ''Lion Voltron'' and ''[=GoLion=]'' have the most available for viewing. The full series of ''Voltron Force'' is also available on Netflix.
Netflix and ''Voltron: Legendary Defender'' will be available on Netflix on June 10, 2016.
3rd Mar '16 2:16:14 PM tracer
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** Enemy troopers who were obviously getting killed were said to be "android stormtroopers."
** Space fighters that blew up were dubbed "robot attack ships."
** When a Sea Team member has a flashback to his brother dying a tragic death, the American dub ends with him saying "Oh, brother, I'm so glad you're all right!"
** An angry, bloodthirsty mob storming the Presidential base on Planet Druel were heard screaming "Capture the president! Capture the president!"
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