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You can pre-order your own Voltron Pop! Vinyl Figure for the low, low price of $10.

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Voltron Cat Condo

by Cap'n Carrot on April 20, 2015 · 0 comments

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That’s right, your cats can live in their very own Voltron Cat Condo for the low, low price of $190.

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This 11in. Voltron 30th Anniversary Die-Cast Light-Up Action Figure with Sound Collectors Set (a pretty nice version of the original toys) can be yours complete with all five die-cast lions, sword, sound and light features, and display base all for the low, low price of $225.

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Voltron fans should check out artist Josh Burns’ gallery of Voltron characters. You can find more of his work on his official blog.

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I’ll admit to owning, and still having, a couple items in this list (Grimlock and Voltron), but we all have to feel envious that Shadowstalker had the coolest item from the Great American 1985 Wish Book. And no, we aren’t talking about the U.S.S. FLAGG, we’re talking about…

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Fired up on burgers and vodka, the boys take on this week in comics (and why we’re so in love with Mark Waid right now), DC’s new logo, the horrors of Rob Liefeld, and the wonder and glory of Ninjasaur, which you should go help fund via Kickstarter RIGHT THIS INSTANT.

Listen now or whenever you feel like it on iTunes!

And be sure to hit up the dadsbigplan Facebook page for some context around Bobby’s mind-boggling cap.

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Refusing to be a slave to the holiday season we offer you more random awesomeness for this week’s Wallpaper Wednesday.

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Save me from re-imagined versions of classic characters. I don’t know what exactly I was hoping from Dynamite Entertainment’s new Voltron, but I guess having it make sense, have at least an once of joy, and not screw up the franchise was simply too much to ask.

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Psych returned last night (YAH!), but in case you didn’t get enough Timothy Omundson you can check out this fan made Voltron short film with Detective Lassiter starring as the groggy pilot of the Red Lion recovring after an accident in deep space. Very cool.

VOLTRON: The End – (Live action short directed by Alex Albrecht) via You Bent My Wookie

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