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With Keith (Steven Yeun) continuing to go on dangerous missions with the Blade of Marmora, and pull back from his responsibilities as a paladin of Voltron, the team is left without a pilot for the Black Lion. When what begins as a show of power to rally planets to their cause ends in a Galra attack that puts the other paladins in harms way, Shiro (Josh Keaton) is forced to make a tough choice and once again take over as the paladin of the Black Lion and the leader of Voltron.

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Whatever happened to Shiro (Josh Keaton)? The Black Lion’s paladin disappeared during the Season finale. While offering hints that there’s far more to the story than what we are seeing, “The Journey” picks up Shiro’s thread when the paladin breaks out of a Galra ship. After a crash landing on a frozen moon, dealing with a pair of resistance fighters, and stowing away on another cruiser, Shiro finally finds his way back to Voltron. It will take several days alone in the black of space, however, before his eventual reunion with his friends.

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Musical chairs is the theme of the second episode of Voltron‘s Third Season. With the Black Lion‘s acceptance of Keith (Steven Yeun) as its new paladin a new spot opens up in the team. For his acceptance of Keith’s new role, Lance (Jeremy Shada) is accepted as the paladin of the Red Lion leaving the Blue Lion available for Princess Allura (Kimberly Brooks). With a line-up that more closely resembles that of the original Voltron cartoon, Voltron now again has five paladins to protect the universe. And it seems the universe does need protecting.

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Voltron: Legendary Defender begins its shortened Third Season with rebellion against the Galra spreading like wild fire. While Haggar (Cree Summer) has kept the severity of Emperor Zarkon from his soldiers, Prince Lotor (A.J. Locasio) has arrived to take control. Distrusted by his exile, rumors of his mercy, his unorthodox style, his love of “half-breeds,” and his sudden appearance, Lotor makes an impressive introduction to the troops quickly dispatching on of his most popular rivals. Zarkon may be gone, but it appears the Galra aren’t giving up their empire without a fight.

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VOLTRON LEGENDARY DEFENDER THEME SONG ACAPELLA

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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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