Voltron: Legendary Defender season 3 is scheduled to hit Netflix in regions like America on August 4th. This continuation of the seriesinspired by the localization of 1981 Toei anime Beast King GoLion, picks up where January's season 2 ended. Japanese fans are getting a change to see the show this summer with the series now hitting their local version of the streaming service.
Voltron: Legendary Defender will be doubling-up in 2017 with season 3 scheduled to hit Netflix streaming August 4th. This continuation of the series from DreamWorks Animation and World Events Productions and animated by Studio Mir, inspired by the localization of Toei anime Beast King GoLion, picks up where January's season 2 ended. The series has a 78-episode commitment from Netflix, so prepare for lots more epic robot action to come.
Enthusiast site Den of Geeks has reported that last weekend's New York Toy Fair industry expo featured promotions proclaiming that season three of Voltron: Legendary Defender will hit Netflix in September 2017. Leading into these 13 episiodes, “additional content” from season two will be this April, into the summer. More after the jump.
See what happens when a Voltron fan and his son get amazing custom gifts: a matching pair of lion robot bikes! Check out the entire process in the latest Super-Fan Builds video, after the jump.
The hit anime remake Voltron: Legendary Defender is heading home this January. As the US prepares for Season 2, Japan will be sitting down to watch the first season of the show. Hit the jump to find out more!
Deadline has reported that part of the fall-out from Universal Pictures' deal with DreamWorks Animation is that the studio has inherited a live-action version of combining mecha property Voltron that was being developed by DWA when it was being run by Jeffrey Katzenberg. David Hayter, who wrote X-Men and Watchmen movies, same individual known for his Metal Gear voice work, is attached to script the project. Tom Engelman is producing.
News out of the project's San Diego Comic-Con panel is that Voltron: Legendary Defender, DreamWorks Animation's take on the 1984 World Events Productions localized Toei's Beast King GoLion, is heading back to Netflix with season 2 later this year. More after the jump.
"Chogokin" ("super alloy") is the manga equivalent of Marvel Comic's adamantium, introduced as the building block for the pioneering piloted mech Mazinger Z. In the '70s, "Chogokin" also became Bandai's Popy brand's name for die-cast metal figures. With Comic-Con International: San Diego coming up July21-24, Bandai and their Tamashii Nations have teased a figure of Voltron with chogokin die-cast elements.
Whether you have nostalgia for the original Voltron or just want to see what Dreamworks is cooking up for the reimagining, Netflix is here with a full official trailer. The whole series is set to start streaming on June 10, and you can see the latest preview after the jump.
This weekend's Wonder-Con sci-fi/comics event presented news that DreamWorks Animation’s Voltron: Legendary Defender will premiere with 13 episodes on Netfix on June 10th. Additionally, the series' cast was introduced, and a clip offers a look at what to expect. Get a look after the jump.
This Friday, WonderCon in Anaheim, California will be screening a first look at footage from Voltron: Legendary Defender, 13 episodes of which will be streaming on Netflix later this year courtesy of DreamWorks Animation. Leading into this showcase, USA Today has posted a first look at the titular combining lion mech and spoken to executive producers Lauren Montgomer and Joaquim Dos Santos.
Geek entertainment site Nerdist unveiled that Lauren Montgomery and Joaquim Dos Santos will be the showrunners who will be helming Netflix's Voltron series. . Montgomery was a producer on Legend of Korra, a storyboard artist on Avatar: The Last Airbender, as well as a director for DC Animated movies, like Green Lantern: First Flight. Likewise, Dos Santos served as an executive producer on Legend of Korra, as well as a director for Avatar: The Last Airbender.
2016 kicked off with news that Dreamworks and Netflix were combining to form the mecha guardian of the universe inspired by World Events Productions and Toei's localization of Beast King GoLion and Armored Fleet Dairugger XV. A new teaser visual has revealed this project will be called "Voltron: Legendary Defender." Get a look after the jump.