Yeah it was pretty funny to hear the Voltron force call Corran out on stuff like "don't you think you should explain this to use a little more?" or the 5 pilots trying to pilot the lions for the first time and Corran'll says something like "don't you think you should do some training first?!"
Plus, it's way more violent than I thought it'd be. I figured it'd be a little more violent, but not that much. Good stuff!
Just watched episode 52 of Voltron. It was the last episode of Go-Lion, the next 20 episodes of Lion Voltron were American produced. You can totally tell how they punk out of Lotor's death, so that he is around for the next batch of episodes.
Also, they cut to alot of shots of Vehicle Voltron (Dairugger XV) which aired right after, then when that was done they started airing the other 20 American written.
Just started watching episode 53 of Voltron (the American produced one), holy fuck, they look like shit and story feels so tacked on and welfare
I look forward to watching Go-Lion to see how this REALLY pans out.
Also, I am pumped for Vehicle Voltron at the end of the month (and Dairugger XV in 2009)
Realizes that I now have nothing to look forward to since Battlestar finished