It’s the final part of our Voltron review trilogy where we look at the Bandai Japan’s Soul of Chogokin GX-71 figure. How does this compare to the other two? Watch and find out! This review is of the combination of the five lions.
In part 1 of our Voltron review trilogy, we take a look at the Playmates 16″ Voltron Legendary Defender toy, based off the new Netflix series. This review is of the combination of the five lions. Shock ‘n Awe Toy Reviews: 2 Idiots. 1 camera. And a review. Please comment below and if you enjoyed our review, like and subscribe to our channel. Let us know what you liked, didn’t like and any ideas you may have for other toys you’d like to see reviewed in future episodes! Twitter: @ShockNAweToys Follow Wilson on Twitter @scaabs Follow the Berg on Twitter
Ismahawk has a new video for fans of giant robots controlled by kids – Power Rangers vs. Voltron in the fourth episode of Minute Match-Ups.
If you are going to the New York Comic Con this week, be sure to park your behind at the Voltron Legendary Defender panel to get your hands on a fantastic poster.
PRESS RELEASE: As fans finish watching this summer’s DreamWorks Voltron Legendary Defender on Netflix, they’ll have a whole new chapter waiting for them in print: comic books from Lion Forge Comics. Releasing in July, the comic series expands the adventures of the paladins of Voltron with the first of a five-part series of Voltron Legendary Defender comics. The mini-series is the first of several planned expansions of new storylines between seasons.