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Voltron Legendary Defender Episode 4-5

Episode 4 – Fall of the Castle of Lions

This episode starts off with the Arusians, not my favorite part of this series. They remind me of a cross between an Ewok and Jar Jar Binks. They are not quiet as annoying as Jar Jar, but I wouldn’t miss them if they were not there. Princess Alura finds out a secret about one of the pilots and tries to draw it out of them, to no avail. A couple of the lion pilots get home sick and want to leave. Voltron wasn’t seen in this episode, but there was still plenty of action. There is a great fight scene between Shiro and Commander Sendak that shows how tough Shiro really is. The writing continues to be really well done. My only complaint is the Arusians are starting to get on my nerves. Otherwise, it’s another great episode.

Final Score – 8/10

Family Friendly Score – 10/10

I’m not expecting the Family Friendly score to go much lower then this; it is technically a kids show. Don’t let that stop you though. The writing is good enough that, whatever your age, you should be able to enjoy it.

Episode 5 – Tears of the Balmera

We meet a new alien race called the Balmorans, who help out Hunk and Coran. They are slaves to Emperor Zarkon, and don’t understand that they can be free. There are more flashbacks to help fill in Pidge’s story. One of the things I really like about this reboot is how deep they have made Pidge’s story. In the original, Pidge was not quiet as deep. He was more comedy relief, in some ways. Pidge battles Axis in a pretty cool fight scene. Hunk is forced to make a hard choice and the Voltron force gets better at working as a team. Again, no actual Voltron, but the cast is so strong I still had a great time. Here’s to hoping Voltron shows up in the next episode.

Final Score 9/10

Family Friendly Score 10/10

 

Toynami Voltron 30th Anniversary Collectors Set (Discontinued by manufacturer)


Features: Figure stands 11 Inch tall, Features LED light up eyes in Voltron Lion Head, Sturdy die cast and ABS construction, Comes complete with display base, lion’s mouth blade accessory and special signature Voltron badge used to activate the lights and sounds, Fully transformable and separates into 5 individual lions, Packaged in classic retro styled anniversary box

We’re pleased and excited to once more feature Voltron in our family of licenses, and what better way to kick off this new chapter than with the 30th Edition Voltron! Standing at 11 inches tall (nearly 13 inches with its display base), the 30th Anniversary edition will feature LED light-up eyes (powered by replaceable batteries) and sturdy die-cast and ABS construction, and will include a very special signature Voltron badge. This badge, when properly transformed, will become a key that can be used to activate light and sound features on the display base, including the legendary “lion’s roar.” The 30th separates into the individual lions, will also come with the lion’s-mouth blade accessory, and will come packaged in a classic retro-styled anniversary box.
List Price: $249.99 USD
New From: $209.95 USD In Stock
Used from: $187.52 USD In Stock

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