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Lion Force Voltron

Voltron, Defender of the Universe originally aired in the United States in 1984. It consisted of 52 episodes and soonafter, merchandising and ratings proved the show popular enough for a second season. So, World Events Productions, owner of the series asked Toei Animation Co. of Japan, "Voltron's" creator, for production of a second season.



Twenty episodes aired in this season and consisted of subpar artistry and scripts. A two part episode "special" occurred a couple of years later called "Fleet of Doom" and consisted of the two Voltron series.

 













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That second series of Voltron I am talking about is commonly referred to as Vehicle Voltron. I am uncertain as to exactly when this series made it's appearance, but it did air shortly after the run of the first season of Lion Force Voltron. I am also uncertain as to how many episodes were in this Voltron though it did only seem to have a single season run. Voltron reappeared in I believe, 1988 in syndication on the USA Network. Also, Voltron LionForce was briefly picked up by the Cartoon Network in 1997/98. It's second season ran at the same time in limited markets as "The New Adventures of Voltron." The Vehicle Voltron has yet to make a reappearance in over a decade

The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers ripped off Voltron completely. The same number of characters, the same type of robot that form from the five of them. But of course we all know which is the better show. Wink!

 

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