Fox Says Yes to VOLTRON Comments -


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gauleyboy420 8/10/2007 10:20:05 PM
Sonyman Keep swallowing, as usual YOU'RE DEAD WRONG. They totally made toys out of All Voltrons. I saved up forever for a for a Voltron 1. All of the vehicles seemed so cool. They made toys of all the voltrons. The lions were the coolest.
krantzbucks 8/11/2007 4:59:21 AM
"This is a really bad idea. Lion robots, I thought it was kind of reciculous even when I was a kis. Now Battle of the planets was cool." Yeah... Battle of the Planets was so conventional...yeah.....
SONYMANswallows 8/11/2007 11:24:19 AM
gauleyboy420 you are a dumbfuck. Can you not read? I said Toybiz only made the lions and and characters associated with the lions. Hence the reason I stated in 1984 at Christmas Voltron 3 was all you could fid on the shelves. gauleyboy420 take off your special helmet-ok aka I was right
lazerman 8/11/2007 6:14:07 PM
VOLTRON will blow chunck, because I would rather see ROBOTECH than that show. ROBOTECH has an amzing Plot and great action, get rid of the Min-Mei story arc and with Veritech fighters you can some amazing action scenes in space, all revolving around a Ginat SDF-1 blasting away at the Zentrati. All because some alien scientist did not want the Invid to have the power of Protoculture . . . That is way better than 5 Lion robots combining into one humanoid robot . . . lame .. Of course this is only my not so humble opinion . . .
Muenster 8/11/2007 11:20:13 PM
In 1982, at an unusual imported toy store in Milwaukee, my mother purchased me a Japanese robot toy from some animated series called GoLion. It was one of my favourite along with my micronauts and Shogun Warriors. In 1984, the series came to the USA and it was great for what it was at the time, so I devoured everthing that was Voltron. As to the storyline of this movie set in a post apocolyptic world... It could work, as the US storyline maintains that Voltron came to save the Earth in it's time of need. So long as the producers stay away from campiness, kiddy-ness, and that damned "filmed in Canada look", AND realize that the fans of Voltron have all grown up and probably have more "sophisticated" tastes now, it might just work. Well, all that said, Just how does one make an enjoyable 120 min movie about 5 giant lion robots that combine into a super giant warrior robot??? If the "creative" folks in film today can make a watchable movie about Transformers then...
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