In this podcast, Marc and Greg review Episodes 3 and 4 from Season 3 of Voltron Legendary Defender on Netflix: The Hunted and Hole in the Sky. We also bring Zilla back to announce the winner of the Voltron Positivity Bundle. At the end, we talk about a number of new Voltron products available right now, or coming your way soon.
Jaime Bencia (Sr. Creative Director for Digital Domain) joins Marc and Greg to talk about DreamWorks Voltron VR Chronicles, an exciting new cinematic experience that will be available across all major Virtual Reality platforms on September 26, 2017. Marc and Greg also talk about Playmates Toys Classic Combinable Voltron coming to retail shelves soon, and they review the first 2 episodes of Season 3 of Voltron Legendary Defender, Changing of the Guard and Red Paladin.
Our Voltron Fan Artist Spotlight is on Zilla for this podcast, as we honor Zilla and all her great Voltron creations. We are excited to announce a new design for our TeePublic Store, generously created by Zilla. Zilla stays with us to help review Blackout, the final episode from Season 2 of Voltron Legendary Defender, and there's a generous giveaway of a Zilla art bundle, too!
Marc is joined by special guest co-host Lexi Hoffman to interview Jamie Gray Hyder, the voice of Zethrid in Voltron Legendary Defender. After the interview, Lexi and Marc review 3 episodes from Season 2, including Escape from Beta Traz, Stayin' Alive, and Best Laid Plans.
Today is the release day for The Paladin Handbook by Simon Spotlight, and Marc and Greg give a quick preview of this latest Chapter Book for Voltron Legendary Defender. The BIG NEWS is we have an interview with LEGO® Voltron Designer Lendy Tayag, whose Voltron design will now be produced as an official LEGO kit from LEGO Ideas. After that, Marc and Greg review ALL of Season 3 of Voltron Legendary Defender on Netflix.
Marc and Greg talk to the newest cast member of Voltron Legendary Defender, AJ LoCascio, who plays Prince Lotor, son of Emperor Zarkon. AJ answers fan questions sent in from all over the world. We also complete our coverage of SDCC with the help of Shannon Muir, which includes a Fanfest Voltron panel, a Neil Kaplan panel, and Random Gibberish playing "Hear Me Roar", LIVE at Comic-Concert!
In this podcast, Marc & Greg, Shambavi, Shamus, and Dani review interviews with Joaquim Dos Santos, Lauren Montgomery, Bex Taylor-Klaus, and Tyler Labine, who all participated in a panel where the audience was pleased to see Episode 1 of Season 3 of Voltron Legendary Defender at San Diego Comic-Con 2017! 2 Lucky Winners of Voltron SDCC Prize Packs are announced as well!
As we approach SDCC, we interview Voltron Legendary Defender Story Editor Josh Hamilton, the writer of the episode we review: The Belly of the Weblum, and you'll hear the worldwide debut of "Hear Me Roar", a new Voltron-inspired song from Random Gibberish, who will be performing the song at SDCC Comic-Concert!
Marc and Greg review Voltron Legendary Defender: The Blade of Marmora, the 8th episode from Season 2 on Netflix. Our Voltron Fan Spotlight, Cubbie (aka CB Mako) from Australia, a long-time fan of Voltron AND the Podcast, joins in on the review. We also talk about Voltron books, Playmates Toys Diecast Voltron figures and SDCC.
He's back! Neil Kaplan joins us to review his favorite episode from Voltron Legendary Defender Season 2: Space Mall. You've never heard an episode review until you've heard an episode review with Neil Kaplan. So much fun! We also give a full preview for everything Voltron at San Diego Comic-Con, and you'll hear the latest updates with Playmates Toys, Lion Forge Comics and Han Cholo.
In Greg's absence, Shambhavi Kadam, Shamus Kelley and Blacky Shepherd help Marc review Episode 6 from Season 2 of Voltron Legendary Defender: The Ark of Taujeer. Blacky designs a Let's Voltron Podcast T-Shirt that will launch the TeePublic.com site for podcast merchandise.
As Let's Voltron: The Official Voltron Podcast celebrates its 100th Podcast, we have over 20 people on with your hosts, Marc Morrell and Greg Tyler, including people from your favorite show, DreamWorks' Voltron Legendary Defender, people from World Events Productions, and lots of Voltron Fans, revealing exclusive news, special announcements, and Voltron Swag giveaways galore.
Irene Fernández joins Marc and Greg to review Voltron Legendary Defender Season 2, Episode 5: Eye of the Storm. And Marc and Greg find out that Irene has a lot of real-life experiences that match with what the characters are going through in this episode. After the episode review, Marc and Greg preview episode 100 of the podcast, and let fans know how they can be on it, and win Voltron Swag!
Marc and Greg review the 4th episode in the 2nd season of Voltron Legendary Defender on Netflix: Greening the Cube. We are introduced to the Olkari, who help Pidge gain a greater bond with Green Lion, and in a sub-plot, Keith seems to have something on his mind that he hasn't told anyone on the team.
In this podcast, Marc and Greg interview Voltron Legendary Defender Line Producer Benjamin Kaltenecker. Benjamin, other than having his last name as the cow character in the second season episode, Space Mall, has a huge responsibility at DreamWorks Animation for making sure every episode of the show is on time and on budget. We learn more about his job and everything that goes into making episodes of Voltron Legendary Defender on Netflix.
Here's our special interview with Bex Taylor-Klaus, who plays Pidge on Voltron Legendary Defender. Marc and Greg talk with Bex about her career, her thoughts on playing Pidge, and everything that goes with being a part of this great show. Bex also answers questions sent in by the fans, who she appreciates very much.
We are proud to present our 2nd Voltron Fan Artist Spotlight for 2017! Mel (A.K.A. that_meiko_girl) is an animator and character designer for The White Snake Chronicles series. She's a mega gamer, nerd, and a huge Voltron fan! Marc and Greg have a great discussion with Mel about where she got her start as an artist, and the influences she's had over the years, as well as all the love for Voltron Legendary Defender. We are excited to debut an exclusive piece that Mel created just for the podcast!
WonderCon attendee Nicole joins Marc and Greg to cover the Voltron Legendary Defender panel that occurred on Sat., April 1, 2017. You'll hear the complete audio from the panel, captured by our friend, Dani DeWald. There will be lots of commentary around everything that happened during the panel, and we'll conclude with a few things that happened at WonderCon, other than the panel, and give you info on how to enter to win a signed lithograph from all 8 participants of the panel.
Marc and Greg talk about their trip to WonderCon 2017, including a visit to a recording studio to see Andrea Romano directing a Voltron Legendary Defender recording session with Jeremy Shada and Kimberly Brooks. Cast and crew were signing autographs and we had interviews with all of them. Also, there was plenty of cosplay, Voltron art, and much, much more!
In this podcast, Marc, Greg and Dani DeWald review the third episode from Season 2 of Voltron Legendary Defender, Shiro's Escape. We also have the Voltron Fan Spotlight and Voltron News about Wondercon, Playmates Toys TV Commercials, Classic Voltron Episodes on Netflix, Pidge's Birthday and Voltron Legendary Defender Volume 2 Comic Books.
At the suggestion of Donya Abramo, we are conducting a character study of Shiro from Voltron Legendary Defender. Our special guest, Dani DeWald, joins Marc and Greg to get to the heart of Shiro. Also, the Voltron Fan Spotlight comes from Nika, and we still have a Voltron Retro Commercial Sweepstakes running where you can win Voltron Playmates Toys.
New York Toy Fair brought a new wave of Voltron Legendary Defender Playmates Toys to the forefront, and Let's Voltron Podcast is grateful to Grant Birchmeier and Sarah Fetter for joining us on this podcast to talk about their experience at NYTF and what they learned firsthand from Playmates Toys.
Marc and Greg review Episode 2 of Season 2: The Depths. Plus, our Voltron Fan Spotlight is on Nami. And we preview New York Toy Fair, with some pictures taken by our on-the-spot-reporter, Sarah Fetter. More info on NYTF coming soon, but the big news concerns Season 3, and how many seasons we may get at a minimum.
Marc and Greg review the 1st episode from Season 2 of Voltron Legendary Defender: Across the Universe. Also, Risa is our Voltron Fan Spotlight and we celebrate Valentines Day, Voltron Style, with Voltron Valentines you can print yourself, a Valentines Day 15% Off Sale, and details on how to enter the Voltron Retro Commercial Sweepstakes. You can win Voltron Playmates Toys!
In this podcast, Marc and Greg interview Actor Tyler Labine, who plays Hunk in Voltron Legendary Defender. Also, our hosts review the Voltron Voice Meme from our Voltron Fan Spotlight, Faolan. And, a reminder that the Voltron Retro Commercial Sweepstakes is underway, for your chance to win Voltron Playmates Toys.
In this podcast, Marc and Greg give their overall thoughts on Season 2 of Voltron Legendary Defender with much detail, but still leave plenty of room for individual episode reviews, coming in future podcasts. We also interviewed Mike Young, CEO/Chairman of Splash Entertainment, who was a Producer of Voltron: The Third Dimension in the late '90s.
Hypable Writer and Podcaster Donya Abramo joins us from the UK as a guest co-host, and Exec. Producers Joaquim Dos Santos and Lauren Montgomery stop in to talk about Season 2 (Jan 20) of Voltron Legendary Defender on Netflix. Also, Greg and Marc kick off the Voltron Retro Commercial Sweepstakes, where we're giving away Voltron Playmates Toys as prizes.
In this podcast, Marc and Greg talk about Voltron Toys in the stores, the Season 2 Trailer, and the first 3 episodes of Voltron Legendary Defender, Season 2 (no spoilers). Kicking off 2017 is our new segment, the Voltron Fan Artist Spotlight, with our first Voltron Fan Artist, Cheetoy.
Voltron Legendary Defender Prop and Background Design Supervisor Christine Bian joins Marc and Greg to talk about designing props and backgrounds, including Voltron and each of the 5 Lions. Marc and Greg also review Playmates Toys Voltron Legendary Defender toy line, which they now have in hand. And we conclude with a very special message from the Voltron Legendary Defender Voice Cast.
December 16, 2016 is the 3rd Anniversary of Let's Voltron: The Official Voltron Podcast. Come celebrate 3 years of covering Voltron with Marc and Greg, along with our special guests, Zilla and Sarah! We talk about everything that happened this past year, including the debut of DreamWorks Animation's Voltron Legendary Defender on Netflix. We also read our Voltron Fan emails, where you've shared your personal highlights from 2016, and we look forward to 2017.
Marc and Greg interview Jeff Trojan, VP of Marketing at Playmates Toys, who they met at the Voltron Collective Fan Experience at NYCC. Playmates Toys are releasing a full line of Voltron Toys, starting January 1, 2017 (Pre-Orders Dec. 1, 2016). Marc & Greg share their Voltron Christmas Wish Lists, too!
In this podcast, Marc and Greg interview Actor Jeremy Shada, who plays Lance in Voltron Legendary Defender. Also, our hosts get some help reviewing Episode 10: Collection & Extraction from Zilla, Cody, and Cory. Plenty of Voltron Legendary Defender ahead!
Shannon Muir and Todd Matthy join Marc and Greg to review Voltron Legendary Defender Episode 9: Crystal Venom. Both of our guests have been on the show before, so we spend some time catching up before we dive very deep into this episode review.
On a special Halloween episode of Let's Voltron Podcast, Marc and Greg welcome Drew Merkel and Talley LaFlamme to help review Voltron Legendary Defender Episode 8: Rebirth in the style of an old radio drama.
Biggest Podcast EVER! NYCC Voltron Legendary Defender Panel, Cast Interviews and the Voltron Collective Party, which includes an Interview with Kevin McKeever from the world of Robotech, Bob Koplar from WEP, and Voltron Superfans! Also, an interview with Brandon Schoolhouse, CEO of Han Cholo, Contests, Listener Emails, Power Rangers Megazord vs. Voltron, Voltron Pumpkin Stencils, Voltron Fan Spotlight and more! Over 20 Interviews in all!
In this 1st NYCC Recap of 2 podcasts, Let's Voltron Podcast Hosts, Marc Morrell and Greg Tyler, together for the 1st time in person, covered everything Voltron at New York Comic Con (NYCC). In this episode, we talk about all the awesome Voltron fans we met, the signings and show floor booths we visited. Greg shares his "Fan on the Street" segment, and we get to interview Outlaw2lk, the Cosplay Artist that finished 2nd at the Eastern Cosplay Championships at NYCC, dressed as Voltron, with his 5 friends playing the Paladins.
Legendary Voice Director Andrea Romano joins Marc and Greg to talk about directing the voice cast for Voltron Legendary Defender, as well as her career, and many insights into animation, voice acting, and the characters we love.
Tim Hedrick ( Story Editor) and Mitch Iverson (Staff Writer) join Marc and Greg to answer fan questions about both the Voltron Legendary Defender animated series on Netflix and the Voltron Legendary Defender Mini-Comic Book Series from Lion Forge Comics. Tim and Mitch write for both to keep those stories and characters consistent between both mediums. Marc also introduces a new regular fan segment to the podcast.
This is a primer class for new Voltron fans, friends or loved ones of Voltron fans, or fans of the original 1984 series who want to know more about the other shows. Prepare yourself for a high-level view of everything Voltron, as it relates to the animated shows. If you find you want to learn more, we have 71 previous episodes of Let's Voltron Podcast to make you a complete Voltron Expert!
Emily Eiden, who played Shay in 3 episodes of Season 1 of Voltron Legendary Defender, is our special guest in this podcast, where she talks about her character, Shay, how she became a voice actor, and she answers all the Voltron fans' questions. Emily also plays Shay in a review of Episode 7, Return to the Balmera, with Marc & Greg providing commentary, and Emily providing behind-the-scenes-stories.
JoshaJ and Matt Solice from Geeks of the Galaxy Podcast join Marc and Greg to talk about Voltron, their podcast, and everything else, and they help review Voltron Legendary Defender Episode 6: Taking Flight.
We spend the first half of the podcast giving shout-outs to Voltron fans that tweeted, posted and emailed us about the podcast and what they're excited about. We spend the second half reviewing Voltron Legendary Defender Episode 6: Tears of the Balmera.
There is so much Voltron packed into this episode! We talk about Voltron collectibles at SDCC, as well as SDCC interviews from Joaquim Dos Santos, Lauren Montgomery, and Tim Hedrick. We give a preview of Voltron Lion Bikes featured on Super-fan Builds, giveaway Voltron Legendary Defender signed comics on Periscope, and review Episode 4: Fall of the Castle of Lions.
Dani DeWald, Voltron Superfan and panel videographer at SDCC, joins Marc and Greg to review her coverage of the Voltron Legendary Defender panel at San Diego Comic-Con. We walk through the entire panel, and give commentary on all the clips, Q & A, and review the Season 1 Soundtrack that was recently released on iTunes. Plus, you need to listen closely to find out how to win variant cover copies of Voltron Legendary Defender #1 Comic, signed by authors Tim Hedrick and Mitch Iverson.
Kimberly Brooks, who plays Princess Allura in Voltron Legendary Defender, joins Marc and Greg for a fantastic conversation about her roles in animation, everything you wanted to know about Princess Allura, what the Voltron fandom means to her, and she gets to answer questions submitted by the Voltron fans.
Lauren Montgomery and Joaquim Dos Santos, the Executive Producers of Voltron Legendary Defender, join us for an exclusive interview following the launch of the first 11 episodes on Netflix. Marc and Greg also review Episode 3, Return of the Gladiator.
Josh Keaton, the amazing voice actor who plays Shiro in Voltron Legendary Defender, joins us as a guest to talk about everything Shiro and Voltron, and he answers all your fan questions. Also, Greg and Marc review Episode 2 - Some Assembly Required.
We have several guests in this podcast! Eddie Sanchez joins us to talk about his visit to the Voltron Art Show at Hero Complex Gallery in Los Angeles. Also, Tara Scully and Talley LaFlamme join us to recap everything we saw in the first season of Voltron Legendary Defender!
Lauren Montgomery and Joaquim Dos Santos, the Executive Producers of Voltron Legendary Defender, join us for an exclusive interview prior to the launch of the first 13 episodes on Netflix on June 10th. Marc and Greg also review, in it's entirety, the first 3 episodes of the show, which has been made into an uninterrupted mini-movie called “The Rise of Voltron”. WARNING: Spoilers! Do not listen to this review if you want to see the show fresh on Netflix on June 10th.
DreamWorks Animation has released two new trailers for the June 10th release of Voltron Legendary Defender on Netflix. Marc and Greg review these trailers in detail and talk about fan reactions to the trailers on Facebook and Twitter.
You are getting a special treat as Marc and Greg interview the LEGO Ideas Voltron Project Designer Lendy Tayag, whose Voltron LEGO Idea achieved 10,000 supporters in 22 days, and is now awaiting review in September. Addendum: The full-length Voltron Legendary Defender Trailer is discussed as well.
Greg and Marc interview World Events Productions President Bob Koplar, where they talk about Voltron: Legendary Defender, WonderCon, DreamWorks Animation, LEGO, Stephen Colbert, Deadpool, Lion Forge Comics, answer fan questions, and much more.
Marc and Greg welcome special guests Dani DeWald and Shannon Muir to the podcast to give their first-hand review of the Voltron: Legendary Defender Panel at WonderCon. With the excitement of the crowd and all of the panelists, DreamWorks Animation provided Voltron fans with an outstanding first look at Voltron: Legendary Defender at WonderCon.
Marc takes Let's Voltron "on the road" to the worldwide debut of the Voltron: Legendary Defender cast and crew at WonderCon, with exclusive interviews. You get to listen to Greg's reactions to hearing these interviews for the very first time.
Your hosts, Marc Morrell and Greg Tyler, welcome special guest Steven E Gordon (Supervising Director for Voltron Force), where we learn some things about what could have happened in Season 2 of Voltron Force. Our hosts also talk about the upcoming WonderCon panel for Voltron: Legendary Defender, and talk about the showrunners.
Original Series Voice Actor Jack Angel and Director Franklin Cofod are Marc and Greg's special guests for a fantastic podcast, where Jack talks about his amazing career, the books he wrote, and tons of stories from both Jack and Franklin about making the Original Voltron series.
Greg Tyler officially becomes the new co-host with Marc Morrell, as they welcome Jonathan Shykofsky to the podcast to talk about TRENDMASTERS Prototype Toys, especially the ones from Voltron: The Third Dimension.
With the announcement that Netflix will be releasing a new "re-imagined" Voltron animated series in 2016, made by DreamWorks Animation, we gather together some Voltron superfans to talk about fan reaction to the announcement and try to figure out what would make the best show that would last and appeal to the most people around the world.
Jeremy Corray returns to the show on the 2nd Anniversary to review the “state of the union” for Voltron in 2015. Marc and Jeremy cover what was released for Voltron in 2015, and they cover podcast listeners’ Voltron gift lists and wishes, as well as requests for podcast topics in 2016.
Another great season of comic book and fandom conventions is upon us, so Marc took advantage to have an interview with Voltron's Lance and Sven, Michael Bell, at RetroCon in Oaks, PA. Meanwhile, down in Atlanta, RetroBlasting presented a panel on "The History of Voltron" at DragonCon. There's plenty more Voltron in this episode, including some words from the fans.
Cullen Bunn (Writer) and Blacky Shepherd (Artist) join Marc to discuss the release of Voltron: From the Ashes, a new 6-issue comic book series from Dynamite Entertainment. The 1st Issue is being released on September 16th, and Cullen and Blacky tell us as much as they can without spoiling it for anyone.
Marc brings together three Voltron collectors, who all prefer to keep their Voltron collections rather than sell any of them. Joining Marc to talk about Voltron collecting are Mark Oliver, Greg Tyler, and Doug Snyder.
With our special guests, Shannon Muir and Gregory Tyler, we continue our discussion about all of the 26 episodes that made up Voltron: The Third Dimension. We also talk about the full line of Trendmasters toys that supported the show in the retail outlets, and we finish by giving credit to all the talented people that worked on Voltron: The Third Dimension and paved the way for CGI animation in the late 90's.
Voltron: The Third Dimension was the first 3D animated show fully produced in the US. On this first part of 2 podcast episodes, Marc brings special guests Shannon Muir and Gregory Tyler together to discuss the show in detail. From Behind-the-scenes techniques to episode reviews, we cover this Emmy-winning show completely.
In the 3rd episode that covers the Robotech/Voltron Crossover Comics, Marc has his first studio interview with Bill Spangler, writer for the Robotech/Voltron Comics Series, who, coincidentally, lives in Marc's hometown of Quakertown, Pennsylvania.
Marc reviews the entire Robotech/Voltron Crossover Comic Series with Tommy Yune (writer, cover art) and Elmer Damaso (artist). In this Part 2 of 2 episodes, Tommy acknowledges everyone who contributed to this Crossover Comic Series, we talk about the Robotech live-action movie deal with Sony Pictures, and we review Issues 2, 3, 4 and 5.
Marc reviews the entire Robotech/Voltron Crossover Comic Series with Tommy Yune (writer, cover art) and Elmer Damaso (artist). In this Part 1 of 2 episodes, Tommy and Elmer talk about making the comics, answer questions from the fans, and review Issue #1.
In this first podcast of 2015, we are reviewing episodes from the original series, Voltron: Defender of the Universe, including the comparison to the GoLion counterpart. Returning to the podcast as guest co-host is Dan Jolley. Marc and Dan review episodes 17-20.
Let's Voltron: The Official Voltron Podcast celebrates its 1-year Anniversary in grand fashion with anniversary greetings from Voltron Fans around the world. Also, WEP VP Bob Koplar and Marc Morrell review and discuss ALL 34 episodes that preceded this one.
We brought together the team that wrote the Perfect Square Publication, Voltron: From Days of Long Ago, A Thirtieth Anniversary Celebration for this episode. Our guests are Traci Todd (Sr. Editor at Viz Media) and Josh Bernard (Collection DX), and we also have a pre-recorded presentation at the Barnes & Noble Book Signing with Marc, Brian Smith and Jacob Chabot.
Seth Green and Clare Grant are our special guests on Let's Voltron for this 33rd episode. Marc has a unique extended conversation with Seth and Clare about their careers, their Voltron fandom and memories, and what would need to happen to make that Voltron Live-Action Feature Film that everyone so desperately craves.
Marc has a roundtable discussion with 2 esteemed Voltron Comic Book Artists: N. Steven Harris and Jacob Chabot. Marc talks to each of them individually, and then opens up the discussion to both. They talk about how they became Voltron fans, comic book artists, and how they were picked to be artists for Voltron Comics.
Marc Morrell and Dan Jolley review 4 more episodes (13-16) from Voltron: Defender of the Universe (Lion Force). Dan keeps us up to date on his career, and Marc talks about the 30th Anniversary Book and panel at New York Comic Con, as well as book signings and interviews.
Marc is joined once again by our guest from the 11th episode, Superfan Mark Oliver, who also served as a judge for the We Love Fine Voltron T-Shirt Design Contest. We announce the winners of that contest, review the weekend at RetroCon, check out the new website design on Voltron.com, preview New York Comic Con and talk about the 30th Anniversary Voltron Book, From Days of Long Ago.
We celebrate the official 30th Anniversary of Voltron (Sept 10, 1984-Sept 10, 2014) by interviewing the Managing Director at World Events Productions, Tiffany Ilardi. We also announce the winner of the "Show Us Your Voltron!" Contest.
In this second part of the discussion about Vehicle Team Voltron, Marc Morrell concludes his discussion with Gregory Tyler with a comprehensive history of tie-in merchandise for Vehicle Team Voltron, as well as Greg's own personal fan projects that include a re-edited Voltron opening video and a 3D-printed Panosh-style Vehicle Team Voltron replica.
Your host, Marc Morrell, welcomes Voltron Superfan Gregory Tyler, who helps Marc cover the first of 2 podcast episodes all about Vehicle Team Voltron. These aren't episode reviews of the Vehicle Voltron show, but a comprehensive look at the history, the characters, story, themes, and comparisons with Dairugger and Lion Force Voltron.
Original Series Voice Actor Neil Ross, who was the voice for Keith and Pidge on Voltron: Defender of the Universe and the Fleet of Doom Special, is our guest for an extended interview that will cover his career, his experience on Voltron, and more stories that have never been heard before.
Marc talks to Chris Wofford, the Owner and Founder of Acidfree Gallery, your #1 location for Limited Edition Voltron Screen Prints. Marc and Chris talk about the newest Voltron Print by Artist James White, as well as exclusive Voltron prints that will be available on Voltron's 30th birthday and at New York Comic Con in October.
We have returned from San Diego Comic-Con with Exclusive Interviews with Clare Grant and George Sohn, some new exciting Voltron product announcements, and stories about our visit with our friend, Franklin Cofod.
Marc Morrell and Special Guest Host Dan Jolley review 4 more episodes from the Original Lion Force Voltron Series, where they provide comparisons with the GoLion episodes from which these Voltron episodes were made. Dan provides a unique perspective, since he has watched these episodes as a fan when he was a kid, then watched these episodes as an adult writer, and had to research these episodes again as a writer of Voltron Comics for Devil's Due Publishing.
In this episode, Marc has a very enlightening conversation with Brandon Thomas about both of the Dynamite Voltron comics he wrote: Voltron and Voltron: Year One. You won't want to miss the end of the conversation, where Brandon reveals the missing parts of the story he never got to finish! In addition, Marc announces several podcast events and Voltron.com offerings.
In this episode, the Voltron Fangirls take over, as Marc has a Voltron Roundtable Discussion with 4 Female Voltron Superfans. In addition, Marc announces several podcast events and Voltron.com offerings.
WEP President Ted Koplar helps Marc and Mike celebrate the winners of the 10,000 Listens Contest and gives an interview we will never forget. Fans of Voltron: to quote Mark Oliver, this is the "Super Bowl of Podcasts". Thank you to all of our loyal listeners for helping us reach 10,000 listens!
In this episode, Marc welcomes back Jeremy Corray to help interview John Teichmann, who was Associate Producer for Voltron: Defender of the Universe. John, along with Peter Keefe, was involved in the selection process that determined which Japanese anime would be used to become the Voltron Trilogy.
Marc and Mike conclude their interview with Original Series Director and Producer Franklin Cofod. In this episode, Franklin answers questions submitted by Voltron fans. He also gives a full account of each of the voice actors that worked on the show, as well as the full production team that helped form Voltron: Defender of the Universe.
In the first of two episodes, Marc and Mike have an illuminating conversation with Franklin Cofod, Director and Producer of the Original Voltron Series. Franklin hits it all from the production team that made the original episodes of Lion Force, Vehicle Force, and Fleet of Doom, from 1984-1986.
From the 1st time Voltron is formed to the not-so-coincidental visit from Prince Bocar, Marc and Mike review Episodes 4-8 of the Original Voltron: Defender of the Universe Lion Force Series. This covers an important story arc, where the Voltron Force loses Sven and gains Princess Allura as the new pilot of Blue Lion.
Mike gives Marc a recap of everything Voltron that occurred at Wizard World St. Louis Comic Con, including what was available to fans that visited the World Events Productions Booth on the convention floor, or what happened at the 2 panels that took place on Saturday and Sunday.
The second part of our interview with World Events Productions Vice President Bob Koplar includes Bob's answers to all the fan questions that were submitted before the interview. If you ever wanted to know the final word on Voltron Force toys or what the DreamWorks acquisition of Classic Media means for Voltron, you'll find those answers here, and much more.
In Part 1 of a 2-Part Episode, Marc and Mike interview the Vice President of World Events Productions, Bob Koplar. Bob talks about the St. Louis Wizard World Convention coming April 4-6, his huge appreciation for all the Voltron Fans around the world, his personal Voltron history over the last 30 years, the business factors that held Voltron Force to just 1 Season, and the status of the Voltron Live-Action Movie.
In this episode, Marc and Mike get to the heart of Voltron fandom with one of the biggest Voltron fans we know - Mark Oliver. We get deep into the process of how Mark created his own homemade Voltron costume for New York Comic Con. Mark talks about how he became a Voltron fan, and how he became a huge collector of everything Voltron. We also talk about the TV shows, conventions, toys and merchandise, fandom, and his favorites. If you get a chance to go to Wizard World St. Louis Comic Con, Mark will be there in his Voltron costume. He would love to hang out with all the Voltron fans there.
In the 2nd Part of our interview with Voltron Head Writer Marc Handler, Marc takes questions from the fans and gives great insight on how to write for localization of Japanese anime. The questions Marc answers cover all three of his Voltron projects; Voltron: Defender of the Universe, Fleet of Doom, and Voltron: The Third Dimension.
We brought the whole gang together, including Marc Morrell, Mike French, and Jeremy Corray, because we are interviewing one of the members of the Original Production Team for Voltron: Defender of the Universe; Head Writer Marc Handler. In the first of a two part interview to be concluded next week, Marc Handler, coming to us from Shanghai, China, talks about his work on the original series, the Fleet of Doom Special, and Voltron: The Third Dimension. We even talk about Saber Rider and the Star Sheriffs.
In this episode, Marc introduces his son, Lucas, to give the 10-year-old perspective for the first time. Marc and Lucas interview Brian "Smitty" Smith, the author of the 6-Volume Voltron Force Graphic Novel series, published by Viz Media. Brian is also writing the 30th Anniversary Voltron 'Encyclopedia', which is due out later this year.
Marc and Mike welcome fan favorite, Dan Jolley, to the podcast to talk about the Voltron: Defender of the Universe Devils Due Publishing Comics he authored in 2003-2004. Dan talks about everything from Voltron's origin to why the Space Mice will never have tutus in his universe. You also get to hear about the current projects that Dan is working on.
As this is the 30th Anniversary Year of the Original Voltron: Defender of the Universe Series, we dive into the Lion Force Series, starting at the first episode: Space Explorers Captured, leading up to before Voltron is formed for the 1st time in Episode 4: The Missing Key.
In this first full episode of the Let's Voltron Podcast for 2014, Marc is joined by Mike French once again, and the discussion is a chronological History of Voltron Toys, from the era preceding the 1984 launch of the Original Voltron Series to The Present.
In this special New Year's edition of the Let's Voltron podcast, we open up the Voltron Mailbag and answer questions posted by the listeners. Joining the show this week is Retroblasting's Michael French, who has taken over the duties of updating the Official Voltron Facebook page.
On the eve of the release of Robotech/Voltron Crossover Comic #1, Marc and Jeremy have a great conversation with Tommy Yune, the writer/cover artist for this special Manga series that brings together two giant franchises in the world of anime.
In the debut episode of Let's Voltron: The Official Voltron Podcast, hosts Jeremy Corray from World Events Productions and Marc Morrell discuss some great Voltron merchandise now available, and chat about some big projects coming soon from World Events Productions.