Plot Summary | Add Synopsized Trivia Neil Ross tried some different boys' voices to use as Ridge, but these were rejected. Goofs In various instances, the characters change both clothes and hair-styles in between scenes without having adequate time to do so.
Quotes Narrator : From days of long ago, from uncharted regions of the universe, comes a legend; the legend of Vol tron, Defender of the Universe, a mighty robot, loved by good, feared by evil. As Voltron's legend grew, peace settled across the galaxy.
Together with the good planets of the solar system, they maintained peace throughout the universe, until a new horrible menace threatened the galaxy. Alternate Versions In the mid-1980s, CBS FOX Video released four Vol tron tapes in Australia.
Spoilers for Vol tron : Legendary Defender Season Five below. Specifically in this season, the Vol tron paladins are forced into a spiritual zone of sorts where they commune with each other in order to restart their respective Lions, Motor joins forces with them and ends up leading the Gala Empire -- which fractures -- and Matt and Ridge rescue their father.
ComicBook.com spoke with Jeremy Shade, who voices Lance the pilot of the Red Lion, all about Season Five, what's coming next, and whether Lance will ever make the swap for Keith's red suit among other things. ComicBook.com: Lance is kind of in a weird place this season.
I think for Lance, it's kind of hard having to be in a weird place with a kind of reaching out, and having to start almost working with Motor a little, and obviously he's super skeptical with that because, you know, this is somebody who's attacked him and basically already tried to kill him once or twice. Kind of being in this weird place where they have this opportunity that could pan out, but at the same time still having this like, you know, weird trust, and then there're other members of the team that are also untrusting of him, and there's some people that want to work with him.
I mean I think Lance, obviously over the past however many seasons, they've really built up this camaraderie with everybody. Keith being gone is obviously interesting because you have Shirt being back in kind of the lead of the team, which I think people love, but then at the same time, that definitely creates a little of an opportunity for Lance to like step up and then take on that responsibility and fill that role.
It's kind of cool, because it shows his connection with her dad in that way, because now he is, you know, kind of new pilot of the Red Lion, and so having that connection with the original pilot of the Red Lion is really cool, and it also gives him that connection with her dad in a really cool way. I think his suit will pretty much stay there the same, even though they're swapping in and out of Lions at times, because it'd be like even more confusing to have them swap suits here and there just because they happen to, you know, hop into some Lions.
Keith’s suit is just sitting there in the wardrobe, waiting. It's just kind of being kept in pristine condition, you know, hopefully but occasionally Hunk cleans it.
What's the deal with Shirt's warning to Lance in that weird Vol tron phantom zone? Either the next season or the one after that, but that… will come back fairly soon, and there's some pretty big ramifications there.
I think he'll definitely kind of try to figure out what that means, but it's one of those hard things for him to investigate because there's not really much you can view since there's no like anything physical for him to actually check out 'cause it was in this weird kind of, you know, astral vision that he had, and so, he'll go and ask Shirt about it, but I don't even know if Shirt knows what any of that means at this point.