Voltron: The Third Dimension

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Voltron: The Third Dimension

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From days of long ago, from uncharted regions of the universe, comes a legend. The legend of Voltron! A mighty robot. Loved by good, feared by evil. As Voltron's legend grew, peace settled across the galaxy. But then the evil Prince Lotor escaped from his prison in deep space. He formed a secret alliance with Haggar, mistress of dark magic, and together they summoned awesome forces of fear and destruction. Threatened the universe with new, horrible menaces. Voltron was needed once again. Now comes the story of a super force of space explorers. Specially trained and sent by the highest echelon of the Galaxy Alliance to bring back Voltron. This is Voltron: The Third Dimension. Voltron: The Third Dimension is set five years after the events that end the Lion Voltron episodes of Voltron: Defender of the Universe. In 1999, it won for best "Daytime Emmy" under the Outstanding Sound Editing: Special Class category and was nominated for the "Golden Reel Award" under the Best Sound Editing: Television Animated Series- Sound category.moreless
Billy West

Billy West

voice of Pidge

Neil Ross

Neil Ross

voice of Keith / Amalgamus

Tress MacNeille

Tress MacNeille

voice of Lafitte

Clancy Brown

Clancy Brown

voice of Queequeg

Kevin Michael Richardson

Kevin Michael Richardson

voice of Hunk / Zarkon

Michael Bell

Michael Bell

voice of Lance/ Coran

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  • Kids don't know any better.

    4.5
    I used to watch Voltron when I was growing up and its fair to say that Voltron is a pretty old anime however that doesn't really excuse the fact that it was terrible. I suppose at the time it seemed like a good idea to the producers and a child Voltron was one of the only animes coming over on tv regularly. I appreciate the role Voltron played in paving the way for other anime being able to come over on western tv. The show itself sucked - The storyline left much to be desired, the jokes were off-center and characters often burst into hysterical fits of laughter for no apparent reason. In some ways it follows the tradition format of anime set at the time but it can't be considered a classic. Some people swear by Voltron but even as a kid I didn't like it!moreless
  • Stay away from this series!

    3.0
    This show is nothing like the original cartoon Voltron: Defender of the Universe. The character designs are ugly, they look NOTHING like they did in the 80's, and I grew up watching Voltron in the 80's. What I;d like to know what on earth were they thinking changing everything in this series that the original fans who MIGHT have supported this. I mean they rid of the ships Keith and company used to gain access to the lions, which brings me to another gripe I have about V3D, the lions themselves, they looks like they had been starved to near death, which is impossible to do to a robotic lion, and what happened to the futuristic castle that was used in the original anime? They went back without explanation to the old midevil looking castle, and since when was Princess Allura able to communicate with the lions and when did they have spirits?! If you are a true Voltron fan from the 80's, then stay FAR FAR away from this series, too much was changed.moreless
  • I prefer the original animated series rather than this.

    1.4
    Voltron Third Demanison is basicly about Lotar escape from prison all that kind of stuff.Now where this the artist go wrong thinking of creating this idea.Ok the 3d animation is good and all however there is one thing you can tell the difference the characters design they suck.Doesn\'t really add up to the original cartoon verison.The character look and all that stuff.The characters on that show doesn\'t looked much the same as the 80\'s version of Voltron.Also the plot would make more sense if it was liked season 2 or something.I had watched two episodes of Voltron when it was on.But when I start disliking this show.I stopped watching it.Truth to be told,I would change the channel if I saw this show.So I prefer the original verison much better.Also they never told whatever happened to Sven and Princess Romelle.Of course we know in the golion series Sven was suppose to be dead.But still some questions needs some answers.moreless
  • Loved it!

    8.4
    I used to get up early just to watch this on Saturday mornings. I didn't know there was a cartoon before this until a former friend and I were talking about it. It was even cooler with this team set-up, and in 3-D too. And Tim Curry made an awesome villain, as always - he just never dies! Actually, I think I had a dream about this last night; it's been a while.moreless
  • That wasn\'t that funny, and it seems to me that artist couldn\'t hold back their extreme jealousy over the success of Voltron: The Third Dimension.

    6.6
    That wasn\'t that funny, and it seems to me that artist couldn\'t hold back their extreme jealousy over the success of Voltron: The Third Dimension. Man I wish south park would get back to its roots of coming up with original funny content than playing politics every show. I mean so what if family guy rips people off, everyone rips someone off, somewhere along the line, south park even admitted this in one of my favorite episodeS.

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