Last year's first season of Voltron: Legendary Defender was a solid start for rebooting Voltron, and its second season is much the same in terms of fun, solid giant robot action. But it's made even better by expanding its scope, telling richer stories, and focusing more on character development, which turns an already good series into something even better.
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Video: One of the rare things we disliked about the first season of Netflix and Dreamwork's new Voltron show was basically that it ended far too abruptly — and we really wanted more. The good news is that more is on the way real very soon, and we've got a tiny sneak peek of what's to come.
Lions were found and heads were formed when Voltron returned to TV this month with the arrival of Dreamworks' reboot, Legendary Defender, on Netflix. Even if you were never a fan of the classic cartoon, it's well worth a binge-watch, but there are still a few bugs in this debut season. Here's what worked and what didn't.
We've known for a while that the planned Voltron reboot had evolved from a Dreamworks movie into a Dreamworks TV series for Netflix — but now the streaming video company has lifted the lid on how Voltron: Legendary Defenders is taking shape. And good news, lion-robot fans: It sounds and looks a hell of a lot like Voltron.
Following in the footsteps of 22-minute long toy commercials posing as cartoons (like Transformers or Jem and the Holograms) DreamWorks Animation and Netflix are about to release a new series called Dinotrux starring what could be the most toy-friendly characters ever devised: construction vehicles that are also somehow robotic dinosaurs.
Video: Ethan Jones is back with another interesting visual breakdown of movie logos, this time focusing on DreamWorks. You know that intro sequence, where a fishing line gets dropped into the water from a boy on the moon. Here are all the variations that have popped up in DreamWorks movies since they first started using the logo in 1997.
It's great to have a good imagination, sure. But do you know what's even better? Having a dad who can use special effects to put you inside all of your favourite movies and games. Awwww heck yes.