Dear DreamWorks, Studio Mir, Josh Keaton, Jeremy Shada, Steven Yeun, Bex Taylor-Klaus, Tyler Labine, Kimberly Brooks, Rhys Darby, Neil Kaplan, Cree Summer, Keith Ferguson, Jake Eberle, Mick Wingert, and Arnold Vosloo,
You have all created an incredible show for everyone in the fandom to enjoy. We really appreciate it, and even through all the fandom discourse- you still manage to provide us incredible Voltron content.
You continue to give us updates on the characters, and even though we may not voice it very often, we do acknowledge and value your sacrifices.
Thank you to all of the voice actors who perform incredibly, and continue to interact with the fandom, even though we do not always give you the best reactions. Most of us do recognize your sacrifices, and we thank you immensely for everything you do for the show and for its viewers.
Thank you, animators, for animating all of our favorite characters in an outstanding fashion- the colors, the fight scenes, even the emotional scenes- You drew them all incredibly. I know as well as the next person that some of you may have ended up losing your jobs over the recent leaks, but do not forget that your efforts to the show are not unnoticed. We appreciate every last one of you.
To the writers- you have written some of the most wholesome scenes and episodes I have ever received the pleasure of witnessing. As a writer, your content hits very deep, and I can not voice my appreciation loudly enough.
friendly reminder that the only reason seventeen debuted was because they were so desperate and had to produce/choreo their own stuff because pledis could not afford to finance them. they learned how to be successful artists bc they themselves were their last hope