“Don’t look directly at the sun or you will go blind.”
Well, you are the sun.
And I keep looking, looking, looking,
Until my eyes burn and tears fall down my cheeks,
But I do not close my eyes.
You burn so brightly I can still see you clearly behind my eyelids when my night falls because I live for your light and I cannot let you go, and even if I will turn blind I want you to be the last thing I’ll ever see, your hand clasped in mine.
A love letter to you from the Moon, from Dionysus, from Grantaire.
The Voltron writers have not spent two seasons building up KEITH AND LANCE: SPACE RANGER PARTNERS just to unceremoniously boot Lance in favour of Matt Holt, while Keith goes on to be A+ Number 1 Greatest all by his lonesome.
That is the exact opposite of everything they have been building up to, a.k.a. Lance and Keith being forced to stop fucking around and work together, while Lance finds his niche on the team and comes to accept that he doesn’t need to BE Keith in order to be deserving of Keith’s respect, which Keith was never withholding in the first place.
Why would Shiro or Allura start talking smack about Lance and wanting to set Matt up with the Blue Lion when his performance was good enough to be part of, oh, DEPOSING ZARKON, and they have literally never questioned his fitness to be Blue Paladin?
Why is this fandom obsessed with making the protagonists into assholes for no apparent reason?
So here’s a question: the Galra commander who captures Sam, Matt, and Shiro flat out says they’re primitive and don’t know anything useful. If that’s the case, why did Zarkon order that they be interrogated by the Druids? Why was this Galra ship specifically ordered to be in the solar system? I feel like if Zarkon knew that the Blue Lion was on earth he would have gone straight there and not bothered with interrogating random humans. So was it just standard procedure? From what we’ve seen, it looks like the Druids are a pretty small group and generally busy doing evil space magic things, so why would Zarkon pull them away from the Komar experiment just to talk to some Earth hillbillies?
Basically what I’m getting at here is: Zarkon knew there was something on Earth that he needed, he just wasn’t sure what, and he probably didn’t even suspect that it was the Blue Lion or he would have gone in guns blazing a lot sooner. So who tipped him off to keep an eye on this planet, and why?