“Classic Voltron Crest ” T-Shirts & Hoodies by Christopher Bunye | RedBubble


The classic Voltron Crest, seen here on default Black, although, they are avaliable in all the lion colors.

And I’m working on the new version from Voltron Force.

Don’t worry. I’ll post it here when I release it.


DreamWorks Voltron Legendary Defender is proud to announce the start of the Voltron Robeast Fan Art Contest!

Do you have a vision of a robeast that could give Voltron the fight of a lifetime? If so, we want to see it!

Here’s how to enter:

1 - Create an original artwork that depicts your vision of a robeast that could live within the Voltron universe.

2 - Email a .JPG or .PNG of your completed artwork to Entries will be accepted until October 30, 2016, 11:59pm PT.

3 - 16 Finalists will receive an exclusive DreamWorks Voltron Legendary Defender poster and will be entered into a bracket-style voting competition.

4 - Fans will vote over the course of four rounds to determine which robeast is the most fearsome challenger.

The winner, as determined by fan votes, will receive an original piece of artwork featuring their robeast in an epic battle scene against Voltron drawn by a member of the show production team!

Read the Voltron Robeast Fan Art Contest Rules at for all the details.

Entries must be received by 11:59pm PT 10.30.16. Open to legal residents of the 50 U.S. / DC who are 18+ at the time of entry. Void in Puerto Rico and where prohibited by law.

If Voltron Legendary Defender will have 78 episodes

…then they’ll probably have a total of 6 seasons (assuming they follow the 13 episode format of the first). That said, I’d like to propose the ff plot breakdown:
Season 2-4: Voltron vs. Zarkon, Lotor, Zeppo, Throk, Robeast, etc etc.
Season 5: Voltron defeats all evil and saves the universe
Season 6: Domestic!Sheith


Rare Toy Sighting: From the Voltron universe comes the evil Robeast Mutilor!

I was surprised by the name too. I’d not only forgotten his name, but for all these years I’ve been calling him a Robo-Beast. 

Turns out that’s not right. 

Mutilor comes from the mid-80s Voltron toy series created by Panosh Place. I did a quick Google search and couldn’t find out anything about the company except that it made Voltron toys.

They were good ones though; Panosh Place put out a line of figures that would fit inside the robot lions that formed Voltron. 

I had Mutilor, Lance (Blue Lion) and Pidge (Green Lion). Didn’t actually have any of the lion vehicles but I did have this awesome die-cast Voltron robot produced by Matchbox.

That thing would be worth some money if I still had it.

But, alas, all I’ve got left is Mutilor. He’s a good guy though, and he never once complained about getting walloped by heroes from other toy lines.

Mutilor – I won’t stop saying his name now that I know it – would usually serve as the henchman for some Big Bad in my toy collection.

That was pretty much the same thing he did on the Voltron cartoon. 

If you want to reminisce some more about the Panosh Place toys, there’s a ton of pictures on VirtualToyChest.

So where to next? I’m going to start another long series, probably the Toy Biz DC Comics Superheroes.

That’s something to look forward to.