The 30th Anniversary Voltron is the Defender Of Childhood Nostalgia

Second only to the Transformers and G.I. Joe as the greatest cartoon/toy lines of the 1980s, Voltron broke new ground in marketing, demanding kids beg for not one but five different toys in order to assemble one giant robot. In hindsight it was pretty sneaky, and now that us children of the 1980s are all grown up, we… » 11/26/13 5:20pm 11/26/13 5:20pm

An Amazing Voltron Hoodie, No Assembly Required

Completing the triad of 80s cartoon and toy perfection, Voltron proudly stood alongside G.I. Joe and the Transformers as the best ways for a kid to relax on a Saturday morning after a long week of school. And since the holidays are just around the corner, if you know someone still holding a candle for a childhood… » 11/05/13 10:40am 11/05/13 10:40am

Beautiful Voltron Painting Took an Entire Year, Captured in Time-Lapse …

San Francisco artist Robert Burden spent a year — a year » 11/18/08 5:46am 11/18/08 5:46am — painting his man-sized Voltron , "Defensor Mundi", and caught the whole process in time-lapse. Sure, the floral theme doesn't inspire much confidence in Voltron's RoBeast-slaying abilities, but the music and painting are a treat. [ via ]