Voltron: Legendary Defender season 3 fills its final episodes with stirring action, strong character development, and an intriguing peek into Voltron’s past.
Warning: SPOILERS for Voltron: Legendary Defender season 3 ahead!
The first half of Voltron: Legendary Defender dealt heavily with the fallout surrounding Shiro’s mysterious disappearance in the season 2 finale. Without their leader, the Paladins not only needed to adjust to a new dynamic among themselves but, for a few, readjust to piloting new Lions. On top of that, there’s a new villain to contend with — Prince Lotor, Zarkon’s son and heir. And unlike his maniacal father, Lotor is calculating …
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