Evil threatens the safety of the galaxy. The maniacal Prince Lotor escaped from his prison in deep space. He formed a secret alliance with the mysterious Witch Haggar to destroy all that is good.
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Evil threatens the safety of the galaxy. The maniacal Prince Lotor escaped from his prison in deep space. He formed a secret alliance with the mysterious Witch Haggar to destroy all that is good.

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All of the characters were motion captured in house at Netter Digital. A separate actor was used for each character so they would walk and move the same from episode to episode. The room was about the size of a 2 car garage. The only exception was one of the supervising animators and one of the 3d animators were used for all of the fight scenes, because they were both black belts in ti kwon do. See more »

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The original series showed Arus as located in the Dinubian (or Diamond) Galaxy in the Far Universe while Earth was in the Near Universe (with the Vehicle Voltron defenses). Here, Arus and Earth are incorrectly claimed to be in the same, unnamed galaxy; its Azure, Cerulean, Crimson, and Coral Quadrants that were the Dinubian Galaxy's are referred to when effecting either planet. See more »

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Featured in The Bunny Years (1999) See more »

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An excellent CGI series!!!
1 March 2000 | by (Wollongong, Australia) – See all my reviews

"Voltron: The Third Dimension" is the sequel series to the animated series "Voltron -- Defender Of The Universe" and it is an excellent series.

The storylines are excellent, the voice acting top notch, and the battle scenes are extremely enjoyable. But my only complaint is the facial movements -- some of it didn't look right, but the animators have improved in the second season over the first.

All in all, V3D is a great series and a highly recommended one. My favourite episode is "Dark Heart".


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