Despite the enormous amount of grievances, I remain a supporter of this book. Why? Because it's a more grown up Voltron story, and one that I'm actually interested in seeing finished. The art may not have any semblance of Japanese anime, but that's okay. The characters, for the most part, are easily identifiable and the story actually dares to push the Voltron mythos into new territory. If Blaylock can tighten up his dialogue and maybe hire a new artist, this book could thrive as a strong offering. Until then, it remains strictly average and I remain cautiously optimistic. Read Full Review
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