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Voltron Legendary Defender is the show I remember – not the show that actually existed. The show that existed was a simple adventure show with the simple goals of keeping kids interested between commercials and selling toys made primarily in bright, primary colors.

The Voltron we remember, though, was about a brave team of pilots, ready to take on any challenge and always ready to work together despite their different personalities. From there, we had to fill a lot of blanks in.












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While the first couple seasons of the CW’s Arrow proved that a comic book television show could be viable, it wasn’t until The Flash came along that I realized how far along we really were. Almost immediately, The Flash went “full comic book,” bringing in characters like Captain Cold and the Reverse Flash and putting great actors in their shoes. By the end of the first season, time travel and interdimensional travel were both a canonical part of the show. These were things I never thought I’d see.