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The Best Voltron Comic of 2021

  Updated on 16 October, 2021

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Bestseller No. 1
The Blade of Marmora (4) (Voltron Legendary Defender)
  • English (Publication Language)
  • 64 Pages - 12/12/2017 (Publication Date) - Simon Spotlight (Publisher)
Bestseller No. 2
Voltron Legendary Defender Vol. 2: Pilgrimage
  • Hedrick, Tim (Author)
  • English (Publication Language)
  • 136 Pages - 02/13/2018 (Publication Date) - Lion Forge (Publisher)
Bestseller No. 3
Voltron, Defender of the Universe Omnibus
  • Hardcover Book
  • Jolley, Dan (Author)
  • English (Publication Language)
  • 300 Pages - 02/27/2008 (Publication Date) - Devil's Due Publishing (Publisher)
SaleBestseller No. 4
Voltron Volume 1: The Sixth Pilot
  • Thomas, Brandon (Author)
  • English (Publication Language)
  • 152 Pages - 10/16/2012 (Publication Date) - Dynamite Entertainment (Publisher)
SaleBestseller No. 5
Voltron Force, Vol. 1: Shelter from the Storm (1)
  • Brian Smith (Author)
  • English (Publication Language)
  • 96 Pages - 04/03/2012 (Publication Date) - VIZ Media - Children's (Publisher)

Buyer's Guide: Voltron Comic

Marvel Comics and the Voltron Comic Book

If you are a huge fan of the animated series, Voltron, then you must have read some Voltron comics. They were mainly published in Japan, but they have been translated into many languages around the world. There is a possibility that you may have a copy of one of these comics in your collection. Below are a few issues of Voltron comic that you can check out.

One issue of Voltron comic was released as a part of the IDW Publishing series. This comic book publisher released twenty one different one-shot comic books. These comics featured characters from the first two seasons of the animated series. Each issue of Voltron comic features a different superhero.

In the first issue of Voltron comic, titled "The Day the Earth Stood Still," Shapparath was the first villain to appear. He later became known as Nuktor. In this comic, he tries to attack the hero, but is defeated by the Power Defender.

The second issue of Voltron Comic released in august 2021 sees the introduction of the legendary protector of Earth named Voltron. In the comic, he was named Lord Valientius. As a member of the Voltron Gang, he tries to defend Earth from the evil forces. This time he went up against the evil villain Galactus. He was able to defeat Galactus and was given the enchanted ruby stone as a token of his loyalty.

In the third issue of Voltron Comic, titled "Dairugger XV,"voltron went up against the evil menace Dairugger X. This time, he had three additional archangels assisting him. The archangels were named Shark, Starmie and Tiger. The archangels were able to put aside their differences and defeat Dairugger X who desired the power of the gems.

In the fourth issue of the fifth series of Voltron Comic, titled "Unleashed: Volticra," Volticra made his main comic book debut. In this mini-series, Volticra went on a mission to collect all the remaining gems from all over the universe. He left the Earth to look for them and was captured by Shapparath. He was taken to the seventh dimension by Shapparath and forced to work for him. He formed a new group called the Rogues in order to fight the threat.

The ongoing series of Volticra is written byuayo Sagara. It was published in the year 2021 and has so far featured a series of eleven issues. The first five issue mini-series ran for eleven issues while the sixth and final installment was published in January of 2021. The six and final installment focused on a special story featuring the return of Voltron to the world of Teen Titans after the events of the previous Secret Wars series.

The original version of Voltron, the son of King Photon and Princess Nellus was reintroduced as part of the Teen Titans after the conclusion of the second season of the popular animated television series. After the end of the show, there was no other renewal or cancellation for DC comics' popular superheroes. Instead, the future of Volticra was left hanging in the final season of the animated television series. Many fans were disappointed with the ending of the series but many are hoping that Volticra will be given his own ongoing series sometime in the near future. This could help alleviate the lack of Teen Titans merchandise for Hasbro.

In the year 2021, the second season of the award winning animated television series ended with the death of three beloved characters. Dedication to the memory of these great characters created an immediate impact with the audience. As a result, the second season delivered another incredible comic book featuring the most iconic hero of all time. Volticra returned as part of the third season and became a member of the Teen Titans. The legendary character was introduced as one of the newest members of the team.

For those unfamiliar with the history of this legendary defender, Volticra was created by acclaimed DC comics writer, Warren Ellis. In contrast to the popular Teen Titans, Volticra was not given a lengthy history. Unlike many of the legendary heroes created by DC, the concept for Volticra was created as a completely new character. The mysterious and powerful villain was created from the ashes of a powerful robot that was blasted into space by the evil wizard Dark Lord Tyrannus.

After the destruction of his home planet Saturnax, the android warrior decided to steal the prized possession of the powerful Amazon Queen. In doing so, he merged with several other hostile conquerors and transformed himself into a menace to both humanity and the peace of the universe. The first season of the show featured a number of interesting story concepts in which the villain was always showcased as a mastermind who united the forces of good against the good hero. Every episode of the show's first season established a different plot to ensure each of the characters had a compelling storyline to follow. In addition to a compelling story, the first season of the popular animated television series featured some of the best animated special and background effects of any animated program to date.