As we promised in our interview stories (see links below), we obtained permission to share the Voltron: Form Blazing Fans! ComicCon Panel YouTube video provided by World Events Productions (WEP) as soon as it was released.
In case you still haven’t seen our in-depth interviews direct from Voltron Headquarters, with Jeremy Corray and Bob Koplar from World Events Productions, the creators of Voltron, here are the links:
If you missed Part 1 of the Jeremy Corray Interview, you can catch it on the story link HERE.
If you missed Part 2 of the Jeremy Corray Interview, you can catch it on the story link HERE.
If you missed Part 3 of the Jeremy Corray Interview, you can catch it on the story link HERE.
If you missed Part 1 of the Bob Koplar Interview, you can catch it on the story link HERE.
If you missed Part 2 of the Bob Koplar Interview, you can catch it on the story link HERE.
Just to refresh your mind on who was at the Voltron: Form Blazing Fans! panel, here were the participants:
The classic animated TV series and toys that introduced the world to wild robot lions and a giant combining hero returns to SDCC. Celebrate Voltron memories with some of the Defender’s biggest fans, including Alex Albrecht (Diggnation, Project Lore podcast), Rob Bricken (ToplessRobot.com), Clare Grant with Team Unicorn (Geek and Gamer Girls), and other secret celeb guests. Plus an update on the live-action movie produced by Atlas Entertainment (The Dark Knight Rises); exclusive comic book reveals and announcements from VIZ Media with Traci Todd (senior editor, VIZ Media), Brandon Thomas (writer, Voltron, Dynamite Entertainment); and Voltron Classics toy info from Mattel’s Scott Neitlich (marketing manager, MattyCollector.com). Win big Voltron prizes, “Form the Head” with Voltron and be ready to share your own Voltron story. Indigo Ballroom, Hilton San Diego Bayfront.
Note: in the actual panel, which took place in the Indigo Ballroom, Hilton San Diego Bayfront, in San Diego on Thursday, July 12, 2012, the opening minutes of the panel included the promotional video that shows a number of actors, athletes, and other celebrities talking about Voltron. This promotional video contains copyrighted material that is not owned by WEP. Therefore, the YouTube video could not contain that portion of the panel. The rest of the panel is included, in its entirety.