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Overly Animated Voltron: Legendary Defender Podcasts

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We cover everything animated here at the Overly Animated Podcast, with fan-oriented and analytic discussions on a variety of animated shows, movies, and anime. This is the feed for our podcasts just about Voltron: Legendary Defender.

Customer Reviews


Oh frick yes

Intelligent but slightly biased

I have no doubt this podcast is a fantastic listen for certain parts of the fandom. The hosts are well articulated and clearly have lots of experience with both animated shows and their respective fandoms.

However, while there are plenty of worthwhile topics explored, other topics are mostly ignored - it becomes fairly clear which characters, themes, plot lines, and relationships the hosts prefer. The podcast as a whole also tends to be more critical, which isn’t necessarily a bad thing, but I personally like a bit more positivity and excitement in these kinds of discussions.

Basically, listen to a few episodes to decide if this is your cup of tea. I still listen to every episode to listen to intelligent discussion of a show I greatly enjoy, but I never leave with the impression that the hosts actually enjoyed the same episodes I watched.

I want to love this Podcast, but...

While I love the energy of this podcast, I think they need to do a little more preparation for their reviews ahead of time. They have some interesting perspective on what's happening in the show but it gets undermined when they call back to plot points or even characters and get it wrong/can't remember correctly.

I appreciate how quickly they get reviews out, but it feels like it may be at the expense of quality/research. At this point there are more then a few better podcasts doing the same thing but better.

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