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Character ages[edit]

I think Shirogane is a couple of years older then Kogane or Kurogane. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Georgiacatcrimson (talk • contribs) 07:00, 17 January 2009 (UTC)

Combattler V and Voltes V[edit]

Not being familiar with the show, the number of references to the above mentioned shows seem a bit excessive. I ended up reading, it felt, as much about Combattler V as I did about Golion. Can a fan of the show glance at the article and check if the shows are referenced too often? It felt like every other line was a reference to one of the two shows, especially Combattler V.

Needs clean up[edit]

The article seems to have information that contradicts information found on other sites on the net. For example, other sites say that the location first seen in Golion is actually Earth, but this article says Althea(sp) is Earth. Plus there are too many statements that say, 'Which is typical of Super Robot shows', or 'isn't anything new for Super Robot shows'. It's redundant to say this over and over again. If anyone has seen GoLion, please clean this article up. When I see golion next year (if it comes out in USA as they promised), then maybe I can do it myself. Inforazer 17:36, 3 October 2006 (UTC)

Done. Well, just enough to get rid of all the Combattler/Voltes/Daimos references.

It also has an awful lead section - far too short, and what is there is confusing. 'Instead of Honerva being the one who split up the five lions' implies a level of knowledge that simply should not be assumed in a Wikipedia article, and is also a totally unmarked major spoiler. 86.143.51.11 03:34, 30 December 2006 (UTC)
I've added {{Essay-entry}}, mostly because of editorial passages like '... a death long overdue in Voltron.' I also fixed the lead so that it discusses Voltron from a GoLion perspective, and not vice versa, but the rest of the article still needs major work. --Fru1tbat 18:15, 20 February 2007 (UTC)

Also, I don't know who wrote about Sincline. But he's no where near honorable. He's just as evil as his English version, does not fight honorably, and is a rapist. Also, Fala does not find Sincline attractive, she is repulsed by him. And Akira just hates him because he wants to kidnap Fala. I'm more than willing to rewrite these entries, but I only have the shows as references. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Godai8 (talk • contribs) 04:38, 20 September 2008 (UTC)

Perspective[edit]

I'm removing some of the extra parenthetical references to Voltron equivalents of Golion names. Discussing an article on one subject from the perspective of another subject seems improper to me. That is to say, when writing an article on GoLion, we can't assume that the reader is familiar with Voltron, or reading this article in order to compare it to Voltron. The purpose of the article is not to compare to Voltron, either. It's to discuss, encyclopedically, the GoLion series, which exists independently of Voltron.

That being said, I have no problem putting the Voltron equivalent names in the proper places (e.g. the character list), but mentioning them without establishing why they're being mentioned, especially in the lead or introductory plot section, isn't appropriate.

--Fru1tbat 14:19, 22 February 2007 (UTC)

百獣 Hyakujū[edit]

百獣 (Hyakujū) doesn't really mean 'hundred beasts'. It means something akin to 'all beasts'. Check out Yahoo's great example: ライオンは百獣の王と言われる (The lion is called the king of beasts.)[1]So I suppose the English title should be something like 'GoLion, King of Beasts'. Evan1975 05:19, 12 April 2007 (UTC)

Theme Songs[edit]

I found information on the theme songs, but it's all in Japanese.

OP「斗え!ゴライオン」(コロムビアレコードCK-591)
作詞:千家 和也 作曲:小林 亜星 編曲:いちひさし
唄:水木 一郎 コロムビアゆりかご会 こおろぎ’73
演奏:コロムビア・オーケストラ

ED「五人でひとつ」(コロムビアレコードCK-591)
作詞:千家 和也 作曲:小林 亜星 編曲:いちひさし
唄:水木 一郎 こおろぎ’73 フィーリング・フリー

Can anybody translate? Sarujo 11:19, 15 October 2007 (UTC)

I recently began watching the series via Anime Works / Media Blaster's DVD Collection sets, and at the end of every disc there is a credits roll sequence that translates the preceding episode credits into English. Here are the specifics regarding the opening and ending themes according to their translation exactly as they appear (minus the slashes):
OP
  • Theme Song 'TATAKAEI GOLION'
  • Lyrics KAZUYA SENKA
  • Composed by ASEI KOBAYASHI
  • Arranged by HISASHI ICHI
  • Vocals ICHIRO MIZUKI / KOOROGI '73 / COLUMBIA YURIKAGOKAI
  • Musical performance COLUMBIA ORCHESTRA / (COLUMBIA RECORD CK591)
ED
  • Theme Song 'GONIN DE HITOTSU'
  • Lyrics KAZUYA SENKA
  • Composed by ASEI KOBAYASHI
  • Arranged by HISASHI ICHI
  • Vocals ICHIRO MIZUKI / KOOROGI '73 / FEELING FREE
  • Musical performance COLUMBIA ORCHESTRA / (COLUMBIA RECORD CK591)
KnightOfMars83 (talk) 00:19, 7 November 2014 (UTC)

Popularity?[edit]

Was Voltron more popular in America, than Golion was in Japan? Malamockq (talk) 23:38, 16 January 2008 (UTC)

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Golion or GoLion (capital L?)[edit]

Is there a justification for capitalizing the L in 'GoLion'? The Media Blasters DVD title graphic is ambiguous at best, and all subtitles on the DVDs use lower-case L. --GrantBnet (talk) 15:50, 3 December 2009 (UTC)

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Name origins[edit]

There were no citations for many of the names as various metals, so I have changed the tone a bit and fixed the ones that seemed incorrect. For example, 'Kurogane' (黒鋼) is accurately translated as 'Black Steel' rather than 'Iron' (unless it's some expression that I don't know about), so I wrote that it is based on the word for 'steel'. Similarly, 'Suzuishi' (錫石) might literally mean 'Tin Ore' or 'Casserite' in some circumstances, but it seems more likely to just be a name that contains the word for 'tin'. 'Shirogane' (銀) is probably the only one which explicitly means 'silver', but maybe it is an old-fashioned reading? I am less certain about this one.

I don't mean to speak with a great deal of authority here, but I think that my edit is a little more correct. I believe that Wikipedia policy generally requires citations to published work for legitimate translations? — Preceding unsigned comment added by Jormundgard (talk • contribs) 10:21, 16 February 2013 (UTC)

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