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The following companies have released officially licensed toys based on Voltron properties or Japanese predecessors.
All toys are of the Lion Force unless otherwise specified.
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Toynami is the current license-holder (200x-).
- Masterpiece Voltron (plastic) - like the metal one, but plastic
- Masterpiece Voltron (metal) - really articulated
- I-Men - mini-figures of the Lion Force pilots and the lions
Trendmasters had the license in the mid-to-late '90s.
- Voltron - slight modification of the original Matchbox die-cast Lion Force set
- Stealth Voltron
- Voltrex - the "Dino" Voltron
LJN took over near the end of the series to release various versions of the Voltron III robot, and only a couple of Vehicle Voltron toys.
Panosh Place then purchased the rights, and released the 3 3/4" line of vehicles and action figures based around the Voltron III GoLion robot (a catalogue also showed action figures of the three Vehicle Team leaders, though these and additional action figures from the Lion Force remained unreleased).
Matchbox distributed the first series of die cast toys, which included Voltron I, II and III (some of the Matchbox toys were subject to a recall due to the use of lead paint), with earlier packaging referring to the Vehicle Voltron as the Warrior Voltron.
Prior to the Voltron series, GoLion and the New Super Abega were part of Bandai America's Godaikin toyline.
The Lion Voltron robot toy was also widely released as Lionbot which was essentially a Hong Kong produced bootleg version of the toy, identical to the Godaikin version.
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Though not under the Voltron license, a version of Vehicle Voltron sporting a different color scheme was released under a different name to Toys R' Us in the late 1990s. The variation was packaged as fully combined in robot mode behind a clear plastic window box.