One of the most important things I learned at a young age is that reality is filled with irrationality. You don't have to dig very deep to see examples of someone in real life saying and/or doing something that doesn't make any sense.
I will never understand why some bother to "hate watch". Fair enough if one doesn't like something but it makes no sense for one to invest their time in something they clearly don't like just so that they can keep repeating their complaints like a broken record. I would hope others can see the difference between constructive critique compared to "hate watching".
Today marks the 15th Year Anniversary of the Ben 10 Franchise (and the Original Series). While the Original Series is my favorite series of the franchise, I still feel that the sequels and the Reboot Series have their good points to them.
I heard that ThunderCats Roar recently premiered its final episode. While it was my least favorite show from the franchise, I'm not going to rub salt in the wounds of anyone who may have liked it even if I personally didn't find it appealing.
Happy birthday to Sean Schemmel. He may not have been the first voice for Goku I heard but his portrayal is the one that I have come to associate with (Adult & Super Saiyan 4) Goku, along with King Kai/North Kai, Nail and Goku Black.
Frankly, I find the "I'm glad this show I didn't like got canceled" attitude to be extremely petty, dare I even say selfish. Those who don't like a show always have the choice to simply not watch it while those who like a show are out of luck it it gets canceled.
Today marks the 20th Year Anniversary of when Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask was released in North America. Majora's Mask was the second game from the franchise I played and certainly fits with the Halloween theme.
Today marks the 7th Year Anniversary of the Legend of Korra Two Parter, "Beginnings". Wan's story/the story of the Avatar Cycle's origins is probably my favorite story from Nickelodeon's Avatar Franchise.
I believe there is such a thing as being too critical and setting your standards too high so that they can never be met. I trust others can tell the difference between constructive critique compared to complaining about and/or picking apart every little detail.
Today marks the 28th Year Anniversary of Batman: The Animated Series and the DCAU, by extension. The DCAU was my introduction to the characters from DC Comics and I remain grateful for that particular introduction.
As of today, both the 1985 Series and the 2011 Series of ThunderCats are available on Hulu. If I'm being honest, I expected them to end up on HBO Max. In any case, it is nice to see these different versions of the franchise hit the streaming scene.
The winner of this matchup is Missing The Mark, which got 2 votes. Kermit's Cookie Caper got 1 vote. The last matchup of round 3 has 3 choices: Yoyotoki Happy Ears, Harpy Gee, and Marisa And The Mirror.
Is the world secretly following my story ideas?
Disney-Pixar's next movie is similar to one of my aborted coming-of-age stories (mine was The Thirteenth Year + Your Name + aborted merman cartoons) but instead of actual merpeole we got legged aquatic humanoids.
Newt from Pirate Express: We should hang out some time.