"Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy (Animated)" News & Discussion Thread, Part 2 (Spoilers)

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I think that's been an issue in the past, but I don't think the Symbiotes popping up here for an arc is anywhere near as egregious as Dormammu showing up in practically every Dr. Strange episode.

I mean, they only had one appearance in season 1 and they aren't really that prevalent in other cartoons outside USM, so I just don't think it's that much of a rehash.
Just like the Inhumans always being mind controlled everytime they appear
 

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My problem is not with the symbiotes possessing someone. My problem is with the recycling of SOME of the same villains and rehashing plot lines among all of the current Marvel shows.
Many action or shared universe shows repeat plots when they have over 100, especially over 200 episodes. Look at the Arrowverse for example. It's not that a big of a deal. Especially since both the Arrowverse and the Marvel Animated Universe almost always put their own spin with the formula.

Also, the Symbiote War three-parter hasn't aired yet. You're jumping to conclusions without having seen them.
 
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