The original show was crap and the reboot was highly overrated. You aren't crazy for feeling these things.I'm just not interested..... I may have enjoyed OK K.O. and want to see Mao Mao last a good long time for the same simple enough reasons. This, however, doesn't grab me as a show. The only thing grabbing me is all the sad nostalgia whaling at and about it, which really needs to die in a ditch, honestly.
As much as people want to tell me I'm a dumb fool, mad at the internet, or autistic for not liking the original show, I'm standing my ground on this - the original show wasn't good; its 2011 remake was only a slight improvement, but thanks to being canned prematurely (which was a bad move, either way...), it never got the chance to be truly good and even if it had got a S2 and/or S3 to get better, it's original writing staff would still have botched things up all for the sake of making things more dark and gritty for pretty much no good reason.
.....And yet whenever I go anywhere else to voice THIS, I'm labeled dumb, mad at the internet, or autistic, even though I know I'm right (as much as I don't want to be, either, TBQHWY)? I'd like to see these naysayers sit down and really, actually come up with something better, then. That is if they can at all and not have it be more watchable than this, especially since you guys seem to be OK at best with it so far.
It was made in the 1980's so the writing was outright terrible. They had these sermons at the end for kids in the audience and all of the episodes ended with the cats laughing uproariously at jokes that aren't funny. The animation, although decent by standards of the day, doesn't hold up either.So explain how the original was crap, I'm not a fan of Thundercats of any type. I just wanna know why?
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I figured.It was made in the 1980's so the writing was outright terrible. They had these sermons at the end for kids in the audience and all of the episodes ended with the cats laughing uproariously at jokes that aren't funny. The animation, although decent by standards of the day, doesn't hold up either.
The toys were boss though. I was and am a fan of them.
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