I mean not saying it should reveal everything(I can understand Roy's development and I pretty much know why Barbara is in a wheelchair) but like I said the fact it kinda gets brushed aside kinda irks me. I don't mind timeskips(in fact I enjoy them)however I really wish we didn't skip any important developments and I really wish we didn't have to absorb any other media to connect the dots, remember the whole "The backstory of season 2 will be explained in a videogame)The series doesn't exactly reveal everything in linear fashion, anyway. If it doesn't get revealed in future episodes, then it's likely being saved for another season or tie-in material.
I might need to rewatch other seasons but I don't remember it making me laugh this much so yes.Also, does anyone else think the humor has gotten a lot better this season?
Yeah that is kinda strangeYou know for all the hype that this is supposedly darker and more than the last couple season (and it certainly is, I mean so far they haven't pulled punches with the blood, death, and once particularly Sam Ramy-ish scene) nobody seems to swear in this show. Heck, Lightning just said "Dangit
You had a couple years to rewatch the past seasons.These time skips and the fact that it’s been a couple of years since I’ve seen the past seasons, have made watching the show a bit difficult to follow. However, having the season have a focus on Dick’s team does help, so I won’t have to keep tabs on so many characters. Like why are there now THREE Harpers? And who’s the girl with luck based powers? Is she supposed to be Jinx?
Despite all this, I’m really enjoying this show!
Didn't think of it like that. Good comparison! I figured it may be a kind of.. alternate take on the Under the Hood DTV, a what-if he didn't flip out upon being revived and run off.Looks like they're pulling a Winter Soldier with Red Hood.
That would be very disturbing considering all the kids we've seen using it.I've seen some theories the Goode VR Goggles are leading to the Justifiers from the Final Crisis in the comics. Also where Godfrey took an alias of Reverend Goode. Hmm.
I’ve heard people complain about that before with this show and even Gargoyles. He plans so much, when most of it will likely never get made.I really like this show so far, but jeez louise, Greg and Vietti introduce so many new characters that there's no way they're going to resolve everything they set up, even if they get renewed more than once. It's kind of annoying, but just a minor complaint
As a fan, that's what I love about his shows. He creates worlds that don't end, characters never stop existing just because they fall out of focus or haven't been seen in a while, and there are always threads that hint at the next episode, next season, next spin-off. I greatly prefer that to shows where things either never change (He-Man & The Masters of the Universe) or the plot is completely wrapped up by the end of the season...meaning some new threat has to come along next season to keep the show going (Jackie Chan Adventures, most notably in later seasons).I’ve heard people complain about that before with this show and even Gargoyles. He plans so much, when most of it will likely never get made.
The goes against something else I learned about writing for cartoons; advice on how each season should be written as if it’s its last. In this industry, you never know when your show can end up cancelled.
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