A bit of a break by reviewing Iron Man 2 and Thor was just what the doctor ordered. To see the good instead of the bad. But a small part of me wondered whether or not I would be able to return to reviewing crappy animation with my usual vigor. I mean, "The Ambassador" was easy enough to find energy for. But I was still worried. Worried that when I returned to recapping crappy episodes, I wouldn't have the vigor I once did.
But after realizing that the release of Age of Ultron was coming quite soon, I realized that I should
Ye gods, what I found.
I just... Words can't explain. Let me put it like this.
|I saw such beautiful horrors.|
|And I got to work.|
The show I'm looking at today comes from what you kids call "The Before-Time." But people my age call it "The 90's." As with any decade, the 90's has its ups and downs. While many fine, timeless cartoons like Batman: The Animated Series came out of this decade, let's just say that this one... isn't timeless. At all. We're talking "Nineties" spelled with a capital "X-TREEM."
There are those that say this show is the worst thing that Marvel Comics has ever put their name on. I would like to direct those people toward Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H.
Still, that claim has left me morbidly curious. And a little scared. And even somewhat excited. How bad could it be?
|If you only knew....|