(This review was originally posted on Jan. 20, 2020. Naturally, there are spoilers) Even though Infinity Train was originally presented as a one-off mini-series, the show runners had a secret up their sleeves. The show was actually an anthology where each season would focus on a new character. As someone who found themselves mildly disappointed… Continue reading Be a passenger on this new journey aboard the “Infinity Train.”
Okay, this review is finally done. Now, my computer is mostly fixed except there’s now another different problem, the pandemic is still happening, the protests are still peaceful - we’re finally making some headway (on things that should have happened long ago but progress is progress) - and Trump is spreading some weird propaganda...so things… Continue reading “Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts” has a mega awesome second season.
I wasn’t a fan of the first season of Netflix’s The Hollow. It started out well -but everything quickly fell apart, especially when the ending twist was finally revealed. It just ruined everything good the show had going for it. The twist was not well set-up, the characters were underdeveloped, and the medium change from… Continue reading The second season of “The Hollow” begins to fill a void -but there are plenty of cracks
If there was any Netflix original cartoon that didn’t need a second season, it was Disenchantment. The majority of the first season was terrible: the plot was meandering, the characters were all vastly unlikable and in my opinion, did absolutely nothing unique or interesting with its premise. And I wasn’t the only one who thought… Continue reading More “Disenchantment” from Groening with Season 2
I have been waiting forever for the second season of Aggretsuko; like since the first one ended, I’ve been waiting for another. While I wasn’t crazy about the Christmas special, I still thought it was fun. And this particular season was….something. Not a bad something. It just went in a very different direction than I… Continue reading The second season of “Aggretsuko” is unexpected and enjoyable