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Voltron: Legendary Defender


Added 7 years ago by Onion Syrup • Updated about a month ago by Autumn Able
Added 7 years ago by Onion Syrup • Updated about a month ago by Autumn Able

Voltron: Legendary Defender
Voltron: Legendary Defender

Category: Subculture Status: submission Year: 2016 Origin: Studio Mir; DreamWorks Animation; Netflix Region:
Type: Cartoon TV Show
Tags: dreamworks animesque anime cartoon avatar the last airbender the legend of korra netflix

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Editor's Note: This entry contains spoilers for Voltron: Legendary Defender; read at your own caution.


About

Voltron: Legendary Defender is a 2016 American animated series by DreamWorks Animation that airs exclusively online as a Netflix original series. The show is known for being worked on by a crew comprised largely of the staff behind the critically acclaimed Nickelodeon shows Avatar The Last Airbender and The Legend of Korra.

Premise

Five earthlings discover that they are destined to pilot mysterious alien vehicles only known as lions. When combined, they form Voltron, the most powerful weapon in the universe. Together with alien Princess Allura and her manservant Coran, they take the fight to Zarkon, the notorious leader of the evil empire encroaching on all of the galaxy bent on taking Voltron for himself.



History

The Voltron crew is spearheaded by executive producer Joaquim Dos Santos, who is an alumnus of the Avatar series.

Voltron: Legendary Defender (shown below, right) is the 2016 reboot of the old original 80s anime Voltron: Defender of the Universe (shown below, left) and is the next reboot after Voltron Force, which aired on Nicktoons at 2011. All 11 episodes of the first season were released on June 10th, 2016.[1] A second season is in development and is set to be released late 2016.[12]


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Reception

Voltron: Legendary Defender was critically praised. IGN has given it a score of 89/100[8], Rotten Tomatoes average score for the series is 100%[9] and the show was given 8.4/10[10] from IMDB users. The show is mostly praised for its animation and character chemistry, which are reminiscent of the equally well-received Avatar series.

LGBTQ+ Representation Controversy

In August 2018, the seventh season of the series was released to much criticism from within the show's fanbase. Some accused the series of "queer-baiting," which is when a work makes a concerted effort to promote LGBTQ+ characters in advertising but marginalizes them in the finished product. This accusation surrounded the character Shiro, who Lauren Montgomery, one of the series' co-showrunners, confirmed was a homosexual at San Diego Comic-Con earlier that year. However, when the show was released, many fans complained that Shiro's significant other, a man named Adam, only appeared in two episodes and was quickly killed off.[15][16][17]

In response to the criticism, Joaquim Dos Santos, the show's co-showrunner, apologized for the lack of story elements regarding Adam, claiming that they had not intended on making him a recurring character. He said,[18] "With regards to season 7 itself, if anyone for any reason took away from this season that our intention was to queer bait the VLD fandom, I'd like to personally apologize." The tweet received more than 3,600 retweets and 9,900 likes in five months (shown below).


Joaquim Dos Santos @JDS_247 An open letter to the VLD fandom RE Season 7 to anyone who takes tne time out oT tneir aay to drop me a note but in this instance it's just not possible. Also know that the views in this letter are solely my own. I use the words "we" and "us" a lot. That should not reflect or infer how anyone else who I shared an experience alongside perceived the situation way from ths nans broke ipor socC) of Shiro boing artuy have to tell noter day. t any roto, the ch back ctory of Shiro boing in from o pares story First, I'd like to say that we created this version of Voltron with the intent of being as inclusive as possible within the boundaries given. Are there still boundaries? Well, for this type of action adventure/product driven/traditionallybe who p boys toys" show the answer is unfortunately yes.... Have those boundaries widened since we first started the show? Yes. Is there still a TON of room to grow? 100% YES. If we can wowe ogolnst From our PO desche haing Shiro and Ado spit we k the gord of the "buay ou o take resp for Ur krew people woukd be understond ng thot the VILD n more sceoi sally the LOBTO segnent of ne e'ne proud to say had lar decodes been cccupled by a pretty

The following month, in September 2018, Change.org[19] user Evelin Gomez started a campaign for "Dreamworks: GIVE THE VOLTRON WRITERS THE GREEN LIGHT! Give us LGBT Representation!" They wrote:

"Voltron Season 7 was very disappointing to the LGBT+ fans. We expected GOOD representation and instead, we got Heterosexual ships. Everyone was against the Voltron writers for queerbaiting, when in reality it was Dreamworks who did not give them the green light. This is 2018; children deserve to see themselves represented in shows. Children should be able to feel normal, no matter their sexuality. It's not fair for them to see that only heterosexuals live happily ever after and homosexuals get killed off. Dreamworks literally made a movie where a human and ogre fall in love and a donkey has babies with a dragon. GIVE VLD WRITERS THE GREEN LIGHT!

On December 14th, 2018, the final season of Voltron: Legendary Defender was released on Netflix. The following day, Change.org [14] user Allison Bugenis accused the series of not being true to the showrunners' intent. They wrote:

"Rather than receiving the original vision of the showrunners and cast, we as the faithful audience were given a messy season full of executive meddling. Beloved characters were mischaracterized, fridged, and left in the background to be forgotten. The bond between the cast disappeared[…]We are aware that this was not the original plan that the showrunners had for season 8, and we deserve, as an audience who truly loves the show and characters, to know what their vision and story was without the executive meddling that ruined the final season."

Within one week, the petition had amassed more than 17,000 votes of the campaign's 25,000 vote goal.

Many focused on the issue of LGBTQ representation in the finale, focusing on Shiro's ending in which he is seen with a new, unnamed male significant other. On December 14th, Twitter[20] user @JainaFlyingSolo tweeted, "Ya know, it's not really rep if you just tack on a wedding with a character we've never seen, don't have a name for, and don't have any connection to…*cough*damage control." The tweet received more than 40 retweets and 195 likes (shown below, left).

Twitter[21] user @gosutomhive tweeted, "Hi #VoltronSeason8 is not worth watching. Well unless you like forced heterosexuality, unanswered questions, a character arc completely revolved around romance, and characters pushed aside for a end game that couldn’t lasted." The tweet received more than 15 retweets and 100 likes in one week (shown below, right).


Ya know, it's not really rep if you just tack on a wedding with a character we've never seen, don't have a name for, and don't have any connection to...*cough* damage control "cough" #VoltronSeason8 #voltron #Shiro Hi #VoltronSeason8 is not worth watching. Well unless you like forced heterosexuality, unanswered questions, a character arc completely revolved around romance, and characters pushed aside for a end game that couldn't lasted. #voltronspoilers

Writing for GeekDad,[22] reviewer Sean Z summed up the complaints with the series and animation in general. They said:

"There is an unfortunate dichotomy in animation. Due to networks’ fear of poor reception, studio executives are afraid to include gay content, but are well aware that adding queer characters can be an incredibly valuable marketing tool. Because the medium has almost no gay characters, when an animated LGBTQ protagonist does emerge, teen and adult fans tend to flock to them. When Voltron revealed Shiro was gay, #Shiro became the number one trending topic on Twitter.

"The fact is: the wedding is a PR stunt–one that reduces queer people to marketing collateral and attempts to sell a last-ditch effort as 'groundbreaking.' That is why the scene is so reprehensible: the studio expects to be rewarded for it."

Online Relevance

The show has official Facebook and Twitter accounts with roughly 275k likes[3] and 20k followers[4] respectively. Both accounts showcasing merchandise news and promotional art (seen below). An official site exclusively for the show exists.[7] A subreddit for the show has 1,666 subscribers.[11]


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Fandom

A notable portion of the fans of Legendary Defender are fans of the now concluded Avatar television series, who have migrated when the news that Voltron is worked on by the same crew began to spread.

There are approximately 14,000 search results for Voltron on DeviantArt.[2] Deviations include the original series as well as Legendary Defender. The fans are well represented on Tumblr.[5] Voltron managed to rank as the 3rd most popular television show on the site by August 8, 2016[6], according to the official Fandometrics blog. behind the long-time running first placer Steven Universe, and then The Miraculous Ladybug. As of August 29th, Voltron has ranked as the second TV show with the most activity.[13]

Fan Art


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Comments ( 72 )

  • Coffeebending - 7 years ago


    Neon Genesis Evangelion (1995)

    +17
    • Onion Syrup - 7 years ago


      Voltron: Legendary Defender (2016)

      +10
  • Onion Syrup - 7 years ago


    Voltron: Legendary Defender (2016)

    +10
  • L0rdtr3k - 7 years ago

    Voltron is really good both the original and the 2016 version. Now if Gigantor received the same treatment as Voltron and Giant Robo, I'll be happy.

    +7
  • FigureGunplaFan - 6 years ago

    I will NEVER forget that one fan who blackmailed the studio just to let them make one fan ship a canonically gay couple.

    +5
  • Knightshade - 6 years ago

    Anybody else watching season 3?

    +3
  • RieSonomura - 6 years ago

    Completed all of season 4 yesterday, and I'm really excited for Season 5!

    +2
  • Phosphofuckup - 6 years ago

    FICTION IS REALITY entry when?

    -1
  • justforsiiva - 5 years ago

    shiro dies in infinity war

    +12
  • chancestohr - 5 years ago

    So would proper gay representation be characters who are never allowed to suffer or have any kind of bad things happen to them.

    +14
    • Anti-Guy - 5 years ago

      In my experience yes I think the people who push this really hard basically just want to watch mary sue romances

      +1
  • LesserAngel - 5 years ago

    So, does this prove the argument on why "shoehorning diversity" is a bad idea? The argument being "because it usually has a mediocre (at best) result."

    It's not like people have been complaining about this very practice for some years now…

    +4
  • AL2009man - 5 years ago

    you know, if thy removed Shiro's LGBTQ characteristic and his previous relationship with his ex-boyfriend, the story won't change.

    admit it, they did a really bad job of handling Shiro's relationship and they better off delisting it.. One of the ending segments for Shiro was basically "ok, fine, here's your LGBTQ moment, leave us alone!" moment and it REALLY shows.

    If I was one of the writers or directors, I would tell them to delist LGBTQ Shiro if it serves no purpose to the story or focus on Shiro's relationship more.
    0
    • AL2009man - 5 years ago

      other then that, Voltron: Legendary Defender is one of the few examples on how to do a GOOD Reboot.

      0
    • chancestohr - 5 years ago

      But isn't that how it should be? Shiro is a great character who happens to be gay rather than a character who's great because he's gay. It's not his defining feature and is just a part of who he is.

      0
      • LesserAngel - 5 years ago

        I guess it depends. The way I see it, if a character's sexuality involves a romance sub-plot, than said sub-plot should probably at least have some effort in it, half-assing it pleases no one. Applies whether they're straight or gay, to be fair.

        +11
        • AL2009man - 5 years ago

          that's the point that I'm trying to come across.

          after learning from SDCC panel, I was hoping we're going to see more of Shiro's past before the events of the entire show.

          in Season 7, I though the photo frame gave me a hint that Shiro is indeed gay. turns out, it was actually Adam W. (which, I assume to be Shiro's best friend) who is dating Shiro at the time. and also, he later dies defending Earth from the Galra.

          how did I learn this outside of the show? from the showrunners's words, not the actual show itself. they didn't do a good job of showing me more of Shiro's relationship if they want to justify Shiro being gay.

          guess they need to learn how to "Show, don't tell" more than "Tell, but don't show"
          0
      • AL2009man - 5 years ago

        that's the point that I'm trying to come across.

        after learning from SDCC panel, I was hoping we're going to see more of Shiro's past before the events of the entire show.

        in Season 7, I though the photo frame gave me a hint that Shiro is indeed gay. turns out, it was actually Adam W. (which, I assume to be Shiro's best friend) who is dating Shiro at the time. and also, he later dies defending Earth from the Galra.

        how did I learn this outside of the show? from the showrunners's words, not the actual show itself. they didn't do a good job of showing me more of Shiro's relationship if they want to justify Shiro being gay.

        guess they need to learn how to "Show, don't tell" more than "Tell, but don't show"
        0
    • LesserAngel - 5 years ago

      I guess it depends. The way I see it, if a character's sexuality involves a romance sub-plot, than said sub-plot should probably at least have some effort in it, half-assing it pleases no one. Applies whether they're straight or gay, to be fair.

      +11
      • AL2009man - 5 years ago

        that's the point that I'm trying to come across.

        after learning from SDCC panel, I was hoping we're going to see more of Shiro's past before the events of the entire show.

        in Season 7, I though the photo frame gave me a hint that Shiro is indeed gay. turns out, it was actually Adam W. (which, I assume to be Shiro's best friend) who is dating Shiro at the time. and also, he later dies defending Earth from the Galra.

        how did I learn this outside of the show? from the showrunners's words, not the actual show itself. they didn't do a good job of showing me more of Shiro's relationship if they want to justify Shiro being gay.

        guess they need to learn how to "Show, don't tell" more than "Tell, but don't show"
        0
    • AL2009man - 5 years ago

      that's the point that I'm trying to come across.

      after learning from SDCC panel, I was hoping we're going to see more of Shiro's past before the events of the entire show.

      in Season 7, I though the photo frame gave me a hint that Shiro is indeed gay. turns out, it was actually Adam W. (which, I assume to be Shiro's best friend) who is dating Shiro at the time. and also, he later dies defending Earth from the Galra.

      how did I learn this outside of the show? from the showrunners's words, not the actual show itself. they didn't do a good job of showing me more of Shiro's relationship if they want to justify Shiro being gay.

      guess they need to learn how to "Show, don't tell" more than "Tell, but don't show"
      0
    • Gigas37 - 5 years ago

      Isn't this the same studio that went through all the Legend of Korra drama?

      Frankly, making story changes based on fan feedback for a longterm animation project is a terrible idea given how long in advance stories are planned out and I detest it when studios second guess their own story arcs.

      Fan feedback only really works well for impromptu story making like in Critical Role where the actors can take fan feedback into account and pick and choose the ideas they like while still molding the character to their liking. One of the key things about the game is that Matt has made it clear that the campaign story is theirs and that they are sharing that experience with the audience. They will shape the characters as they see fit, with or without fan ideas.

      I am still bitter over how Overwatch's story has been mostly scrapped due to not wanting to infringe on fan head cannons. Its been almost three years and the plot is still moving at a snail's pace.

      +7
      • Shade.Usher - 5 years ago

        Overwatch has a story?

        +1
        • Anti-Guy - 5 years ago

          Nothing really comes of it basically just weekly adventure shit with no real connection and little character interaction. who all of these characters are supposed to meet or even what the goal of anyone is beyond the vaguest.

          Let alone where people like the more neutral/not OG overwatch characters (Hanzo, Junkrat, Symmetra, Wrecking Ball, Zarya, Ashe, Bastion, and Lúcio) come in and their involvement pretty bad that a game with just classes like TF2 is beating a hero shooter in the story department

          0
      • Anti-Guy - 5 years ago

        Nothing really comes of it basically just weekly adventure shit with no real connection and little character interaction. who all of these characters are supposed to meet or even what the goal of anyone is beyond the vaguest.

        Let alone where people like the more neutral/not OG overwatch characters (Hanzo, Junkrat, Symmetra, Wrecking Ball, Zarya, Ashe, Bastion, and Lúcio) come in and their involvement pretty bad that a game with just classes like TF2 is beating a hero shooter in the story department

        0
    • Shade.Usher - 5 years ago

      Overwatch has a story?

      +1
      • Anti-Guy - 5 years ago

        Nothing really comes of it basically just weekly adventure shit with no real connection and little character interaction. who all of these characters are supposed to meet or even what the goal of anyone is beyond the vaguest.

        Let alone where people like the more neutral/not OG overwatch characters (Hanzo, Junkrat, Symmetra, Wrecking Ball, Zarya, Ashe, Bastion, and Lúcio) come in and their involvement pretty bad that a game with just classes like TF2 is beating a hero shooter in the story department

        0
  • AL2009man - 5 years ago

    other then that, Voltron: Legendary Defender is one of the few examples on how to do a GOOD Reboot.

    0
  • chancestohr - 5 years ago

    But isn't that how it should be? Shiro is a great character who happens to be gay rather than a character who's great because he's gay. It's not his defining feature and is just a part of who he is.

    0
    • LesserAngel - 5 years ago

      I guess it depends. The way I see it, if a character's sexuality involves a romance sub-plot, than said sub-plot should probably at least have some effort in it, half-assing it pleases no one. Applies whether they're straight or gay, to be fair.

      +11
      • AL2009man - 5 years ago

        that's the point that I'm trying to come across.

        after learning from SDCC panel, I was hoping we're going to see more of Shiro's past before the events of the entire show.

        in Season 7, I though the photo frame gave me a hint that Shiro is indeed gay. turns out, it was actually Adam W. (which, I assume to be Shiro's best friend) who is dating Shiro at the time. and also, he later dies defending Earth from the Galra.

        how did I learn this outside of the show? from the showrunners's words, not the actual show itself. they didn't do a good job of showing me more of Shiro's relationship if they want to justify Shiro being gay.

        guess they need to learn how to "Show, don't tell" more than "Tell, but don't show"
        0
    • AL2009man - 5 years ago

      that's the point that I'm trying to come across.

      after learning from SDCC panel, I was hoping we're going to see more of Shiro's past before the events of the entire show.

      in Season 7, I though the photo frame gave me a hint that Shiro is indeed gay. turns out, it was actually Adam W. (which, I assume to be Shiro's best friend) who is dating Shiro at the time. and also, he later dies defending Earth from the Galra.

      how did I learn this outside of the show? from the showrunners's words, not the actual show itself. they didn't do a good job of showing me more of Shiro's relationship if they want to justify Shiro being gay.

      guess they need to learn how to "Show, don't tell" more than "Tell, but don't show"
      0
  • Electric Dictator Bedebao - 5 years ago

    And this is why you don't try to pander to a specific audience. Make something that anyone can enjoy.

    +15
  • Trojanmorse - 5 years ago

    As someone who didn't watch the serie, is this just "representation" whining or did the ending really affect the quality of the story ?

    +2
    • AL2009man - 5 years ago

      without spoiling, nope.

      +2
  • LesserAngel - 5 years ago

    I guess it depends. The way I see it, if a character's sexuality involves a romance sub-plot, than said sub-plot should probably at least have some effort in it, half-assing it pleases no one. Applies whether they're straight or gay, to be fair.

    +11
    • AL2009man - 5 years ago

      that's the point that I'm trying to come across.

      after learning from SDCC panel, I was hoping we're going to see more of Shiro's past before the events of the entire show.

      in Season 7, I though the photo frame gave me a hint that Shiro is indeed gay. turns out, it was actually Adam W. (which, I assume to be Shiro's best friend) who is dating Shiro at the time. and also, he later dies defending Earth from the Galra.

      how did I learn this outside of the show? from the showrunners's words, not the actual show itself. they didn't do a good job of showing me more of Shiro's relationship if they want to justify Shiro being gay.

      guess they need to learn how to "Show, don't tell" more than "Tell, but don't show"
      0
  • chancestohr - 5 years ago

    Honestly the people getting upset over this shouldn't even be considered fans of the series. They never actually talk about the show. They never talk about the characters, story, animation, or music. All they ever cared about was shipping and mental gymnastics to make all the characters gay.

    +17
    • TheDoctor64 - 5 years ago

      As someone who visited the Voltron threads on /co/, I can confirm that most of the time it was shipping wars.

      +2
  • AL2009man - 5 years ago

    that's the point that I'm trying to come across.

    after learning from SDCC panel, I was hoping we're going to see more of Shiro's past before the events of the entire show.

    in Season 7, I though the photo frame gave me a hint that Shiro is indeed gay. turns out, it was actually Adam W. (which, I assume to be Shiro's best friend) who is dating Shiro at the time. and also, he later dies defending Earth from the Galra.

    how did I learn this outside of the show? from the showrunners's words, not the actual show itself. they didn't do a good job of showing me more of Shiro's relationship if they want to justify Shiro being gay.

    guess they need to learn how to "Show, don't tell" more than "Tell, but don't show"
    0
  • justforsiiva - 5 years ago

    Mfw live action avatar will both be a lesser retelling of the original avatar but also inherit the wonderful Voltron fanbase to act as a second time around tarnish to the original series

    +7
  • man weed - 5 years ago

    -COOL ROBOT

    "WOW! GAY!"

    +22
  • Gigas37 - 5 years ago

    Isn't this the same studio that went through all the Legend of Korra drama?

    Frankly, making story changes based on fan feedback for a longterm animation project is a terrible idea given how long in advance stories are planned out and I detest it when studios second guess their own story arcs.

    Fan feedback only really works well for impromptu story making like in Critical Role where the actors can take fan feedback into account and pick and choose the ideas they like while still molding the character to their liking. One of the key things about the game is that Matt has made it clear that the campaign story is theirs and that they are sharing that experience with the audience. They will shape the characters as they see fit, with or without fan ideas.

    I am still bitter over how Overwatch's story has been mostly scrapped due to not wanting to infringe on fan head cannons. Its been almost three years and the plot is still moving at a snail's pace.

    +7
    • Shade.Usher - 5 years ago

      Overwatch has a story?

      +1
      • Anti-Guy - 5 years ago

        Nothing really comes of it basically just weekly adventure shit with no real connection and little character interaction. who all of these characters are supposed to meet or even what the goal of anyone is beyond the vaguest.

        Let alone where people like the more neutral/not OG overwatch characters (Hanzo, Junkrat, Symmetra, Wrecking Ball, Zarya, Ashe, Bastion, and Lúcio) come in and their involvement pretty bad that a game with just classes like TF2 is beating a hero shooter in the story department

        0
    • Anti-Guy - 5 years ago

      Nothing really comes of it basically just weekly adventure shit with no real connection and little character interaction. who all of these characters are supposed to meet or even what the goal of anyone is beyond the vaguest.

      Let alone where people like the more neutral/not OG overwatch characters (Hanzo, Junkrat, Symmetra, Wrecking Ball, Zarya, Ashe, Bastion, and Lúcio) come in and their involvement pretty bad that a game with just classes like TF2 is beating a hero shooter in the story department

      0
  • Kenetic Kups - 5 years ago

    I don’t even get what people are upset about

    +6
  • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

    If the robot was in 2D, I would have wacht.

    -1
    • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

      Rise against artistic progression!

      +1
      • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

        What you wrote make no sens.

        +1
        • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

          Which of those 4 words confuses you?

          0
          • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

            What of; "not making sens" don't you understand?

            0
            • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

              Probably the "sens" part.

              0
              • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

                That the most easy part.

                Anyway like constant pain haved say: you confond progression and regression.

                And 3D robot in a 2D animated show are a regression.

                0
                • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

                  I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

                  0
              • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

                I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

                0
            • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

              That the most easy part.

              Anyway like constant pain haved say: you confond progression and regression.

              And 3D robot in a 2D animated show are a regression.

              0
              • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

                I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

                0
            • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

              I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

              0
          • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

            Probably the "sens" part.

            0
            • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

              That the most easy part.

              Anyway like constant pain haved say: you confond progression and regression.

              And 3D robot in a 2D animated show are a regression.

              0
              • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

                I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

                0
            • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

              I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

              0
          • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

            That the most easy part.

            Anyway like constant pain haved say: you confond progression and regression.

            And 3D robot in a 2D animated show are a regression.

            0
            • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

              I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

              0
          • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

            I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

            0
        • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

          What of; "not making sens" don't you understand?

          0
          • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

            Probably the "sens" part.

            0
            • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

              That the most easy part.

              Anyway like constant pain haved say: you confond progression and regression.

              And 3D robot in a 2D animated show are a regression.

              0
              • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

                I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

                0
            • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

              I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

              0
          • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

            That the most easy part.

            Anyway like constant pain haved say: you confond progression and regression.

            And 3D robot in a 2D animated show are a regression.

            0
            • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

              I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

              0
          • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

            I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

            0
        • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

          Probably the "sens" part.

          0
          • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

            That the most easy part.

            Anyway like constant pain haved say: you confond progression and regression.

            And 3D robot in a 2D animated show are a regression.

            0
            • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

              I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

              0
          • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

            I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

            0
        • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

          That the most easy part.

          Anyway like constant pain haved say: you confond progression and regression.

          And 3D robot in a 2D animated show are a regression.

          0
          • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

            I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

            0
        • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

          I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

          0
      • Constant pain - 5 years ago

        I think you spelled 'regression' wrong.

        +4
      • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

        Which of those 4 words confuses you?

        0
        • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

          What of; "not making sens" don't you understand?

          0
          • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

            Probably the "sens" part.

            0
            • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

              That the most easy part.

              Anyway like constant pain haved say: you confond progression and regression.

              And 3D robot in a 2D animated show are a regression.

              0
              • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

                I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

                0
            • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

              I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

              0
          • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

            That the most easy part.

            Anyway like constant pain haved say: you confond progression and regression.

            And 3D robot in a 2D animated show are a regression.

            0
            • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

              I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

              0
          • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

            I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

            0
        • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

          Probably the "sens" part.

          0
          • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

            That the most easy part.

            Anyway like constant pain haved say: you confond progression and regression.

            And 3D robot in a 2D animated show are a regression.

            0
            • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

              I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

              0
          • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

            I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

            0
        • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

          That the most easy part.

          Anyway like constant pain haved say: you confond progression and regression.

          And 3D robot in a 2D animated show are a regression.

          0
          • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

            I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

            0
        • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

          I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

          0
      • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

        What of; "not making sens" don't you understand?

        0
        • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

          Probably the "sens" part.

          0
          • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

            That the most easy part.

            Anyway like constant pain haved say: you confond progression and regression.

            And 3D robot in a 2D animated show are a regression.

            0
            • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

              I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

              0
          • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

            I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

            0
        • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

          That the most easy part.

          Anyway like constant pain haved say: you confond progression and regression.

          And 3D robot in a 2D animated show are a regression.

          0
          • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

            I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

            0
        • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

          I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

          0
      • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

        Probably the "sens" part.

        0
        • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

          That the most easy part.

          Anyway like constant pain haved say: you confond progression and regression.

          And 3D robot in a 2D animated show are a regression.

          0
          • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

            I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

            0
        • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

          I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

          0
      • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

        That the most easy part.

        Anyway like constant pain haved say: you confond progression and regression.

        And 3D robot in a 2D animated show are a regression.

        0
        • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

          I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

          0
    • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

      What you wrote make no sens.

      +1
      • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

        Which of those 4 words confuses you?

        0
        • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

          What of; "not making sens" don't you understand?

          0
          • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

            Probably the "sens" part.

            0
            • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

              That the most easy part.

              Anyway like constant pain haved say: you confond progression and regression.

              And 3D robot in a 2D animated show are a regression.

              0
              • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

                I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

                0
            • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

              I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

              0
          • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

            That the most easy part.

            Anyway like constant pain haved say: you confond progression and regression.

            And 3D robot in a 2D animated show are a regression.

            0
            • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

              I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

              0
          • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

            I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

            0
        • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

          Probably the "sens" part.

          0
          • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

            That the most easy part.

            Anyway like constant pain haved say: you confond progression and regression.

            And 3D robot in a 2D animated show are a regression.

            0
            • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

              I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

              0
          • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

            I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

            0
        • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

          That the most easy part.

          Anyway like constant pain haved say: you confond progression and regression.

          And 3D robot in a 2D animated show are a regression.

          0
          • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

            I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

            0
        • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

          I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

          0
      • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

        What of; "not making sens" don't you understand?

        0
        • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

          Probably the "sens" part.

          0
          • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

            That the most easy part.

            Anyway like constant pain haved say: you confond progression and regression.

            And 3D robot in a 2D animated show are a regression.

            0
            • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

              I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

              0
          • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

            I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

            0
        • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

          That the most easy part.

          Anyway like constant pain haved say: you confond progression and regression.

          And 3D robot in a 2D animated show are a regression.

          0
          • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

            I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

            0
        • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

          I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

          0
      • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

        Probably the "sens" part.

        0
        • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

          That the most easy part.

          Anyway like constant pain haved say: you confond progression and regression.

          And 3D robot in a 2D animated show are a regression.

          0
          • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

            I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

            0
        • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

          I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

          0
      • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

        That the most easy part.

        Anyway like constant pain haved say: you confond progression and regression.

        And 3D robot in a 2D animated show are a regression.

        0
        • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

          I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

          0
      • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

        I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

        0
    • Constant pain - 5 years ago

      I think you spelled 'regression' wrong.

      +4
    • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

      Which of those 4 words confuses you?

      0
      • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

        What of; "not making sens" don't you understand?

        0
        • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

          Probably the "sens" part.

          0
          • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

            That the most easy part.

            Anyway like constant pain haved say: you confond progression and regression.

            And 3D robot in a 2D animated show are a regression.

            0
            • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

              I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

              0
          • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

            I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

            0
        • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

          That the most easy part.

          Anyway like constant pain haved say: you confond progression and regression.

          And 3D robot in a 2D animated show are a regression.

          0
          • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

            I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

            0
        • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

          I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

          0
      • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

        Probably the "sens" part.

        0
        • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

          That the most easy part.

          Anyway like constant pain haved say: you confond progression and regression.

          And 3D robot in a 2D animated show are a regression.

          0
          • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

            I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

            0
        • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

          I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

          0
      • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

        That the most easy part.

        Anyway like constant pain haved say: you confond progression and regression.

        And 3D robot in a 2D animated show are a regression.

        0
        • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

          I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

          0
      • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

        I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

        0
    • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

      What of; "not making sens" don't you understand?

      0
      • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

        Probably the "sens" part.

        0
        • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

          That the most easy part.

          Anyway like constant pain haved say: you confond progression and regression.

          And 3D robot in a 2D animated show are a regression.

          0
          • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

            I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

            0
        • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

          I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

          0
      • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

        That the most easy part.

        Anyway like constant pain haved say: you confond progression and regression.

        And 3D robot in a 2D animated show are a regression.

        0
        • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

          I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

          0
      • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

        I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

        0
    • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

      Probably the "sens" part.

      0
      • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

        That the most easy part.

        Anyway like constant pain haved say: you confond progression and regression.

        And 3D robot in a 2D animated show are a regression.

        0
        • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

          I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

          0
      • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

        I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

        0
  • King DJ - 5 years ago

    The only thing I ever heard people talk about relating to this show was about lgbt stuff or that klance pairing. Kinda tells me this show wasn’t even that interesting. Also remember when yaoi fangirls weren’t so politically motivated and were kinda just pervs? I miss those days.

    +15
    • Mr. Candles - 5 years ago

      It's always that one pairing where its fans accuse you of being a horrendous criminal or bigot if you like it/don't like it. Usually two pairings having the opposite roles with one being directly opposed to the other, cunt magnet ship.

      +4
    • AL2009man - 5 years ago

      "Kinda tells me this show wasn’t even that interesting."

      the later season starts to get pretty crazy in terms of overall enjoyment. (hell, we might reach some level of Gurren Lagann in some cases)

      +2
    • maskofthedragon - 5 years ago

      Shippers have always been the worse part of every fandom

      +9
      • Shade.Usher - 5 years ago

        I think the people sending death threats are worse, though they often end up having been shippers as well…

        0
    • Cyphon - 5 years ago

      Correct me if I'm wrong, but the main difference between yaoi fans and yuri fans is that the yuri fans don't usually send people death threats or blackmail when it's become obvious that their pairing ain't gonna happen.

      0
    • Shade.Usher - 5 years ago

      I think the people sending death threats are worse, though they often end up having been shippers as well…

      0
  • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

    Rise against artistic progression!

    +1
    • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

      What you wrote make no sens.

      +1
      • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

        Which of those 4 words confuses you?

        0
        • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

          What of; "not making sens" don't you understand?

          0
          • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

            Probably the "sens" part.

            0
            • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

              That the most easy part.

              Anyway like constant pain haved say: you confond progression and regression.

              And 3D robot in a 2D animated show are a regression.

              0
              • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

                I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

                0
            • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

              I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

              0
          • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

            That the most easy part.

            Anyway like constant pain haved say: you confond progression and regression.

            And 3D robot in a 2D animated show are a regression.

            0
            • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

              I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

              0
          • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

            I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

            0
        • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

          Probably the "sens" part.

          0
          • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

            That the most easy part.

            Anyway like constant pain haved say: you confond progression and regression.

            And 3D robot in a 2D animated show are a regression.

            0
            • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

              I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

              0
          • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

            I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

            0
        • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

          That the most easy part.

          Anyway like constant pain haved say: you confond progression and regression.

          And 3D robot in a 2D animated show are a regression.

          0
          • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

            I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

            0
        • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

          I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

          0
      • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

        What of; "not making sens" don't you understand?

        0
        • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

          Probably the "sens" part.

          0
          • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

            That the most easy part.

            Anyway like constant pain haved say: you confond progression and regression.

            And 3D robot in a 2D animated show are a regression.

            0
            • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

              I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

              0
          • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

            I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

            0
        • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

          That the most easy part.

          Anyway like constant pain haved say: you confond progression and regression.

          And 3D robot in a 2D animated show are a regression.

          0
          • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

            I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

            0
        • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

          I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

          0
      • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

        Probably the "sens" part.

        0
        • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

          That the most easy part.

          Anyway like constant pain haved say: you confond progression and regression.

          And 3D robot in a 2D animated show are a regression.

          0
          • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

            I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

            0
        • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

          I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

          0
      • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

        That the most easy part.

        Anyway like constant pain haved say: you confond progression and regression.

        And 3D robot in a 2D animated show are a regression.

        0
        • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

          I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

          0
      • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

        I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

        0
    • Constant pain - 5 years ago

      I think you spelled 'regression' wrong.

      +4
    • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

      Which of those 4 words confuses you?

      0
      • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

        What of; "not making sens" don't you understand?

        0
        • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

          Probably the "sens" part.

          0
          • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

            That the most easy part.

            Anyway like constant pain haved say: you confond progression and regression.

            And 3D robot in a 2D animated show are a regression.

            0
            • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

              I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

              0
          • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

            I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

            0
        • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

          That the most easy part.

          Anyway like constant pain haved say: you confond progression and regression.

          And 3D robot in a 2D animated show are a regression.

          0
          • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

            I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

            0
        • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

          I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

          0
      • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

        Probably the "sens" part.

        0
        • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

          That the most easy part.

          Anyway like constant pain haved say: you confond progression and regression.

          And 3D robot in a 2D animated show are a regression.

          0
          • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

            I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

            0
        • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

          I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

          0
      • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

        That the most easy part.

        Anyway like constant pain haved say: you confond progression and regression.

        And 3D robot in a 2D animated show are a regression.

        0
        • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

          I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

          0
      • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

        I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

        0
    • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

      What of; "not making sens" don't you understand?

      0
      • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

        Probably the "sens" part.

        0
        • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

          That the most easy part.

          Anyway like constant pain haved say: you confond progression and regression.

          And 3D robot in a 2D animated show are a regression.

          0
          • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

            I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

            0
        • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

          I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

          0
      • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

        That the most easy part.

        Anyway like constant pain haved say: you confond progression and regression.

        And 3D robot in a 2D animated show are a regression.

        0
        • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

          I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

          0
      • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

        I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

        0
    • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

      Probably the "sens" part.

      0
      • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

        That the most easy part.

        Anyway like constant pain haved say: you confond progression and regression.

        And 3D robot in a 2D animated show are a regression.

        0
        • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

          I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

          0
      • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

        I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

        0
    • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

      That the most easy part.

      Anyway like constant pain haved say: you confond progression and regression.

      And 3D robot in a 2D animated show are a regression.

      0
      • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

        I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

        0
  • Bilbo Swaggins - 5 years ago

    I thought people were more upset over Allura dying in the finale

    +5
    • TheDoctor64 - 5 years ago

      >make her date Lance at the beginning of the season
      >"oh that's cute"
      >instead of giving them a happy ending they kill Allura and make Lance an altean or something because reasons

      +2
      • King DJ - 5 years ago

        Wow they seriously played the stuffed in the fridge trope at the last second? (I just got Samurai Jack flashbacks)

        +5
        • LesserAngel - 5 years ago

          I think I may have seen ONE series that pulled that off even remotely well.

          0
      • LesserAngel - 5 years ago

        I think I may have seen ONE series that pulled that off even remotely well.

        0
    • King DJ - 5 years ago

      Wow they seriously played the stuffed in the fridge trope at the last second? (I just got Samurai Jack flashbacks)

      +5
      • LesserAngel - 5 years ago

        I think I may have seen ONE series that pulled that off even remotely well.

        0
    • LesserAngel - 5 years ago

      I think I may have seen ONE series that pulled that off even remotely well.

      0
  • 12monkehs - 5 years ago

    This:

    0
  • Mr. Candles - 5 years ago

    It's always that one pairing where its fans accuse you of being a horrendous criminal or bigot if you like it/don't like it. Usually two pairings having the opposite roles with one being directly opposed to the other, cunt magnet ship.

    +4
  • MonoCap - 5 years ago

    what i really find funny in all this is how mangled up this whole meta situation is
    you have voltron which is a mutated and muddled american adaptation of a completely unrelated toei property, which got its revival off nostalgia in the '10's, which somehow manages to selfburgerize it further by virtue of the team and the fans sticking ugly sjw drama in it

    which is by far the definition of 80's mecha anime, right

    honestly, i hate seeing these people run about and make the source material look bad
    with how many japanese IPs that have been butchered during or after crossing the pacific pond, i'd at least hope eastern content creators know they shouldn't trust americans in the current climate with their franchises lest they turn them into a shadow of their former selves, but the truth is they could care less about our internal politics; it's only when shit turns ugly do they raise their eyebrows anyway

    +6
    • AL2009man - 5 years ago

      at least Legendary Defender turned out to be a good show, beside bad eggs.

      +8
  • AL2009man - 5 years ago

    at least Legendary Defender turned out to be a good show, beside bad eggs.

    +8
  • AL2009man - 5 years ago

    "Kinda tells me this show wasn’t even that interesting."

    the later season starts to get pretty crazy in terms of overall enjoyment. (hell, we might reach some level of Gurren Lagann in some cases)

    +2
  • AL2009man - 5 years ago

    without spoiling, nope.

    +2
  • maskofthedragon - 5 years ago

    Shippers have always been the worse part of every fandom

    +9
    • Shade.Usher - 5 years ago

      I think the people sending death threats are worse, though they often end up having been shippers as well…

      0
  • HelifIgno - 5 years ago

    Fun fact, There are more people with Anatidaephobia than there are Same-Sex exclusive… practitioners? I don't know what they would call it so shrug

    0
  • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

    What you wrote make no sens.

    +1
    • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

      Which of those 4 words confuses you?

      0
      • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

        What of; "not making sens" don't you understand?

        0
        • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

          Probably the "sens" part.

          0
          • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

            That the most easy part.

            Anyway like constant pain haved say: you confond progression and regression.

            And 3D robot in a 2D animated show are a regression.

            0
            • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

              I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

              0
          • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

            I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

            0
        • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

          That the most easy part.

          Anyway like constant pain haved say: you confond progression and regression.

          And 3D robot in a 2D animated show are a regression.

          0
          • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

            I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

            0
        • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

          I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

          0
      • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

        Probably the "sens" part.

        0
        • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

          That the most easy part.

          Anyway like constant pain haved say: you confond progression and regression.

          And 3D robot in a 2D animated show are a regression.

          0
          • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

            I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

            0
        • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

          I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

          0
      • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

        That the most easy part.

        Anyway like constant pain haved say: you confond progression and regression.

        And 3D robot in a 2D animated show are a regression.

        0
        • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

          I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

          0
      • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

        I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

        0
    • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

      What of; "not making sens" don't you understand?

      0
      • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

        Probably the "sens" part.

        0
        • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

          That the most easy part.

          Anyway like constant pain haved say: you confond progression and regression.

          And 3D robot in a 2D animated show are a regression.

          0
          • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

            I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

            0
        • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

          I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

          0
      • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

        That the most easy part.

        Anyway like constant pain haved say: you confond progression and regression.

        And 3D robot in a 2D animated show are a regression.

        0
        • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

          I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

          0
      • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

        I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

        0
    • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

      Probably the "sens" part.

      0
      • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

        That the most easy part.

        Anyway like constant pain haved say: you confond progression and regression.

        And 3D robot in a 2D animated show are a regression.

        0
        • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

          I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

          0
      • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

        I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

        0
    • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

      That the most easy part.

      Anyway like constant pain haved say: you confond progression and regression.

      And 3D robot in a 2D animated show are a regression.

      0
      • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

        I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

        0
    • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

      I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

      0
  • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

    Void ?

    0
  • 12monkehs - 5 years ago

    No, nothing.

    0
  • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

    That what I wrote.

    0
  • A Mr Mime - 5 years ago

    It was ok

    0
  • TheDoctor64 - 5 years ago

    >make her date Lance at the beginning of the season
    >"oh that's cute"
    >instead of giving them a happy ending they kill Allura and make Lance an altean or something because reasons

    +2
    • King DJ - 5 years ago

      Wow they seriously played the stuffed in the fridge trope at the last second? (I just got Samurai Jack flashbacks)

      +5
      • LesserAngel - 5 years ago

        I think I may have seen ONE series that pulled that off even remotely well.

        0
    • LesserAngel - 5 years ago

      I think I may have seen ONE series that pulled that off even remotely well.

      0
  • TheDoctor64 - 5 years ago

    As someone who visited the Voltron threads on /co/, I can confirm that most of the time it was shipping wars.

    +2
  • Silvally - 5 years ago

    God, the fanbase for this show was garbage. Not even glad its over because they'll just move on to the next show to try and ruin.

    +16
    • PYRO Beatrice - 5 years ago

      Fully expecting She Ra's reboot to go down in flames in the same fashion as this.

      0
      • Shade.Usher - 5 years ago

        Why? What has indicated that that will happen?

        0
        • PYRO Beatrice - 5 years ago

          Main girl Adora/She-Ra had a best friend in the bad guy army, Catra, that she left behind once she realized that the bad guys… were the bad guys. Catra feels a sense of abandonment from her best friend and has risen the ranks to fight her and be the main rival villain. Fans of the show are eating that shit up for shipping material, and I'm just expecting things to turn out not perfect for them and things going the rout of Voltron. I'd like to be wrong, but to be fair I am being pessimistic about it.

          0
      • PYRO Beatrice - 5 years ago

        Main girl Adora/She-Ra had a best friend in the bad guy army, Catra, that she left behind once she realized that the bad guys… were the bad guys. Catra feels a sense of abandonment from her best friend and has risen the ranks to fight her and be the main rival villain. Fans of the show are eating that shit up for shipping material, and I'm just expecting things to turn out not perfect for them and things going the rout of Voltron. I'd like to be wrong, but to be fair I am being pessimistic about it.

        0
    • Shade.Usher - 5 years ago

      Why? What has indicated that that will happen?

      0
      • PYRO Beatrice - 5 years ago

        Main girl Adora/She-Ra had a best friend in the bad guy army, Catra, that she left behind once she realized that the bad guys… were the bad guys. Catra feels a sense of abandonment from her best friend and has risen the ranks to fight her and be the main rival villain. Fans of the show are eating that shit up for shipping material, and I'm just expecting things to turn out not perfect for them and things going the rout of Voltron. I'd like to be wrong, but to be fair I am being pessimistic about it.

        0
    • PYRO Beatrice - 5 years ago

      Main girl Adora/She-Ra had a best friend in the bad guy army, Catra, that she left behind once she realized that the bad guys… were the bad guys. Catra feels a sense of abandonment from her best friend and has risen the ranks to fight her and be the main rival villain. Fans of the show are eating that shit up for shipping material, and I'm just expecting things to turn out not perfect for them and things going the rout of Voltron. I'd like to be wrong, but to be fair I am being pessimistic about it.

      0
  • King DJ - 5 years ago

    Wow they seriously played the stuffed in the fridge trope at the last second? (I just got Samurai Jack flashbacks)

    +5
    • LesserAngel - 5 years ago

      I think I may have seen ONE series that pulled that off even remotely well.

      0
  • Cyphon - 5 years ago

    Correct me if I'm wrong, but the main difference between yaoi fans and yuri fans is that the yuri fans don't usually send people death threats or blackmail when it's become obvious that their pairing ain't gonna happen.

    0
  • Cyphon - 5 years ago

    The moral of the story: don't let your marketing write checks that your story can't cash. And if you have an extremely loud, extremely vocal part of your fanbase – one you were never aiming for in the first place – just don't even acknowledge them, ever. Because no matter how hard you work to do what they want, they'll never be satisfied.

    +24
  • The avenging Spider-man - 5 years ago

    I thought he just put those on to honer her memory or something

    0
  • Constant pain - 5 years ago

    I think you spelled 'regression' wrong.

    +4
  • Bill-Stan, Gaijin Supreme - 5 years ago

    When was the last time you heard about an anime having a bad fandom, honestly?

    0
  • PYRO Beatrice - 5 years ago

    Fully expecting She Ra's reboot to go down in flames in the same fashion as this.

    0
    • Shade.Usher - 5 years ago

      Why? What has indicated that that will happen?

      0
      • PYRO Beatrice - 5 years ago

        Main girl Adora/She-Ra had a best friend in the bad guy army, Catra, that she left behind once she realized that the bad guys… were the bad guys. Catra feels a sense of abandonment from her best friend and has risen the ranks to fight her and be the main rival villain. Fans of the show are eating that shit up for shipping material, and I'm just expecting things to turn out not perfect for them and things going the rout of Voltron. I'd like to be wrong, but to be fair I am being pessimistic about it.

        0
    • PYRO Beatrice - 5 years ago

      Main girl Adora/She-Ra had a best friend in the bad guy army, Catra, that she left behind once she realized that the bad guys… were the bad guys. Catra feels a sense of abandonment from her best friend and has risen the ranks to fight her and be the main rival villain. Fans of the show are eating that shit up for shipping material, and I'm just expecting things to turn out not perfect for them and things going the rout of Voltron. I'd like to be wrong, but to be fair I am being pessimistic about it.

      0
  • LesserAngel - 5 years ago

    I think I may have seen ONE series that pulled that off even remotely well.

    0
  • Shade.Usher - 5 years ago

    Why? What has indicated that that will happen?

    0
    • PYRO Beatrice - 5 years ago

      Main girl Adora/She-Ra had a best friend in the bad guy army, Catra, that she left behind once she realized that the bad guys… were the bad guys. Catra feels a sense of abandonment from her best friend and has risen the ranks to fight her and be the main rival villain. Fans of the show are eating that shit up for shipping material, and I'm just expecting things to turn out not perfect for them and things going the rout of Voltron. I'd like to be wrong, but to be fair I am being pessimistic about it.

      0
  • Shade.Usher - 5 years ago

    I think the people sending death threats are worse, though they often end up having been shippers as well…

    0
  • Shade.Usher - 5 years ago

    Overwatch has a story?

    +1
    • Anti-Guy - 5 years ago

      Nothing really comes of it basically just weekly adventure shit with no real connection and little character interaction. who all of these characters are supposed to meet or even what the goal of anyone is beyond the vaguest.

      Let alone where people like the more neutral/not OG overwatch characters (Hanzo, Junkrat, Symmetra, Wrecking Ball, Zarya, Ashe, Bastion, and Lúcio) come in and their involvement pretty bad that a game with just classes like TF2 is beating a hero shooter in the story department

      0
  • PYRO Beatrice - 5 years ago

    Main girl Adora/She-Ra had a best friend in the bad guy army, Catra, that she left behind once she realized that the bad guys… were the bad guys. Catra feels a sense of abandonment from her best friend and has risen the ranks to fight her and be the main rival villain. Fans of the show are eating that shit up for shipping material, and I'm just expecting things to turn out not perfect for them and things going the rout of Voltron. I'd like to be wrong, but to be fair I am being pessimistic about it.

    0
  • Red Pyra - 5 years ago

    Just started watching tbh and so far I'm hooked. At least if the fanbase is bad they've moved onto something else I'd imagine.

    0
  • Anti-Guy - 5 years ago

    Nothing really comes of it basically just weekly adventure shit with no real connection and little character interaction. who all of these characters are supposed to meet or even what the goal of anyone is beyond the vaguest.

    Let alone where people like the more neutral/not OG overwatch characters (Hanzo, Junkrat, Symmetra, Wrecking Ball, Zarya, Ashe, Bastion, and Lúcio) come in and their involvement pretty bad that a game with just classes like TF2 is beating a hero shooter in the story department

    0
  • Kaijudomage - 5 years ago

    Season 8 goes full on Gurren Lagann and all I see being talked about is people being upset that their ship didn't become canon… smh.

    +7
  • Dorito Penguin - 5 years ago

    I'm glad I wasn't even aware of the fanbase for most of this show's run.
    Aside from some awkward pacing here and there (ESPECIALLY in the last season), it's one of the better reboots I've seen.

    +2
  • Lexicanium Coeus - 5 years ago

    Your first problem is watching anything other than GoLion

    0
  • WezliGiantsbane333 - 5 years ago

    It's a damn show about robot lions that turn into a bigger robot.

    WHY DOES EVERYTHING HAVE TO BE POLITICAL!?

    +5
  • Anti-Guy - 5 years ago

    In my experience yes I think the people who push this really hard basically just want to watch mary sue romances

    +1
  • justforsiiva - 5 years ago

    Looks at Avatar TLA reboot next year
    Laughs nervously

    0
  • RemChi - 5 years ago

    Its weird, there were 2 filler episodes yet it felt rushed to the finish. Several plotpoints introduced in the final 60 minutes and completed in the final 10. An ending that had me choking up but not crying. The rate at which things just… happened meant I couldn't really feel attached to the situation.

    0
  • Kaijudomage - 5 years ago

    That's a thing? Oh boy…

    0
  • Kylo Ren - 5 years ago

    God at this rate, what show hasn't supposedly baited and/or pissed someone off because of politics? Sometimes I just hate the internet.

    +1
  • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

    Which of those 4 words confuses you?

    0
    • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

      What of; "not making sens" don't you understand?

      0
      • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

        Probably the "sens" part.

        0
        • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

          That the most easy part.

          Anyway like constant pain haved say: you confond progression and regression.

          And 3D robot in a 2D animated show are a regression.

          0
          • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

            I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

            0
        • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

          I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

          0
      • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

        That the most easy part.

        Anyway like constant pain haved say: you confond progression and regression.

        And 3D robot in a 2D animated show are a regression.

        0
        • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

          I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

          0
      • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

        I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

        0
    • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

      Probably the "sens" part.

      0
      • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

        That the most easy part.

        Anyway like constant pain haved say: you confond progression and regression.

        And 3D robot in a 2D animated show are a regression.

        0
        • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

          I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

          0
      • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

        I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

        0
    • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

      That the most easy part.

      Anyway like constant pain haved say: you confond progression and regression.

      And 3D robot in a 2D animated show are a regression.

      0
      • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

        I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

        0
    • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

      I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

      0
  • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

    What of; "not making sens" don't you understand?

    0
    • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

      Probably the "sens" part.

      0
      • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

        That the most easy part.

        Anyway like constant pain haved say: you confond progression and regression.

        And 3D robot in a 2D animated show are a regression.

        0
        • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

          I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

          0
      • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

        I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

        0
    • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

      That the most easy part.

      Anyway like constant pain haved say: you confond progression and regression.

      And 3D robot in a 2D animated show are a regression.

      0
      • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

        I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

        0
    • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

      I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

      0
  • Chloe "Hella" Price - 5 years ago

    Worse, it's live action

    0
  • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

    Probably the "sens" part.

    0
    • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

      That the most easy part.

      Anyway like constant pain haved say: you confond progression and regression.

      And 3D robot in a 2D animated show are a regression.

      0
      • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

        I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

        0
    • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

      I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

      0
  • Monsieur Safior - 5 years ago

    That the most easy part.

    Anyway like constant pain haved say: you confond progression and regression.

    And 3D robot in a 2D animated show are a regression.

    0
    • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

      I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

      0
  • bear_on_a_windmill - 5 years ago

    I thought what I said made no "sens", but you seem to understand the gist of what I was saying…

    0
  • RedMercurius.exe - 2 years ago

    All these years later as an outsider looking in, I honestly wished it was better.

    +1
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