It’s a subversive funhouse. A lot of the initial expected trappings seem in place, but the show ruthlessly attacks tropes from the second episode onward. Nothing plays out the way it should, and often the show has a sense of ever-present danger usually lacking from children’s fantasy cartoons.
It’s a new year! It’s time for resolutions! But this is a science-fiction and fantasy blog, so we’re not interested in just any resolution. No, instead, we’re going on-brand.
It is well-established that Phineas and Ferb is amazing and worthy of a lot of praise. And, with great enthusiasm, I say Candace Against the Universe is more of the same.
The alien worlds are not the appeal of this show, as strange as that sounds. You only get five broken minutes or so of CGI footage per episode.
The Fictionmonger is busy celebrating, and I’m about to do the same, but I wanted to make sure you find out what happens in the second part of the story. I think you’ll like it.
Klaus is a heartwarming, magical, wonderful film that does what the best Disney and Pixar movies manage and is instantly a classic.
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, may I have your attention, please?! You’ve been patient! You’ve been diligent! You’ve been loyal! Now, for demonstrating such tremendous qualities, such incredible attributes, such unbelievable resolve, you shall be rewarded!
Would this be the fated series that does all the awesome things the movies did but with even more content?
Blood of Zeus excited me immensely when I first heard about it. I’m a big Greek Mythology nerd, and the idea of the myths with anime sensibilities was captivating.
And we’re back—with musical fanfare! Or, rather, Terrence is… though he’s not going to enjoy what comes out of his speakers.
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