13 April 2020 | eaubrey-59625
Good for Comic fans
The series has many tropes from comic creators present, mainly Jack Kirby. The art of the characters and backgrounds is heavily influenced by his art from classic marvel comics from the 1960's. (Abvioulsy, it includes many other influences from many other marvel comic creators also.) The art is good, however, the animation(characters and objects movements) are... Not so good. It is a good idea, but the show probably had a budget too small to keep he ball rolling. There's also some 3D animation in the series, which is also not very good. The series was made in the late 90s, so I'll give it a pass. The story is pretty good, but it falls back on comic-esk ideas too much. A good amount of the success of the MCU can be credited to their ability to take a wachy comic, and turn in to a fully-functional movie. This series relies too much on he original comics. It IS good to use what is available for you in the comics, but I feel that it was overused in this case. The characters were dumbed down from their comic origins which brings the series down quite a bit. But overall, the stories aren't too bad, it just may be a little hard for non-comoc readers to pick up.