The Awesomes (2013–2015)

TV Series   |  TV-14   |    |  Animation, Action, Comedy

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After the legendary Mr. Awesome retires as leader of his superhero task force, his not-so-super son Prock must assemble a team of funny-if-flawed misfits to restore the group to its former glory.

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Seth Meyers, Michael Shoemaker

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28 October 2015 | natemcdouchebag
| Pretty decent, worth a watch.
The show has a great cast, and a great premise. I'd say it's relatively enjoyable to watch, not necessarily funny, but enjoyable nonetheless. Its main issues are in a few character's voice acting and a few sections of writing. Although Malocchio had very strong acting, Prock's is far too monotonous and dull. Just unbelievably cringe- inucing for the first season. It gets progressively less so as the series progresses, but it is an issue that persists throughout the entire series in some capacity. Ultimately, its most prominent issue lies in the actual action sequences. The show seems like it's supposed to be satirical, but it actually tries to be serious in the fight sequences. It comes across as forced, and just generally childish in comparison to most of the show. However, when it does attempt to stick by satire, it is far stronger. In summary, the show is enjoyable, but it get's a fair bit better as the series progresses. I wouldn't call it "great", but it's fun, and worth a watch.

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