Normally, shows of a fast pace can turn lots of people off. However, despite the lighting quick pace of its first season, this shows is one of cartoon network's best. In the new wave of shows there has been may ups and downs with their programs, Steven Universe and Adventure Time suffer massive hiatuses that tend to derail the story arcs when things get really good. Uncle Grandpa was annoying but met well and had some rather funny moments. Regular Show is a personified Cartoon Network classic in a modern age, same with We Bare Bears , OK KO and Crag of the Creek. The Amazing World of Gumball stands at the top of the charts as Cartoon Network's greatest modern show.
This show however is strange, not goofy strange, or overly wacky strange, this show feels like an anomaly. Like it happens out of nowhere and you're stuck wondering,"what was that and where can I get more of it?". I like binge watch shows that catch my attention, but this is the first cartoon that I ever seen that's so marathon friendly.
Due to it being a flag ship series for the CN App, Mighty Magiswords was a series of shorts that followed the Warriors, a brother sister mercenary team that use strange magical swords to solve unusual problems and battle bizarre foes. The world alone is amazingly inventive with a plethora of interesting characters and locations. This cartoon does what a cartoon does best, be a cartoon.
However, their is a down side, the early season had very quick dialog and humor that would easily go over the heads of most kids. Due to its 5 minute short origins it was hard to break the habit, but by season 2 they really managed to pace their selves, and even use it to flush out the characters.
Overall, this is a fantastic cartoon with nearly endless amounts to fun to be had with it. If this had come out in the 90s or early 2000s this show would have been a mega hit that would rival that of Pokemon in merchandising and fame. All in all, this show is the epitome of fun, but seems more deigned for an older audience, while still pandering to the younger. Which in fact is how many classic cartoons were like.