42. "RE: I’m not in love with it the way I thought I would be" In response to In response to 36
Yeah I think they are probably just too short. Definitely no time for the stories to breath or to get any kind of expectations for them to subvert. They are almost like cliff notes, summaries of what happened in a story arc with all the filler edited out. I really wish they spent more time on these so they wouldn't feel like they are watering down the MCU.
>I think the animation is a little off for me too, but I also >just feel disconnected from the premises for the most part. >For instance, “What if Peggy Carter took the super soldier >serum?” is a pretty boring premise to lead off with, and >made me less excited for the subsequent episodes. I’d rather >see something like “What if Spidey joined the Avengers the >first time it was offered?” Maybe that’s coming, idk, but >after that first ep I haven’t been excited to see the next >one every Wednesday (the way I was with Loki). my anticipation >was through the roof before the season, and now it’s just >something I get around to a couple days later. > >Haven’t seen the most recent one, but I didn’t really >enjoy the 1st or 3rd episodes. Starlord T’Challa ep was >pretty good, but didn’t blow me away or anything, and I >kinda agree on the pacing. The emotion of the T’Challa-Yondu >relationship doesn’t have time to make an impression in just >30 minutes. Killing off Avengers left and right was also done >too quickly to make an impact in the 3rd ep. I’m honesty >having trouble recalling the plot points as I write this, and >I think that pacing issue is the culprit.