- Jun 28, 2007
Anyone watching this at the moment. On episode 2 at the moment and I think it has legs. It is an irreverent take on the Superhero genre.
Is that not a common trope in TV these days were everyone is damaged to some extent or another or maybe it is a cultural thing.It's ok, but after a while it annoyed me. The "everyone", is damaged, and so does damage to, and uses others, runs out of legs. I found myself wishing for just one character to be an "a" hole just because they are, not because of "being damaged".
Yes it is, and one I don't like. It isn't realistic. And even in a "superhero" type story, you do need a bit of reality to hang the fantasy on.Is that not a common trope in TV these days were everyone is damaged to some extent or another or maybe it is a cultural thing.