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From what I've seen of all of the above, I don't really see that? I'd say that whatever they have in common is largely just due to the shared cultural touchstones their creators have in common. Like, if you've got a bunch of 25-40 year old people making a fantasy thing, there's gonna be some D&D3.x flavor to it. Odds are real good they'll all have grown up on Batman and Utena. Etc.Since I wanna start DRAMA...
I feel like Owl House, Amphibia, and Star Vs. the Forces of Evil seem like an experiment to try and "one up" Cartoon Network's success with Adventure Time and Steven Universe.
Do you feel this is true, and if so, how would you rank these five series and why?
ON second thought- this really deserves its own thread, to be written in after everyone's gotten to digest each series for some time...
Owl House still has its "specials" after all.
As an executive, Jeffery Katzenberg is exceptionally petty, but it is not exceptional that he is petty.
Part 2 is out, cheap as free on Disney’s youtube page (in the US at least) again. I’m not going to complain too much about them making it so easy to watch, but not sure if I understand their motivation for doing so.