Right now, I am enjoying my morning tea after breakfast and plan to play some Mass Effect trilogy again since I really freaking love those games.
I also watch the Netflix show "She-Ra: The Princesses of Power" and I got pretty much the reaction I kind of expected and it was most "meh". But it did remind me of something. While it hasn't been a trend just yet, but it does feel like more old shows from the 80s and 90s are more or less getting a reboot.
But I started to think that since the 80s and 90s were pretty much the golden age of Saturday morning cartoons with a lot of shows that pretty much came and went with only maybe like ten episode
Alright so lately I have been seeing and hearing and most of all reading a lot of rants and declarations of dismay and rage and so on and so forth towards a new Cartoon Network show that is pretty much the latest addition of screwing things up.
They are making a remake of the classic 80s and 2011 version of Thundercats called THUNDERCATS ROAR.
Let that sink in for a moment.
Now it seems like these days, every single show that was made in the 80s and 90s are practically forced into becoming "gemified", a term that I like to coin unless someone else already uses it: Basically they use the same animation and design that was more or less origi