It’s that time again: A Quotable Review! This time I’ll be reviewing a TV series that has been a long time favorite of mine and it finally got another season. So I’ll be reviewing the series as a whole.
So let’s get started shall we?
Let’s start off with the characters shall we? In Miraculous Ladybug there are a wide array of characters. From the villains, the main characters, the side characters, and of course Ladybug and Chat Noir! They all have such colorful personalities. No matter who the episode is centered on, throughout the whole entire season and so far the second one as well, you end up learning about everyone. And I mean everyone. The attention to personality detail is amazing.
The story lines are something that I ended up liking a lot too. Which surprised me because I usually don’t care much for a disjointed and non-linear storyline. But, the more episodes you watch, the more the show gets you to like how each episode is like their own story. And as the series goes on, if you watch carefully, they reference past episodes and slowly but surely, everything is starting to come together as if it was a linear storyline all along.
Lastly the character design is beautiful in this show. I would love to cosplay Ladybug, Chat Noir, or even Volpina. Their super hero costumes are just amazing and so beautifully detailed. Heck, it would even be cool to try to do a cosplay of a human version of their Kwamis.
For this TV series I really only had one problem with it: Ladybug’s and Chat Noir’s origin stories should have been closer to the beginning than the end. I understand–sort of, why they put it at the end of the first season, but in my opinion it would have had a lot more impact if they gave us their origins bit by bit instead of all at once within two episodes.
Honestly the only “Meh” thing I can come up with for this series is the overuse of the misguided villain trope. Without spoiling anything for those who have yet to see the second season, I’m only going to say that the reason why Hawkmoth wants the Miraculous is very overdone.
I can appreciate how they are going about it, but oh my Kwami I have seen this trope done so many times in anime, cartoons, movies, everything! I wish they would add some sort of twist to it. Who knows maybe as the show goes on they’ll end up switching it up on us. But for now it just seems that Hawkmoth is another misguided villain that has a good intention deep down, but is going about it severely wrong.
Well, that’s a wrap for today’s Quotable Review! What are y’alls opinion on the show? Do you agree with me or do you have a completely different perspective? Let’s talk about it in the comments!
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