i understand this is the modern age and i guess this is what is considered a joke nowadays, and that will just change as society changes. but man it just hurts and sucks that there is an existing audience to this bastardization of a show i once loved.
But, if i`m being an intellectual, this show just wasn`t made for me. I finally know how it feels when my parents looked at me and were never interested in the shit i watched. Truly i`ve hit full circle >>82019636
100% agree. But there is still the fact that despite you hating big bad bettleborgs and probably most of the populous, there are probably people out there that love and treasure that "masterpiece" of animation.
I know this is the type of show to just disappear into obscurity or until the shitposters stop reminding us this was a thing. It just hurts a bit knowing that creativity is at a state where we need a reboot to justify a new idea and people/kids just eat it up. And I`m a bit worried that there are kids that will just take influence from this show and apply it to their craft.
aka: i`m scared Johnny Test 2.0 comes and i`ll be alive to witness it.