>>103510516>Claims to like Go Go.>Doesn't even know she's Korean.
So sad.>>103512725>Probably not, I just hate the "young kid is smarter than everyone else and knows how to do their stuff better than they do" (the whole "Hiro forms the team and is the dude who gives them the ideas/designs for their weapons" sequence).
It's never implied that Hiro is "smarter than everyone else" or "knows how to do their stuff better." Let me tell you what Hiro is: a problem solver. He took things that he knew the team would already know how to utilize and incorporated them into their superhero outfits and gear (e.g Wasabi's laser technology becoming his laser arm blades, Go Go's maglev discs becoming a part of her costume and her weapons, etc.). It's not as if he pulled inspiration out of thin air; he had to make sure whatever he made they would easily adapt to using. I'm assuming you haven't seen the series yet because you haven't mentioned it, but they go deeper into his problem-solving skills there (especially the episode about earthquake-proofing buildings). >I liked Tadashi a lot more from the little time we got him. It's not like Hiro didn't undergo character development, but it felt kinda limited? It was "I want to beat up dude responsible for killing Tadashi" to "okay now I don't" and while that's an oversimplification, I didn't really see any...other? character growth from Hiro (and while the side cast are all cool and fleshed out, since they don't undergo character development either-barring Baymax but he's a MC too-the movie felt lackluster in that sense)
Agreed. I think the reason for that is because the movie really was just a pilot for the show.