>>103667907>Why all the references to 90's cartoons?
Are you seriously suggesting that a few references change the target audience? Really? >A mysterious figure plots to release K.O.'s dark side for unknown reasons. K.O.'s mom and his boss have a tragic backstory of when they were both young heroes on a team together. A school for heroes run by the remnants of K.O.'s mom's former hero team is immersed in secret agendas involving mind control. All of that sounds like some pretty decent plot for an 11-minute cartoon.
That's not plot, that's backstory. As for the mysterious figure, that could have plot potential, but the way you worded it makes it sound like he hasn't done anything yet so... there's no plot.
"There's a mouse. He goes to get cheese."
That right there is a plot
"There's a mouse. He lost his foot in a trap"
That's backstory. The two are not interchangeable or substitutes for the other. >K.O has episodes about gun control and racism
Those are morals, not themes. It's the difference between Walter White dealing with his toxic feelings of inferiority vs 'the show says meth is bad and that's a serious theme'
Hope that makes sense. K.O isn't meant to be taken seriously and the creators would say the same thing. I wasn't attacking the show, just saying it's for children and isn't meant to be taken seriously. No need to defend this nonsense point you know isnt true