You want seen actual argument? Fine, though I see all my points as self evident so w/e.
You guys complain that PR shouldn't take a more updated and instead should stick to the silly and cheesy style of the early 90s that we all loved as kids. The problem with that is twofold, sticking to that style doesn't bring anything new to the table, its substance being something that the series already threaded so there is literally no narrative point except to please the old fags who still enjoy such style on a continued basis and even then only fleetingly so because this is nothing they haven't seen PR do before. This is a forgone conclusion, after all look at remasters in video games, they never do well as the original, or reboot of series which more often than not tend to fail.
The second problem is that it doesn't take advantage of the medium it is being published on, and worse yet it carries the problems inherent on its old medium, namely shallow characterizations and overarching plot. The fact this is a comic means that the budget is literally the writers and artist imagination, so they can plan for and adapt for bigger fights and or plots, have the characters deliver whatever lines they want, in the way they want, etc. in a more 'off the cuff' medium. This is a powerful tool because because the original had all this constraints and in fact reveled in them, I mean look at the romances in power rangers, or look arcs, typically short and formulaic dictated by their medium, why would you want to do that in comic book, where you can explore those things more.
So in short: >>91698859