>>92609789>You argument is so poor that you have resorted to attempting to "attack" the way I (and many others) observe stories, which is not relevant to the conversation at hand.
There was no "resorting to", that is where it started, as you noted in your original response.
And yes, this has all been about writing and stories, we're talking about a story, and you posited that it was bad writing, so I believe that it was not only relevant, it was the exact thing that we were talking about?>Image
Ah, I was wrong. Before the coin was flipped, the flipper already said it would be heads. This reveals a lot more information about your assumptions.
Overall, Genndy went full retard. Revealing too much for a series that is extremely focused thematically (there weren't many subjects in the story to be turned bitter, so what else could it even be?), and ended up implying a focus that didn't even come close to the forefront.
I still wouldn't say it was bad writing, because I don't find it believable that he even attempted what he said would happen if they "got it right", and nothing in Samurai Jack previously would even hint at something like that fitting into the style, even with the style changes of the final season. I would just say Genndy has poor decision making skills, and says stupid shit. Or led a secret life as a boxer, and can't think so good anymore. Or was trying too hard to market. Because what was delivered made sense for Samurai Jack, minus the lack of Aku focus,
what he promised didn't.