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What do we think of the new Willow series?

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Ratman_tf:


Normally, I'd be all over this. But Lucas/Disney has been pretty underwhelming, with one exception I can think of.
Mostly I'm tired of being dissapointed.


Thornhammer:
Looks okay to me. Isn’t Marvel and it isn’t Star Wars, it isn’t a 2Edgy5Me update of a kid’s show.

If they don’t turn Willow into a grouch-ass old man who has completely given up, I’ll be pleased.

BoxCrayonTales:

--- Quote from: Thornhammer on June 01, 2022, 05:48:51 PM ---Looks okay to me. Isn’t Marvel and it isn’t Star Wars, it isn’t a 2Edgy5Me update of a kid’s show.

If they don’t turn Willow into a grouch-ass old man who has completely given up, I’ll be pleased.

--- End quote ---
Don’t worry, he has disability privilege. The woke will fall over themselves to say he’s perfect.

Thornhammer:
Possible. I figure the worst case scenario is I spend an hour of time on it and say to hell with it if it blows.

Ghostmaker:

--- Quote from: BoxCrayonTales on June 01, 2022, 06:43:19 PM ---
--- Quote from: Thornhammer on June 01, 2022, 05:48:51 PM ---Looks okay to me. Isn’t Marvel and it isn’t Star Wars, it isn’t a 2Edgy5Me update of a kid’s show.

If they don’t turn Willow into a grouch-ass old man who has completely given up, I’ll be pleased.

--- End quote ---
Don’t worry, he has disability privilege. The woke will fall over themselves to say he’s perfect.

--- End quote ---
Well, the trailer doesn't look horrendous. It kinda looks like the character had retired but is being asked to come out of it to help out new heroes.

Like you said, as long as he's not suffering from Luke Skywalker syndrome, it might be promising.

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