StoutFiles wrote:Have you ever gone back and watched a 90's cartoon? I have, memories age well but reliving them doesn't. The majority of them are awful dribble. A few hold up, but mostly because they were produced by Warner Brothers, who made the real standard of cartoons back in the olden days. Nostalgia is a tricky thing, but trust me, what you thought was good was probably not.
Yes, I have. In fact, that's nearly all I have been watching lately since there's hardly anything watchable on TV these days. And I gotta say, shows like DuckTales, TaleSpin, Rescue Rangers, Batman:TAS, Spider Man:TAS, etc. all still hold up extremely well, perhaps even better. Those shows had superb animation, excellent writing, good values, and were tons of fun to watch for the whole family. They may seem a bit corny now, but they are still far better than anything that's being produced nowadays (except Avatar).
mr_joshua wrote:Cartoon or not, what drove me nuts was the lack of continuity between the cartoon and the Lego figures; specifically set 7964. I am completely peeved now (mostly because my son is more peeved) that Lego could not make sure the 'wolfpack' minifigs accurately represented what would be on screen! I get that making a new helmet mold for Cdr. Wolffe would cost more, but they could have at least made them both utilize the existing phase2 helmets. All I had to say after I watched yet another painful episode, was thanks Lego, thanks for the nice printed helmet on the WRONG HELMETS!
Uhm, actually those are
accurate. Up until this episode, Wolfpack has always worn phase 1 armor.