Today’s set, 30546 Krypto saves the day, is very weird.
First of all, I don’t understand why Supergirl’s dog’s name is Krypto. Named after her home planet? Sure, I can buy that, but it’s also her biggest weakness, her Achilles’ heel. It’s like a kid who has a peanut allergy naming their pet hamster Peanut. (BTW, I think Peanut as a name for a hamster is a FANTASTIC idea). Like, why would you do that?
Secondly, this is obviously the classic Lex Luthor v. Superman rivalry re-imagined through pets and… “Kryptomites”. But why does Krypto need a dogjet? Does he/she not have the ability to fly?
And what kind of cyrstal is the jet carrying? That’s not… kryptonite is it? Does the dog have any super powers at all?
And why is the name of the set in sentence case and not title case? It’s weird to see “saves the day” not have initial caps. Even the toy story set “Army Men on Patrol” had the letter “P” in patrol capitalized. Just weird and a bit off-putting. A minor quibble yes.
Clearly, I am not the target audience for this polybag. I’m sure there’s some lore somewhere that I would need to read to know what’s going on, or some cartoon I would need to watch. Does the dog speak in secret like how Stewie from Family Guy only talks to Brian? And what the heck is a Kryptomite? And who engineers their little jetpacks? Questions abound in this polybag!
Does It Suck or Does It Rock?
This set sucks! I’m not a fan. I’m not the target market either. Even if I was, it’s just nonsense what is going on in this set.
Yeah I’m falling behind again. I need to get motivated again.
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