The culture behind a Megazord: still being mad at Super Megaforce

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Welcome back to my blog.

You know, every fandom has that one thing that’s so bad it seems everyone has to complain about it everywhere. And I do mean everywhere. Try to watch a clip from a modern animated DC short or movie without finding someone complaining about Teen Titans Go in the comments. You’ll receive bonus points if the only thing relating TTG with the clip you just watched is that they’re both DC.

Or, there’s Star Wars. Yes, Jar Jar Binks is annoying, but how isn’t it more annoying to constantly complain about him? Sometimes it feels like he single-handely destroyed the legacy of Star Wars. And he barely speaks on Episodes II and III.

Does Power Rangers have one? Well, usually it’s the whole “20 episodes per year and the second season called Super”, which is frustrating as hell because sometimes you don’t even receive those comments in topic. A few times it happened that I shared my article and someone talked about it, even though it had nothing to do. I even prefer when someone comments to “correct” me by mentioning stuff I actually wrote in the article, proving they didn’t even read it.

However, there is also something that’s getting more and more annoying: complaining about Super Megaforce.

You see, there was a huge hype for the 20th anniversary of Power Rangers, especially because it was going to be a Gokaiger adaptation. Then, it turned into what we’ve all seen.

And many fans are still mad about it, three years later.

How can someone still complain and vividly get mad at a series that aired three years ago? I annoyed myself with Suicide Squad in less than a year. Of course, there are some who still mock Twilight which came out almost a decade ago, but still three years is three years.

After all this time, everyone would have moved on, because now it is what it is.

Okay, Teen Titans Go is bad, but it’s because they make it specifically for little kids, so of course someone in their mid-20s (like myself) wouldn’t enjoy it.

Okay, Jar Jar Binks is a bad character, but the prequels have actually many positive aspects and you should not discriminate them because of all the many “meesa” you hear.

Okay, Nickelodeon airs 20 episodes per year and splits a season into two. That’s their policy with everything! Don’t you think important Nickelodeon shows like Spongebob Squarepants could benefit from having more episodes?

Okay, Super Megaforce was bad, but now we’re about to enter the 25th anniversary of Power Rangers, so let’s see if it’s going to be better.

Sorry for this nervous article, but I wanted to talk about it.

See you, next time, here, on the Empty Blog!

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