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Thread: Eddache examines the new She-Ra show and its character designs VS the 80s designs

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    Quote Originally Posted by thexxwatcherxx View Post
    Thanks for entertaining my opinions and sharing yours Val. Again your the best!
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    I think it's worth noting that Adora dosn't seem to be particularly flat chested, her jacket covers it up, but when she's seen with just her shirt on she it seems a lot more clear.

    When she's She-Ra the armor she's wearing that hides her chest.
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    I think the story of this show is better

    But the designs are poorly done and mediocre, specially She´ra`s

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    Very insightful and it echos a lot of my own thoughts (did I just compliment myself for having insightful thoughts )

    A lot of what I like about the new She-Ra cartoon is exactly that all the characters look so different and more representational of realistic bodystyles. I don’t particularly care for all the characters in the original show having the same bodytype with a slightly different head and different haircolours.

    I’ve read a few times here from members with young daughters that they prefer “pretty” characters, but I personally think they’re all pretty in their own way. It’s not like Glimmer looks like a fat slob, she’s a bit broader, sure, but kids and adults have all different body types too and part of the appeal for kids is identifying with a character, right? Of course personality is key, but those are really well fleshed out. I really like this show, it does so many things right. I can see this being a very empowering show for young women without scaring off the male demographic with too much girly stuff (obviously there’s plenty but in a very good and fun way).

    I like the tone they said and I’d love for a He-Man reboot with similar ampunt of layers, storytelling, etc.

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    You can actually fix and even use the wokeness as part of both white and black bows origin , if you imagine bows biological father is George , and bows biological mother was a woman of white skin and red hair ( not a stretch at all when you think about it ) maybe she died and George swore hed never love another woman . Then you just say filmation universe bow had his mum's skin and his dad's personality , whereas DreamWorks universe bow was born with his dad's skin but his mum's personality ?

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