Welcome, one and all, back to another Dissection. This week, TMNT Episode 2, Rise of the Turtles (part 2), in which rescues happen, things blow up in brilliant magenta and a driver undergoes a hideous, leafy mutation.
Hi, one and all, and welcome back to the first PlagueDoc Review in … well, it’s been a while. Let’s call it a month and leave it at that. Now, a while ago, asked for thoughts on what I could review after ALoK, and among the suggestions was the latest series of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Now, aside from a single clip involving a tentacled cat monster, I’d seen nothing of the latest series. I’d actually avoided it because I thought they’d try and make it too cute or watered-down to be entertaining.
Oh, how wrong I was.
My review of the first episode can be found here. I promise it’s not nearly as long as the Korra reviews ended up being.
Speaking of which, all the old reviews can be found, as always, here.
First of all, my apologies for the lateness of this post. However, between battery failures, my hard drive having a fit of clicks, Chrome having a tantrum and network speeds from 1999, I did what I could in getting this up.
Anyway, here it is. The last review for the Legend of Korra series. With University heating up and a wealth of other series to choose from, I may or may not take a break for a couple of weeks to get some assignments out of the way and decide what series I’m going to review next.
If anybody has any suggestions for series to watch, animated or otherwise, feel free to leave a comment on the Forum, or on Facebook.
The final Korra review can be found here: The Legend of Korra Finale: Endgame
The thread with all the previous reviews, as always, is here:
I seem to recall saying something about an epic double-length review last time. Unfortunately, University has a way of getting in the way of such things, and so I have decided to write my review of the last two episodes in two parts, as opposed to reviewing it as a single, double-length episode the way it was originally aired.
The review can be found here
As always, the other reviews can be found here
Welcome everyone to yet another Korra review, of the penultimate episode of the series, Turning the Tides. The last episode left us with Korra barely conscious after being kidnapped by Tarlokk and left out in the snow following her escape. In this episode, Amon’s plans for the city finally come to fruition and the Equalist takeover begins in earnest.
The review for this episode can be found here.
And as always, the remaining reviews can be found here.