He'll probably go all SJW out on it and claim that "Duck Amuck" is the reason why bullying and tormenting characters exists in cartoons today.
I actually thought Enter was going to praise 4Kids for toning down cartoons that made him feel unconformable and talk about how great Pokemon and Yu-Gi-Oh! are.@Clay Claymore: Are we still going to complain about 4kids and CN Real? In 2015? 4kids is no longer in business and CN Real was a big fat bomb. Nobody cares about them anymore. And let's be honest, Dora the Explorer is made for one demographic and one demographic only. They like it, so why should we care?
Like, what's on the list? I'm not going to patronize his tumblr.
They "insult the target's audience intelligence"@Someone: Why does he feel the need to list preschool cartoons on there?
Also, Flapjack premiered in 2008. Ben 10 Omniverse was not a thing in 2008. That's actually the least stupid thing about this list, though.
Now I want to see him list "Bad shows of the 90s." Clearly it'll be as unbiased as this one was.
Cause it's not like tons of children get sexually assulted, exposed to drugs, beaten, etc. by their parents. I'm not gonna underestimate his abuse since it comes in many different forms but his definition seems less like abuse and more like boundaries set for him to become a better being instead of raging over kids cartoons 24/7.Well, I'm not ruling out the possibility that Enter suffered genuine abuse, but, to my knowledge, he's never elaborated on any of it, other than saying his mom was overbearing like Lois on Malcolm in the Middle. He claims mean-spiritedness in cartoons upsets him because he was abused, but he really just seems to get upset when something bad happens to a character he likes. I'm not saying it's impossible he was abused, and if he was, I really do feel bad for him, but the stuff he says doesn't really add up. It's sort of like the Tumblrina's who cry abuse when their parents won't respect their made-up pronouns or something. What Enter defines as abuse is very different from actual abuse.
It would probably be filled with stuff he already reviewed, easy targets, and stuff he personally doesn't like.
There is also "This sucks and I know everyone else doesn't like it and I don't like it either." I don't think Enter can distinguish between that and the other two things you said either.
Jake and the Neverland Pirates? Okay, I barely know anything about that show other than 1) It's on the Disney Junior block of the Disney Channel, which means 2) it's geared towards preschoolers.http://mrenter.tumblr.com/post/117657899389/hmm-2010-2014-is-better-than-2000s-what-about#notes
Most of the cartoons on that list are only here because Enter didn't like them, not because they were really bad on their own, like, cheap productions values, etc
You mean like Tomorrow's Pioneers.I agree that some effort should be put into a preschooler show, but the only reason why anybody should put Jake and the Neverland Pirates on a "Worst Cartoons" list is if the show itself is truly teaching kids something really offensive (i.e. black people are evil, gays should be lynched, etc).
Oh my god, I totally forgot about the whole "fake Mickey Mouse teaching kids to shoot people" show. But yes, that is a good example of a horrible show for preschoolers. Until I see that shit in Dora or Neverland Pirates, spergs need to show up and let the preschoolers have their little show.
Part of the problem with Enter is that he doesn't understand that not everything is going to appeal to him, and that something not appealing to him does not make it objectively bad. He watches some shows that appeal to both kids and adults, like Gravity Falls, so he expects all shows to do the same, hence why he bitches about shows for preschoolers. And when he complains about shows like Breadwinners or Sanjay and Craig, he's only taking into account what he, an adult (for lack of a better word), does and does not like. Yeah, those shows seem stupid to us as adults, but we would've loved them if they were on when we were kids. Enter is just too narrow-minded (and too autistic) to put himself in someone else's shoes and consider their opinions.Jake and the Neverland Pirates? Okay, I barely know anything about that show other than 1) It's on the Disney Junior block of the Disney Channel, which means 2) it's geared towards preschoolers.
I agree that some effort should be put into a preschooler show, but the only reason why anybody should put Jake and the Neverland Pirates on a "Worst Cartoons" list is if the show itself is truly teaching kids something really offensive (i.e. black people are evil, gays should be lynched, etc).
Seriously, what is it with spergs and having to hate preschooler shows? First, Dora, then Go Diego Go, and now Jake and the Neverland Pirates.