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Even ignoring that it's a 22-minute commercial, it's still an unremarkable program. The voice acting ranges from average to hammy (in a "I'm not even going to dare put this on my resume" kind of way). The protagonists themselves are dull characters, and the villain (Stank-foot) is equally as dreary. It's an action show, but the battles and confrontations are no more attention-grabbing than their scenes of "normal life", making the whole show a chore to watch with no excitement to be had or expected. The forgettable music, character art design (which itself is embarrassing to behold) that clash with the background scenery, bland settings, and flat color palette only helps to quicken the audience's malaise. The only nice thing I can say is that it doesn't treat itself as a commercial and avoids name-dropping, but that still makes it a failure based on the fundamentals of being an advertisement.
Below average in every category, Zevo-3 feels as though the staff who worked on the show tried to make it as boring to watch as it was to develop.
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