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The animation is sub par, but I could overlook that. The voice acting is not bad, I have heard far worse. It can be almost funny at times with the naming of enemies, CFC warriors Destroy Cloud warriors.
But the story... is... so... bad...
There are elements of Hercules, Incredibles, Teen Titans, Harry Potter, Brave, pretty much all of them. It is like the writer(s) watched all the kids movies and T.V. shows from the last fifteen years, got drunk and or high, and wrote a story with various characters, scenes and lines from all the stories rewritten into this new one. Some of the characters are just blatantly stolen like the incarnation of "The Future" as Jack and looks like a certain pirate we all know and love.
The universe in which the story takes place is bizarre and haphazardly explained. The Solar system exists as a sort of re conceptualizing of the Greek Pantheon. There are also some casual mentions of the God and some elements of other mythologies thrown into the mix.
My niece only continued watching after the halfway mark because she had to go to bed after it was over. I would mark this as a negative star or three if I could.
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