Hilda follows the adventures of a fearless blue-haired girl as she travels from her home in a vast magical wilderness full of elves and giants, to the bustling city of Trolberg, where she ... See full summary »
On the planet Etheria, Adora is an up and coming soldier for the Horde eager to defend her home from the menace of the Princesses she has been taught all her life to fear. Everything changes when a chance encounter with the mystic Sword of Protection in the Whispering Woods calls to her. Discovering to her horror the true evil of the Horde, Adora defects to the Rebellion as its foretold champion, She-Ra Princess of Power. Now, Adora and her new friends must rebuild the shattered Princess Alliance to defeat the Evil Horde. Meanwhile, Adora's former best friend in the Horde, Catra, is tasked to reclaim Adora, but her own feelings of jealousy, betrayal, and vindictive ambition lead her down a path darker still set by Lord Hordak that will hold all of Etheria in the balance.Written by
Kenneth Chisholm (firstname.lastname@example.org)
I binged this over a few days, haha. I never saw much of the original so I won't compare the two, but this is a pretty good, very watchable show. The voice acting and writing are good; quite engaging. My only criticisms are that the animation leaves much to be desired (it's very basic) and I could do with less of the "teens with damaged parent relationship" stuff, though that seems to improve by the end of the season.
Reminds me a bit of the Avatar/Korra series, but it's not too much, and in a way it's a good thing - Adora reminds me of Korra, but better, since I found Korra to be quite a letdown.
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