She-Ra and the Princesses of Power Review

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She-Ra and the Princesses of Power (2018)

She-Ra and the Princesses of Power is an animated series created by Noelle Stevenson for Netflix. Noelle Stevenson previously worked on “Wander Over Yonder” and numerous comic series, like “Lumberjanes”.

The series premiered on November 13, 2018. The full run of the series consisted of five seasons (52 episodes) and concluded on May 15th, 2020.

 

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She-Ra Review

This is series is goofy, playful and a solid watch for both children and adults.

The main reason for adults to watch this series is for the relationships. The constant back and forth between Adora and Catra is the primary factor. You also have the brilliant cast of characters, from the fun sidekicks of Bow and Glimmer to the nuanced villains of Shadow Weaver and Lord Hordak. My favorite of the side-characters tends to fall between Entrapta and Scorpia, both of whom crack me up every time they’re on screen.

The mystery of Etheria and the odd locations are usually a blast. Some episodes are a bit lackluster, but any plot-heavy episode quickly makes up for them. Earlier seasons were focused toward younger audiences but quickly pivoted as an older demographic began to embrace the show.

The series touches on some heavy concepts, including trauma, sociopolitical indoctrination and the dangers of imperialism. It also throws in a doses of humor that reach absurd levels. It strikes a great balance between serious and silly, like all great animated series should strive for.

Thank you for reading my She-Ra review. It will continue to be updated whenever I get time.

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