>best LEGO show to date
>has action and lore just like Steven Universe and Adventure time
>Always focuses on the story and rarely has filler.
Why can't people realize that a lego show can be really good? This show is still going strong from like 2012 with 6 seasons and a full length movie being worked on!
I dont think I'm above anyone I just want to try and share this show as much as I can without being an obsessive idiot. I understand people have different tastes but I think everyone is just glued to the basic CN shows like SU, AT and WBB
>Making a show about ninjas
>Not trying to boost their LEGO Dimensions sale and riding on the LEGO Movie's coattails by making a Dimensions cartoon where they could get away with any sort of plot they'd want avoiding licensed characters
I'm sorry, for a company that's supposedly about creativity and possibilities they sure seem fucking shortsighted.
It's good. It's very good, even, it's one of the best action-oriented shows I've seen. But it also doesn't have what those other shows do: believable character writing.
It sounds like a minor requirement, but a show NEEDS to have characters with a lot of emotional depth to have an obsessive fanbase. Which shows like SU/AT/MLP have in spades. And also demonstrates why shows like Phineas & Ferb have none despite being near-universally loved in /co/.
As for the rest of us, well, action shows just aren't that popular.
There's really no way they'd be able to get the licensing for a Lego Dimensions show.
>Why can't people realize that a lego show can be really good
I'm waiting for the Netflix Bionicle series famalamadingdong
>Garmadon was tossed into the Underworld when he and Wu were in their 20s
>That happened hundreds, even thousands of years before the show proper began
>He somehow has a son who's only about 10 when we first saw him and a wife who's still alive
The only explanations I have are either performing and being exposed to Spinjitzu makes you immortal or Misako stumbled into the underworld and decided that she wanted to get dicked by a charred skeleton guy.
>Dimensions tagline is, "You're gonna need a bigger imagination!"
>No level editor
>No character customization or skill tree
>LD is THE only T2L franchise that requires absolutely zero imagination.
>>No character customization or skill tree
I don't think you looked very hard.
I'd rather just see a cartoon about Lego's non-licensed, non-themed stuff fucking around. Something like Lego Island, every day Lego people with Castle, Space, and Pirate stuff thrown in.
>Misako stumbled into the underworld and decided that she wanted to get dicked by a charred skeleton guy
she met him before he became a skeleton guy, there was even a love triangle between the three of them