>Only one female character in the whole series.
>She's the smartest, scariest, and most competent out of all of them.
>There's only one female
>She's a bitch all the time.
>only one male main character
>he's an incompetent moron
>>Only one female character in the whole series.
>>She's the bratty little sister.
>Three main female characters in the whole series
The thing is, several times "the Girl" has been the most complex and three dimensional character in the cast. Unlike more one note characters like "The Brain", The Girl can be sarcastic and affectionate and maternal and annoyed and vengeful and forgiving, etc etc, sometimes all in the space of a single episode. When you create a male character with the (good version of) The Girl template, he's almost always a fan favorite.
Other times though The Girl just plain sucks.
>thread complaining about shitty female character tropes that make women seem like obnoxious and unlikeable brats.
>Finds this offensive towards women.
If this isn't bait then you are a genuine idiot.
>Only one female
>She's the voice of reason but can be easily swayed into misadventures with the guy.
>Make cartoon out of love for animation.
>Die of cancer
>Best friend starts crowd funding more episodes of cartoon right after death.
>Does very little work and pockets the money.
>Says he has a super hard life when people tell him to get off his ass and work.
>He's one of those content creators.
Well yeah, no shit. You write a good female/male character you get a good female/male character. You write a bad one(similar to some of the tropes in this thread), you get a bad one, just like that.
>Only one female character on the team
>She's actually the big bad
>only one likable female in the show
>main character still treats her like crap
im in a relationship and im gonna make this thread tomorrow to prove you wrong you piece of shit
Making every female protagonist a flawless marysue, is one of the more sexist things in fiction.It treats women with kid gloves and never allows them to be of equal status with the male characters. Female protagonists should be allowed to have flaws.
>Only one dog in the whole series
>It's a dog
>All good women wear appropriate clothing
>All evil women wear sultry versions thereof
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>be portrayed as a useless idiot in your own cartoon
Oh please. Of they replaced white with black the mods wouldn't delete that either, otherwise half of the threads here would be deleted because someone said nigga/er. Christ, this board has such a victim complex sometimes.
>only one female main character
>is the least competent and least developed
>constantly losing fights, even in episodes that focus on her
>only wins against another girl, due to a combination of dumb luck and the opponent's emotional distress
>basically exists for fanservice and that's it
Me too. It's somewhat nice to have Tom keeping it alive, but he's not as care free and hearted. If he had cancer he would be crying the whole time and never create any more work.
>be the beetle that trolled the world by making an allbum and calling it "best of the beetles" making millions and getting away with it because his Last name is legally best.
remember how this girl is literally all of this yet lolicons can't think beyond their small cocks, and thus see her as perfect when she's a mary sue
I think the issue with most strong female characters is that they don't suffer as much as male characters do, so their strongness feels unearned
I would love a smart chick who gets the crap beaten out of her in a fight then goes full blown crazy in the next one
>I would love a smart chick who gets the crap beaten out of her in a fight then goes full blown crazy in the next one
be careful what you wish for
>has to fall for someone by the end
>opposite gender characters
>cant stay platonic
>the series has two girls and two guys
>one of the girls is a spunky tomboy with a sidecut who can handle anything
>the other is a brilliant scientist, engineer, machinists, hacker and whatever else the situation requires but still has time to look great
>one of the guys is fat. That's all there is to him, he's a fat joke
>the other guy is the comedic relief who gets subjected to near-constant physical assault
>the girl on the team NEVER gets hurt or subjected to slapstick
>It's painfully obvious a single white guy made this thread
Im gay. I have boyfriend and i agree with OP and other people.
When i was a kid i hated that shit. I didn't wanted to get pussy so i was caring more about characters and friendship instead of relationships between boys and girls.
And the thing i hated the most was this shitty token crap "silly boys + 1 smart girl in pink dress". When i was a kid there were all kinds of kids - smart or dumb boys and girls.
I was in a company with not so smart girl with bad hygiene and 2 smart boys 1 strong girl gamer (me and i liked to play videogames together she was the the only person interested in BADASS games from Sega Mega Drive while boys were playing their faggy mario brothers) and etc etc.
So i never understood this cliche kids in kids/school cartoons.
Fuck your bullshit. Go back to tumblr and tell them how gays are as toxic as hetero males.
Lance was pretty much autistic, not even in a derogatory way he literally just wasn't raised conventionally so he was clearly emotionally stunted, and Illana didn't like the way he looked down on her or other people so I think it was less a matter of staying platonic and more just not liking each other beyond a certain point.
Lance often seemed eager to go off and do his own thing and if he didn't have to specifically protect her as the princess I don't think they'd really keep company much. Not to step on the whole surrogate family thing, I'm just basing it on how they characters behaved when left to their own devices.
I also just only now remembered like Kal El that they're aliens.
>dad walks in
>the moment immediately gets awkward because he might think it's a girl show