Hey, everybody, this is X-OvrLuvr! It's a pleasure to be here! Just so you know, this username is pronounced as "Crossover Lover", which is part of the reason I'm joining the Adventure Series community with my own series known as The Punch Time Exploders.
My favorite pages
- Sore About Soaring I had a lot of fun writing some of this episode.
- Deadskool I got to channel my inner Deadpool for this episode.
- A Spongebob, Spyro, and Friends Christmas It's a holiday guilty pleasure, to say the least. The reason for this is because it's a pretty good interpretation of A Christmas Carol. I'd have to reread it in order to get to the high and low points, so I'll just do the low points.
- Copperfang's journey with the Ghosts.
- Past: While I do agree that Jin could've handled the situation better, I think it would've made more sense to have Oogway intervene.
- Present:... actually, I found no problems with that ghost.
- Future: The long-winded speech on how the Dark Man Scrooge Curse ruined everything and scaring the shit out of him at the end. And I mean, REALLY, FUCKING, SCARING, THE SHIT OUT OF HIM.
- The needless subplots.
- There's literally no reason for Patchy to go through all that shit with Ginger.
- The relationship with Alfred and Grace should've had a little more romantic tension near the end.
- Copperfang was enough of an antagonist, and I thought North Wind was kinda pointless, and I'm not just saying that because I absolutely hate the idea of Morality Illness.
Okay, bitch-and-moan. What DO I like about A SpongeBob, Spyro and Friends Christmas?
- I like how the story progresses.
- Copperfang's changes throughout the visits, whether they're harsh or intentionally scary, are actually quite impressive.
- The Saving Christmas plotline, while done a million times, gives way to creative ideas.
- I like the final battle.
- I don't mean the final boss, North Wind, I mean everything else. Ginger's justice against Freezar, Mother Nature's good enough punishments to our villains, except for, again, Copperfang, and how everything was resolved just in the nick of time.
My LEAST Favorite pages
- An All-Out French Experience with Gary: IT NEVER, STOPS! There is always talking, always another side of the story, always shifting sides! The whole moisode is like this; there is never a silent moment where the episode can breathe or take a break. It's like the episode was afraid if it lets up on the heavy atmosphere, it's going to lose the fans' attention, and that's not a good thing. People need lighter moments and pauses, because it teaches them patience and how to separate the good from the bad. This is like watching from three screens at once, and they're all in the same room.
- But I did find some things that I like about it: The settings were good, Madame Deces was a good villain, and the final battle against her was good.