@ComicMan24: For me, I feel a lot of shows get worse as they go on in terms of art. Like Dragon Ball Z is a perfect example. As that progresses, you can see the decline in quality.
Yeah, only 3 left.
@Supreme Marvel: It has happened in several anime that I have seen too although there were several that the animation actually improved later. But I have noticed that western animation tends to be more stable that eastern animation. It usually lacks those ups and downs that anime animation has. And same goes for CGI shows.
If it doesn't get a second season, I hope they are going to wrap up things in a nice way.
@ComicMan24: I think it might be down to Japanese series tend to be out each week while America series will have breaks all the way through. Maybe so animators no not get burnt out.
I think they should end it so it gives the possibility of the characters to enter the next film series. Beck looks like Elijah. So, if they keep the same characters for the film, Elijah could help out. Or even become Tron. Since the real actor, who also voices Tron is way too old for the type of acrobatic movement in martial arts.
@Supreme Marvel: True, a lot of the on-going anime I watch atm, while they did go on a hiatus for the holidays, that lasted 3 weeks tops and only for some of the shows. While the American ones, well take Young Justice for example. This show has been more on a hiatus than actually air lol
Next film series? There have been talked about that?
I've never heard of the show but seeing this anigif makes me want to watch it.
Oh and if we're talking about Fringe... what a super meh final season. The only good thing was Serial Experiment Peter and the possibility of Walternate maybe somehow coming back. I really wish they hadn't gone to this stupid alternate future storyline. Fringe was at it's best imo when it was parallel dimensions and Walternate trying to destroy the world.
Callum Petch says goodbye to Screened by fondly reflecting on the site that gave him so much.