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- Apr 30, 2014
Agreed, Appmon has very unique theme and setting, but the only thing they do is wasting times with hanging some hints and later left alone unexplained. Tri is more worse bcos all of the theme is not a thing the show needed. Plus they also waste time by boring drama and unimportant new chosen children.Actually, yes. Both Appmon and Tri are bad examples of a well-paced series. It's not unique to these two series, but it certainly stands out more with them than the previous series. Like, 02 and Frontier aren't paced all that well either, but they don't have solid writing that's being let down by the poor pacing. Xros Wars has good pacing, but failed characterizations and a botched ending. Adventure and Savers have very formulaic pacing that works well enough and solid, straightforward plots that hold to their basic themes. Appmon and Tri have very strong plot ideas and characterization that's being wasted with awful pacing. Tamers is probably the only thing in the franchise with all-around competent storytelling techniques.
I feel like Appmon can be good if it's a 120-140 episodes like Inazuma Eleven. It's fun to watch, even with so many characters, but can be equally treated well, having some fillers but didn't throw off the plot at all. One of Appmon problem is it's too rushed as I said many times.