So what truly constitutes a monster?
Things are getting back in order and then I'll take YOUR order.
What I like about pokemonWhat I like about pokemon by hibbary
Over the past couple years Pokemon has become an incredibley popular universe for children all around the world. Kids from 3 to thirteen are drawn to the simple plot, colorful characters, and the fantastic idea of traveling without adult supervision in a world of strange and powerful animals at their beck and command. They flock to purchase and own anything and everything Pokemon. But as many fans as Pokemon has, it has enemies. Critics find Pokemon dull, redundant, annoying, cutsey, and basically downright insulting to their intelligence. Surely it is made for children. So why would I, a twenty year old college student, an intelligent (I hope) scholar be so taken by such a simple, childish, plotless TV show? potential.
I look at pokemon and I see the potential of a facinating story. Their culture is dominated by the juxtaposed relationship of human beings (the dominant "advanced" species) and pokemon (the "uncivilized" cultures
You may also know me as Borzoi-Feet
I am an affectionate parodist who enjoys 'What if...?' situations perhaps a tad too much. Do not say something sucks without explaining why. I will not take you seriously otherwise. Wit is always welcomed.
It's fine if you wish to post/share my work, I only ask that you credit those who invented our favorite characters and the artist who drew them.
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