Well, now I have time to type.
The animation is more skillfully done with each episode. You appear more comfortable.
The action scenes are more intense and also more thought-out in the choreography. I especially liked the cilimactic action sequence. Lots of motion, and lots of planning probably went into it.
The story has more intrigue to it this time around. It really is starting to remind me of TV shows like 24 and Max Headroom. Max really was ahead of its time, and it seems real life, and sci fi itself, is beginning to catch up.
Mary Charles is just awesome as expected. Also, Rafael is we;;-suited and talented as App Man himself, and Jay Silver brought Bufferman to life, and just sounds like a real person and not an actor. Jay Silver is just great.
Does the story take place in the UK or America? I'm guessing America since it's common for people with British accents to appear in America but not vice versa. Wouldn't care, and would think if the city is in England it would be cool too. I didn't notice any UK-specific vocabulary. In one Transformer comic from the UK, Optimus Prime met President Reagan, but since it was for UK readership, Reagan said that Optimus transformed into a lorry rather than a tractor-trailer truck. That amused me because the writer, Simon Furman, "Britified" the great president's diction.
A few transitions during action scenes were to quick for the conscious mind to discern. That's my only complaint. That and the long delay in the administration addiing a goldt stud to the side of your film. But it's Easter vaca.
This is a great ending to the first story arc. And as I said before, App Man is a perfect super hero for modern times. And I like that it's got some wit and humor to go along with it.
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