IT’S LADYBUG REVIEWED
“It’s Ladybug” follows the beats established by the earlier episodes of Miraculous. While I could fake opine about the merits of the show, I’ll go about a different way. My kid is 3 and loves the holy hell out of this show. It’s not something she keeps on repeat like Harry the Bunny, but she has to see new episodes when they air or arrive on DVD. Marinette and Adrien do something that really matters in this era. They are amazing heroines without having to call attention to junk concepts like girl power.
If you’re great, you’re great. You don’t have to keep calling out your differences to sorta handicap why you work as a character. “Miraculous” understands it and it’s enough to keep me glued to these five episodes per DVD spurt. If you have young kids, go check it out.
- Animatics for Selected Scenes
- 1.78:1 standard definition transfer
- Dolby Digital 5.1
RELEASE DATE: 4/11/17
- Video - 88%88%
- Audio - 86%86%
- Supplemental Material - 86%86%
- Show Score - 92%92%
The Plot Thus Far
The most Miraculous adventures of Ladybug and Cat Noir continue!
When Paris is threatened by supervillains, two amazing heroes are our only hope: Ladybug and Cat Noir! With the help of their magical pets, this incredible duo team up to outwit the forces of evil… but their biggest challenge might be getting through junior high school. In their normal lives, Marinette and Adrien are just a pair of young students, but in reality, this terrific twosome must juggle schoolwork, friends, family and growing up in a world where every day is a high-flying adventure!
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