There are a lot of things to love about this season of 3Below, but may I just say that I absolutely loved Zadra's red boots?
Dunno, on the other hand, in Trollhunters, she was surprisingly unsurprised and okay with "oh hey, the cop stumbled into our meeting; let's kill him and bury the body" plan.At one point Nancy mentions that she was a spy in world war 1, and I'm like "wait that makes her like 120 years old. Is she a wizard??"
But I can't tell if that was a deliberate hint or someone got the wrong war/she was goofing around/whatever.
I finished up the season today, and man was that a fun ride. I quite enjoyed it and I'm very much looking forward to Wizards!
I haven't yet finished the season, but I love that, so far, it is absolutely unrepentant about the evils of xenophobia, and the parallels to current events are not at all subtle. All without losing the rollicking adventureness of it all.And the fact that Del Toro--and dreamworks didn't hesitate to go and flat out tell the kids watching this. "Accepting the stranger and the refugee is about who we are." If even one kid watching this looks at the stuff happening now and thinks: that's not right, than this show has done far more than many.