Saira Letsirk (wandaaaa) wrote,
Saira Letsirk


Batman isn't even a superhero. He's a hero; without the super.
Okay. While I'm transferring some videos to my computer (this isn't my computer; it's my sister's but since my computer's sound card and video card and ethernet aren't working as of the moment, I'm stuck with the laptop) I figured I'll update my livejournal! So here I am, typing random words that makes up random sentences that tells random stories. Anyway, since this summer is so boring for me, my day always goes by with me watching cartoons, cartoons, and lots of cartoons. One of my favorites is The Fairly Odd Parents since Cosmo's there and I don't know, I just love Butch Hartman cartoons.

Earlier, while I was watching some cartoons on Nickelodeon (CLICK HERE YAH!) and I just so happen to not like the current cartoon showing so I turned to The Cartoon Network (CLICK HERE YAH! AGAIN.) and they were showing The Powerpuff Girls Z. Yes, and I was like, "There's a Powerpuff Girls Z  show?" and if I may say, it's definitely better than the original since they actually grew up a bit! Like, they can't keep all of their cartoons kids. Time passes by. Just like Rugrats, they actually made a show wherein they grew up! Finally, some people are thinking. Anyway, the show was good since the graphics are better and the girls are way cuter than the original. I found a picture of the PPGZ girls. I thank Google (Google here!).

There you go! They're actually cuter, aren't they?
Somehow, I came to the conclusion that cartoons these days are full of violence since everything is all about fighting and blowing up stuff and fighting and superpowers and fighting and punching and fighting and villains and fighting. You get the idea. And I kept thinking, why would people actually like these cartoons that shows violence? Does that mean that people love violence? For a change, the world has problems already and people are liking violence? What is wrong with the world? I somehow imagined the next generation actually watching plenty of cartoons with a lot of violence in them and actually laughing because of the funny plot. Can't we produce cartoons without violence? Even if they're saving people from crime, teaching kids that doing those crime is a bad thing, is showing how to do it with fighting actually a solution?

So, that's drama but it's a thought to ponder.

Then my thoughts wander to superheroes because Cartoon Network showed a Batman commercial and I thought, Batman can't be a superhero. He doesn't even have powers, for Pete's sake. He can be a hero, yeah, but a superhero? I don't think so. What makes him so super to be considered a superhero? He saves people, I know that. I save kittens, can I be a superhero now? LOL. (I was talking to lettherebebrock and he told me that maybe, if you're wearing a costume, it means that you're a superhero already. FANNEH.)

GAH. Changing topic, I missed uber lots of FOP episodes so I'll make up for that. YAY!

This post means no harm to any fans who're going to be able to read it. Bye. :D
Tags: batman, fop, girl, post, powerpuff
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