Adam is 28 years old and resides in Champaign, Illinois. He attended Illinois State University and graduated in 2007 after obtaining a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Studio Arts. He is a huge fan of several movies and television shows, including Star Trek, Star Wars, The Simpsons, and Back to the Future. He is also an avid gamer, enjoying several Nintendo titles in the RPG genre such as Pokémon, Earthbound, and Paper Mario. Adam currently works for an outdoor specialty retailer. (…)
It would be so easy for them to produce a cartoon that just exists to hawk toys and dolls to little girls, half-assing it to get their paycheck and move on with their lives, but it’s obvious that the people who make this show enjoy what they do. It has well-written characters, really good music, and the animation is beautiful to look at. It’s some of the best animation on television right now actually, in my opinion. The show is also genuinely funny in ways that appeal to older viewers, lots of dry humor — I don’t want to say “adult,” but rather more sophisticated jokes that you wouldn’t expect to see in a children’s show. There’s also a lot of pop culture references that I’m aware of, but would fly over the heads of someone in the target audience. I mean, what 6 year-old girl is going to know who Benny Hill is, or get a reference to A Clockwork Orange?