August 22, 2010
Virus Buster Serge
It could be the fact that the ending in each episode is pretty predictable. It could also be that the fights all contain the same moves and the same kind of dynamics where it looks hopeless for the hero, then suddenly they become supercharged and are practically invincible. This should be a good lesson to writers, viewers aren't stupid, you can make the good guy lose, we won't cry about it. Just make the fights interesting. A lot of the newer shows put more emphasis on balancing out the power between good and evil. This makes the shows watchable. It also doesn't help here that the same cast of "good guys" are the only people we really get to know as characters. This pretty much eliminates any opportunity to relate to "evil characters" and provide another dimension to the story line. If the clear cut lines between good and bad were blurred a little more in this show, it might have been more tolerable and easier to complete.