History YMMV / Bravestarr

8th Dec '17 11:24:26 PM KN09
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* UnintentionallyUnsympathetic: In "The Price," Bravestarr and Thirty-Thirty are revealed to have thrown everyone undergoing Spin withdrawal, men ''and'' women, into the single jail cell in Fort Kerium. The town doctor appears only briefly, and is nowhere in sight as the victims experience painful withdrawal symptoms. While intended to be a Scare 'em Straight moment, it reflects ''very'' poorly on the protagonists.
28th May '17 10:07:08 PM ImperialMajestyXO
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* FamilyUnfriendlyAesop: In "Bravestarr and the Law", the message that Bravestarr has for viewers at the end is that one always has the duty to obey the law even if one does not agree with it. This is at the end of an episode where a miscarriage of justice almost happened and where Shaman's advice to Bravestarr in response to his dillemma as to whether or not he should enforce said judgment was a flashback to his childhood where he violated a sacred pool to save a drowning bird and Shaman told him that he must judge for himself if the pool or the bird's life was more important. On top of that, Bravestarr points out that there are ways to change laws we don't agree with, yet is speaking to an audience who will be disenfranchised for about the next decade and is currently unable to vote on the laws they must obey. The intended message was probably meant to be you can't just turn your back on your responsibilities the minute they become inconvenient for you, and as stated above there are ways to work to improve the law or laws that don't necessarily work, but that's not quite how it comes off.

to:

* FamilyUnfriendlyAesop: In "Bravestarr and the Law", the message that Bravestarr has for viewers at the end is that one always has the duty to obey the law even if one does not agree with it. This is at the end of an episode where a miscarriage of justice MiscarriageOfJustice almost happened and where Shaman's advice to Bravestarr in response to his dillemma dilemma as to whether or not he should enforce said judgment was a flashback to his childhood where he violated a sacred pool to save a drowning bird and Shaman told him that he must judge for himself if the pool or the bird's life was more important. On top of that, Bravestarr points out that there are ways to change laws we don't agree with, yet is speaking to an audience who will be disenfranchised for about the next decade and is currently unable to vote on the laws they must obey. The intended message was probably meant to be you can't just turn your back on your responsibilities the minute they become inconvenient for you, and as stated above there are ways to work to improve the law or laws that don't necessarily work, but that's not quite how it comes off.
23rd Apr '17 8:16:20 AM WJTaylor4
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* FairForItsDay: Bravestarr is a textbook MagicalNativeAmerican, as is his ParentalSubstitute Mentor the Shamon, but he's also the lead in an action series and toy franchise, something of a rarity even today.

to:

* FairForItsDay: Bravestarr is a textbook MagicalNativeAmerican, as is his ParentalSubstitute Mentor the Shamon, Shaman, but he's also the heroic lead in an action series and toy franchise, something of a rarity even today.
23rd Apr '17 8:13:17 AM WJTaylor4
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* FairForItsDay: Bravestarr is a textbook MagicalNativeAmerican, but he's also the lead in a toy franchise, something of a rarity even today.

to:

* FairForItsDay: Bravestarr is a textbook MagicalNativeAmerican, as is his ParentalSubstitute Mentor the Shamon, but he's also the lead in a an action series and toy franchise, something of a rarity even today.
26th Dec '16 3:31:23 AM Shadowgazer
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* NightmareFuel: The shot of Tex Hex laughing maniacally in the opening as his face is superimposed over the shot of his gang terrorizing the settlers of New Texas.
5th Dec '16 8:33:28 PM WJTaylor4
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* NightmareFuel: The shot of Tex Hex laughing maniacally in the opening as his face is superimposed over the shot of his gang terrorizing the settlers of New Texas.
4th Dec '16 8:31:36 PM WJTaylor4
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* FamilyUnfriendlyAesop: In "Bravestarr and the Law", the message that Bravestarr has for viewers at the end is that one always has the duty to obey the law even if one does not agree with it. This is at the end of an episode where a miscarriage of justice almost happened and where Shaman's advice to Bravestarr in response to his dillemma as to whether or not he should enforce said judgment was a flashback to his childhood where he violated a sacred pool to save a drowning bird and Shaman told him that he must judge for himself if the pool or the bird's life was more important. On top of that, Bravestarr points out that there are ways to change laws we don't agree with, yet is speaking to an audience who will be disenfranchised for about the next decade and is currently unable to vote on the laws they must obey.

to:

* FamilyUnfriendlyAesop: In "Bravestarr and the Law", the message that Bravestarr has for viewers at the end is that one always has the duty to obey the law even if one does not agree with it. This is at the end of an episode where a miscarriage of justice almost happened and where Shaman's advice to Bravestarr in response to his dillemma as to whether or not he should enforce said judgment was a flashback to his childhood where he violated a sacred pool to save a drowning bird and Shaman told him that he must judge for himself if the pool or the bird's life was more important. On top of that, Bravestarr points out that there are ways to change laws we don't agree with, yet is speaking to an audience who will be disenfranchised for about the next decade and is currently unable to vote on the laws they must obey. The intended message was probably meant to be you can't just turn your back on your responsibilities the minute they become inconvenient for you, and as stated above there are ways to work to improve the law or laws that don't necessarily work, but that's not quite how it comes off.
4th Dec '16 8:27:37 PM WJTaylor4
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* TheScrappy: The Prairie People can be this for some viewers due to voices and sometimes being overly naive.
13th Nov '16 8:18:30 AM MarkLungo
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* NightmareFuel: Stampede and his dragon-bull army in the movie.
** "The Price" has some legitimately disturbing moments, such as the anguished screams and struggles of spin-addicted miners, or Jay's downward spiral.
10th Nov '16 7:23:07 PM erracht
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** FamilyUnfriendlyAesop: In "Bravestarr and the Law", the message that Bravestarr has for viewers at the end is that one always has the duty to obey the law even if one does not agree with it. This is at the end of an episode where a miscarriage of justice almost happened and where Shaman's advice to Bravestarr in response to his dillemma as to whether or not he should enforce said judgment was a flashback to his childhood where he violated a sacred pool to save a drowning bird and Shaman told him that he must judge for himself if the pool or the bird's life was more important. On top of that, Bravestarr points out that there are ways to change laws we don't agree with, yet is speaking to an audience who will be disenfranchised for about the next decade and is currently unable to vote on the laws they must obey.

to:

** * FamilyUnfriendlyAesop: In "Bravestarr and the Law", the message that Bravestarr has for viewers at the end is that one always has the duty to obey the law even if one does not agree with it. This is at the end of an episode where a miscarriage of justice almost happened and where Shaman's advice to Bravestarr in response to his dillemma as to whether or not he should enforce said judgment was a flashback to his childhood where he violated a sacred pool to save a drowning bird and Shaman told him that he must judge for himself if the pool or the bird's life was more important. On top of that, Bravestarr points out that there are ways to change laws we don't agree with, yet is speaking to an audience who will be disenfranchised for about the next decade and is currently unable to vote on the laws they must obey.
This list shows the last 10 events of 36. Show all.
http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/article_history.php?article=YMMV.Bravestarr