From the first episode, I was charmed by The Problem Solverz. The writing is smart, funny, and the characters are truly lovable. First we have Horace, a young man just looking to make a difference, Roba, a half-robot boy full of anxiety and self-consciousness, and Alfe, a dog-man who's good intentions often get overshadowed by his impulsive personality. Each of them is their own character, and the show makes that clear, they're fun to watch as a group and full of personality. The same can be said of the animation and background art. Not many shows are as truly fearless as The Problem Solverz, they don't hold back when it comes to art, and they don't worry about convention, and I wouldn't have it any other way. The fact that the art seems so uninhibited gives the show it's own life, and a presence that's completely new and original. The art style used puts character into everything, the buildings, the background characters and even the sky all have distinct personalities, all of which are never boring. This show takes 2D animation to a place it hasn't before, and gives me hope for more 2D creations in the future. Each episode is clever, wacky and downright enjoyable, the plots are always refreshing and unpredictable in a way that makes the viewer crave more. The mix of loveable characters, smart writing and completely original, exciting plots makes you want to see how the characters will react to whatever crazy adventure they stumble into next. All in all, this is å fabulous show with a lot of heart. The people who work on this show really care about it, and it shines though, brilliantly.
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