- Cliché Storm: Some people feel this way, what with all the typical kid hero plot-lines and twists. If you're into the show, especially if you're in the target audience, the kid hero plot-lines and twists are part of the appeal.
- Periphery Demographic: If promotional material for the The Merch is any indicator, the show is aimed toward young boys.note MECH-X4 has attracted a periphery demographic of preteen and teenage girls, mostly due to the lead actors being in previous Disney Channel showsnote . Doesn't hurt that the first half of the season premiered on Disney Channel before Disney XD.
- Pop-Culture Isolation: MECH-X4 is a live action Western take on the Super Robot genre, best known among anime fans, but not much anywhere outside of anime fandom. The biggest examples of giant robots to the general public are Transformers, the Megazord in the original Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers (which, incidentally, was owned by Disney for a while), and Pacific Rim. Guess what movies and TV shows MECH-X4 gets commonly accused of being a ripoff of?
- This also works in the show's favor, as some fans of shows like Power Rangers and the latest Voltron series got into it and compare MECH-X4 to those shows favorably.
- The Scrappy: Some feel that Spyder's random humor and clutziness is annoying and occasionally even detrimental to the team's safety.
- Special Effects Failure: Unlike most of the special effects work in the series, the drones in Let's Get Some Answers! are practical effects. Unfortunately, they're cheesy sci-fi b-movie practical effects rather than a more effective approach.
- Special mention goes to the scene in Let's Get Our Robot Back! where Davage is backhanded by MECH-X4 and flies off in an almost identical way to a more intentionally comedic moment from Jessie.
- Harper biologically interfacing with a monster to fight MECH-X4? Cool idea. The tendrils he's covered in and the set design for the inside of the monster aren't that cool looking.
- Spiritual Adaptation: The closest thing to a live action Megas XLR that you're gonna get, even if the MECH-X4 crew does less property damage per episode compared to Coop in MEGAS.
- The Un-Twist: Seth Harper and The Mastermind sure had a lot of connections and involvement with technology, and Bitch in Sheep's Clothing is a trope for a reason....
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