It sounds the least worst of all.
>That piece of animation tested better with girls than any animation we’ve done in a really long time
Why CN acts like DCSHG don't exist? Sure, it's like PPG which was popular with boys, but it was also popular in general. I'm sure girls like it too. Is it because Mattel fucked up another DC cartoon with their shit quality toys?
<Ugly girls picking each other's nose
<Girl dressed in generic boring and not particularly pretty armor
<These supposed to appeal to girls
As a kid I mostly liked girly girl characters such as Angelica and Snorkmaiden yes I had a bit shit taste
and the Dark Phoenix/Jean, but I also liked Rogue and Buttercup which were more of a tomboy but they were still fairly feminine and pretty. Why the USA doesn't have any equivalents of Rumiko Takahashi, Clamp, etc? Why it's all dykes? Even Faust who's the best, still avoid romance at all cost to shove her imaginary strong female friendships that don't exist in real life. The "best" girl cartoons to this very day are just lame toy commercials.
>Cartoon Network is just grasping at straws to what they think kids should enjoy, and it's not going to work
All those stupid companies trying to chase after the last (usually internet) fade, only to have it dead by the time they'll join it, for example Baby Shark toys. In the Gross Girls case, there was poop themed toys (I truly feel bad for this generation of kids) trend going on and it included girl version of it. But those toys were still girly and pretty (yes, I know it sounds weird saying it) unlike Gross Girls.
>I'm guessing its trying to be female pokymans
I have the feeling it's combination of Miraculous Ladybug wannabe with Ben 10 with a touch of CCP pandering.
>I can't take any more of this catering to girls at the expense of the boys
Same and it's not even a good pandering. The reason CN moved to preschool and girl audience is because the action figure market for kids is "dead" and it is mostly girls and toddlers who still get toys.
I'm surprised they didn't come up with it earlier.
>What if Cars but DC?
>I don't see how they could screw that up.
Heard about the new Thomas&Friends show? It's never too young to get woke.
>The car version of superman sounds kinda neat
They mentioned nothing about the show except its name.