If you’ve read my previous blogs at all and have happened to read my review on “Rick and Morty,” you’ll find this show to be just as entertaining.
Unlike “Rick and Morty,” there aren’t adult themes, so watch anywhere, anytime.
Adventure Time features a boy, Finn, who is a human, and Jake, who is a shapeshifting dog, and together they go on all sorts of adventures together. If I had to choose a favorite, I would chose Jake the dog.
Jake is my favorite because he is the most relaxed, speaking dog who can stretch in any which way he wants.
Anyway, they go on all sorts of adventures where random things occur, like an ice king soiling every one of their quests.
Finn the human is always looking to rescue the princess. I find it interesting to find out what kind of adventure Finn has planned episode after episode. I can’t get enough of this show.
Take all the randomness of Nickelodeon’s “Spongebob Squarepants” and combine it with Adult Swim’s “Rick and Morty,” minus the adult themes and, as the French would say, Ouala; “Adventure Time!”
I will continue to watch this show until it’s discontinued. I thought, perhaps, that the creator must have been the same person, but Pendleton Ward created “Adventure Time” while Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland created “Rick and Morty.”
I’ll give the show a rating of 92/100. Over 60 points means I’ll watch again. Rating is based on four categories: Adventure, plot, originality and acting; each with a 25 point maximum. The adventure category is rating in terms of genre, so in an action show, action would replace adventure. I’m going to classify “Adventure Time” as an adventure.