While there are major storyline changes to each show, there are common grounds and things that make one better than the other in some aspects.
Ever heard of Little Red Riding Hood having powers and solving murders? No? Pretty good spin on a classic.
With constant changes to the original work, conflicts with actors who just wanted to make it better, and blatant lies to the fans, it’s no wonder most of the fanbase has turned against a show that had so much potential to be the next big fantasy addiction.
The second movie in the Kingdom franchise has a lot of fun new elements, but also lacks a sense of importance in the battles.
Fans of the manga and anime may realize who the man in the final scene of Netflix’s “One Piece” was, but for those who don’t, let’s explain.
Gritty martial arts action mixed with political and racial tensions is rampant in the third season. Yet it still manages to showcase how working together is the best solution.