We loved the first season of Beavis and Butt-Head, but as the second season is upon us, does it have enough topics and interest to keep the stream of halarity coming? We are greatful for the opportunity to find out in our latest review!
As always we break down our reviews into the categories of story, acting, and overall. So lets jump on in!
The stories of the series are always in a short format, non-continuing basis. The thing that once again makes this animated series so much fun is the use of multiple dimensional versions of the characters. Now you can see what they would act like as adults.
“…modern takes allows this series to keep itself fresh, relevant, and interesting to old and modern viewers of the series.”
The humors and topics covered are new, and unique to the continuing stories of the show. For instance, never before have they touched down on, or covered that of meditation much to my surprise. Using such different topics, but with modern takes allows this series to keep itself fresh, relevant, and interesting to old and modern viewers of the series.
Mike Judge returns once more to handle the voices of the two main characters. There really unfortunately isn’t a lot to discuss here, but I do want to say that with all the recent news and revelations about Justin Roiland, it’s nice to see a talented man in a similar field keep his record unblemished.
I still find myself feeling a bit like I did as a child sneaking down the stairs to watch the series when I wasn’t allowed to, even with it’s more modern world and topics, but at the end of the day it makes me laugh and forget about the tragedies in the world around me.
Conner’s Final Thoughts
If Mike Judge is able to keep producing the series with this level of quality, then I will keep watching it!