dreadedcandiru2 (dreadedcandiru2) wrote,

The reiteration effect.

As I satated earlier, the new-runs do not in the least add anything to either the stories or characters. Not only do they distort the original meaning in a negative way, they make the original flawed but sympathetic family into younger versions of the unpalatable twits who staged the Settlepocalypse. There's another side-effect of the endless repetition of the same theme that's alost too obvious to mention: it's irritatingly dull. It can be safely likened to being forced to listen to a dull speaker who can't get to the point while droning away about an irrelevant topic. Sooner or later, people tune the person out. Lynn's dilemma is that more and more papers might drop her new-run before the children's book underwhelms the people of the world.
Tags: lynn: failed creator, the reload

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