Is this really the "if it's so bad why does it do well" question? Popular media has always been filled with mediocre entertainment that prints money. The Transformers films dominated the box office, yet they were all critical flops.Mister_Popo wrote: ↑Mon Nov 18, 2019 7:07 pmIt's rather something i seem to notice. The tendancy towards Super if you read reviews or even talk to people, is rather extremely critical. People almost don't seem to enjoy it or find it entertaining. At least not generally. But why doesn't this opinion translate into the numbers? Or the other way around, why don't the success numbers seem to translate into the opinions?
The kinds of people who watch Dragon Ball Super varies massively, they'll be kids, teens, adults who want to revisit that series from their childhood, it's all over the map, and to further divide things you have different tiers of fans, casual/hardcore etc. Within all of this, the kinds of people who go out of their way to discuss it online will be a small percentage, and even within that percentage are the people who are critical about the media the digest.
This isn't really A Dragon Ball Super thing, it happens across tons of media.
The rest of the post was rather confusing , no one around here thinks the post Saiyan stuff is better because of "maturity", and the opinion that the pre - Saiyan content is superior to the post is pretty much a respected opinion in most Dragon Ball discussions these days, even if people don't agree.