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HobbyKids Adventures is a 2019 American web series based on HobbyKidsTV, created by Butch Hartman. It started on June 22, 2019, and ended on March 14, 2020.
Why It Sucks
- To get the cat out of the bag, the flash animation is absolutely horrendous, lazy and suffers from constant framerate drops. It is so lazy to the point where it makes Butch Hartman's two previous shows look like Attack on Titan by comparison. Also, the characters' movements are very inconsistent, as it constantly changes from being fluid to stiff in multiple scenes. Even the flash animation from the last 13 episodes of The Fairly OddParents and Bunsen is a Beast was better than this. There are tons of animation errors as well.
- The art style and character designs are absolutely horrible, poorly drawn, unappealing, to the point that it gives the art style and character designs from Bunsen Is a Beast a run for their money.
- The HobbyKids and their parents are depicted in this series as animals, instead of humans. You could just make them humans and it wouldn't make a single difference.
- The HobbyKids are often portrayed as Karma Houdinis who often get into trouble, and rarely get punished for their actions. They also do lots of terrible things. For example:
- In "Burger Bandits", where they turn everything into burgers, including HobbyMom's computer, the TV, the car, and the toilet paper, and get off scot-free.
- In "Breaking Bedtime", HobbyPig sets up traps that could kill someone in real life.
- One episode, "Burger Bandits" is just 7 minutes of product placement, as it is just a paid advertisement for Carl's Jr.
- Some of the characters' names, such as Oh Fish Al, are laughably bad.
- The theme song is very generic and annoying.
- False Advertising: Some of the promotional material for the show features HobbyFrog using a jetpack and HobbyBear using a skateboard, even though they never use either of these in the show itself.
- The SlobbyKids are punching bags, even when they don't deserve it.
- A few of the episodes' title cards, like the title card of "Breaking Bedtime!", are cool and well-drawn in contrast to the art style and character designs in the show.
- The voice acting is decent, except for HobbyBear.
- While the art style is unappealing, HobbyBear's design is kinda cute despite looking like a Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! reject.
Episodes With Their Own Pages
HobbyKids Adventures currently holds a 2.7/10 on IMDb.