Star Vs. The Forces of Evil is an animated show aired in 2015. It airs on Disney XD. However, the fifth season has yet to be announced.
Star Butterfly, the 14 year-old princess of the dimension of Mewni inherits her family's magic wand as part of her family's tradition. However her reckless nature forces her parents to send her away to our dimension to help her train. She enrolls in high school and befriends a 14-year old karate student named Marco Diaz and becomes his host sister. However, an evil, yet incompetent, monster named Ludo seeks Star's wand for ultimate power while an even greater evil in the form of Toffee seeks his missing finger.
Why It Rocks
- The animation is very well-done.
- Very likable characters.
- Well written story with comedy and action.
- Heavily inspired by the magical girl genre such as Sailor Moon.
- With the introduction of Toffee, a story arc is currently forming.
- Some subtle dark comedy and funny moments.
- Good character designs.
- Heroic theme song.
- Sorta had a perfect introduction, as to explain who the characters are very well (But it gets good as the series continues)
- The series suddenly ends without concluding the story. Soon, this series was revived for its fifth season.
- Contains some SJW propaganda. For instance in the episode, Sleepover the character Janna admits to liking the color pink but disliking conforming to gender stereotypes while the cube says that Janna likes pink and "fights the patriarchy."
- The season four finale is a bit clearly rushed and odd-looking. As it just goes on to fast of Star destroying the magic but basically ignores the consequences of destroying the magic, and both dimension crammed into one. However, the fifth season of this series will soon be announced, when Disney sells 21st Century Fox assets to Fox Corporation.
- While most dirty jokes are subtle, the episode, Mr. Candle Cares, takes it way too far. A popular clip known as "Smooch Buddies" has Marco mentioning the various ways he kissed Star (didn't actually kiss her, he was trying to get Tom mad). The styles he mentioned are actual styles, but are extremely inappropriate. Just watch that clip and look them up on the Urban Dictionary.