“What If…? Season 1”: The sense of fragmentation is too heavy, IGN final score: 6 points

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IGN today (October 8) released the final rating of the Marvel animation “What If…? Season 1”.

IGN film critics believe that “What If…? Season 1” has opened up a very creative perspective.

"What If...? Season 1": The sense of fragmentation is too heavy, IGN final score: 6 points

Although “What If…? Season 1” is very creative, this animated series also has many problems.

Its drama series structure is very weird, inconsistent dubbing, and animation quality, so that the production of the next season’s series has a lot of room for improvement.

IGN score: 6 points Fair

"What If...? Season 1": The sense of fragmentation is too heavy, IGN final score: 6 points

“What If…? Season 1” is a great mix of the best of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

However, there are still many problems in the production of animation, and there are still many areas for improvement in the production of the next season.

General comments:

“What If…? Season 1” is an interesting stitch to the classic Marvel movie universe.

"What If...? Season 1": The sense of fragmentation is too heavy, IGN final score: 6 points

What it does best is that it can dig out valuable new stories from established roles and story backgrounds.

The Marvel Cinematic Universe has a very good foundation and a variety of stories for selection and re-creation of animated series.

This makes the future of “What If…?” full of hope.

The producer of “What If…? Season 1” wants each episode to be independent, but also hopes that it is a series.

"What If...? Season 1": The sense of fragmentation is too heavy, IGN final score: 6 points

This also led to the series presenting a very weird structure, inconsistent character dubbing, and animation quality.

If Marvel wants to add animation series creation to the fierce competition in the future of multimedia, there are still many areas for improvement in the next season of “What If…?”

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