88) Catwoman89) Lord of the Rings90) Robocop91) Steven Universe92) Adventure Time93) Regular Show94) The Legend of Condor Hero95) The Terminator96) Hellraiser97) Dragons World: A Fantasy Made Real98) Ghostbusters99) Blade100) Arrow101) Jeepers Creepers102) Animorphs103) Cowboy Bebop104) Marvel Anime105) Annie on My Mind106) Looking For Home107) Sensual Phrase108) The Vision of Escaflowne109) Trailer music110) Baoh111) Species112) Cubix113) Big, Bad Beetle Borgs/Beetle Borgs Metallix114) The Goonies115) Sabrina: The Animated Series116) Attack on Titan117) The Amazing Spider-Man118) Beware the Batman119) The Lottery (Lifetime series)120) Rush (USA series)121) Satisfaction (USA series)122) Spawn123) Gotham124) Mothra films125) .
I'm fascinated by anime and manga, and the road to freedom is through imagination. It gets often difficult to find these for myself, whether they're on the Internet or on DVDs and Blu-rays.
I take great pleasure in some of the works of:1) Neon Genesis Evangelion2) Avatar: The Last Airbender3) Fushigi Yugi: The Mysterious Play4) Ceres, Celestial Legend5) Cardcaptor Sakura/Cardcaptors6) Sailor Moon7) Chobits8) Panda Go Panda9) The Legend of Korra (this new series is off the hook!!
An Obstructive Bureaucrat may show up, but it's not something the younger age group encounters often.
See also: Teenage Wasteland, Competence Zone, Parent Ex Machina, Best Years of Your Life, Lazy Husband, Babysitter from Hell. Not to be confused with Humans Are Morons, which deals with "We shall secure the school against He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named while you search for this — this object." "Is that possible?
Another seldom-used aspect of this trope sort of plays off the above.
In this version, it's not that Adults are useless; quite the opposite.This can be especially true in a lot of shows involving the police or military; the ones who strictly adhere to code are always shown incompetent whereas the ones who break code are the competent ones.It may be a good way to teach that you can't solve all your problems by just asking the grown-ups to help.After all, a High School Hustler could hardly get anything done if the teachers kept their eyes open, and if the parents were vigilant; being told that You Are Grounded would wreck the plot.But on a handful of drama shows, there's a real venom to it.This trope often gives the impression that only teens or younger kids are capable of saving the world and stuff.