Comando Queer – 47% is one of the most recent Netflix animations and for a couple of months it attracted attention with its first trailer, a 55-second trailer that was condemned by social networks because it presented some stereotypes of the community LGBT. Despite the convictions he has endured in recent weeks, Queer command It stands as a Netflix success, in addition, on Twitter it is defended as a series that does not follow the course of what is seen in the trailer and presents us with a compact story.
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Originally known as Q-Force, this Netflix animated series created by Gabe liedman introduces us to a gay superspy and his motley LGBTQ squad, struggling to prove their worth to the agency that underestimates them. First in West Hollywood, then in the rest of the world! The protagonist decides to prove his worth by solving a case and obtaining the approval of his superiors, but he has to add a new member to his team, a heterosexual guy.
The first trailer of Q-Force Presented a couple of months ago, it obtained almost a million views, however, the poor reception can be seen in the 114 thousand dislikes compared to the scarce 9 thousand likes. Something similar happened with the most recent advance of three weeks ago. Queer command It finally arrived on the Netflix platform this September 3 and, despite the bad reviews and ratings on specialized sites such as Rotten Tomatoes or IMDb, there are not a few users of social networks who are celebrating the series.
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Although at first the display of LGBT stereotypes in Queer command (and cancellation requests even surfaced on Change.org), viewers rejoice that the series has not taken the path of caricature and its exploitation, choosing instead conscious character development and a season finale loaded with a different style than the opening chapters. Netflix has not commented on the matter, nor has it said any word about the renewal for a second season, but the truth is that the series has already gained a good fan base in networks.
Even with the obstacles in front of you,Queer command will have what it takes to renew and get more chapters in the future? The only sure thing with Netflix is that it is unpredictable, so we will have to wait a while for the answer.
Here are some tweets that defend Q-Force and stay in the catalog for more seasons to come.
Commando Queer is really really fun.
q-force is really fucking funny actually pic.twitter.com/4PRXI1eS3g
– Belltoad (@macintosh_vevo) September 2, 2021
I’m watching Q-Force and I want to be her.
I’m watching Q-Force and I want to be her pic.twitter.com/8f6L7Nljm8
– 🌿🎃 Doctor Nasty 🎃🌿 (@AchillesTeeth) September 2, 2021
Okay, Q-force is really good and that’s why we give things a shot and don’t base our full opinion of something on a minute teaser and deep within Twitter. Also, Stat is the best character.
Okay but like … Q-force is actually really good and this is why we give stuff a chance and not based on our entire opinion of a thing off of a minute long trailer and the depths of twitter.
Also Stat is the best character pic.twitter.com/bchzdWQyG6
– Layne 🎵ART HIATUS🎵 (@Layne_M_ink) September 2, 2021
Honestly, after watching the entire season, Q-Force deserves a second season because I am totally convinced that Netflix forced them to please to death so that it would sell as … The season finale feels like a completely different series on compared to how it started. There are still the gay jokes, but compared to how the series started, it’s so much less and so much more plot and character driven and honestly, I felt like this was the series we were supposed to have rather than the mess we were going to have. it was presented to us in the previews.
there’s still the gay jokes but compared to how the show started it is sooooo much less and far more plot and character driven and it honestly felt like this was the show we were supposed to get instead of the mess we were presented with in the trailers
– juno 🍀 (@juno_jinx) September 2, 2021
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