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Hey all! So a few months ago I made a TDP Recommendation post. Since then, I’ve watched, played, and read a few things that I think people here may also like, ergo the update. This obviously isn’t a one-size-fits-all scenario, but I hope something on this lists reaches you if you haven’t checked it out before!
Have you watched The Dragon Price over a dozen times? Are you eagerly awaiting Season 4 and have analyzed every little piece of the previous three seasons to death and beyond? Are you searching for something to scratch that Dragon Prince itch? Or are you just stuck in quarantine and want something to stop the boredom? Well, here are some things you might enjoy while you wait for Season 4. (P.S. – I have a TL;DR List at the bottom, so feel free to skip to that and then come back up if anything catches your eye)
If you like Nintendo and have a Switch, definitely splurge for Fire Emblem: Three Houses if you haven’t already. This game captures the epic scope, deep lore, and complex character development that you’re really hankering for. Three Houses is fun, funny, heartbreaking and heartwarming at the same time, and the voice acting is phenomenal. There are lots of characters for those who like to create or enjoy fan art. I honestly cannot recommend this game enough.
If you’re interested in Fire Emblem but you don’t have a switch, don’t worry! There are games for the 3DS, Gameboy Advance, GameCube, and Wii as well…although the GameCube and Wii games are notoriously hard to find. I recommend starting with Fire Emblem Awakening or Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia if you have a 3DS, and Fire Emblem 7 (aka Fire Emblem) for those who can find it and have a DS or a GBA (or have an emulator). …there is also a DS game that’s a remake of the first game, but I would caution that off for now…
Banner Saga is another popular recommendation thrown about, so try that if you like Fire Emblem.
There’s also Persona 5 and Persona 5 Royal for the PS4 if you like the academy setting, time management system and RPG elements in Three Houses. Both versions are phenomenal games and easily some of the best to be on the PS4. But these are mature games. They’re rated M for a reason, covering a wide range of triggering topics (sexual, mental, and physical abuse, gaslighting, blackmail, etc) and tons of swearing. However, if you can get past that, you’re in for the adventure of a lifetime. This game is easily one of the most stylish, memorable games that you can play. The music is PHENOMENAL and the voice acting is out of this world. Buy it, and prepare yourself for a Takeover.
Another great PS4 game is Horizon: Zero Dawn. This game takes place in a post-apocalyptic future where humanity has been reduced to tribes and mechanical beasts roam the ruins of our world. Our journey follows Aloy, a young woman who was outcast as a baby. When tragedy strikes, Aloy is forced to explore the world beyond her home and comes to realize the world isn’t as simple as she thought it once was.
HDZ was one of my favorite games of 2019 (when I started playing it), and after beating it March 30th I can easily say it’s one of the best games I’ve played in a long, LONG time.
The Hero’s Journey Aloy goes on feels similar to the journey the Gaang takes in Avatar: The Last Airbender. Perspectives are challenged, truth is revealed, a beautiful and wondrous world is explored, and everyone (who survives) grows and becomes better.
Both Horizon: Zero Dawn and Persona 5 Royal may come to the Playstation 5 later this year for those interested in picking that up (well, HZD will be on the PS5 for sure, but P5R I’m less sure of). If the price tag for the new system is a little high on that right now as it is for me, then I recommend buying these games and getting your money’s worth out of them now.
Lastly for the PS4 is God of War. This game explores the journey of Kratos and his son Atreus Boy as they go to bury the ashes of Faye, Kratos’ wife and Atreus' Boy’s mother. The game contains stunning graphics, complex emotions, and brutal gameplay. The mythology of the story is quite interesting too! So if you are a fan of the complexities of parent/child relationships (specifically fatheson ones), this is a game for you. Like HZD and P5, God of War will most likely travel to the PlayStation 5, so be warned.
For those who want book recommendations, I highly recommend Brandon Sanderson’s works.
Did you like the parts with Ezran, Zym, and Bait the best? Then why not take a crack at Brandon’s Sci-fi series Skyward (Skyward, Starsight, Book 3 coming 2021)? Instead of “a boy and his dragon,” Skyward features “a girl and her starship,” and trust me, that starship is hilarious. The series also deals with themes such as: Sins of the Father, prejudice, militaristic governments, and how enemies are “othered” during war.
Did you like the small group going up against unbeatable odds? And if so, have you checked out Avatar: The Last Airbender? Yes? Good, now might also enjoy the Mistborn trilogy (Mistborn: The Final Empire, Well of Ascension, Hero of Ages). Mistborn follows a young woman named Vin who is soon recruited into a crew of thieves who plan to steal an entire empire – and kill a god-king while they’re at it. There’s action, romance (fans of Callum should LOVE Elend), magic, and twists upon twists. This is the best starting place for most fans of Sanderson too. Try it out, because there’s always another secret.
Or would you rather step into the deep end of epic fantasy? Do you like your worlds colorful and unique? Do you like being swept away, as if in a storm? If so, Brandon’s magnum opus, The Stormlight Archive (The Way of Kings, Words of Radiance, Edgedancer (a short novella), Oathbringer, and soon Rhythm of War) is for you. This series has action, lore layered in mystery, hard magic systems, and the “othering” of enemies and the consequences of such actions, otherworldly creatures, redemption, overcoming trauma, and relatable characters. This, fellow fans, is the series you’ve been looking for, and I can’t recommend it enough. This series can change your life. Book 4, Rhythm of War, is set to come out this November, so now’s the perfect time to start!
For books that aren’t by Brandon Sanderson, I recommend Evan Winter’s Rage of Dragons. Like ALTA, this fantasy series isn’t fully based in Western fantasy – this book takes from African lore, mythology, and culture, and blends it into a slightly Western fantasy world to create something new and fresh. I highly recommend this. There is explicit (but not extremely graphic) sexual content, so be warned.
For fans of cartoons, I’m unfortunately not going to be much help. The subreddits to Hilda and Avatar: The Last Airbender are already on the sidebar, and those are probably the best places to start, especially since both are now on Netflix. This fandom and She-Ra’s fandom have a lot of crossover (and has even helped out ours when we needed it!), so there’s another place to check.
If you have Disney Plus, why not try out Star Wars: The Clone Wars if you haven’t already? The scope is vast, the characters truly grow on you, and the action is awesome. For a lot of Star Wars moviegoers who hated the prequels, this show singlehandedly redeemed those movies in their eyes. Heck, I’ve seen that happen with my own eyes! Dave Filoni, one of the major showrunners and writers of TCW also worked on the first season of Avatar: The Last Airbender, so in a way The Clone Wars is like the older sibling to The Dragon Prince! The entire series is now on Disney Plus, and those final scenes will GET YOU. Look up a viewing guide, however, since the episodes aren’t all in order!
And after that, check out Star Wars Rebels. It’s not my favorite, but you learn to love it. Rebels wraps up a few loose threads left by The Clone Wars in satisfying ways (most of the time), and there’s a LOT of speculation and rumors involving a sequel showing coming either later this year or next year, and there seems to be a direct tie-in to The Mandalorian Season 2. And then after you finish Rebels, I recommend checking out The Mandalorian. It’s overall some of the best Star Wars we’ve received in a while (only beaten by the final four episodes of The Clone Wars) and Season 2 is looking to have some fun ties back to The Clone Wars and Rebels. So I’d say watch The Clone Wars, then go to Rebels, and finish with The Mandalorian.
Trollhunters and the sequel series 3Below on Netflix are very high quality cartoons. They’re colorful, fun, and capture the spirit of the old dual-life cartoons that aired back in the day (Codename: Kids Next Door, American Dragon Jake Long, Kim Possible, etc). I find these to be good “for all ages” cartoons – they cover serious topics like single parent households, racism and immigration, otherness, and mentorship, but still have time for silly plots (and an occasional fart joke). A third and I believe the final series titled Wizards: Tales of Arcadia should be coming out some time this year.
Lastly for families who have Netflix and need something to watch with the kids, I have an…out-there recommendation. Imagine a world that has ended. All that’s left is an arid desert and the lone warriors who brave it alone in their metal monstrosities. Imagine one man, who lost everything and is searching for a way to find it all again…assuming he can remember it. Imagine, POWER RANGERS RPM. Set after an A.I. virus has created a robot army and reduced the world down to a single city, the Power Rangers stand as the last line of defense for humanity.
Power Rangers RPM is quite possibly the single best season of Power Rangers ever created. The acting is stellar (for Power Rangers that is), the characters are quirky but full of depth and charm, the world is unique, and every one of the Power Rangers tropes exists for a reason (the episode titled Ranger Blue is a gem of an episode). The best part about all of this is that I’m not blinded by nostalgia when I say all of this: I was only partially interested in Mystic Force, and by Jungle Fury I stopped watching Power Rangers altogether because I had effectively aged out and found other shows I was more interested in. I didn’t watch RPM until college, when, on a whim, I looked up the top Ranger seasons and this was near the top of every list. (Linkara’s History of Power Rangers helped as well.) So yeah, I watched this show as a young man, nearly half a decade after it originally aired, and it STILL held up.
Okay, so what does this season offer for TDP fans? This show offers a ton of references and meta-commentary that memers will LOVE. If you think you spotted a reference to another movie, TV show, or anime, then it was done on purpose. RPM offers mystery, heartbreak, and fun all wrapped up into a standalone season with no obligation to watch any other Power Rangers season (although I do include recommendations below). This show has smart storytelling, so it’s enough to keep kids and parents engaged. In many ways RPM is the opposite of TDP: it’s live action, mostly takes place in one location, is sci-fi instead of fantasy, the youngest character is the mentor, the humanity has already lost the war, and RPM ultimately doesn’t preach about the values of understanding the enemy because this isn’t an enemy one can understand. No, this show teaches us how to be human, and how we can all change, grow, make mistakes, and learn from them. To quote the series proper, “we all make mistakes…but if we don’t learn from them, we pay twice.”
The only things the series is missing are the Psycho Rangers, but that’s fine.
Now, if you liked RPM and are curious about other seasons of Power Rangers, my top list is: In Space, Lost Galaxy, Lightspeed Rescue, Time Force, Ninja Storm, Dino Thunder, SPD (my former favorite, until RPM took it over – like RPM, SPD actually still holds up in a lot of ways), and finally Dino Charge (and Super Dino Charge; these two aren’t really up to par with the rest of the list in terms of narrative, but they’re fun and I think young children would enjoy them). These seasons offer the strongest narrative arcs and characterization, and are the best of the best. They are dated, so you’ve been warned - Beast Morphers is the latest season and is a solid choice as well, if the dated graphics, technology, and tropes are too much for you and/or whoever you watch this with. And whatever you do, SKIP OPERATION OVERDRIVE, SAMURAI, SUPER SAMURAI, MEGAFORCE, AND SUPER MEGAFORCE.
For fantasy anime, if you haven’t watched Full Metal Alchemist: Brotherhood, GET ON IT. Now after you’ve done that, you can come back and watch other fantasy anime like Log Horizon and Konosuba. Both are in the Isekai (aka the “I’m stuck in a different world, and it's usually a videogame one”) genre, but Log Horizon treats this problem differently than other videogames. Log Horizon, instead of focusing on just getting out of the game – or how to make a harem inside the game – thinks about the real-life problems that would arise while being stuck in the game itself (NPC’s, food, money and economy). It’s only two seasons long, so while the show may end of a cliff-hanger never to be continued, the journey is worth the destination.
Konosuba also goes in a completely different direction. It’s comedy. Lewd, weird comedy.
My Hero Academia is also worth checking out. There’s action, humor, character development, and one of the best redemption arcs in media currently in the process within this anime/manga (fans of Zuko will love Todoroki (aka Icy-Hot aka Half-and-Half) and may even come to appreciate Endeavor as a character). The fourth season has finished airing the Sub, and unfortunately the Dub is delayed. But the show is still 100% worth watching, and from there you can read the manga!
Digimon Tamers is another “kid-focused” choice. I’ve heard it described as the Neon Genesis Evangelion of digimon/kids’ –mon shows. After reflecting on that and re-watching the show, that statement is pretty accurate in a lot of ways (with a not-too-small amount of The Matrix thrown in as well). This series is tad strange. It doesn’t start with the main characters going to the digital world. Instead, the events of the past two seasons are actually a kids’ show and the card game is based on said shows…just like in our world. The main character, Takato, is a HUGE fan of digimon and even created his own digimon. On day, he finds a Digivice and a mysterious blue card. The card brings his fan-creation, a red dinosaur-based digimon named Guilmon, to life. But that’s not the only digimon arriving on our earth, and the rest are far from friendly. It’s up to Takato and his allies Henry and Rika to save the city. …unfortunately, they’re not the only group monitoring the situation…
Digimon Tamers starts out as your regular Saturday Morning Cartoon anime, villains of the week and all…and then the mythic arc begins, and then things CHANGE and the show turns into a fight against an eldritch horror.
I just finished re-watching this to see if I should recommend it, and it passes the test! The voice acting may be a tad off at the time but it does grow on you. The animation is over 15 years old at this point, so it’s a bit…stilted at times, but the digi-modify sequences – barring the CGI digi-volutions – are phenomenal; the scanner sequences really show off the trainers’ personality (Henry’s is flashy and technical, showing how he likes to think outside the box; Rika’s is pragmatic and functional with no flourishes, reflecting her no-nonsense attitude; and Takato’s holds an arc as he looks at the card he chose, reflecting his inexperience in all of this). Jeri shares her Swipe sequence with Takato, showing the same qualities; Suzie’s swipe is hilariously creepy and is only used once; and Ryo skips the sequence altogether as a sign of his experience
Like The Dragon Prince, the relationship between children and adults isn’t always a straightforward one. Sometimes the kids are right, other times not so much. Sometimes the adults are helpful, other times…well, y’all get the point.
Digimon Tamers IS primarily aimed at kids, with the first arc being pretty procedural and episodic. But at the end of the day, for any of you who have children, this may be a good show may be a good place to start transitioning to more narrative-focused anime since it’s more mature than what most kids’ anime offer without the language or blood that some others may have. I’d recommend watching a few episodes every few days at the most because there’s a built-in recap to every episode.
Keep in mind the atmosphere of the show as well, though, since the darker themes may scare younger viewers (episode 34 until the end), but elementary school aged children have and will handle this show a LOT better than kindergarteners. The show is currently on Hulu after leaving Netflix.
Lastly, RYO WAS ADDED DUE TO CROSSOVER PROMOTION AND EXECUTIVE MEDDLING. As a kid I LOVED him; as an adult I needed that fact so I wouldn’t throw my hands up in annoyance all the time.
For YouTube channels, might I recommend Critical Role? I haven’t fully started watching myself, but it’s popular enough to gain the respect it has, so it might be worth checking out. And there’s a GIANT backlog of episodes to work through to keep one busy until Season 4 of The Dragon Prince drops.
There’s also Chuggaaconroy. He’s a Let’s Player – a person who ideally plays a videogame alongside their audience, in order to shepherd them through the game. LPer’s are like real life guidebooks! His catalogue consists mostly of Nintendo games, so be warned of that, but if you’re curious about a game and want to see if it’s worth buying – or you just like watching people play games – then give him a try! And if you like him, you HAVE to watch MasaeAnela. She’s both a personal friend of Chugga as well as his female counterpart in a lot of ways.
For comics, definitely check out Amulet. It’s the story of two siblings who must face a world without their father after a tragic accident, and now confront their family’s legacy in a new, magical world if they ever want to go home. While it’s very popular with kids – so if you have any this could be a nice readalong sort of comic – it’s one of those forms of media that’s for all ages.
There’s also Princeless. This is the story of Princess Adrienne, a young woman who was put in a dragon-guarded castle by her father, who promised whoever defeated the dragon and saved his daughter would be the next king of the kingdom. Adrienne decides this is stupid and proceeds to break out of her castle with the help of her pet dragon and goes on to rescue her other sisters by herself.
I haven’t read past the first volume, but this series had me hooked by the first page. Even as a child, Adrienne refused to accept her role in life, and now she’s actively creating her own. It’s colorful, frantic, and fully of fun.
So yeah, I hope this helps someone who was wondering what to do with themselves while waiting for Season 4, and feel free to add your own suggestions below!!
So, TL;DR, my recommendation list:
Games – Fire Emblem (Three Houses, Awakening, Echoes, 7), Horizon: Zero Dawn, God of War,* Persona 5 (and/or Royal)**
Books – Brandon Sanderson’s works (Skyward, Mistborn, The Way of Kings), The Rage of Dragons
Cartoons – Avatar: The Last Airbender, Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Star Wars Rebels, Tales of Arcadia (Trollhunters & 3Below)
Live Action – The Mandalorian, Power Rangers RPM (for families mostly)
Anime – Full Metal Alchemist: Brotherhood, Log Horizon, Konosuba, My Hero Academia, Digimon Tamers (for families mostly)
Comics – Amulet and Princeless
*Be careful of the extreme violence
**If you like certain aspects of Fire Emblem: Three Houses, and/or you don’t mind modern fantasy.
Extra noted content not discussed: Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir, Xenoblade Chronicles, Pokemon (Sun/Moon & Heart Gold/Soul Silver), The Wheel of Time, and Naruto.
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Round 4: Randomly chosen song from Guitar Hero 2.
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