As I've been taking a mostly random look around Kim Possible examining the things that I can use in my stories and thinking of what I can do differently, I've been thinking that I could post about it episode by episode. It would be much faster than what I was doing with .hack (which I need to get back to), but still slow enough that I wouldn't just gloss over things because there are so many episodes (plus the two movies and maybe I could do some of the games.)
If it were popular there's even secondary media I could look at after finishing the series (the above mentioned games, a couple of short features in some magazines, choose your own adventure books ... Disney really knows how to squeeze every last drop out of a franchise.)
But before I get into what I might do after I finished (which is unlikely, .hack and Deus Ex have been stalled out for ages) there's an important question to be addressed: Should I even start?
There's no expense involved, the episodes are all available (getting ad revenue for streaming video is one of the ways to get profits out of a show almost a decade old) it's just a question of time and interest.
It would take more time, but it would also make the time I'm already using to look through episodes for fan fiction reasons more useful as it would go toward multiple projects. I don't think that would be the problem.
The real problem is, would anyone be interested in it? The thing is, Kim Possible has a lot going for it, sometimes it even unexpectedly does the sort of thing you'd do (Packbat mistook a joke from the show for my own because there's a similarity there) which can feel really cool, but it's honestly more likable for what it tries to be than what it actually is.
It's a show by adults about teenagers, that's always a risk. It's a show by men about a strong girl character. The choice of "men" and "girl" was deliberate. Adult men trying to portray a teenage girl. It's a show where, unless it's a lesson episode, we're expected to agree with the main character even though she's often wrong.
Taking a critical eye to Kim Possible would be harsh and I don't imagine many of the fans of the show would like that all that much. At the same time why would people not interested in Kim Possible be interested in an episode by episode breakdown?
So, I ask again, offset in its own paragraph:
Would you be interested in me doing an episode by episode look at Kim Possible?
I know a lot of people don't comment, but I could seriously use input on this.