Somehow, it fell off my radar and all I could recall was that a bunch of racists complained that Johnny Storm was played by Michael B. Jordan. Personally, I thought he did a great job and feel like this was a fun re-imagining of the origin story of Stan Lee and Jack Kirby's first super-group.
Speaking of super-groups, get a load of this one:
Depending on which cartoon or movie we've watched most recently he changes which hero he is fairly frequently.
He's also pretty sure he's a prince, the girls are princesses and Danielle and I are the king and the queen. While I understand the problematic nature of a lot of myths perpetuated by media, it is quite difficult to deny him these interpretations.
I overheard a conversation where he was explaining our powers and Danielle explained to him that I was like Professor X, and while I was waiting to hear if that meant I had the ability to read minds, she said "he can recognize our powers and help us to learn to use them." Nice!
Well, of my Fantastic Four, she's clearly the Wonder Woman. Some sort of elite feminine warrior goddess with the power to bring healing to some of the most critically wounded and comfort to those beyond repair.
Obviously the real brains of the operation, and the beauty, too. Total package. Diana of Themyscira, meet Danielle of Rootopia!
Epic levels of charm and charisma.
Heroic doses of creativity and imagination. They're artists, musicians, writers, storytellers, dancers, gamers, dreamers and don't even get me started on strength and resilience.
Check. Check. Check.