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Friday, June 30, 2023

Fans believe Nimona is genderfluid following release of the animation on Netflix

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Fans believe Nimona is genderfluid following release of the animation on Netflix.

It’s been a bumpy road for Nimona, the latest Netflix release, but it’s all been worth it: the adaptation of ND Stevenson’s award-winning graphic novel is a beautiful, delightful and trailblazing animated movie, and the streamer’s best release of the year so far.

Beyond its striking animation and its hilarious sense of humour, one of the most impressive aspects of the movie is its rich and diverse representation of the LGBTQ+ community, both explicitly and allegorically.

Even in a medieval-science-fantasy world where sword-fighting collides with futuristic technology, the story is painfully relevant. Directors Nick Bruno and Troy Quane (Spies in Disguise) made sure to maintain the disruptiveness and rebellious spirit of the original material, while making a testament against intolerance and the fear of otherness.

When the animated movie Nimona arrives on Netflix on June 30, fans of the original webcomic Nimona and the graphic novel that collects it will immediately notice massive changes to the story. The style of humor has changed radically, even with some of the specific gags preserved. The movie’s retro-futurist world — a blend of sci-fi technology and medieval culture — is somewhat like the book’s, but it has much more structure and history, with more emphasis on the ruling class. The second protagonist, whose name has changed tellingly from Ballister Blackheart to Ballister Boldheart, is a much softer and more helpless character in the movie, and his story is massively different.

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