Note: This post contains spoilers on Eureka Seven AO and Eureka Seven. If you have not seen both of them, avoid this post.
It is okay if a sequel wants to be different from the original series.
It can have a different story, different characters or different themes.
But it should not go against everything the original series stood for, completely disregarding its message, unless there is a good reason for it.
This was the final straw for Eureka Seven AO.
In every other post I have pointed out what Eureka Seven AO did wrong on its own.
Now let me tell how you it completely ruined the ending Eureka Seven. Continue reading