Omega X, on 17 May 2012 - 07:10 AM, said:
After serious reconsideration, I've decided to stop commenting on the summer sets. Perhaps I'm just influenced by my 'first look'. After some time, maybe I will change my mind about the summer sets! (I rather doubt it)
Any way, let's discuss on another more interesting topic-the soundtrack of the TV show. Every 'movie' needs a good soundtrack to 'bond' all the climatic moments in the movie. Since the second season of Ninjago TV show has just finished, with a third series rumored to be produced, we can now conclude on the themes of the different characters or scenes.
Before revealing my own thoughts, I would like the Eurobricks community to post what they think is the best soundtrack and what they think is the soundtrack/themes of the characters(including the Serpentine)
P.S. They could have more than one soundtrack
I'd say some of the best music in the series made its debut in Episode 7 "Tick Tock". First we had the Falcon's brilliant theme music
in full for the first time (a lighter, less epic version of it had played in Episode 2 "Home" when it first appeared). This is followed by Iron Man
, a piece I don't have any special fondness for, but as Zane discovers his past we get the somber piece A Memoryu Switch
(made all the more heartfelt by the visuals and voice acting during this scene) and finally the mind-blowingly epic Zane's True Potential
Very few main characters in the show have gotten really obvious theme music of their own. Pythor and the Serpentine have a sort of a theme music that tends to play during their scenes, Ed & Edna have their perky jingle (a slower, more tender version of which plays towards the end of the finale in the track Garmadon Bites Back
), and Nya (as Samurai X) has a powerful theme which is perhaps at its most epic in Episode 6 "The Snake King" as part of the track The Main Event
. Even the Falcon has a nice theme, as mentioned above. But I've had a hard time identifying any specific theme music for the four main characters, as the music in their scenes tends to be chosen based on the mood of the scene rather than based on what character it focuses on.
Not sure if this is the question you were asking. If you wanted to know non-Ninjago songs that I felt suited the characters, I can't really think of any off the top of my head.