• Shaun Stackhouse

Cobra Kai Season 3 Review.

Let me start off by saying that, Cobra Kai season 1 and 2 were absolutely amazing. In our current reboot culture, this show should be required viewing to learn how to do a reboot/continuation correctly. The legacy characters were true to themselves, Johnny was a relic of the 1980's, and that was exciting and refreshing to see. At the end of season 2, we saw Kreese steal the dojo right from under Johnny, who had started Cobra Kai 2.0. Season 3 explores a backstory for Kreese, which might help a few people better relate to his character. MAYBE. Under Cobra Kai's original sensei, the students of Miyagi-Do are under attack at school, and even at home. This is "No Mercy" on steroids. Things start to change for the better after an encounter between Daniel, Johnny and former flame Ali Mills. Towards the end of the season, it's reasonable to assume that Daniel and Johnny will join forces to put an end to Kreese's version of Cobra Kai once and for all in the All Valley Karate Tournament which looks to be a big plot point in season 4. Season 3 suffers from too much downtime, and isn't quite as good as the first two seasons, but it isn't bad. If you are a fan of The Karate Kid franchise, or even Cobra Kai, I highly recommend checking it out. Cobra Kai season 3 is available now on Netflix. What did you think of season 3? Sound off below!


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