Recently, I saw an interview with Graig McCracken regarding the success of his series "Wander Over Yonder", which he mostly attributed the strength to his characters more so than plots. I found this interesting because alot of series, movies or cartoons i fell in love growing up that werent much driven in terms of story but relied on the charisma of its main characters. For example, in horror, I've always been a tremendous fan boy for Freddy Krueger. To its most terrifying and corny stories...Aslong as this character appeared i was content as could be... Same reason i believe most tolerated the on screen version of Stephen King's "IT" was because of the terrific performance of Tim Curry as Pennywise... Now of course there are cases where the plot was the strength as opposed to the characters...And if both are equally strong the better... But i believe this can be a good discussion as if you were to focus more on character or plot. Which side would you be on??