Short answer? Yes. But I think it's fair for me to explain myself. To elaborate, every genre has its hardline lovers and haters; where the former will only tune into something of a particular genre and the latter who will tune out for that same reason. For niche genres like sci-fi, fantasy and comic book superheros, that ratio is heavily weighted towards the latter group. As such, such shows (and movies, and books, and musicals, etc) must work that much harder to overcome the stigma and to be taken seriously. A relevant example that comes to mind was The Cape, which while not based on an actual comic book superhero, modeled itself in that vein. On the surface, the show was not particularly terrible - especially when compared to television shows in general - yet people were mocking its premise from the word go and refused to give the show a chance due to its comic book superhero aesthetic. In short, there wasn't enough else there to make up for the fact that it was a "comic book superhero" type show. You know... lightning is one of those powers that sound better on paper than in practice. Lots of shows have done it before. And every time, it's never as earth shatteringly awesome as it thinks itself to be. The difference I'm talking about is not just physical but mental. The mental difference between a young child and a full adult is a lot more night and day compared to a teen and adult. Actually, no. I can honestly say that I literally rolled my eyes as I read the description. And I like magic, fantasy and comic book superheroes. Specifically it's the parts where it went "... until one day I met the wizard", "... magic was returning to the world and that many would come to steal it" and "To stop these threats, he blessed me with incredible power...". Those are the kinds of details that would work great in cartoons or media aimed primarily at children without also trying to target adults. Taken at face value, there's absolutely nothing in that description/premise/summary that would appeal to a general adult audience.