“Percy Jackson will slap”: Racist Trolls Run Back to Their Caves as Show Scores 97% Rotten Tomatoes Rating

The highly expected Percy Jackson and the Olympians gets a 97% Rotten Tomatoes rating and fans are going crazy over it.

Racist Trolls Run Back to Their Caves as Show Scores 97% Rotten Tomatoes Rating

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  • Percy Jackson and the Olympians gets a 97% Rotten Tomatoes rating but there are both positive and negative reviews for the show.
  • The character made a comeback onto the big stage after a decade and seems to have scored big with a majority of fans.
  • Percy Jackson and the Olympians have gained a huge fan following on social media and fans are already asking for more.
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The highly expected Percy Jackson and the Olympians series has landed on Disney+, and its critical blowout is hotter than a dragon’s breath. The demigod appears to have finally taken over the screen, as seen by its 97% Rotten Tomatoes rating, leaving the trolls crying in their digital caves. But there are still many who have trolled the show after making a comeback on the big stage after more than a decade.

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Positive feedback for the 2023 series has been overwhelming. Both fans and critics are praising the show, praising it for being an exciting and authentic translation of the well-loved Rick Riordan book series. Many praise the show for its dedication to Riordan’s characters and world-building. The quirky humor, charming friendships, and exciting adventures that made the books so well-liked are all seized in the series.

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Percy Jackson & The Olympians
Percy Jackson & The Olympians

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Trolls vs. Demigods: The Battle for Percy Jackson’s Soul

While Percy Jackson and the Olympians may boast a stellar 97% Rotten Tomatoes rating, it hasn’t escaped online criticism and even trolling. The show may have deviated too far from the treasured pages for many fans of the well-known book series, leading to complaints and outspoken criticism. Additionally, not everyone embraces fantasy or young adult flicks, and those outside these groups might be quicker to voice their dislike, regardless of critical acclaim.

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Despite the trolls, the show received a 97% rating from critics who complimented it for its amazing visuals, exciting action scenes, and compelling acting. Despite the negative reviews that have been posted online, many book lovers found the film entertaining and appreciated the efforts made to bring Percy Jackson’s world to life on screen after it had been off the big screen for more than ten years.

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Percy Jackson in Percy Jackson & The Olympians
Percy Jackson in Percy Jackson & The Olympians

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Readers of the books have enjoyed the series as well, like how it stays true to the main plot while adding fresh details. With its first season completed, the series leaves viewers eager for more. The season’s finale, which leaves viewers hanging, paves the way for even more spectacular adventures in which Percy Jackson and his friends must overcome even more obstacles to save the planet from mythical threats and Olympian wrath.

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A Lightning-Charged Return: Percy Jackson and the Olympians Soar on Disney+

The TV series Percy Jackson and the Olympians takes us back to the thrilling world of demigods in a reimagined, live-action adaptation of Rick Riordan’s popular book series. This time, we follow the exploits of 12-year-old Jackson, who learns he is the Greek deity Poseidon’s son. Following the series, Jackson is mistakenly accused of stealing Zeus’s master bolt, he embarks on an exciting new journey.

A still from Percy Jackson and the Olympians
A still from Percy Jackson and the Olympians

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The presentation updates the well-known tale for a contemporary audience while providing a novel perspective on it. The heterogeneous makeup of the group symbolizes the diversity of America, and the themes of friendship, identity, and bravery still have a strong hold on modern audiences. Critics have given it mostly excellent reviews, praising its action-packed scenes, compelling acting, and fidelity to the original material.

Rajdeep Majumder

Written by Rajdeep Majumder

Rajdeep Majumder, Content Writer

On top of all things music and pop culture, Rajdeep has a vested interest in the world of film and television. As a dedicated writer, he stays informed about the day-to-day happenings in Hollywood as well as the world of manga. Currently, Rajdeep has accumulated more than 600 published articles on FandomWire under his byline. Looking ahead, he can envision himself leaving a mark in the highly competitive and rapidly evolving world of entertainment journalism.