Ahoy Captain Cats here and today we are going to review the latest adult animated series from Netflix and this time its Q-Force.
The series is about secret agent Steve “Mary” Maryweather who comes out of the closet as being gay and is transferred to West Hollywood and spent the next 10 years doing nothing until he just had to make a move with his team, Queer Force (Q-Force from here on out.) From here on out in the ten episodes we see Steve and his team of Stat, a hacker, Twink, a master of drag disguises, Deb, a skilled mechanic and the voice of reasoning in the group and Buck, Steve bully, and the team head officer due to his years of experience, doing what spies do best and more.
The animation here is not bad, sometimes it’s very great while other times it looks off. The writing can be a hit and miss from time to time but when it hits, it hits. The main strong point I can say with Q-Force is the cast and they did a great job bringing the characters to life and here is the list of who is who in the series:
- Sean Hayes as Steven Maryweather
- Gary Cole as Director Dirk Chunley
- David Harbour as Agent Rick Buck
- Patti Harrison as Stat
- Laurie Metcalf as V
- Matt Rogers as Twink
- Wanda Sykes as Deb
- Gabe Liedman as Benji
- Stephanie Beatriz as Mair Popadopolous
To sum up, Q-Force is like if James Bond was gay, throw him into the world of Archer, but misses the mark half the time. While it isn’t the best in the world, the voice acting and its over-the-top funny moments do make up for its shortcomings but it’s worth a watch. Q-Force is on Netflix right now and it’s best not to watch with the kids around.