The evolution of Evolume is a story about two people living in different worlds.
One is a human, and the other is a reptile.
The first shows a person with a small head, a short tail, and a big mouth, while the second shows a human with a large head, large tail, long legs, and no tail.
When the characters are paired up, the human has an advantage, while his or her opponent has a disadvantage.
The human can take on the reptile, while they have to fight the other creature, but when they’re paired up again, the humanoid wins.
“The human is the strongest of the two, and can win a fight with the reptilian,” said Rebecca Einhorn, the show’s creator and executive producer.
“So when it comes to survival, the best way to beat a human is to beat the reptilians.
And that’s the theme of this show.”
The show is not entirely unique, Einhart said, and she said she and the show creators have been trying to find a way to bring a different spin on the traditional animal versus human battle.
The show’s premise is to explore the evolution of the human and reptile characters, as well as the challenges they face in a world where they have no friends.
“Evo’s premise, as you can imagine, is a lot different from traditional animal vs. human, so there are a lot of elements that are completely new,” she said.
“There’s a lot more of a story of survival, and it’s a little bit darker, a little more mature.
It’s a show that’s been on the air for a long time.
We wanted to take it back to basics.”
Einhorn said that the show will explore themes of love, war, and love and hate, as it deals with issues of racial and gender equality.
The goal is to keep viewers on their toes.
“This show is about what it’s like to be a human in this strange world,” Einhard said.