I don't think it was an over-glorification so much as providing the readers an interesting read. Yeah, the author could have used the other villains, but I think the main point about this article was to point out how ridiculous the new teams are, in that their plans are always almost destroying the world.Alright then, I'm sorry about not being accurate on a detail, but still it doesn't really mean you could ignore the rest of the post because of it >_>
I'm just kinda tired of the glorifying of Team Rocket in general. Aside from being the first villains of the series, what makes them so super amazing?
It's obviously not Giovanni who wrote this (aside from the fact he's dead).
The real Giovanni would know what Team Plasma's goals were, since Team Plasma likes to shout them to the world. This is an impostor. I blame Petrel.
Exactly. So I don't see what the problem is here... to be honest, this type of article is a nice break from all the hectic news rushes 'n stuff from the past week. That's at least how I look at it anyways...:-/The writing style PH used in this one is called "Perspective", or "Narrative"; it's a legitimate writing style.
Like some, including PH himself in his article, pointed out, all the available info out there on Team Plasma is only how they look like. Instead of posting an analysis on such an incomplete piece of info, he added some bits of comparison to previous Teams and made it a sizable piece of text. Basically, he rewrote the sentence "Not enough information" into a point-of-view letter by a character who normally won't be involved in the said topic. Call it out-of-character if one wills; it's certainly something unexpected. That's not bad a trait at all, for somebody who's writing regularly for a column.