Which is appropriate, because he's gonna end up as a flaming skeleton if he ever points that thing the wrong way.
Zorro then rolls around to use a bulletproof cape as a shield, deftly skirting the whole "I'm fighting futuristic machine gun criminals with a sword" issue. We should now point out that 40 seconds into this 60-second headscratcher is when we finally get a glimpse of Zorro doing some sword work ... for less than a second. About five seconds later, we get a closer look at Zorro's new future-sword, and holy shit, he's a Sith.
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Someone tell Disney's lawyers about this, quick.
Of course, this travesty completely misses the point of the character. Zorro was cool because he needed nothing more than a sword, a hat, and a length of black tablecloth to combat real-world injustice. This is some rich daddy's boy using hi-tech gadgets to beat up mentally unbalanced people. Batman is the one who's supposed to be a Zorro ripoff, not the other way around. However, in Zorro: Generation Z's defense, the theme song is bitchin'.