X-Men Red #4 or ‘3 Part Life and Death Discussion’

In this review of X-Men Red #4, the intergalactic backlash of last week’s X-Men is felt with a high-profile murder and whether or not it’s ethical for Krakoa to bring them back. So much to unpack. We get three different stories and it’s just a lot to unpack. I love it.http://https://youtu.be/wdWBnFijuZk

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X-Force #29 or ‘Kid Omega is Right’

In this review of X-Force part 3 of the Cerebrax arc, X-Force gets some major backup after Wolverine is literally bent out of shape and they call in The Omegas! Ben Percy has really changed my opinion with this arc with the scary movie vibes and how it feels more focused and different it is in tone from Wolverine.http://https://youtu.be/qejwxCqXJWg

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The Splendid Seven Survey

Which content focused on The Splendid Seven consisting of Sesshoumaru, Shuran, Inuyasha, Hakkaku, Ginta, Ayame, and Shunran do you want to see more of? A. Mighty Morphin Inurangers B. Jungle Warlords C. Iron Fist Tournament D. Sensei Jason and The Black Belt Crew E. The Splendid Seven’s Childhood F. The Feudal Justice League G. Olympian Mythic Warriors  

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Tabletop Reviews – New York Zoo

I love Animals, I love Board Games, I love Board Games about Animals, New York Zoo is such a game and it is polyomino at that (Because of the shapes that it uses it is called a polyomino game) Although recording didn’t turned out quit like i wanted i still got a good and interesting result, with some weird, but intertaining cuts, as Bob Ross would have said, happy little accidents. And a little announcement, i might be ready to air a new series this month, just need to put the finishing touches on it and get e new chanel trailer ready and friday the 8th of July it will air, a new series called, Foodaholic, not replacing 5 Simple Drinks, both series will come out every other friday from each other and 5 Simple Drinks might be renamed Simple Drinks, it is hard coming up with 5 drinks everytime, i usually have 3 or 4 and force a 5th out my brain, i feel no reason to do that. But enjoy todays episode of Tabletop Reviews

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Black American Sitcom Patriarch of the 80s and 90s Survey

Which of these Black American sitcom patriarchs of the 80s to the 90s do you admire the most to the point where you would consider him to be not only America’s Greatest Dad but your greatest role model ever? A. Philip “Uncle Phil” Banks (The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air) B. Officer Carl Winslow (Family Matters) C. Dr. Heathcliff “Cliff” Huxtable (The Cosby Show)

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