In this roundtable of the (all four of us!) AKPC, we discuss the week in X-Books(The finale of X-Terminators, the halfway point of Sabretooth & The Exiles and the beginning of Sins of Sinister), we get everyone excited and the theories are pouring.http://https://youtu.be/8XFLAKdP8Fc
In this review of Sabretooth and The Exiles, we see the artist go off and see some freaky astral plane visuals and some nice callbacks that were cool to see. Toad is Righthttp://https://youtu.be/E9PkQDBu7tM
In this review of X-Terminators, the rollercoaster that is disguised as a book has reached its end! How does it fare up? Is Leah Williams good when she is unleashed? Check it out! http://https://youtu.be/2YSinuPHHM4
In the debut of the new(something to get excited about) event titled ‘Sins of Sinister’. So much to unpack that I forgot to mention! Storm is really smart.http://https://youtu.be/f8coo7znEVo
In this edition of Choppin It Up, I bring in X-fan Michael Ryan and we get into it. All things X-Menhttp://https://youtu.be/tK5p3srQtQ8
In this roundtable, I am joined by Cory and Sterling Silver and we discuss the X-Books from the last couple of weeks(X-Men #18, Immortal X-Men #10, X-Force #36, Wolverine #29 and X-men Red #10) and Silver says something so wild it had to be the title.
http://https://youtu.be/mPo0JTBAA2EIn this review of Immortal X-Men, we get into the mind of the most powerful telepath Charles Xavier and it’s not cuz he’s the most powerful Omega but he’s the best at what he does. He don’t play.
move over, phil marlow. take a hike, sam spade. these girls have you beat… part 1: https://www.bitchute.com/video/E9vDZNj2ClA3/ part 2: https://www.bitchute.com/video/EEnjDUO7MSHh/
Hey, everybody. Antoni here. I have just hit a new DeviantArt milestone, as I have reached exactly 800 watchers. Since I hit this number of watchers, I thought it would be nice to put forty of my favorite art pieces on display for all of you, wonderful people, as 800 is also divisible by that number. If you know me, I enjoy going further than the norm. I am very grateful to all of you who have embarked on this exciting journey with me on DeviantArt. While there have been bumps and turbulence along the way, I am very glad to have gotten to know you and express the things I enjoy and am passionate about through my artwork. Whether it is The Splendid Seven being a powerful yet loving septet of Yokai warriors, especially with my number one beloved OTP of all time Inuyasha x Ayame leading the helm with their strength, sexiness, sinuousness, and superbness as well as their wonderful family, The Animated Jungle Brothers, The Comic Jungle Brothers or RobRae’s and Zutara’s Double Dates, I always feel inspired and motivated to create content for all of you. So, to all of my 800 wonderful DeviantArt watchers, please give yourselves a round of applause for being absolutely awesome. The Splendid Seven may have started with my undying devotion and love to Inuyasha and Ayame as my number one OTP of all time to the point where I drew their fan-children and built on their unfailing strength as a powerful family. In fact, I made Inuyasha and Ayame have a total of fourteen children, consisting of seven muscular sons named Masataka, Masaya, Masaru, Kenta, Keita, Kazuhiko, and Kaito and seven fierce daughters named Kiriko, Momoko, Makoto, Mikoto, Maya, Minako, and Meika, who I hope to draw a lot more of. Nevertheless, adding in Sesshoumaru, Shuran, Hakkaku, Ginta, and Shunran proved to be a fun and interesting endeavor because of how superbly their individual strengths as combatants can transform into formidable collectivity against enemies more powerful and more vicious than them. Even as I continue to adorate Inuyasha x Ayame as my number one OTP of all time because of how Inuyasha’s magnificent muscles complement Ayame’s formidable fierceness, thus making them a super strong and stunningly sexy couple, I can never neglect Sesshoumaru’s and Inuyasha’s virile manliness as a duo of strong brothers, Shuran’s, Hakkaku’s, and Ginta’s terrific chemistry as a trio of best brothers, Ayame’s and Shunran’s fabulous flexibility as a duo of gorgeous sisters, Sesshoumaru’s and Shuran’s fortitude as great comrades, Inuyasha’s equally strong brotherhood with Hakkaku and Ginta, and even Hakkaku’s and Ginta’s adorable lovability with Shunran. The best ideas I have made for The Splendid Seven were having them be the Mighty Morphin Inurangers in their teen years, thus donning the Power Rangers signature suits and fighting against Naraku’s monsters and demons doing so, and be involved in martial arts tournaments akin to UFC, Pride FC, Tekken, Street Fighter, and many other fighting video games as well as martial arts tournament events I could barely name off the top of my head as they reach adulthood. The latter idea of having Sesshoumaru, Shuran, Inuyasha, Hakkaku, Ginta, Ayame, and Shunran involved in martial arts tournaments is one I continue to have the most fun with because of the various martial arts I chose for each Yokai warrior, with Sesshoumaru having Mixed Martial Arts, Shuran having Professional Wrestling, Inuyasha having Pankration, Hakkaku having Muay Boran, Ginta having Lethwei, Ayame having Taekwondo, and Shunran having Shaolin Kung Fu, as well as the spectacle of having seven Yokai martial artists unite, use their amazing strength as well as infallible combat prowess, fight against more powerful opponents, and win the acclaim of the audience while being honorable martial artists. Even better is when these seven martial artists train with the fighting game mentors that I have provided them with and even spar with the Saban-Era Power Rangers who I have chosen them to be their best friends for life as well as closest sparring partners, with Tommy Oliver, Jason Lee Scott, Eric Myers, Rocky DeSantos, Adam Park, Taylor Earhardt, and Jen Scotts being top of mind as the best people the Splendid Seven would consider as their best friends and greatest people they have had the chance to train with. My love for Sesshoumaru, Shuran, Inuyasha, Hakkaku, Ginta, Ayame, and Shunran uniting as The Splendid Seven will never fail, and it will last for an eternity. George of the Jungle, Basuli, Tarzan, and Maugli uniting as a quartet of super strong, magnificently muscular, laudably lovable, and ferociously fierce jungle brothers will always leave me elated and inspired. There is always something phenomenal about having four muscular and powerful jungle warrior brothers being raised superbly by their father Chief Keewazi, who has seen his four precious sons grow from rambunctious boys to tough adolescent young men to the fierce warrior kings they have become. Since they also have Mufasa, Simba, and Kaj by their side as part of the family, given their strong affiliation with lions and leopards, it also makes sense for George, Basuli, Tarzan, and Maugli to use their muscles, fists, feet, claws, fangs, combat prowess, and animal ferociousness to overcome their enemies as well as be the feral hunters that they are. The brothers who truly embrace being feral are, of course, Basuli and Tarzan who would wrestle and roar at each other butt naked for sparring purposes, hunt naked while using their claws, fangs, muscles, and strength to overcome their prey whether they be antelope, wild boar, deer, or zebra; and smear their prey’s blood all over their buff, nude bodies to scare away poachers and looters by brutally pouncing them. Furthermore, George, Basuli, Tarzan, and Maugli revel in bodybuilding posedowns whether in the nude or in super skimpy g-strings, skinny-dipping in the river, and cuddling with each other like the close brothers that they are all while touching each other’s beautifully bulging muscles. Bulging muscles are not…
Greetings and salutations, fellow aficionados of anime, Power Rangers, Super Sentai, and everything early 1990s to early 2000s, Antoni here. This shall be the very last updated Toonami-era Inurangers teams list that serves as a fictional counterpart to the real-life Saban Era of the Power Rangers from 1993 starting with Mighty Morphin Power Rangers to 2002 ending with Power Rangers Wild Force before moving to Disney, specifically ABC Kids, after Episode 26. My fictionalized Toonami-era Inurangers series would air from August 28, 2000, starting with all three seasons of Mighty Morphin Inurangers to December 31, 2005, ending with Inurangers Wild Force. Where Mighty Morphin Inurangers is concerned, this is going to be the season consisting of decomposite and composite characters for the main seven rangers, as I base them on which real-life counterparts they fit best. So, no Peace Conferences, no International Gymnastics deals, and no unexplained replacements are going to occur. Furthermore, this list is going to be kept to solely seven members per installment, considering that it follows the Super Sentai pattern of different team members per season. After much thinking, reflecting, and re-tweaking, and since Mighty Morphin Power Rangers’ 30th anniversary is gradually then suddenly approaching, I believe I have concocted a finalized Toonami-Era Inurangers line-up that I am most satisfied with and one that I feel makes more sense. I also feel that this line-up is going to be a whole lot more fully realized and legitimate after the countless times I have been updating and re-updating the team line-up for what felt like ages. The same rule applies that the main seven colors of red, green or any other color, white or any other color, black or blue, blue or green, yellow, and pink apply to each ranger team. As to be expected certain characters such as Billy Cranston from Zeo, Adam Park from In Space, Nancy Cooper from Lightspeed Rescue, Alex Drake from Time Force, and even Princess Shayla from Wild Force are going to have their more fictional counterparts more active rangers to thoroughly complete the seven-ranger team line-up for each season. With that said, it is time to morph into action for my final update of the Toonami-era Inurangers teams from Mighty Morphin to Wild Force. Say it with me now, everybody. It’s Morphin’ Time! Shift into Turbo! Let’s rocket! Go galactic! Lightspeed Rescue! Time for Time Force! Wild access! Mighty Morphin Inurangers Seasons 1 to 2 (2000) Inuyasha from Inuyasha the 18-year-old Red Tyrannosaurus Ranger version of Jason Lee Scott and Tommy Oliver voiced by Richard Ian Cox Shuran from Inuyasha the 18-year-old Green Dragonzord Ranger version of Tommy Oliver and Rocky DeSantos voiced by Scott Logie Sesshoumaru from Inuyasha the 19-year-old White Tigerzord Ranger version of Tommy Oliver and Jason Lee Scott voiced by David Kaye Hakkaku from Inuyasha the 17-year-old Black Mastodon Ranger version Zack Taylor and Billy Cranston voiced by Alistair Abell Ginta from Inuyasha the 17-year-old Blue Triceratops Ranger version of Billy Cranston and Adam Park voiced by Paul Dobson Ayame from Inuyasha the 15-year-old Yellow Saber-Toothed Tiger Ranger version of Trini Kwan and Aisha Campbell voiced by Natalie Walters Shunran from Inuyasha the 14-year-old Pink Pterodactyl Ranger version of Kimberly Ann Hart voiced by Jocelyne Loewen Mighty Morphin Inurangers the Movie and Mighty Morphin Inurangers Season 3 (2001) Inuyasha from Inuyasha the 19-year-old Red Tyrannosaurus Ranger version of Jason Lee Scott and Tommy Oliver voiced by Richard Ian Cox Shuran from Inuyasha the 19-year-old Green Dragonzord Ranger version of Tommy Oliver and Rocky DeSantos voiced by Scott Logie Sesshoumaru from Inuyasha the 20-year-old White Tigerzord Ranger version of Tommy Oliver and Jason Lee Scott voiced by David Kaye Hakkaku from Inuyasha the 18-year-old Black Mastodon Ranger version of Zack Taylor and Billy Cranston voiced by Alistair Abell Ginta from Inuyasha the 18-year-old Blue Triceratops Ranger version of Billy Cranston and Adam Park voiced by Paul Dobson Ayame from Inuyasha the 16-year-old Yellow Sabre-Toothed Ranger version of Trini Kwan and Aisha Campbell voiced by Natalie Walters Shunran from Inuyasha the 15-year-old Pink Pterodactyl Ranger version of Kimberly Ann Hart and Katherine Hillard voiced by Jocelyne Loewen Mighty Morphin Makai Rangers (2001) Yusuke Urameshi from YuYu Hakusho the 24-year-old Red Makai Ranger version of Aurico voiced by Justin Cook Keiko Yukimura from YuYu Hakusho the 23-year-old Green Makai Ranger version of Dulcea voiced by Laura Bailey Botan from YuYu Hakusho the 23-year-old White Makai Ranger version of Delphine voiced by Cynthia Cranz Hiei from YuYu Hakusho the 24-year-old Black Makai Ranger version of Corcus voiced by Chuck Huber Kazuma Kuwabara from YuYu Hakusho the 24-year-old Blue Makai Ranger version of Cestro voiced by Christopher R. Sabat Kurama from YuYu Hakusho the 24-year-old Yellow Makai Ranger version of Tideus voiced by John Burgmeier Yukina from YuYu Hakusho the 23-year-old Pink Makai Ranger version of Cestria voiced by Jessica Dismuke Inurangers Zeo (2001) Toran from Inuyasha the 19-year-old Zeo Ranger V Red version of Tommy Oliver voiced by Alison Matthews Kisuke from Inuyasha the 20-year-old Zeo Ranger VII White Gold version of Billy Cranston voiced by Colin Murdock Kuranosuke Takeda from Inuyasha the 21-year-old Zeo Ranger VI Black Gold version of Jason Lee Scott voiced by Ted Cole Enju from Inuyasha the 17-year-old Zeo Ranger III Blue version of Rocky DeSantos voiced by Rebecca Shoichet Karan from Inuyasha the 16-year-old Zeo Ranger IV Green version of Adam Park voiced by Maggie Blue O’Hara Sakurako Yukihira from Detective School Q the 15-year-old Zeo Ranger II Yellow version of Tanya Sloan voiced by Hunter MacKenzie Austin Kuniko Touya from Detective School Q the 13-year-old Zeo Ranger I Pink version of Katherine Hillard voiced by Mela Lee Turbo: An Inurangers Movie and Inurangers Turbo Episodes 1 to 19 (2002) Alexander Volg Zangief from Hajime no Ippo the 19-year-old Red Lightning Turbo Ranger version of Tommy Oliver voiced by Dave Wittenberg Shinosuke from Inuyasha the 21-year-old Black Phantom Turbo Ranger version of the Phantom Ranger voiced by Trevor…