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I have to say that the episode "Agendas" is one of my most favorite episodes in this series so far. I loved the Superman homage with Luthor calling Superboy. I had no idea that Luthor still had access to the penthouse suite, below Grand Central... I was hoping that when Superboy arrived there, he didn't get suckered into opening the lead box.... I also liked the Superboy Prime homage of the S shield carving. I guess it would have been way too graphic and disturbing for a Saturday morning, had he used his fingers instead of heat vision, to carve an S shield into his chest......

 

I liked that Luthor went ahead and told Conner how Conner is half Kal-El and half Luthor too. I'm still waiting for the part where Luthor whispers the secret code into Conner's ear, and then Conner shaves his head, carves an "L" on his chest, and just goes full-blown Super Luthor trying to eliminate the Young Justice team...

 

I like how the JLA were discussing different characters, especially Guy Gardner and Plasticman (I also got a chuckle out of Billy Batson's incessant laughing, over O'Brian). I thought it was funny though how the powers that be of this series, drew Plas some longer shorts... But I really liked how the Batman had Captain Marvel's back. The Batman is hardcore in terms of toughness and intellectualism, but has got really soft spot for kids. And Bruce was right, even though Richard suffered similar childhood trauma as he did, Richard didn't turn out a bitter person like Bruce. If anything Richard turned out more like Superman, in terms of mentality and leadership skills. I also like that this series put Hawkgirl back with Hawkman, where she belongs. This was a really great episode, man I love this series.

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I love when we see more of the JL

 

 

I have to say that the episode "Agendas" is one of my most favorite episodes in this series so far. I loved the Superman homage with Luthor calling Superboy.

 

Oh I picked up on that as soon as he spoke I hope they do more

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Hal and John's dislike of Guy

 

....I got a kick out of that one :P

 

On a side note: The League seems unaware of Miss Martian's true heritage. Is J'Onn? I kinda hope he does know, cause exposure of his collusion in the charade would make for a great League sub-plot down the line.

 

What species is she?

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I have to say that the episode "Agendas" is one of my most favorite episodes in this series so far. I loved the Superman homage with Luthor calling Superboy. I had no idea that Luthor still had access to the penthouse suite, below Grand Central... I was hoping that when Superboy arrived there, he didn't get suckered into opening the lead box.... I also liked the Superboy Prime homage of the S shield carving. I guess it would have been way too graphic and disturbing for a Saturday morning, had he used his fingers instead of heat vision, to carve an S shield into his chest......

 

I liked that Luthor went ahead and told Conner how Conner is half Kal-El and half Luthor too. I'm still waiting for the part where Luthor whispers the secret code into Conner's ear, and then Conner shaves his head, carves an "L" on his chest, and just goes full-blown Super Luthor trying to eliminate the Young Justice team...

 

I like how the JLA were discussing different characters, especially Guy Gardner and Plasticman (I also got a chuckle out of Billy Batson's incessant laughing, over O'Brian). I thought it was funny though how the powers that be of this series, drew Plas some longer shorts... But I really liked how the Batman had Captain Marvel's back. The Batman is hardcore in terms of toughness and intellectualism, but has got really soft spot for kids. And Bruce was right, even though Richard suffered similar childhood trauma as he did, Richard didn't turn out a bitter person like Bruce. If anything Richard turned out more like Superman, in terms of mentality and leadership skills. I also like that this series put Hawkgirl back with Hawkman, where she belongs. This was a really great episode, man I love this series.

 

Everything you said was right on. The relationship between HG and John was interesting and made for some good tension on TV but HG should be with HM.....who they made a complete creep in the JLU series. He could of been in a relationship with almost anyone else, it didn't need to be her.

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Hal and John's dislike of Guy

 

....I got a kick out of that one :P

 

On a side note: The League seems unaware of Miss Martian's true heritage. Is J'Onn? I kinda hope he does know, cause exposure of his collusion in the charade would make for a great League sub-plot down the line.

 

What species is she?

White Martian. Which for obvious reasons would call her relation to J'Onn-Boy into question. Plus pretty much everything J'Onn has told the League and/or the Team.

 

 

Oh thats right...I thought White Martians looked much different

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I love when we see more of the JL

 

 

I have to say that the episode "Agendas" is one of my most favorite episodes in this series so far. I loved the Superman homage with Luthor calling Superboy.

 

Oh I picked up on that as soon as he spoke I hope they do more

 

Yea, I'm hoping too.

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I have to say that the episode "Agendas" is one of my most favorite episodes in this series so far. I loved the Superman homage with Luthor calling Superboy. I had no idea that Luthor still had access to the penthouse suite, below Grand Central... I was hoping that when Superboy arrived there, he didn't get suckered into opening the lead box.... I also liked the Superboy Prime homage of the S shield carving. I guess it would have been way too graphic and disturbing for a Saturday morning, had he used his fingers instead of heat vision, to carve an S shield into his chest......

 

I liked that Luthor went ahead and told Conner how Conner is half Kal-El and half Luthor too. I'm still waiting for the part where Luthor whispers the secret code into Conner's ear, and then Conner shaves his head, carves an "L" on his chest, and just goes full-blown Super Luthor trying to eliminate the Young Justice team...

 

I like how the JLA were discussing different characters, especially Guy Gardner and Plasticman (I also got a chuckle out of Billy Batson's incessant laughing, over O'Brian). I thought it was funny though how the powers that be of this series, drew Plas some longer shorts... But I really liked how the Batman had Captain Marvel's back. The Batman is hardcore in terms of toughness and intellectualism, but has got really soft spot for kids. And Bruce was right, even though Richard suffered similar childhood trauma as he did, Richard didn't turn out a bitter person like Bruce. If anything Richard turned out more like Superman, in terms of mentality and leadership skills. I also like that this series put Hawkgirl back with Hawkman, where she belongs. This was a really great episode, man I love this series.

 

Everything you said was right on. The relationship between HG and John was interesting and made for some good tension on TV but HG should be with HM.....who they made a complete creep in the JLU series. He could of been in a relationship with almost anyone else, it didn't need to be her.

 

Yea man, seriously.... I don't understand why they couldn't bring in Katma Tui, for John...I also hated how JLU made Hawkman seem like "the other guy", but hey atleast James Remar voiced him. I'm a big Remar fan, Ajax would've kicked John Stewart's ass... Hawkman and Hawkgirl belong together... Then again in Timm's universe he made Lois Lane and Wonder Woman have a thing for the Batman... We all know that Lois belongs to Clark, and that Wonder Woman has always wanted a piece of Superman... I'm glad that this series is taking it back to the comics, just look at how Wonder Woman hovers around and touches Superman, you could clearly see how she has a thing for him... He to a lesser degree probably a thing for her too, but he's "too professional and moral" to give in... Then again if he gave in, he would probably kill Diana haha....

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But I really liked how the Batman had Captain Marvel's back. The Batman is hardcore in terms of toughness and intellectualism, but has got really soft spot for kids.

I kinda like what Bruce Greenwood said of Batman in a quote from one of his Young Justice interviews. I don't remember the exact wording (and I'm to lazy to go find it), but basically, he says "This is a younger, less scarred Batman."

 

I took that to mean he hasn't gone through the great failures of Batman's life yet, the things that change a man. Broken by Bane, the falling out with Dick, Barbara's shooting, Jason's murder, so on. All the things that really made him hard as time went on. Hence, he dosen't feel the need to come down as hard as say Batman from Under the Red Hood or Doom.

 

So I don't think its so much that he's got a "soft spot," he just isn't such a d**k yet.

 

Maybe so, but you have to admit though Bruce has always had a thing kids... He's a protector of them, because he see's himself in them. A psychologist once told me, that the character of Bruce Wayne/the Batman identifies more with children, than with adults, because due to his psychological trauma of his parents murder during childhood, the trauma has left him psychologically stuck of his childhood feelings. Which is why he identifies more with kids, than he does adults... Say what you will about the Batman (I know Ive said a few things before), but out of the JLA hes the one that tends to go out of his way the most, for kid's well being.

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Then again, in my twisted imagination, I also like to imagine Dinah had a thing for the Big Red Cheese, which would seem a bit awkward upon finding out the subject of her romantic fantasies is still in elementary school. Hence, projection of hostility and... snark.

 

Unfortunately if that was the case (which I strongly believe that its not, and hope its not), it wouldn't be the first time that a female teacher tries to pursue or have a thing for a student... Its become a trend in the recent years, if you follow news reports...

 

Another thing, what the hell was the deal with Miss Martian turning into Canary and kissing Superboy?? I though that it might have been some fantasy that Superboy may have for Canary, and Megan was just trying to fulfill it for him... Yea I know its a "Martian Game" or whatever, but still...there's got to be a deeper reason behind that one...

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I find it interesting that the Justice League is showing up more and more on the show. Not that I'm complaining, I love to see those characters, especially Hal and John and Hawkman and Hawkgirl.

It looks like the writers/producers are trying to blend Young Justice into continuity, at least whatever passes for DC continuity these days.

 

I also found it hilarious to see the immediate; and negative reaction Hal and John had to Guy being inducted into the League.

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Another thing, what the hell was the deal with Miss Martian turning into Canary and kissing Superboy?? I though that it might have been some fantasy that Superboy may have for Canary, and Megan was just trying to fulfill it for him... Yea I know its a "Martian Game" or whatever, but still...there's got to be a deeper reason behind that one...

Ooo, good point. I forgot about the Miss Martian thing. Megan puts on a "Canary-Skin Suit" to help get Connor's rocks off, and Canary catches them at it. Maybe her attidude toward Cap is an indicator she isn't as over it as she led Miss Martian to believe, and she's taking it out on Billy, another kid pretending to be something he's not.

 

Haha Yeah really... But hopefully Billy doesn't piss her off too much, because Canary is the last woman that anyone in the DCU would want to be screamed by...for obvious reasons...

 

Another thing, I don't agree with Wonder Woman's "lie of omission" point of view...where she believed that if one withholds information, then that means that they are a lying... Not everything about someone should be known out in the open... For instance I don't think that Wonder Woman would have answered the Batman or anyone else, if Bats had asked her "Diana do you shave between your legs, or do just sport a natural full-frontal bush instead?..."

 

So does that make her a liar because she were to decline to answer such a question, and doesn't let the world know out right, that she has a black lion's mane between her legs, that probably runs up into the inside of her butt?... I don't think so.... So then why would she say Billy was lying, just cause he didn't tell anyone his age... Its not like he was asked out right if hes an adult or not... so I don't agree with her point of view of what a "lie" is...

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I find it interesting that the Justice League is showing up more and more on the show. Not that I'm complaining, I love to see those characters, especially Hal and John and Hawkman and Hawkgirl.

It looks like the writers/producers are trying to blend Young Justice into continuity, at least whatever passes for DC continuity these days.

 

I also found it hilarious to see the immediate; and negative reaction Hal and John had to Guy being inducted into the League.

 

Haha yea the Gardner part was hilarious... I know that Guy can be an arrogant d*ck, and bit of a cowboy and loose canon, but I still like him. He was the first Green Lantern that I first introduce to in the comics, during the early 1990's...even though I knew about Hal first, through the Super Friends cartoon. Even as a kid before I even knew anything about Gardner, I thought that his smirk made him seem like an arrogant know-it-all... His skirmish face does fit his personality... But in all fairness Hal and John shouldn't be so negative against Guy, after all his personality was altered, due to the psyche damage that he once had...he was supposed to be the Green Lantern at the same time as Hal, but the ring was closer to Hal's location...also Guy never became Lantern before Stewart because of the psychological damage Guy got, and was still recovering...so John was chosen after Hal.... But still, that instant response from Hal and John about Guy was hilarious...

 

 

That's one of my favorite parts of this show, that you see members of t he JLA and Junior members in t he form of Young Justice... It my opinion the JLA members appearing side by side with their proteges, are one of the things that makes this show great. The JLA go on missions, while they send their junior members (the Young Justice members), on their own missions.

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"Another thing, I don't agree with Wonder Woman's "lie of omission" point of view...where she believed that if one withholds information, then that means that they are a lying... Not everything about someone should be known out in the open... For instance I don't think that Wonder Woman would have answered the Batman or anyone else, if Bats had asked her "Diana do you shave between your legs, or do just sport a natural full-frontal bush instead?..."

So does that make her a liar because she were to decline to answer such a question, and doesn't let the world know out right, that she has a black lion's mane between her legs, that probably runs up into the inside of her butt?... I don't think so...." LMAO - now that is quite a mental image ....very interesting.....

 

 

I do sort of agree on Guy in so far as he has a certain appeal as a character, although I'm still a Hal and John fan. Did anybody else notice that while they were talking about Guy it was said that "Earth has 3 green Lanterns"? Now perhaps I misheard and they meant "Earth has 3 other GLs", but that is not what I heard. So what about Kyle Rayner? Not that I'm a huge fan or anything, but he is the 4th Earth GL. Is he still part of the "new DC"?

 

I must admit I didn't think i would like this show that much, but I'm liking it more and more every day. I like the relatively "adult" story-lines, the animation style, and the inclusion of the JL. This might be the best animated show on TV right now, at least until (or if?) Avengers comes back. I can only hope the Green Lantern cartoon follows its lead.

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I must admit I didn't think i would like this show that much, but I'm liking it more and more every day. I like the relatively "adult" story-lines, the animation style, and the inclusion of the JL. This might be the best animated show on TV right now, at least until (or if?) Avengers comes back. I can only hope the Green Lantern cartoon follows its lead.

 

It is going to be a battle between Young Justice, Thundercats, and The Avengers (which is scheduled to air in a couple of days). Each of these shows has mature storylines so let' see what happens with these bad boys. I hope competition leads to all of them being really, really good.

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"Another thing, I don't agree with Wonder Woman's "lie of omission" point of view...where she believed that if one withholds information, then that means that they are a lying... Not everything about someone should be known out in the open... For instance I don't think that Wonder Woman would have answered the Batman or anyone else, if Bats had asked her "Diana do you shave between your legs, or do just sport a natural full-frontal bush instead?..."

So does that make her a liar because she were to decline to answer such a question, and doesn't let the world know out right, that she has a black lion's mane between her legs, that probably runs up into the inside of her butt?... I don't think so...." LMAO - now that is quite a mental image ....very interesting.....

 

Haha sorry I couldn't help myself. I definitely may be in the minority here, but I prefer women that sport their vaginas as "grown women", the way that God intended it. I was never able to adapt to the shaved kind, (which I call the "Pedo-pie"), because it resembles a prepubescent young girl... But anyway Wonder Woman would probably have a natural, since shes an amazon...haha.

 

 

I do sort of agree on Guy in so far as he has a certain appeal as a character, although I'm still a Hal and John fan. Did anybody else notice that while they were talking about Guy it was said that "Earth has 3 green Lanterns"? Now perhaps I misheard and they meant "Earth has 3 other GLs", but that is not what I heard. So what about Kyle Rayner? Not that I'm a huge fan or anything, but he is the 4th Earth GL. Is he still part of the "new DC"?

 

I must admit I didn't think i would like this show that much, but I'm liking it more and more every day. I like the relatively "adult" story-lines, the animation style, and the inclusion of the JL. This might be the best animated show on TV right now, at least until (or if?) Avengers comes back. I can only hope the Green Lantern cartoon follows its lead.

 

I think I did hear them say that there are three Green Lanterns on Earth, with Guy obviously being the third. Maybe Kyle has not become a GL yet during time and universe that this show is taking place. I read that this show takes place in an alternate earth, than New Earth, so thing may be very different. Or maybe Kyle is a GL but hes currently not on Earth, which why they may have said only 3 on Earth...

 

I was looking forward to this show, before it even aired. The animation style alone got me interested, because it was so cool and the characters looked like actual people. The quality of animation on this show, reminds me of 1980's cartoons, back when animators made human characters resemble actual people, and not resemble some weird creatures with some bizarre artsy-fartsy exaggerated animation style like most modern cartoons. I also enjoy the voice acting, the dark tone, the drama, the humor, and the writing of each episode. I agree this is the best animated show on TV right now, and to be quite honest this series may be the best in terms of animation, since Fox canceled Spider-Man (1994), and X-Men (1992)... Most animated shows after that have moved toward more simplicity in terms of animation...This Young Justice show is the most detailed animation that DC Comics has done on TV, since maybe the 1988 Superman show, or maybe a lesser degree the original Batman the Animated series...

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I do sort of agree on Guy in so far as he has a certain appeal as a character, although I'm still a Hal and John fan. Did anybody else notice that while they were talking about Guy it was said that "Earth has 3 green Lanterns"? Now perhaps I misheard and they meant "Earth has 3 other GLs", but that is not what I heard. So what about Kyle Rayner? Not that I'm a huge fan or anything, but he is the 4th Earth GL. Is he still part of the "new DC"?

 

I must admit I didn't think i would like this show that much, but I'm liking it more and more every day. I like the relatively "adult" story-lines, the animation style, and the inclusion of the JL. This might be the best animated show on TV right now, at least until (or if?) Avengers comes back. I can only hope the Green Lantern cartoon follows its lead.

 

Kyle could also be training on Oa like he was on the JLU cartoon. Either that or the events that lead to him getting the ring never happened.

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"Another thing, I don't agree with Wonder Woman's "lie of omission" point of view...where she believed that if one withholds information, then that means that they are a lying... Not everything about someone should be known out in the open... For instance I don't think that Wonder Woman would have answered the Batman or anyone else, if Bats had asked her "Diana do you shave between your legs, or do just sport a natural full-frontal bush instead?..."

So does that make her a liar because she were to decline to answer such a question, and doesn't let the world know out right, that she has a black lion's mane between her legs, that probably runs up into the inside of her butt?... I don't think so...." LMAO - now that is quite a mental image ....very interesting.....

 

Haha sorry I couldn't help myself. I definitely may be in the minority here, but I prefer women that sport their vaginas as "grown women", the way that God intended it. I was never able to adapt to the shaved kind, (which I call the "Pedo-pie"), because it resembles a prepubescent young girl... But anyway Wonder Woman would probably have a natural, since shes an amazon...haha.

 

 

I do sort of agree on Guy in so far as he has a certain appeal as a character, although I'm still a Hal and John fan. Did anybody else notice that while they were talking about Guy it was said that "Earth has 3 green Lanterns"? Now perhaps I misheard and they meant "Earth has 3 other GLs", but that is not what I heard. So what about Kyle Rayner? Not that I'm a huge fan or anything, but he is the 4th Earth GL. Is he still part of the "new DC"?

 

I must admit I didn't think i would like this show that much, but I'm liking it more and more every day. I like the relatively "adult" story-lines, the animation style, and the inclusion of the JL. This might be the best animated show on TV right now, at least until (or if?) Avengers comes back. I can only hope the Green Lantern cartoon follows its lead.

 

I think I did hear them say that there are three Green Lanterns on Earth, with Guy obviously being the third. Maybe Kyle has not become a GL yet during time and universe that this show is taking place. I read that this show takes place in an alternate earth, than New Earth, so thing may be very different. Or maybe Kyle is a GL but hes currently not on Earth, which why they may have said only 3 on Earth...

 

I was looking forward to this show, before it even aired. The animation style alone got me interested, because it was so cool and the characters looked like actual people. The quality of animation on this show, reminds me of 1980's cartoons, back when animators made human characters resemble actual people, and not resemble some weird creatures with some bizarre artsy-fartsy exaggerated animation style like most modern cartoons. I also enjoy the voice acting, the dark tone, the drama, the humor, and the writing of each episode. I agree this is the best animated show on TV right now, and to be quite honest this series may be the best in terms of animation, since Fox canceled Spider-Man (1994), and X-Men (1992)... Most animated shows after that have moved toward more simplicity in terms of animation...This Young Justice show is the most detailed animation that DC Comics has done on TV, since maybe the 1988 Superman show, or maybe a lesser degree the original Batman the Animated series...

 

Actually (LOL) the "Wonder Woman" look is my favorite as well, pretty much for the same reasons you gave. Maybe not some crazy "cabbage patch" (LOL) but at least natural looking. It just looks better to my eyes, what can I say it just looks better to me.

I also agree about the realism of the animation style. I prefer cartoons where characters that are supposed to be human or at least human-like, actually look human. I liked the Spider-Man and X-Men cartoons a lot also.

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"Another thing, I don't agree with Wonder Woman's "lie of omission" point of view...where she believed that if one withholds information, then that means that they are a lying... Not everything about someone should be known out in the open... For instance I don't think that Wonder Woman would have answered the Batman or anyone else, if Bats had asked her "Diana do you shave between your legs, or do just sport a natural full-frontal bush instead?..."

So does that make her a liar because she were to decline to answer such a question, and doesn't let the world know out right, that she has a black lion's mane between her legs, that probably runs up into the inside of her butt?... I don't think so...." LMAO - now that is quite a mental image ....very interesting.....

 

Haha sorry I couldn't help myself. I definitely may be in the minority here, but I prefer women that sport their vaginas as "grown women", the way that God intended it. I was never able to adapt to the shaved kind, (which I call the "Pedo-pie"), because it resembles a prepubescent young girl... But anyway Wonder Woman would probably have a natural, since shes an amazon...haha.

 

 

I do sort of agree on Guy in so far as he has a certain appeal as a character, although I'm still a Hal and John fan. Did anybody else notice that while they were talking about Guy it was said that "Earth has 3 green Lanterns"? Now perhaps I misheard and they meant "Earth has 3 other GLs", but that is not what I heard. So what about Kyle Rayner? Not that I'm a huge fan or anything, but he is the 4th Earth GL. Is he still part of the "new DC"?

 

I must admit I didn't think i would like this show that much, but I'm liking it more and more every day. I like the relatively "adult" story-lines, the animation style, and the inclusion of the JL. This might be the best animated show on TV right now, at least until (or if?) Avengers comes back. I can only hope the Green Lantern cartoon follows its lead.

 

I think I did hear them say that there are three Green Lanterns on Earth, with Guy obviously being the third. Maybe Kyle has not become a GL yet during time and universe that this show is taking place. I read that this show takes place in an alternate earth, than New Earth, so thing may be very different. Or maybe Kyle is a GL but hes currently not on Earth, which why they may have said only 3 on Earth...

 

I was looking forward to this show, before it even aired. The animation style alone got me interested, because it was so cool and the characters looked like actual people. The quality of animation on this show, reminds me of 1980's cartoons, back when animators made human characters resemble actual people, and not resemble some weird creatures with some bizarre artsy-fartsy exaggerated animation style like most modern cartoons. I also enjoy the voice acting, the dark tone, the drama, the humor, and the writing of each episode. I agree this is the best animated show on TV right now, and to be quite honest this series may be the best in terms of animation, since Fox canceled Spider-Man (1994), and X-Men (1992)... Most animated shows after that have moved toward more simplicity in terms of animation...This Young Justice show is the most detailed animation that DC Comics has done on TV, since maybe the 1988 Superman show, or maybe a lesser degree the original Batman the Animated series...

 

Actually (LOL) the "Wonder Woman" look is my favorite as well, pretty much for the same reasons you gave. Maybe not some crazy "cabbage patch" (LOL) but at least natural looking. It just looks better to my eyes, what can I say it just looks better to me.

I also agree about the realism of the animation style. I prefer cartoons where characters that are supposed to be human or at least human-like, actually look human. I liked the Spider-Man and X-Men cartoons a lot also.

 

Haha I don't mind if it looks like a "cabbage patch", just as long as shes not a "kid" haha. For me the more fur she has there, the better...even if it looks like she's gripping a wookie between her legs... I just love it when its gift wrapped, because one has to really dig deep to find the opening and dive in...

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