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Listen…,,..,.Hazel is too young for Frank

Our buzzard is free!
As promised, here is the moment our stunned buzzard was released back into the wild. With all tests completed, he was taken away with a member of our team, Helen, and is now wild once more!
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Top 11 Favorite Comics featuring Younger Superheroes (Teen/Young Adult)

6. Super Sons (Jon Kent and Damian Wayne)

This one might be cheating because the series has not actually been released yet, however, if the “pilot” issues of Superman (10 and 11) are any indication, this one is a fun one. Its great reading the banter between Jon and Damian. I haven’t read much with Damian previously, and Jon is the newest Superboy, but I’m liking both. The dynamic between Jon and Damian is great and fun to read. Especially since it carries the dynamic over from their respective parents. I met Peter Tomasi at NYCC who was also enthusiastic about the new series, and I am too especially since he’s writing the book. Right now, the book is looking as a good and funny read.

Favorite Young Adult/Teen Heroes (links)
1. Nova (Richard Rider and Sam Alexander)
2. Avengers Academy
3. Champions
4. New Warriors
5. Blue Beetle (Jamie Reyes)
6. Super Sons (Jon Kent and Damian Wayne)
7. Titans (DC Rebirth)
8. Darkhawk
9. Ghost Rider (Robbie Reyes)
10. Runaways
11. Wolverine and the X-men/Nightcrawler (X-Students)
12. Honorable Mention #1 - Machine Teen
13. Honorable Mention #2 - Spider-Man
14. Honorable Mention #3 - Firebreather


The adult versions of the heroes from Ressha Sentai ToQger and Akira from left to right:

Mio/ToQ 3gou played by Riria

Tokatchi/ToQ 2gou played by Jin Hiramaki

Right/ToQ 1gou played by Jun Shison

Hikari/ToQ 4gou played by Ryusei Yokohama

Kagua/ToQ 5gou played by Ai Moritaka

Akira Nijino/ToQ 6gou played by Shin Nagahama