the mutant warrior

I’m still a little in shock over this nerdy thing . . .

Because after an extensive inventory of characters, it turns out that Marvel comics has had more teenaged heroes and villains than DC Comics. 

Possible because of the Teen Titans being so successful and the lineup being relatively stable for over a decade, while Marvel had Teen team after Teen team with all new casts. 

Conversely, there are more teen villains in DC by about the same margin. 

Probably for the same reason.


Some Sailor Turtles… *cough*

Leo as Sailor Mercury
Raph as Sailor Mars
Donnie as Sailor Saturn
Mikey as Sailor Venus

I’m so sorry! XD
Please don’t hit me… >.<

(Well… These are just the paper sketches, who have been lying around here since a while… I’m not sure if I ever will draw them ‘neatly’ at my tablet…, but I didn’t wanted to hide this dumb crap from you… :’D *lol*)

(Btw… I wanted to draw another picture…, with Shina as Sailor Moon and Raphael as Tuxedo Mask… X3 But I don’t know how to draw Raph in this stupid costume… -.- Meeh…)

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Warriors / Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Tournament Fighters / Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles: Tournament Fighters
Publisher: Konami, Playtronic Industrial (BR SNES)
Developer: Konami
Platform: Nintendo Entertainment System, Super Famicom / Super Nintendo Entertainment System, Mega Drive / Genesis
Year: 1993 (SNES, MD), 1994 (BR SNES, NES)

baby animals have been known to play with their parents tails whenever the parents babysit them, it’s especially seen with lions so I thought it be cute that Mona would use her tail as a toy for little Irrilia and it would probably be her favorite thing to play with whenever her mom is around and would miss her tail the most when Mona left for space.

Irrilia belongs to @myrling-art

Young Marvel Hero teams Status 2017 (part 1)


(Note: I don’t really acknowledge Slapstick and Ultragirl as New Warriors because it’s more like a retcon as they joined the team off-panel. Also, I don’t acknowledge the depowered mutants posing as New Warriors from Vol 4.)

- DEAD = Namorita (Namorita Prentiss), Turbo II (Mike Jeffries) Aegis (Trey Rollins), Bolt (Chris Bradley), Microbe (Zachary Smith Jr)

- IN LIMBO = Justice (Vance Astrovik), Speedball (Robbie Baldwin), Firestar (Angelica Jones), Silhouette (Silhouette Chord), Turbo (Michiko Musashi), Donyell Taylor as Bandit/Night Thrasher II, Alex Power, Helix, Timeslip (Rina Patel), Debrii (Deborah Fields), Hummingbird (Aracely Penalba), Sun Girl (Selah Burke), Haechi (Mark Sim), Water Snake (Faira Sar Namora)

- DEAD OR ALIVE = Darkhawk (Chris Powell), Rage (Elvin Haliday)

- BROUGHT BACK TO LIFE = Richard Rider as Nova (brought back to life but infected with Cancerverse virus in Jeff Loveness’ Nova comic), Dwayne Taylor as Night Thrasher (brought back to life in Contest of Champions but now, he’s in Limbo)

- TURNED EVIL =  Ben Reilly as Scarlet Spider (turned evil and became the new Jackal. Now he’s going to be in his newest Scarlet Spider series by Peter David)

- OTHER = Sam Alexander as Nova II (left the team for Avengers and then, Champions. Also, he doesn’t even acknowledge the New Warriors.), Carlton LaFroyge as Hindsight Lad (kicked out of New Warriors for good after he betrayed them by outing their secret identities to public), Kaine Parker as Scarlet Spider (Spider-Verse happened, formerly dead and now resurrected but slowly dying of Clone Degeneration Sickness. However, Kaine is still active as he’s hunting for Ben Reilly)


- IN LIMBO = Speed (Tommy Shepherd)

- ERASED FROM EXISTENCE = Elijah Bradley as Patriot (thanks to that rights issues, Eli Bradley will never be used by Marvel again)



- TURNED EVIL = Iron Lad (the younger Nathaniel Richards)

- USED TO BE ACTIVE IN RECENT YEARS BUT NOW NO LONGER = Wiccan (Billy Kaplan), Hulkling (Teddy Altman)

- ACTIVE (but in different comic/team) = Noh-Varr, Miss America (America Chavez), young Loki Laufeyson, Kate Bishop, Prodigy (David Alleyne)


- IN LIMBO = Finesse (Jeanne Foucault), Striker (Brandon Sharpe), Hazmat (Jennifer Takeda), Lyra the Savage She-Hulk, Thunderstrike II (Kevin Masterson), Batwing (James Santini), Butterball (Emery Schaub), Turbo (Michiko Musashi), Ricochet (Johnny Gallo), Wiz Kid (Takashi Matsuya), Rocket Racer (Robert Farrell) , Machine Teen (Adam Aaronson), Loa (Alani Ryan), Fiona the NuHuman

- DEAD = Mettle (Ken Mack), Reptil (Humberto Lopez), Juston Seyfert

- DEPOWERED = Veil (Madeline Berry)

- USED TO BE ACTIVE IN RECENT YEARS BUT NOW NO LONGER = White Tiger (Ava Ayala)Julie Power (left the team and only appeared in Civil War II: Choosing Sides comic with her siblings), Anya Corazon (used to appear in Web Warriors but now since the comic ended, she’s in limbo), Victor Alvarez

- ACTIVE (but in different comic/team) = Laura Kinney as X-23 / Wolverine 

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Warriors / Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Tournament Fighters / Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles: Tournament Fighters
Publisher: Konami, Playtronic Industrial (BR SNES)
Developer: Konami
Platform: Nintendo Entertainment System, Super Famicom / Super Nintendo Entertainment System, Mega Drive / Genesis
Year: 1993 (SNES, MD), 1994 (BR SNES, NES)

djpiggy557  asked:

I'd like to see companion's react to Soul that has Autism. Bonus points if you do the DLC companion's reactions too (Ada, Longfellow, and Gage.) (I am *so* sorry if this is in the wrong place or I'm doing this wrong, I barely do asks like this and I'm not quite familiar to this in particular. So I'm sorry if I get this in the wrong place)

You didn’t get it in the wrong place at all! My posts are little messed up after I’ve been sick and trying to work on stuff, but here you go! A little late, but here!

Cait: She is more easily frustrated than the other companions. She loses her temper a bit quicker, and has less patience for Sole’s perceived slowness. With time, though, she learns to respect Sole’s strengths. Sole’s need for repetition can be irritating during mealtimes, but helpful in combat, when they’re careful and methodical. Cait doesn’t need to worry about being blunt, because Sole has an easier time with straight speech than with sarcasm. She adjusts, and learns to accept Sole as they are.

Codsworth: Being with Sole from before the war, he understands Sole’s particular needs. Whether they need a certain kind of medication, or supervision so they don’t wander off, or help understand other people’s social cues, he’s programmed to know how to care for them. He also teaches others how to handle Sole, and inadvertently helps wasteland parents diagnose and help their own children. Being Sole’s assistant becomes a source of pride for him.

Curie: Wherever Sole falls on the autistic spectrum, she’s read hundreds of medical textbooks on how to help them. Sole doesn’t even need to “come out” about it, she can tell within a few weeks of meeting them. Because of her understanding, it takes away some of Sole’s pressure to conform, and they worry less about pretending to be “normal.” Curie can explain to others what Sole is or needs if necessary, but most of the time helps Sole to stay independent, doing her best to keep them self-sufficient.

Danse: At first, he doesn’t think Sole has any problems at all. They’re calm, methodical, they keep to themselves and get things done - what could be the problem? It’s only much later on that he realizes their social difficulties and other aspects of their disorder. Still, though, he doesn’t mind either way. Sole might have different needs than other people, but they’re still perfectly capable. Danse treats them with the same respect and friendliness as anyone else, never assuming their disorder means they can’t do something.

Deacon: He never lets on that he knows. There’s never a day where he’s like, “So… you’re autistic?” It’s just something that builds up over time. He makes sure to buy them softer clothing so it’s not overstimulating. He buys them earplugs to use when things get too loud. If Sole needs to do something a certain way or go a certain place, he’s totally there. Besides, he’s a smooth talker - if Sole ever makes a social misstep, he’s right there to do damage control. He cares, he just has to do it in a sideways sort of way.

Dogmeat: He becomes a sort of service dog. When he went with Mama Murphy, he understood the different between Mentats and Addictol, and gave her what she needed as she needed it. He learns to do the same for Sole, too. He learns to fend off people who invade Sole’s personal space. And to follow the same repetitious pattern Sole does every night, so they can sleep. And, if Sole has an “episode” and needs calming down, he’s right there to offer doggy kisses until they’re fine.

Hancock: He’s a fast talker, who tends towards impatience and ambition. He’s never rude to Sole. Quite the opposite. But Hancock just doesn’t like feeling like a babysitter, you feel? He needs someone who can keep up, who can walk and talk at the same time, who he doesn’t need to worry will get their foot in their mouth. By that same token, if Sole ever needs something, he’s there. He might not travel with Sole that often, but they’ve always got a place to stay and a listening ear, if they want it.

Nick Valentine: The biggest problem in their relationship is Nick’s habit of using sarcasm or expressions, leading to a lot of misunderstandings. Nick picks up fast, though, and learns to have an explanation ready whenever he says something off the cuff. Their relationships becomes similar to that of a parent and their child. Nick feels a sense of obligation to Sole, and of protectiveness. It comes off a little patronizing and condescending at times, but it’s always meant well.

MacCready: He’s not entirely sure what autism is, but he can’t help but think back to a certain kid or two in Little Lamplight. Kids who didn’t talk, or who acted funny, or who’d do things over and over or refuse to wear certain clothes. He dealt with them then, he can deal with them now. He talks plainly so Sole’s never confused, and never gives them a hard time if it takes them a minute to understand something. Besides, he’s no social butterfly either. Sole’s idiosyncrasies just make them more… unique. And he can handle that.

Piper: Her support is simple. “Okay!” She’s too much of an honest and unpretentious person to think any more or less of Sole because of it. Though she does ask a lot of questions. What do they need, how do they feel, what’s it like, etc. The questions are useful in the end, because then she understands and can help Sole when they need it. By that same token, she’s not overprotective or short-tempered or condescending like some of the other companions. Sole’s just… Sole. And that’s all that really matters, right?

Preston: Suffering from PTSD, he has his own issues to deal with. But, being in the Minutemen, he finds that military order and repetition helps, and tries to help Sole in the same way. They come up with patterns and routines that keep Sole feeling secure. Preston is earnest and kind, and often speaks simply. Sole can understand him well, and he can smooth over any problems from Sole’s lack of social understanding. The Minutemen accept everyone, regardless of how able-bodied they are. However Sole can help, if they try? Preston accepts them wholeheartedly. 

Strong: To be perfectly honest, if anyone could understand Sole’s predicament, it’s him. Social problems, sensory sensitivities, lack of speaking or difficulty doing so… They make a fine pair. And who’s going to question them? A Super Mutant and a wasteland warrior can do or say whatever they please. No one will argue.

X6-88: He’s not the most empathetic person at the best of times, but Sole is his charge, and as such, he educates himself on the best way to take care of them. This comes off a little blunt at times. “Sole is overstimulated. You will leave now.” Or something along those lines. Sole’s social difficulties don’t bother him, as friendship is overrated, in his opinion. But he keeps them safe, and mentally stable, and protects them when they need it. It’s as simple as that.

Note: As a neurotypical person, I did my best to portray and describe an autistic Sole to the best of my ability. If you have any concerns, feel free to message me, and I’ll explain if I did things in character or made an honest mistake.

“People like to invent monsters and monstrosities. Then they seem less monstrous themselves. When they get blind-drunk, cheat, steal, beat their wives, starve an old woman, when they kill a trapped fox with an axe or riddle the last existing unicorn with arrows, they like to think that the Bane entering cottages at daybreak is more monstrous than they are. They feel better then. They find it easier to live.”
   ―  Andrzej Sapkowski