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The Maestro’s Orchestra by micquestion (deviantart)
This man was such an animation genius and paved the way for new and awesome shows like Gravity Falls, Star vs., Voltron, Adventure Time, Regular Show and so many more, that it’s still hard to take in that he’s gone. He created Teen Titans, Static Shock, Ben 10 and basically a huge part of our childhood.

Thank you for everything, McDuffie. (1962-2011)

Latinx Superheroes

Miguel O’Hara/Spider-Man

First Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man #365 included a preview of Spider-Man 2099 #1/Marvel Comics

First Animated Appearance: Ultimate Spider-Man/Disney XD

Originally posted by independentmasterlist

Roberta Mendez/Captain America

First Appearance: Secret Wars 2099 #1/Marvel Comics

Joaquin Torres/Falcon

First Appearance: Captain America: Sam Wilson/Marvel Comics

Anya Corazón/Spider Girl/Araña

First Appearance: Amazing Fantasy #1/Marvel Comics

Miles Morales/Spider-Man

First Appearance: Ultimate Fallout #4/Ultimate Marvel

First Animated Appearance: Ultimate Spider-Man/Disney XD

Originally posted by 0roro-munroe

Ava Ayala/White Tiger

First Appearance: Avengers Academy #20/Marvel Comics

First Animated Appearance: Ultimate Spider-Man/Disney XD

Important Note: Her brother, Hector Ayala was the first Puerto Rican superhero in the history of comics and Marvel’s first Latino superhero.

Originally posted by koriandr

Victor Alvarez/Power Man

First Appearance: Dark Reign: The List - Daredevil #1/Marvel Comics

First Appearance as Power Man: Shadowland: Power Man #1/Marvel Comics

America Chavez/Miss America

First Appearance: Vengeance #1/Marvel Comics

Note: When they announced Ms. America was to appear in LEGO Avengers fans complained that they had whitewashed her character, which was met by a response of the animators saying they would correct this to make it reflect her heritage.

Originally posted by we-avenge

Bobby Da Costa/Sunspot

First Appearance: Marvel Graphic Novel: The New Mutants/Marvel Comics

First Animated Appearance: X-Men Evolution/Marvel Studios

First Live Action Appearance: X-Men: Days of Future Past

Originally posted by harlequinnade

Fabio Medina/Gold Balls

First Appearance: Uncanny X-Men #1/Marvel Comics

Julio Richter/Rictor

First Appearance: X-Factor #17/Marvel Comics

First Animated Appearance: X-Men/Marvel Studios


Gabriel Cohuelo/Velocidad

First Appearance: Uncanny X-Men #527/Marvel Comics

María Aracely Penalba/Hummingbird

First Appearance: Scarlet Spider #1/Marvel Comics

Robbie Reyes/Ghost Rider

First Appearance: All-New Ghost Rider #1/Marvel Comics

Originally posted by greek-geordie

Alejandra Jones/Ghost Rider

First Appearance: Ghost Rider Vol. 7 #1/Marvel Comics

Sam Alexander/Nova

First Appearance: Marvel Point One #1/Marvel Comics

First Animated Appearance: Ultimate Spider-Man/Disney XD

Jaime Reyes/Blue Beetle

First Appearance: Infinite Crisis/DC Comics

First Live Action Appearance: Smallville/The CW

First Animated Appearance: Batman: The Brave and the Bold

First Animated Appearance… that’s actually voiced by a Latino: Young Justice

Kyle Rayner/Green Lantern

First Appearance: Green Lantern Vol. 3 #48/DC Comics

First Animated Appearance: Superman: The Animated Series

Renee Montoya/Question

First Appearance: Batman #475/DC Comics

Created for/First Animated Appearance: Batman: The Animated Series/DC Entertainment

First Live Action Appearance: Gotham/Fox

Más y Menos 

Created for/First Appearance: Teen Titans/DC Entertainment

First Comic Appearance: Teen Titans Vol. 3 #38/DC Comics

Originally posted by titans-k-o

Jessica Cruz/Green Lantern

First Appearance: Green Lantern Vol 5 #20/DC Comics

Some Underated Animation Noises:

- When Starfire says “Glorious!”
- The music playing when Steven summons his shield
- when Yang cocks Ember Celica
- When the Omnitrix powers on
- When A Powerpuff Girl punches someone
- Kim Possible’s four note ring tone
- Wall-E charging

fefnep-archive-deactivated20160  asked:

do you happen to know if there are any latinx characters represented in cartoon shows? :0

Well at the top of the list we have multiple characters from Dora the Explorer, Go Diego Go, Handy Manny, ¡Mucha Lucha!, Maya & Miguel, and El Tigre - all of which center around Latinx protagonists and feature Spanish to varying degrees. These are the shows that are really getting little Latinx kids in the US to feel comfortable in their own skin and I wish they had been around when I was growing up.

I am so happy that we have shows that feature Latinx characters and cultures so heavily like that and that they are made for a very young audience, but almost all of us already know about those shows. So here are some animated Latinx characters that I think are deserving of more love…

Rex and Caesar Salazar from Generator Rex

Jaime Reyes from Young Justice

Miguel O’Hara from The Ultimate Spider-Man

Paulina from Danny Phantom

Master Hector Chavez from Kaijudo

Mas y Menos from Teen Titans and Teen Titans Go

LaCienega Boulevardez from The Proud Family

Twister and Lars Rodriguez from Rocket Power

Enrique, Emmy, and Max from Dragon Tales

Izzy from Jake and The Never Land Pirates

and Carlos Ramon from The Magic School Bus

Voice actors often play characters who are not their same race/ethnicity. Some of the above characters are voiced by non-Latinx white people for example. Since this is so common we then have a selection of animated characters who are not Latinxs, but are voiced by Latinxs…

Asami Sato from The Legend of Korra is voiced by Saychelle Gabriel

Marceline Abadeer from Adventure Time is voiced by Olivia Olson

Kanan Jarrus from Star Wars Rebels is voiced by Freddie Prinze Jr

Mr. Crocker and Vicky from Fairly Odd Parents are voiced by Carlos Alazraqui and Grey Griffin respectively 

Vanessa Doofenshmirtz from Phineas and Ferb is voiced by Olivia Olson

Winslow from Catdog is also voiced by Carlos Alazraqui

as is Rocko from Rocko’s Modern Life

…and that is about all the Latinx cartoon characters I can think of at the moment, if anyone else is aware of any more feel free to add on. 

Responses to criticism
  • Ultimate Spider-man cartoon writers: Okay, we'll cut back on the cutaway gags and chibi moments. We'll also improve the art style and make Peter Parker more likable. Oh! and start tackling darker issues like child abuse and questioning if you can really make a difference in the world.
  • Teen Titans Go writers: LOL! We think that we're god's gift to cartoons and don't deserve any criticism at all. We'll make not one but TWO episodes calling out our critics and saying that if they don't like the show then they don't have a sense of humor! In fact, one episode will talk about how adults shouldn't even be watching cartoons because they're for kids! Wow, we're so great! We didn't even watch the show it's based on, only cashing in on that shows success! I mean robin is supposed to be a psycho starfire stalker, right? And beast boy and cyborg are just idiots that nobody likes, right! Of course we're right! We're right and you're wrong. LOL!
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Teen Titans: The Judas Contract

Led by Starfire, the Teen Titans – Beast Boy, Raven, Blue Beetle, Robin and the just-returned Nightwing – have built a cohesive team in their never-ending battle against evil but their newest teammate, the mysterious, and powerful, Terra, may be altering that dynamic. Meanwhile, an ancient evil – Brother Blood – has awakened, and familiar foe Deathstroke is lurking in the shadows, both waiting to pounce. Ultimately, the Teen Titans will need to battle their enemies and their own internal doubts to come together and overcome the malicious forces around them in this twisting tale of intrigue, adventure and deception.

So You Want To Read a Fun Book With Young Heroes?

Welp, here’s the one DC is giving you

And here’s what Marvel is giving you.

If you want your young super heroes to be fun and optimistic and adventurous, then don’t just buy the book because you recognize the title, vote with your dollar and send comic book companies a message.