Posts by Josh

Kuroo Tetsurō

In Haikyu!!, Kuroo Tetsurō is a third year student at Nekoma High and captain of the volleyball team. He has a laid back but sly personality, and is known to provoke his opponents, earning him the nickname Scheming Captain.

Power Rangers

In the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, a team of youths recruited and trained by a mentor called Zordon to morph into the eponymous Power Rangers. They then become able to utilize special powers and pilot immense assault machines, called Zords, in order to overcome the evil Rita Repulsa.

Ink Sans

In the Undertale AU, Ink Sans is a Sans who lives off the creativity of artists. He’s capable of drawing everything and bringing it to life, a skill he uses to help artists create new AUs.

Sophie from Howl’s Moving Castle

In Howl’s Moving Castle, Sophie is a young hatter who is turned into an old woman by the Witch of the Waste’s curse. It’s in this form that she encounters a wizard named Howl, and thats when her adventure begins.

Hinata Shoyo

In the manga and anime series Haikyu!!, Hinata Shoyo is a first year student at Karasuno High and a member of the school’s volleyball team. He has a cheerful and exuberant personality, which he uses to win others over. He tends to do poorly in classes due to his focus on volleyball.

Barnacle Boy

In Spongebob Squarepants, Barnacle Boy is Mermaid Man’s sidekick. He is slight more sane than his counterpart, but is treated like a child by him despite his now elderly status.

Pikachu

Pikachu is by far the most popular of all Pokemon, and the most loyal, never leaving Ash Ketchum’s side. This pika-like creatures has a thunderbolt tail and can emit sparks of electricity from its cute red cheeks.

Zatanna

In the DC Comics, Zatanna is a superhero who uses magic as her superpower, at times working for the Justice League of America. Daughter of the legendary Zatara, she summons spells by speaking words and sentences backwards.

Ken Bone

In the 2016 US presidential debates between Hilary Clinton and Donald Trump, it was Ken Bone who won the hearts of American citizens. During the Q&A, the undecided coal plant worker asked the candidates about their energy policies. But it was his red sweater, picked up by his wife, that took everyone’s attention.

Harambe

Harambe was a gorilla at the Cincinnati Zoo who was shot after a three-year-old human boy fell into his enclosure. He was killed one day after his 17th birthday, after which conspiracy theories and “dicks out” tributes swirled. Rest in peace, Harambe.