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LXF Update

Somewhere in another part of the country, the newest member of the League, Terrabolt, is contemplating about his decision to join the team.

Terrabolt is a character I based on godmanga 's fursona.

Also in his page, the artist, Levi, drew his fursona, along with his wife and daughter.

Story by wynther_knight
Pencils by Levi
Colors by rhanlav

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Windspirit was about to let Gypsy know how he feels when Aurora volunteered them both to meet the new guy. Blindspot and Tech was given and invitation attend Mr. Darkfang's presentation.

Story by wynther_knight
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Help! Anybody know this cartoon?

I searched online and I cant find any reference

The title is "Phantom cat". It's an animated series that has anthros in it. I can't remember much, but I think it ran during the early 90's.

This is what I can remember from the show, though some may not be accurate.

1.) The main character is a cat that was displaced in time from the Victorian era to the present time.

2.) He wears a cape, an eye mask (like Robin's) and uses a rapier or a fencing sword.

3.) I'm not sure but I think he has the power to turn invisible.

4.) He speaks like a Victorian gentleman, but not heavy on the lingo and accent.

5.) In the present time, he is aided by a woman (I think a cat as well), a bird who is afraid of heights and a mouse who is claustrophobic.

6.) One episode I remember was he was on the brink of death and various "Phantom Cat's" from different time and era appeared to judge the current Phantom Cat, if he is worthy to be given a second chance. There were female "Phantom Cats" shown there.

If anybody knows this animated series, please let me know. Thanks. :D
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Another Movie to look out for on 2010

The remake of Clash of the Titans (2010)


In case you are wondering, here's the original movie they made it from.

The original Clash of the Titans trailer (1981)



Here's an additional video:

The song "The Final Countdown" done in a classical way.

It's actually quite good. I think is this what they call, neo-classical.