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Supervolt

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About Supervolt

  • Birthday 09/27/2002

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  • Favourite ride
    Batman: The Ride
  • Favourite Theme Park
    Six Flags Great Adventure

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    http://www.daniellepluzsik.blogspot.com
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    danielle.pluzsik

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    Demarest, NJ
  • Interests
    roller coasters, DC Comics, Toonami, Adult Swim, Toon Makers Sailor Moon, writing, drawing

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  1. This is because Cartoon Network stupidly refused to give Toonami merchandise and treated it nothing more than a block on their channel, even though it had personality hosting and launched some of the greatest anime shows in the US. Toonami is only getting merchandise now, when Swayzak is universally hated by even his creator. TOM 2 and Swayzak seemed to be the most toyetic characters in the lineup. Mattel could've gotten on that sh*t instantly and made a whole Toonami toyline, but CN only focused on properties that were actually SHOWS and not 1 minute interstitials in between acquired programm
  2. I think the zombies chasing everyone out is effing hilarious, but I wish King Ezekiel was in it. (His actor in the show is also the voice actor of Cyborg, my favorite DC superhero.) I have an idea for X:/ No Way Out in a potential Thorpe Park Rangers comic series, utilizing the computer horror motif from the 2007 update, where the computer virus is the main villain (almost like Brainiac and Swayzak had a baby.) His voice will be modeled after the voice in the original queue that says "There is no way out..."
  3. Hi, I'm X:/ No Way Out, it's just that Facebook is being stupid and throws an error at me when I try to sign it. That being said, I KNOW the computer horror idea wasn't inspired by Swayzak, but I still wanted the computer virus to be sentient because I LOVE that concept (only Toonami, Scooby-Doo, a board game from the '90s, and ReBoot did it best.) What I'm doing is creating a Thorpe Park Rangers series (probs a comic, tho an animated series would be nice) that features X:/ No Way Out as a major attraction, using the computer horror theme from the 2007 version. Basically, Abraxas (
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