Justice League Action- Review

So I've finally gotten around to seeing the new DC Animated series which has just barely premiered a few episodes in America (I believe it's up to 12 in the UK). There isn't much to go off, since it was only one long hour episode which is made up of 4 regular episodes (15 minute episodes). And considering it's more comedic tone and it being less story driven. Even with that one hour it's hard to fully gauge the series, since comedy is very subjective. Let's give it a whirl though.

The Show

This series seems to be a fusion of the original Justice League Unlimited, with some New 52 updates and following the tone of series like Brave and the Bold but a bit less campy. It'll be a nice contrast to the ultra dry and serious revival of Young Justice, and this show is mostly aimed at kids. The show will focus mainly on comedy and action (duh). The animation quality is an obvious downgrade from the old series or Young Justice, but it uses this to it's benefit. It makes up for the cheaper designs with more dynamic and intense action. I recall watching several episodes of Justice League, and the way most of the fights looks were very simple and unimaginative. Superman especially fought very blocky, no combos.

It's got the action part down, but what about the comedy? Well... that's hit or miss for me. At times I find myself chuckling at some jokes, other times they fall super flat. It honestly feels like they are throwing jokes at the wall and seeing what sticks. The storylines are entertaining enough, and are something akin to the old Saturday Morning Cartoons but with DC Easter eggs.

The Characters

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"What about the characters?" You may ask. Well, for the most part the Trinity is solid enough, as well as some of the other characters. Most are put through a comedy filter, which is the most apparent when the usually Broody and Poetic Swamp Thing sounds like your Average Joe (voiced by Mark Hamill) and is even part of the Justice League. As I said before, this show is somewhat inspired by the New 52 and before some of you loose your shit and complain that they haven't got hip to Rebirth, this show has probably been in the works for 2 years and animation probably started a year ago. That's why the New 52 influence is still there and it's unlikely that Rebirth will have any affect on this since the circumstances (by which I mean terrible editorial) for that won't be in this show (*snickers silently*) . You can also take solace in that the New 52 effects are minimal and mostly only apparent in Superman and Wonder WOman.

Superman- I haven't seen much on him, but sometimes he'll be level headed and serious, in an other episode he was very cocky towards Batman.

Batman- He seems to be a focus in the episodes I saw or they glorify in other clips (like the Video Game episode). But in other episodes he'll be the but of a joke or the humor comes from the show being self aware and poking fun at things like "I am Batman!"

Wonder Woman- Extremely influenced by the New 52. She's very much a warrior who loves to fight, and not the diplomat some WW fans want her to be.

The show isn't going for character development, since most of them are probably where they want them to be. You're not going to see them as youngins growing and getting a hang of their powers. WW isn't new to Mans world and learning how to manage through it. I'm not stating this as a negative, I'm just saying that's not what they are going for. I can't comment much on the dynamics since they barely interacted and since the roster will change episode to episode, it's hard to say. Superman and Wonder Woman seem to be working together a lot.... cus they're together in this (*silently snickers*).

Overall Thoughts

Honestly.... I can't really form an opinion one way or the other with this show. Seems entertaining enough for kids, but it doesn't really have much to catch my eye. Maybe that'll change with the upcoming episodes, but this one hour of content hasn't swayed me that much. It's much better than CW Supergirl or BvS, that's for sure. The Action is top notch, but the comedy is eh, and the story is above average.

Rating- 6/10

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it's hard to say. Superman and Wonder Woman seem to be working together a lot.... cus they're together in this

Dammit.

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i think the show looks great so far :)

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Boo to Wondy-Supes, but its great that they have placed Zatanna and Batman together in so many episodes thus far

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@rbt said:

it's hard to say. Superman and Wonder Woman seem to be working together a lot.... cus they're together in this

Dammit.

Just think, if a generation could be tricked into thinking that Batman/Wonder Woman was a good idea with the original JL show, imagine what an actual loving and caring pair like SM/WW will do. 100 YEARS SM/WW! SM/WW.COM! FOREVER!

i think the show looks great so far :)

I'm glad you like it. I think the SM/WW and the Video Game (since it's inspired by Greg Pak's arc) episode may get a positive reaction out of me.

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Hmm... Looks fun, I'd watch it.

I like this spunky Wonder Woman.

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Just think, if a generation could be tricked into thinking that Batman/Wonder Woman was a good idea with the original JL show, imagine what an actual loving and caring pair like SM/WW will do. 100 YEARS SM/WW! SM/WW.COM! FOREVER!

I get that. Though hopefully this never happens. I honestly don't care who DC pairs WW with. As long as its not Clark. The injustice left a very sour taste of the pairing.

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@rbt said:

@saintwildcard:

Just think, if a generation could be tricked into thinking that Batman/Wonder Woman was a good idea with the original JL show, imagine what an actual loving and caring pair like SM/WW will do. 100 YEARS SM/WW! SM/WW.COM! FOREVER!

I get that. Though hopefully this never happens. I honestly don't care who DC pairs WW with. As long as its not Clark. The injustice left a very sour taste of the pairing.

That's not a pairing, that's a weird relationship where Diana is clinging to Clark, wanting to get his attention but he'd give it all up to have Lois back. I can see why you wouldn't like that, but that;s not exactly a showing of the characters at their best.

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@rbt said:

@saintwildcard:

Just think, if a generation could be tricked into thinking that Batman/Wonder Woman was a good idea with the original JL show, imagine what an actual loving and caring pair like SM/WW will do. 100 YEARS SM/WW! SM/WW.COM! FOREVER!

I get that. Though hopefully this never happens. I honestly don't care who DC pairs WW with. As long as its not Clark. The injustice left a very sour taste of the pairing.

That's not a pairing, that's a weird relationship where Diana is clinging to Clark, wanting to get his attention but he'd give it all up to have Lois back. I can see why you wouldn't like that, but that;s not exactly a showing of the characters at their best.

I guess you're right. But I didn't really like them in New 52 either. Felt too flat and forced to me. Especially from Clark's side. I'll definitely give this show a try but as long as Superman and Wonder Woman do not become a couple in DCEU, I'm fine with it.

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@rbt said:

I guess you're right. But I didn't really like them in New 52 either. Felt too flat and forced to me. Especially from Clark's side. I'll definitely give this show a try but as long as Superman and Wonder Woman do not become a couple in DCEU, I'm fine with it.

I think the couple has the potential to work and their pairing could bring a lot to the table, but I do agree that the New 52 didn't really start them off proper (Johns was gonna break them up so he put no effort into it), and while I did think that Soule's writing was romantic it lacked the ingredients that made the characters special and just went for feel good romance instead.

Unfortunately, this show just starts with them being together so you won't get to see the sparks and chemistry form little by little. From what I've seen though, they do work well together in battle and their date episode is a bit amusing.

Heh, don't worry about that. They aren't connected at all, and I believe Diana deserves better than BvS Superman. Dude was a wimp.

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@rbt said:

I guess you're right. But I didn't really like them in New 52 either. Felt too flat and forced to me. Especially from Clark's side. I'll definitely give this show a try but as long as Superman and Wonder Woman do not become a couple in DCEU, I'm fine with it.

I think the couple has the potential to work and their pairing could bring a lot to the table, but I do agree that the New 52 didn't really start them off proper (Johns was gonna break them up so he put no effort into it), and while I did think that Soule's writing was romantic it lacked the ingredients that made the characters special and just went for feel good romance instead.

Unfortunately, this show just starts with them being together so you won't get to see the sparks and chemistry form little by little. From what I've seen though, they do work well together in battle and their date episode is a bit amusing.

Heh, don't worry about that. They aren't connected at all, and I believe Diana deserves better thanBvS Superman. Dude was a wimp.

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You mean, someone like Batman?

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You mean, someone like Batman?

I hope not. I believe it's been stated that Bruce wouldn't be her love interest by the guy playing Steve Trevor

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I'd give it a 4.5/10 so far.

Can't stand some of the action scenes and character stuff the references are ok and the animation is cute.

Thats about it really.

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Honestly.... I can't really form an opinion one way or the other with this show.

Shitty reviews 101

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Honestly.... I can't really form an opinion one way or the other with this show.

Shitty reviews 101

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@rbt said:
@saintwildcard said:
@rbt said:

@saintwildcard:

Just think, if a generation could be tricked into thinking that Batman/Wonder Woman was a good idea with the original JL show, imagine what an actual loving and caring pair like SM/WW will do. 100 YEARS SM/WW! SM/WW.COM! FOREVER!

I get that. Though hopefully this never happens. I honestly don't care who DC pairs WW with. As long as its not Clark. The injustice left a very sour taste of the pairing.

That's not a pairing, that's a weird relationship where Diana is clinging to Clark, wanting to get his attention but he'd give it all up to have Lois back. I can see why you wouldn't like that, but that;s not exactly a showing of the characters at their best.

I guess you're right. But I didn't really like them in New 52 either. Felt too flat and forced to me. Especially from Clark's side. I'll definitely give this show a try but as long as Superman and Wonder Woman do not become a couple in DCEU, I'm fine with it.

The New 52 romance was hit and miss with me. I think the main reason I dislike it (other than that I like Clark and Lois together) is that it felt cliched and done only because they were two of the most powerful big-name heroes DC had, not because there was a real connection that could be developed. I think the worst example of this was in the New 52 animated movies, where the two had NO chemistry whatsoever.

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@aros001: Yeah. Exactly. Superman, to me, has always been a character who surrounds himself with human for a reason. They ground him. Pairing him up with Diana felt completely cliched and uncharacteristic for Superman.

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@rbt said:

@aros001: Yeah. Exactly. Superman, to me, has always been a character who surrounds himself with human for a reason. They ground him. Pairing him up with Diana felt completely cliched and uncharacteristic for Superman.

But he.....*sigh* nevermind.

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Like the show very much, but always has a felling like there's something missing. Like the time Batman and Supes came to help Wonder Woman on themyscira; in JL, Diana got banish from the island, but in JLA, they just get away with the sidekick thing. There are more dark side of humanity, and unfairness in JL and JLU. But since the show just started, looking forward to more interesting stories.

The only thing that bugs me is how they portrayed Martian Manhunter, I thought he has restricted emotional expressions.

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I think something this show has in common with Batman: Brave and the Bold, something that makes them different from Teen Titans Go, is that the humor seems more respectful to its source material than TTG is.

I compare it to how stuff like Young Frankenstein or Dragon Ball Z Abridged differs from stuff like Epic Movie or Breaking Wind. Young Frankenstein or Dragon Ball Z Abridged will poke fun at the original source material and make tons of jokes about stuff that doesn't make sense or is just plain weird or strange logic in them, but you get the sense that it's being done by people who have a clear love for the original source material, which is the case with JLA and Brave and the Bold.

Whereas with Epic Movie, Breaking Wind, and far too often on TTG, the jokes are more "LOL! Look at how dumb this stuff in the original source was! Wasn't it stupid?! HERR HERR HERR!" and "LOL! Look how dumb we can make the characters act, even if it doesn't at all fit with how they were before!" You never really get the sense that the people behind these movies and shows care about what they're satirizing. They're just pointing at laughing at the original source after they farted in its face because it's easy comedy.

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@rbt said:

@aros001: Yeah. Exactly. Superman, to me, has always been a character who surrounds himself with human for a reason. They ground him. Pairing him up with Diana felt completely cliched and uncharacteristic for Superman.

While I'm sure they do help ground him somewhat, I'd argue Superman tends to be a pretty grounded character already. Even with all his power, he was still raised on a small farm in Kansas by kind and wise people and has a job in journalism, where Clark Kent not only writes to fight and expose corruption but often writes about the struggles of the little guy. He might be an alien but he was still raised human and knows what it means to be both. And, in just my personal views, I'd rather Lois be more of Clark's equal than just his tether to humanity. Someone he fell in love with because of who she is and not just what she represents about humanity (much in the same way Lois married Clark Kent, not Superman, because she loved him for who he was, not just what Superman was).

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  • Its an extremely shitty show if your ratting it on the scale of top tier Superhero cartoons...Like Justice League DCAU and Avengers EMH.
  • But if you accept it for what it is a silly, small children targeted Superhero show on the same level of Avengers Assemble and Ultimate Spider-man..Its a very good show...I would even as far to say that its comparable to Batman: The Brave and The Bold in terms of quality...Atleast the tone is comparable almost like a carbon copy.
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This reminds me of probably one of my favorite cartoons of all time, Megas XLR. Which is a show with the most basic of plots. A monster of the week show that stood out above all and I think was ahead of it's time. While the show was amazingly animated, I think that the comedy is what made it stand above all and how unapologetic it was regarding it's main characters. Comedy is subjective, but if the show managed to capture that level of wit maybe this show would have a much higher score,

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This reminds me of probably one of my favorite cartoons of all time, Megas XLR. Which is a show with the most basic of plots. A monster of the week show that stood out above all and I think was ahead of it's time. While the show was amazingly animated, I think that the comedy is what made it stand above all and how unapologetic it was regarding it's main characters. Comedy is subjective, but if the show managed to capture that level of wit maybe this show would have a much higher score,

Anybody else now afraid of Cartoon Network writing off the show for tax reasons?

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@aros001 said:
@saintwildcard said:

This reminds me of probably one of my favorite cartoons of all time, Megas XLR. Which is a show with the most basic of plots. A monster of the week show that stood out above all and I think was ahead of it's time. While the show was amazingly animated, I think that the comedy is what made it stand above all and how unapologetic it was regarding it's main characters. Comedy is subjective, but if the show managed to capture that level of wit maybe this show would have a much higher score,

Anybody else now afraid of Cartoon Network writing off the show for tax reasons?

Nah, they have a toyline. Not having one is what contributed majorly to XLR's death.

EDIT: I think the death of shows like that and Korra are why these studios are going with lower quality animation styles (like the PPG reboot).THey wanna save money so that the hurdle they need to jump isn't as high. It's why I believe Netflix will be King of Animation as well since they don't seem to mind dishing out money for high quality. With shows like Trollhunters and Voltron

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Superman x Diana ? ugh

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I've enjoyed what I've seen of it so far. It's fun and lighthearted with good action scenes.

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Love the show! If you guys have a problem with it, then maybe you should take note it was said to be aimed at 9 year old boys, due to focusing more on action. But I can see girls taking to this too because of Wonder Woman. My nieces love her. She has more personality than the other female Zatanna given the episodes are so short. You still get a distinctive feel of Diana and I think she is a cool role model for young girls. Confidence and strength. We need more of that for our girls. Superman does indeed have more balls and brains in this short episode than all of Man of Steel and Batman v Superman. And as someone who liked the SMWW comic pairing I will say this was well done. Why should kids be subjected to the nonsensical angst and stupidity we are subjected to in TV like Arrow or Smallville. I like you. You like me. It's good to be someone who likes you for you. Simple. Thank you Justice League Action.

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@aros001: Yeah. Exactly. Superman, to me, has always been a character who surrounds himself with human for a reason. They ground him. Pairing him up with Diana felt completely cliched and uncharacteristic for Superman.

You make Superman sound utterly xenophobic and racist. Which he is not and should never be. And if the reason is to save Lois out of everyone then he is not the hero he is suppose to be. Batman v Superman had him fixated so much on her he came off as a fool. Superman needing to only be with humans is a dumb thing that needs to be stopped. It paints a terrible picture of him. Look how Injustice Superman went nuts because of this. Dude had humans and his parents and Lois and everything but he learned nothing from that. DC needs to stop treating Diana as if she is someone who can't offer anything to anyone either. Just because she is powerful doesn't mean she isn't moral or lacks compassion or empathy or understanding. In fact she has tons of that. She doesn't need only a human man alone either to teach her love. It is ridiculous these prejudiced arguments people bring up in when the Universe these characters are set in is so diverse.

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@rbt said:

@aros001: Yeah. Exactly. Superman, to me, has always been a character who surrounds himself with human for a reason. They ground him. Pairing him up with Diana felt completely cliched and uncharacteristic for Superman.

You make Superman sound utterly xenophobic and racist. Which he is not and should never be. And if the reason is to save Lois out of everyone then he is not the hero he is suppose to be.

How did you get xenophobic and racist from that? And no one said he only cares about Lois.

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@rbt said:

@aros001: Yeah. Exactly. Superman, to me, has always been a character who surrounds himself with human for a reason. They ground him. Pairing him up with Diana felt completely cliched and uncharacteristic for Superman.

You make Superman sound utterly xenophobic and racist. Which he is not and should never be. And if the reason is to save Lois out of everyone then he is not the hero he is suppose to be.. It paints a terrible picture of him. Look how Injustice Superman went nuts because of this. Dude had humans and his parents and Lois and everything but he learned nothing from that. DC needs to stop treating Diana as if she is someone who can't offer anything to anyone either. Just because she is powerful doesn't mean she isn't moral or lacks compassion or empathy or understanding. In fact she has tons of that. She doesn't need only a human man alone either to teach her love. It is ridiculous these prejudiced arguments people bring up in when the Universe these characters are set in is so diverse.

How did I make Superman racist? Its not a big mystery that Clark has always wanted to be accepted as one of Earth's own and not be seen as an alien. That does not make him racist at all. And caring about Lois does not mean that he does not care about others. The reason Superman has been with Lois for as long as he has existed is because its part of his character. He can spend whole day flying around, bench-pressing mountains but in the end he comes home to a human life. Something which he always wanted.

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@sanohibiki Here is my brief thoughts on the 4 first episodes. hoping it picks up as it goes along

To add onto whether this is a good New 52 incarnation, I honestly can't say that it is. What made the New 52 version appealing to me was the his level one start while acting more in line like a normal farm boy with flaws and getting in over his head at times. This show isn't about character development, but more about action and comedy. The characters are where they need to be and fully formed for the most part. But even if we were to compare him to Greg Pak's run when he was more well adjusted, he lacks the levity and down to Earth vibe we saw in that. I've seen clips of him being cocky in one episode, but I've honestly not seen much else and can only go on by the 4 episodes of this show. Even in his date with Diana he feels a bit bland. He's not as stiff or old fashion as he was in the original JL series. It's too soon to judge, but I'll occasionally post on the SM/WW thread if any good moments between the two pop up and if the character has shown anything that would interest you.

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@saintwildcard said:

Here is my brief thoughts on the 4 first episodes. hoping it picks up as it goes along

To add onto whether this is a good New 52 incarnation, I honestly can't say that it is. What made the New 52 version appealing to me was the his level one start while acting more in line like a normal farm boy with flaws and getting in over his head at times. This show isn't about character development, but more about action and comedy. The characters are where they need to be and fully formed for the most part. But even if we were to compare him to Greg Pak's run when he was more well adjusted, he lacks the levity and down to Earth vibe we saw in that. I've seen clips of him being cocky in one episode, but I've honestly not seen much else and can only go on by the 4 episodes of this show. Even in his date with Diana he feels a bit bland. He's not as stiff or old fashion as he was in the original JL series. It's too soon to judge, but I'll occasionally post on the SM/WW thread if any good moments between the two pop up and if the character has shown anything that would interest you.

Hmm, so not "ideal" by any means, but more or less step in right direction?.. Compared to Timm's JL, where with exception of some good episodes Superman was kinda bland and obvious and, how you put it, stiff...

Thanks for review; guess I'll check it a bit later .)

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I just can't get into this show. The art is so off-putting and ugly.

Now this is attractive art

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Ummm....When does YJ3 start again?

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Ummm....When does YJ3 start again?

Well, it really depends on how far along with the writing they were. But by my estimates, it's probably from a year to two years from the Netflix announcement date.

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