Alethea & Athena (double_dear) wrote,
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One more mystery solved

Speedy was on Justice League today! He looked older than in Teen Titans, so I guess it's safe to assume that Justice League: Unlimited takes place after Teen Titans, and that Flash and Kid Flash are the same Flash.

On a different note, last night we finally got through Final Fantasy VIII, and, in case anyone was in dire suspense to know the motion model for Squall, it was not, in fact, Gackt, and was a man by the name of Toshiharu Amao. I guess it's possible that Amao-san is Gackt's secret identity, but Wikipedia has a whole bit disproving the Gackt-as-Squall theory in their Gackt article. So we did a brief search on Amao-san, and all we got was FFVIII fansites. As it turns out, we could have found out who all the motion models were without playing through the game, but where's the fun in that?

Tonight I'm thankful that I got to eat pizza today, that the phone bill is now all taken care of, and for lemon-lime soda, Fushigi Yuugi marathons, and cute episodes of the Justice League.

EDIT: For all you Firefly fans out there, we just looked up the voices of all the heroes on JLU today, and apparently the guy who plays Vigilante was Captain Malcolm "Mal" Reynolds in Firefly.
Tags: final fantasy viii, justice league
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