The two teams of Descendants finally have some time to talk things through, but as they do, we finally meet the dread Zales as he plots his next move.
The combined teams come face-to-face with the deadly monster behind the fire and it proves to be no walk n the park to defeat. Only through teamwork and ingenuity will our heroes be able to best this beast before it brings the whole building down around them.
The Mayfield Descendants agree to teach their LA counterparts everything they know about being independent heroes. And they get a chance to show it off in the field with a building fire. Only this fire might not be the run of the mill emergency it appears to be…
The long-awaited moment has arrived! West meets east as Alloy, Facsimile and Ephemeral guest star in the latest storyline from Descendants: LA!
Now that they know the truth, the Descendants LA members must decide what to do with it. But that might be complicated as someone on the other side of the country has their own suspicions.
It’s kind of a thing among amateur writers to cast their characters as if they were making a movie. It’s a fun, harmless little bit of day dreaming, and can actually help to flesh out the character by giving you a base to work on. And it insulates us from the cold, harsh reality of the fact that we don’t get to make that description and no matter who we want, any young non-buff, non-hearthtrob male will be played by Shia Lebouf.
I’m not really good at this game. Literally everyone in the world knows more about actors than I do. People always end up with a list of people from obscure cable shows and art-house movies and I’m left with a list composed mostly of people who get their names on posters for movies uncultured everydudes like me see.
But I am a voice acting buff, so I can and have cast Descendants: The Animated Series. Maybe I should have made this post about that. Oh well.
Anyway, I recently read somewhere that Tita Kubo, creator of the anime series Bleach, assigned theme songs to every member of his very large principle cast and I thought it was an … Continue reading
For years, a mysterious figure named George has watched over the Descendants, lending the occasional aide and respite with little being known about him. Now, George has come to visit the Descendants and he’s bringing with him the answer to one of the longest held secrets of The Descendants!
Morganna’s Knight Inexorable is unleashed. His name means ‘unstoppable’ and it’s anything but a hollow boast. Can the Descendants and Occult come together to form an immovable object before someone loses their life? They might need a little help with this one.
In this double sized Descendants Special, two and a half months leading up to Descendants Appreciation Day fly by and we get to see how the core cast deals with recent events and prepares for the future.
Kareem ibn Raimi Al-Utt
Date of Birth: March 3, 2053
Race/Ethnicity: Iranian American
Hair: brown Eyes: brown
First Appearance: Descendants #0
Kareem was born in Iran and moved to California with his parents when his father took a job offer as part of a team researching the then newly discovered astral plane. When Kareem displayed astral projection powers he decided, with his parents’ consent, to attend the Academy to make the most of them. Unfortunately, his time at the Academy was cut short by his kidnapping and imprisonment in a stasis cell.
Time in the cell damaged Kareem’s body and by the time Kareem was freed from his confinement, his body had fallen into a deep coma, leaving his astral projection as his only method of communication. Despite this, Kareem made fast friends at Freeland House, particularly with the depressed and reclusive Melissa even before Laurel created a network of devices that allowed Kareem to communicate via computer screen and speakers and travel miles from his comatose body.
Powers and Equipment: Possibly due to his unprecedented lengthy exposure to the astral plane, Kareem has developed abilities … Continue reading