BatangX na si G-boy #batangx #gboy #batang90s #fanart #illustration #sketch #doodle #comics #art #artph #giosdesk

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A-gel ng BatangX #batangx #agel #fanart #illustration #sketch #doodle #comics #art #artph #giosdesk

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3na ng BatangX #batangx #fanart #illustration #sketch #doodle #comics #art #artph #giosdesk

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Kidlat ng BatangX #fanart #illustration #sketch #doodle #comics #art #artph #batangx #90s #kidlat

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Control X Batang X #batangx #fanart #illustration #sketch #doodle #comics #art #artph #control

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Batang X Kidlat A-gel 3-na G-boy Control #fanart #illustration #sketch #doodle #art #artph #batangx

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I remember seeing Batang X when I was a kid and was fascinated with  the superhero team of kids set in the Philippines. With the Popularity of the X-Men, Batang X is a perfect local representation. I was a kid, and I want to be a super hero. There were Komiks adaptation and even a TV series in ABC 5 (I think). It was shown a little late but I struggle to watch it. The cast from the Movies reprised their role on TV except for John Pratts as Kidlat.

Batang X illustration by giosdesk