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  • Info A sidekick is a close companion who is generally regarded as subordinate to the one he accompanies.
  • It was later passed on to their sidekicks and their team called Young Justice.
  • He won his second league title with the Sidekicks that year.
  • This person who you feel can make anything right, and you're proud to be their sidekick.
  • The Sidekicks released him during their pre-season training camp.
  • He scored the first-ever regular season goal in Sidekicks' history.
  • The sidekicks switched every week, although several were put in return appearances, always as different characters.
  • There is a small group of fans that do not like comic sidekicks.
  • A widely recognized supporting character for many years has been the young sidekick Robin.
  • To start the game a gender must be chosen and the player will get a sidekick character.
  • After his retirement, Powers spent two years as an assistant coach with the Sidekicks.
  • He played only five games with the Sidekicks, scoring a single playoff goal.
  • The film makes particular fun of the relationship between each detective and his or her sidekick.
  • He signed with the Sidekicks and would go on to play four summer indoor seasons with them.
  • Batman shows nothing but contempt for his former sidekick and plans his death the moment they face each other.
  • His sidekick, Plue, was also designed much earlier when he was in high school.
  • Otacon is widely regarded as one of the best sidekick type characters in video games.
  • In science fiction the sub-type of the alien sidekick has been established.
  • And I'd say, well can you tell me the name of the lead woman character in the film and her sidekick?
  • After that date, Sidekicks no longer had access to any data services, though voice service still functioned.
  • Many television talk shows make use of a sidekick as a co-host who anchors a show with the main star.
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