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Meanwhile.... at the Hall of Justice. If you are old enough to know exactly what the Hall of Justice is, then you are our demographic.

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    • TV & Film
    • 5.0 • 361 Ratings

Meanwhile.... at the Hall of Justice. If you are old enough to know exactly what the Hall of Justice is, then you are our demographic.

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    383. X-Men/X-Men '97's Mr. Sinister, Chris Britton

    383. X-Men/X-Men '97's Mr. Sinister, Chris Britton

    WARNING: Do not listen to this episode unless you have seen the 2024 Marvel Animation/Disney+ release "X-Men ‘97” or do not mind hearing key plot points.

    Chris Britton played Mr. Sinister during the 1990s X-Men: The Animated Series and the current continuation series X-Men '97. The classically trained Canadian actor tells the story of how he came into the role initially in the 90s as well as the process of re-auditioning for this new series. Britton explains what Sinister has meant to him and his career, and his experience with fans at various comic-cons around the world. He also comments on the new show with opinions on plot decisions.

    • 53 min
    382. Star Wars: Tales of the Empire REVIEW (SPOILERS)

    382. Star Wars: Tales of the Empire REVIEW (SPOILERS)

    WARNING: Do not listen to this episode unless you have seen the 2024 Disney+/Lucasfilm release "Star Wars: Tales of the Empire” or do not mind hearing key plot points.

    Tales of the Empire is a 6-part mini-series. It is technically Season 2 of the anthology series Tales of the Jedi. The first three episodes tell the backstory of Nightsister Morgan Elsbeth. The second half of the episodes focuses on former Jedi Barriss Offee.

    Star Wars Insider JC Reifenberg returns to the podcast to discuss the latest offering.

    In this episode, they discuss the differences between the characters' relevance in Empire as opposed to Tales of the Jedi. They also discuss what this series' impact is in the Star Wars saga.

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    • 32 min
    381. Voice Actor James Arnold Taylor

    381. Voice Actor James Arnold Taylor

    James Arnold Taylor's versatile vocal range has given him success in every facet of the voice-over industry. His voice is heard all over the world daily and you would never know it's just one person. James's most notable credits are: Obi-Wan Kenobi from Star Wars: The Clone Wars (2008), Leonardo from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2012), Johnny from Johnny Test (2005), Green Arrow from Batman: The Brave and the Bold (2008), Harry Osborn from The Spectacular Spider-Man (2008).

    This episode was recorded at Fan Expo Philadelphia 2024. Taylor discusses his range from Kenobi to Fred Flintstone. He also was a producer on Star Wars insider JC Reifenberg's fan film “Summer '78.” JC chimes in and tells the story of how that came to be.

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    • 25 min
    380. Star Wars: The Bad Batch – Season 3 REVIEW (SPOILERS)

    380. Star Wars: The Bad Batch – Season 3 REVIEW (SPOILERS)

    WARNING: Do not listen to this episode unless you have seen the 2024 Disney+/Lucasfilm release "Star Wars: The Bad Batch (Season 3)” or do not mind hearing key plot points.

    The Bad Batch is a spinoff of the animated series The Clone Wars and takes place shortly after the events of Episode III – Revenge of the Sith. Season 3 was the final season and was completed on May 1, 2024. It stars Dee Bradley Baker as all the clones, including all the male members of the Bad Batch. Michelle Ang voices Omega. Dave Filoni created the show.

    Star Wars Insider JC Reifenberg returns to the podcast to discuss how compelling this series is despite it being about characters that previously had no ties to the Star Wars saga. Their adventure impacts other stories, and Reifenberg breaks it all down.

    • 38 min
    379. Crisis on Infinite Earths, Part 2 REVIEW w/writer Jim Krieg

    379. Crisis on Infinite Earths, Part 2 REVIEW w/writer Jim Krieg

    WARNING: Do not listen to this episode unless you have seen the 2024 WBD/DC Universe release "Justice League: Crisis on Infinite Earths – Part 2" or do not mind hearing key plot points.

    Justice League: Crisis on Infinite Earths – Part 1 is the newest WBD/DC Universe release and the first of a trilogy that concludes the “Tomorrowverse” cluster of films. That continuity began in 2020 with Superman: Man of Tomorrow. Crisis is based on the 1985-1986 epic crossover from DC Comics. It is not to be confused with the Crisis crossover in the “Arrowverse” that aired on the CW.

    All three films were written by Jim Krieg, who joined the show. He's agreed to review all three parts here on the podcast. In this episode, Krieg talks about the need for proper backstories for Supergirl, Psycho Pirate, and the Monitor. He also discussed how Part 2 is a bridge between 1 and 3, and how tied into each other the films are.

    • 42 min
    378. Invincible (Season 2) REVIEW (SPOILERS)

    378. Invincible (Season 2) REVIEW (SPOILERS)

    Warning: Do not listen to this episode unless you have seen Season 2 of the Amazon Prime animated series “Invincible” or do not mind hearing key plot points.

    Invincible is an animated series based on the comic book of the same name. It's created by Robert Kirkman and airs on Amazon Prime. Season 2 begins with the aftermath of the cataclysmic events of Season 1. Mark Grayson (Invincible) deals with the apparent loss of his father and tries to navigate college and social life as well as being a superhero.

    Acclaimed sportscaster Robin Lundberg, a longtime comic-book genre fan, joins the show to review Season 2.

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    • 49 min

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361 Ratings

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