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.
For advertising opportunities on this show, or any of the other shows on our network, contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
204. The Boys Season 2 REVIEW (SPOILERS)
WARNING: Don't listen to this episode until you have seen Season 2 of The Boys or don't mind revealing plot points.
Seth and Victor review Season 2 of the Amazon Prime Hit Show The Boys. Much like season 1, there are really no complaints. They discuss all the intricate plot points and character development. They discuss the impact of Stormfront, to the arc of Homelander, and much more.
The guys discuss how this show differs from the comic book, and how showrunner Eric Kripke took elements from his previous shows to make this show as outstanding as it is.
Yes, it's a really positive review.
203. Batman-Death in the Family voices Zehra Fazal and Vincent Martella
Acclaimed voice actors Zehra Fazal and Vincent Martella joined the show to talk about their respective films in the new direct-to-video Batman-Death in the Family. Fazal plays Talia Al Ghul while Martella voices Jason Todd, also known in this film as Robin, Red Robin, Red Hood, and more.
Fazal has appeared in such animated series as Young Justice: Outsiders, She-Ra Princess of Power, Voltron: Legendary Defender, and many more. She discusses her role at Talia and how she researched the part. Plus, she spoke about the amazing fan following that lead to the revival of Young Justice.
Martella is known worldwide for voice Phineas in the iconic show Phineas and Ferb. He spoke about his voice acting career, and how it felt to revisit Jason Todd, a role he played as a teenager in the film Batman: Under the Red Hood.
202. Batman-Death in the Family Director Brandon Vietti
Acclaimed animation director, producer, and storyboard artist Brandon Vietti visits the show to discuss his latest film "Batman-Death in the Family." The film is interactive and is set in the continuity of the 2010 DC Universe film Batman-Under the Red Hood.” Vietti explains how this film comes from a comic book story from the 1980's where fans could call a 900 phone number to vote whether Jason Todd would die. (Fans voted to kill Robin then.)
Vietti is also the co-creator of the massively popular series Young Justice. He discusses He also has worked on countless DC animated programs as well as Spider-Man and Masters of the Universe.
Finally, Victor Dandridge joins the show to discuss his Kickstarter project http://kck.st/2GfZ5KC for his original comic book series, The Trouble With Love.
201. Eddie Pence
Eddiots, gather round! Longtime Stand-Up Comic Eddie Pence joins the show and since he does 3 podcasts a day, he's an expert at, well, podcasting! Eddie co-hosts the Ralph Report on Patreon Monday-Friday, as well as hosts Radio.com's "Swings and Mrs." weekdays as well. He also hosts the Ramble with fellow comedian Jerry Rocha.
Eddie recently released his first comedy special, entitled "Eddie Pence: The (Un)special Comedy Special." It is available on iTunes and other digital distributors.
Eddie is a huge super-hero, Star Wars, comic book, movie fan. The conversation turns quickly to the Last Jedi, the DC Universe, and much more. He also explains how he got involved in the Ralph Report, which Seth believes is the funniest podcast out of all the podcasts in the world.
Check out Eddie's comedy special at https://itunes.apple.com/us/movie/eddie-pence-the-un-special-comedy-special/id1524194871
Follow Eddie on Twitter @eddiepence. https://twitter.com/eddiepence
200. The 200th Episode
The 200th episode of the Hall of Justice is an homage to this show. Brought to you "docu-style," the show tells the story of the origin of this podcast through the present day. It covers the conception of the show, with clips from dozens of previous episodes. Hear from Zack Snyder, Kevin Smith, Ben Affleck, Kevin Conroy, Todd McFarlane, and much more. There are legendary comic book creators, voice actors, and casts of Smallville, Arrow, X-Men, Hear the first moments of Episode 1, the introduction of Victor Dandridge, and the various movies reviews. Plus, unique topics that covered adult subjects in the genre of superheroes.
Thanks to all the subscribers and followers of this podcast. Here's to 200 more episodes.
199. Tribute to Chadwick Boseman
This episode is dedicated to the memory of Chadwick Boseman.
The Black Panther star died from colon cancer at age 43.
Victor Dandridge returns and they talk about his outstanding legacy left behind.
Since this is the Hall of Justice podcast, they also talk about the impact of Boseman's passing on the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and more specifically, Black Panther 2.
They discuss the possibility of recasting the role. When did Marvel know he was sick? Will this franchise make another movie? Did they have a plan for this eventuality after Boseman was sick for four years.
Customer ReviewsSee All
Not only does the “Hall of Justice” makes for a phenomenal title for those of us that grew with the classic cartoon, the podcast and host Seth Everett provides really great content with big name guest stars and timely content. Seth’s a great host with a great hosting voice! Definitely check it out!
I love this podcast.
Great Content, Harsh Audio Levels
The episodes are great. They cover different topics each week so there’s a nice variety. Please lower the volume of your outro music. I’m tired of having to scramble for my volume controls at the end of every episode so my ears don’t explode.