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Much better I'm sure. All part of the new Ultimate Marvel Animated Universe.
(Russian babe Natalia Romanova gets her very first spotlight series!)
Main Voice Cast:
Natalia Alianova Romanova/Black Widow: Olivia D'Abo
General Nick Fury: Andre Ware
Jessica Drew/Spider-Woman: Alyssa Milano (recurring interconnecting role with her own series.)
Dr. Tania Belinskaya: Maryam D'Abo (recurring role)
Episode One: The Widow In Black, The Spider in Red
Jessica Drew guest stars in this crossover origin episode about one of the most alluring and beautiful Russian superheroines in the Marvel Universe. It is thirteen years after the debacle which led to the bitter relationship between Natalia Romanoff and Jessica Drew, as the two women are now SHIELD agents, and old wounds start to fester as Natalia meets Jessica for the first time in thirteen years at Le Klub Kool to tell her former friend the real story of how the both of them got their powers and abilities as sickly children. The similarities between their dark origins are almost uncanny as the two tell their stories of how they emerged from the same experiment that was conducted by Jonathan Drew for two different world powers at the same time in the same year, and how Natalia, later a promising 15-year ballerina, and Jessica, a 15-year-old cheerleader, were recruited by the Taskmaster to train with him to serve in two of the most dangerous organizations at the time: HYDRA and the KGB, and the different paths they took after that which led to the present day. It's both the Marvel True Superhero Story of the Black Widow and the MTSS update on the spectacular Spider-Woman, all in this one hour episode!
Episode Two: The Return of Julia Carpenter
Now called Natalie Roman (Americanized from her real name, Natalia Romanoff), and as this story continues, she and Jessica find themselves involved in a mission to find their best friend, Julia Cornwall (Jennifer Hale), who they also haven't seen in almost a decade and a half! But, when they find her in Denver, Colorado, she is now called Julia Carpenter, and has an eight-year-old daughter, Rachel (Dakota Fanning), from a failed marriage. But thing go from bad to worse, as Rachel is kidnapped by that rat-bast**d Ringmaster (Cliff De Young) and his wife, Princess Python (Fairuza Balk), when the Circus of Crime come to town looking for more children to kill since their last failed attempt in New York's Hell's Kitchen in the Daredevil spotlight two segments ago! Can the Black Widow and Spider-Woman help Julia rescue Rachel from this maniacal circus before she becomes their next victim?
Episode Three: The Red Guardian Reborn
Actresses and real-life cousins Olivia and Maryam D'Abo lend their voices in this episode which finds Natalia dealing with the return of the Russian killing machine Omega Red (Ralf Moeller) as he makes his appearance in the United States to assassinate the princess of Morvania, Adrianna (Cathianne Blore), when she visits for a peace summit between the two nations. But, there's a new Russian superheroine named the Red Guardian that has arrived, and it's triggered Natalia's memories of her late husband, Alexei Shostakov, the first Red Guardian! But, will this newbie be able to help the Black Widow protect Princess Adrianna from the menace of Omega Red at the United Nations, or is Tania Belinskaya's days numbered? Plus, what is the connection between this Morvanian teen princess and a certain American lookalike girl named Kimber?
Episode Four: The Widow, The Princess, and the Party Girl
Remember Adrianna and Kimber, the two redheads mentioned in the last episode? Well, Princess Adrianna is about to meet a 15-year-old high-school student last seen in the Civil War and Elektra spotlights, as news of Adrianna's visit to New York hits Forest Hills, and she wants her favorite singer, Jacqui "Jem" Benton (Marlene Aragon), to make a command appearance at the Morvanian consulate! But, add an appearance by Kimber (Kelly Sheridan) and Mary Jane Watson (Jennifer Hale), at Princess Adrianna's event, and Natalia's assignment to protect the princess turns into the first-ever meeting of "The League of Ravishing Redheads" when the three redheaded girls end up helping the Black Widow (herself a redhead!) and Jem deal with the menace of the Titanium Man when he crashes the party! Where's Iron Man when you need him?
Episode Five: When Redheads and Rocker Chicks Attack!
Things go from bad to extremely worse, as this storyline comes to a close when Kimber, Mary Jane and Adrianna successfully help Natalia and Kimber's mother Jacqui take the Titanium Man down, only to find all of them dealing with the arrival of a top-level SHIELD liaison to G.I. Joe named Alison Hart-Burnett, aka Lady Jaye (Lisa Ann Beley), and the appearance of a very dangerous Australian biker gang called the Dreadnoks when they arrive in the U.S.! But, what do they have to do with the Titanium Man's appearance at the party, and a 16-year-old pink-haired Goth girl named Zarana that Kimber met during Jacqui's performance that's got even the Black Widow concerned? Only in the Marvel Universe, folks!...
Next: The Punisher
Topic: Civil War and the new Ultimate Marvel Animated Universe - Part Three
Today we're gonna focus on what is to be the longest-standing group of Hasbro characters that had their comic-book origins grounded in the Marvel Universe for more than a decade, the Real American Heroes known as...
Group: Marvel Universe/S.H.I.E.L.D.
YO JOE!!! It's a battle cry synonymous with a group of hard-charging, fighting men and women of the United States Armed Forces we've come to know as G.I. JOE, as they fight the diabolical forces of the subversive organization known as COBRA today as they did in the 1980's.
But, today's G.I. JOE animated series are getting plain-jane ridiculous, and it's time to end Paramount's and 4Kids' reign over the series, and for Hasbro to give Marvel one more chance to go back to the basic original characters that made this funky series great.
If I were to restart a Joe series, give us back the original format of the series, but with one slight and necessary change: Make the Joe organization a sister unit of SHIELD. (Yes, but under the military command of General Clayton Abernathy (Hawk), who shares the same five-star rank as General Nicholas Fury of SHIELD). In fact, both groups can work together on difficult missions involving COBRA, HYDRA, AIM, and many of the Marvel Universe's most dangerous villains.
As for the basic roster line-up, Master Sergeant Conrad S. Hauser (Duke), Lt. Dashiell Faireborn (Flint), Specialist Alison Hart-Burnett (Lady Jaye), and Specialist Shana O'Hara (Scarlett), as well as Gunnery Sergeant Marvin S. Hinton (Roadblock), Lt. Hector Delgado (Shipwreck), Army Medical Specialist Carl W. Greer (Doc), and Night Infiltration Specialist Cooper MacBride (Low-Light) are the main characters that help lead the team, since they are also SHIELD agents.
There are so many more Joes in this group, including Beach Head, Gung Ho, Rock and Roll, Lifeline, Cover-Girl, Bazooka, Alpine, Ace, Wet-Suit, Deep-Six, Dusty, Heavy Duty, Tunnel Rat and Cutter, that it would take a good long post to name them all.
But besides those listed, there are two very important teams that work within the Marvel Universe as part of the Joe squad that are responsible for assisting the MU's heroes and mutants whenever the main Joe squad is not needed. They are:
Ninja Force: This stealth infiltration and reconnaisance force is the Joe team's deadliest group. Led by the silent ninja Snake-Eyes, it consists of Quick-Kick, Wind sabre, Jinx and Kamakura, and are sometimes joined by Marvel martial-arts heroes Shang-Chi and Iron Fist when needed.
Slaughter's Marauders: This group of super-strong misfits are the rogue unit of G.I. Joe, and come in for the dirtiest assignments. Currently, the group consists of Sergeant Slaughter, Mercer, Red Dog, Taurus, Big Lob, Law and Order, and Chuckles. Marvel's contributors to this group are Free Spirit, Jack Flag, Skids, Frog-Man, and Rusty Collins.
Speaking of which, Joe's involvement in the Marvel Civil War will be on three fronts: to help SHIELD gather unregistered heroes and train them for G.I. JOE and other government agencies, help Captain America deal with the ongoing mess involving the heroes themselves, and to stop the amassed recruitment of Marvel's superpowered and mutant population by COBRA and its allies. But, are these guys biting off more than they can chew?
Next Hasbro Spotlight: Transformers Universe
Frank Castle: The Punisher
(Marvel's most dangerous anti-hero in his very first animated Spotlight!)
Frank Castle (nee Castiglione)/The Punisher: Thomas Jane
Episode One: A Soldier's Justice
In this one-hour premiere episode, meet Lt. Col. Frank Castle, decorated Marine hero of Desert Storm and former police officer with the New York City Police Department. When his wife and two children are gunned down by gangland thugs working for the Kingpin (Roscoe Lee Browne), and the police fail to do anything about it, not to mention kick him off the force for suspicious reasons, Frank must resort to his own brand of vigilante justice in his new guise as the Punisher!
Episode Two: Bullets and Blades
The Punisher finds himself caught up in a war involving a powerful ninja clan and the Japanese Yakuza when he meets a young girl named Kimiko Arashikage (Shu Qi). There's one thing though: Kimiko is the 17-year old baby sister of Thomas Arashikage (Francois Chau), the ninja assassin known as Stormshadow! And when you add his hated rival Snake-Eyes to the mix in this martial-arts adventure, there's gonna be a lot more bodies added to the death toll when Frank, Stormshadow, and Snake-Eyes get finished with the Yakuza's hired assassins in this episode!
Episode Three: The Devil's Advocate
Matt Murdock (Edward L. Albert) guest stars in an adventure which finds Frank at odds with the Man Without Fear, Daredevil, when the two heroes find themselves dealing with a dangerous government assassin and drug addict named Nuke (Henry Rollins) after he murders the five-year-old son of a prominent New York congressman fighting to get a child protection law passed in the State Congress! But, will Daredevil and the Punisher's ideological differences get in the way of their mission of justice?
Episode Four: Jigsaw
Frank's military past comes back to haunt him when he deals with an ex-Marine who has turned to a life of crime. But the real shocker comes when he is face-to-face with the man, now called Jigsaw (John Beck), who has put a bounty on Frank for accidentally disfiguring him in a botched mission during Desert Storm. Now, the Punisher must bring him down before he kills a group of people on a tour bus in this harrowing adventure!
Episode Five: A Tale of Two Franks
Frank Martin (Jason Statham), the Transporter, makes his very first appearance in the Punisher series as he is involved in teaming up with another man named Frank - Frank Castle - in bringing down an ex-Royal Air Force commander turned bioterrorist named Major Sebastian Bludd (Michael Dobson), who plans to release a deadly new viral weapon upon both the United States and the United Kingdom in 24 hours, resulting in the deaths of five million people in both countries combined in this special episode!
Next: TTA: Civil War - Arc Two
Topic: Civil War and the new Ultimate Marvel Animated Universe, Part Three
Hypesters, Part three of this cross-universe topic brings us to what is the most popular Hasbro characters in the last 22 years, and the group that brings the entire Marvel superhero universe together if things go my way. You know them, you love them, it's those crazy guys from the planet Cybertron known as the...
Group: The entire Marvel Universe, nuff said!
You know the story: a battle on Cybertron between two warring factions, the Autobots, led by Optimus Prime, and the Decepticons, led by Megatron. Suddenly, the two groups bring their battle to Earth, four million years after they crashlanded on our planet! Now the real fun begins.
Even though I'm enjoying Transformers Cybertron on Cartoon Network right now, I am longing for the return of the original bad-ass Sunbow/Marvel series from 1984-1988 on that same channel. And, even though IDW is doing the current adventures in comic form, many Transfans out there would like to see Marvel Comics get back in Hasbro's good graces concerning the Robots In Disguise. 'Nuff Said!
My idea for Marvel's return of the Transformers is the same as before, but with a few twists: Optimus and the old gang are still there, but now they are joined by his life-mate Alita-One and her band of female Transformers, including her little sister Arcee. Plus, all of the TF Autobots have adopted brand-new vehicle forms based on real-life automobile models, a la Transformers Alternators/Binaltech (Check out Ironhide's life-mate Chromia as the new black Misfits Van from "Jem" in a future TF story in the Marvel Spotlight).
As for the Decepticons, Megatron's still a Walther P38 pistol, but a with a catch: when merged with a large tank, his spark is transferred to the tank mode, turning him into a Super-sized robot with the pistol as a weapon. He can transform into robot mode in both versions. The other Decepticons have vehicle modes based on military vehicles used by the U.S. Armed Forces and various Marvel Universe terrorist organizations. You want female Decepticons, you got 'em, as Megatron has his own female counterpart in Lady Nightbird, who is a COBRA Nightraven S3P Stratofighter, and just as deadly as she is bewitchingly beautiful in robot mode!
Based on the fact that Spider-Man made an appearance in TF#2 in '84, I think that Transformers has a rich history with the MU and that more of the human heroes and villains of the MU should make appearances in this animated series, a move that was not made in the show's original run. (Imagine heroes like Iron Man and the X-Men in episodes of Transformers!).
Which leads me to the creation of a sub-group of Autobots and Decepticons that act within the Marvel Universe called the Shape-Shifters. They are specialized robot Sentinels outfitted with Cybertronian technology attuned to the individual Marvel hero or villain (Spider-Man's Autobot counterpart becomes his Spider-Mobile, or the Fantastic Four's Fantasticar becomes an Autobot Transformer.) Imagine the possibilities! It's something Hasbro must think about when they decide to expand their TF line to include Marvel characters in 2007.
The Witwicky family and the Bentons (again, from Jem) are the main characters in the fanfic series, but the first real test for the Robots in Disguise will be in Civil War, as Tony Stark, Iron Man, makes a shady deal with Megatron that could have dire consequences for human, superhuman, mutant and Transformer alike as the Superhuman Registration Act is passed, leading to a myriad of situations that will bring this whole deal to its penultimate conclusion when the final shot is fired, affecting everyone involved!
Next Hasbro Spotlight: Visionaries: Knights of the Magical Light
Tales to Astonish: Civil War-Arc Two
(The journey to the new Ultimate Marvel Animated Universe continues)
Voice Cast: Already announced in Arc One.
Episode Six: Unmaskings and Revelations
The road to Civil War heats up as Peter Parker finally reveals to the whole world that he is Spider-Man. Meanwhile, the Superhuman Registration Act is passed, which sets in motion the Beyonder's plans for the 616 Universe! Later, at Le Klub Kool, Pizzazz and the Misfits are witnesses to her cousin Johnny Storm getting beat up by pro-Registration forces, escalating the rocker chicks and their punk-rock allies into a full-blown brawl with the people involved, resulting in the deaths of 100 people at the club and a violent showdown with Sentinels from the Office of National Emergency under the command of James Rhodes! And if that's not enough, just as J. Jonah Jameson is about to expose Peter Parker in the media, the Daily Bugle is mysteriously bought from under him by a slimy Hollywood tabloid king named Pitt Slurmann (Christopher Daniel Barnes), who quickly ousts JJJ as publisher of the Bugle! But, who is Pitt Slurmann, and what is his connection to Peter Parker? Could he be really his cousin Ben Reilly, the original Scarlet Spider, who retired a few years ago? And, who are the twin redheads Crystal and Cassandra Kane, and what is their connection to both Kimber Benton and a top-secret Stark Enterprises special-weapons program called the Centurion Project? Can you say "PowerXtreme?"
Episode Seven: Civil Liberties
The attack on the Sentinel Squad by the Misfits, and other attacks by anti-Registration forces, have given Captain America the courage to choose a side when just as new SHIELD director Maria Hill wants Cap and the G.I. Joe team to work with them to recruit the rest of the superhuman community, General Hawk has Director Hill assassinated by Snake-Eyes, and Cap turns on SHIELD by bringing Hawk and the Joes into a battle with the agency itself for the lives of several hundred unregistered Supers, including Hawk's own son Scott, and a brand-new rock-group called the Leatherettes, led by a mutant named Lila Cheney! And meanwhile, Tony sides with the pro-Registration crowd, but not before making a dark and decisive deal with both COBRA and the Decepticons to deliver registered Supers to them in exchange for secret Cybertronian tech, much to the dismay of Optimus Prime and the Autobots, who join up with Captain America and the Joes to stop him later on! And, where's Nick Fury in all this? And, what does it have to do with the murder of a prominent Army colonel once tied to his old unit, the Howling Commandos, and the appearance of the man's rock-star son Rory and his band, the Stingers?
Episode Eight: A Line in the Sand, or Civil War, from Jerrica and Kimber's Point of View!
This episode brings little Kimber back into the picture, but it also introduces us to her older sister, 18-year-old Jerrica Benton (Samantha Newark), whose family is much involved in the Civil War as everyone else in the Marvel Universe!. And, when Emmett Benton finds out that his boss Tony Stark has been screwing his daughter Jerrica, it brings the girls right into the thick of things, as the entire Benton family turns on Stark and joins Cap's resistance movement at which time Jerrica is introduced to a young Super named Rio Pacheco (Rino Romano) and Kimber to a mutant named Sean Harrison (Richard Ian Cox), as the girls become the latest reporters on the front line of Civil War alongside Lindsey Pierce and Ben Urich!
Episode Nine: Zarana's Story
Remember that pink-haired punkette from Australia that we met in the Black Widow spotlight three posts back? Well, here she is again. Meet Zarana Dante (Tabitha St. Germain), Kimber's new friend from the party a while back. And man, does she have a story to tell you, as she and her brothers Zartan and Zandar, mutants all, become involved in the Civil War on different sides as she and twin brother Zandar (Matt Hill) join Cap's side, while older brother Zartan and his Dreadnoks side with that adulterous Tony Stark and his new friends from COBRA and the Decepticons! But, will Zarana's friendship with Kimber be the deciding factor as everyone prepares for full scale-war within the MU, And what happens when a tabloid talk-show host named Harriet Horne (Joy Behar) comes into the picture on the side of Tony Stark, whose 25-year-old daughter he slept with two years ago? Will she be the one to destroy the Armored Avenger? Find out in Story Twenty-Five of the Marvel Spotlight!
Episode Ten: The Wakandan Factor
Civil War is beginning to affect even the marriage of King T'Challa (Jeffrey Sams) and Ororo Munroe (Kristen Williamsen), as the actions of many of Marvel's superheroes and villains have begun to put a strain on the political and diplomatic relationship between the U.S. and Wakanda, just as two of the Black Panther's longtime friends, Captain America and Iron Man, are on opposite sides of the conflict, and Sepentor (Dan Gauthier) and Starscream (Michael Dobson) launch an assault on Wakanda with their combined Serpent Society and Decepticon Transformer groups to steal massive amounts of Vibranium for their ships, forcing the Panther and Storm to fight back in this episode!
Concluded in Story Twenty-Five
Next: Ghost Rider
how about a scene whwer iron man while tracking down unregistered supers comes upon a man in a blue and grey costume and shark mask and when shellhead tries to arrest him after he refuses to speak he find out he's NOT an unregistered super but pro wrestler SHARK BOY who was doing a personal appeareance when he got snagged into the civil war [since the REAL shark boy never speaks while in character his storyline alter ego could be explained as a contractual obligation not to speak which gets him into this mess]
Good Idea, Gene. Especially since I'm going to extend the storyline to Story Thirty Five.
thanks glad you like it
Johnny Blaze: Ghost Rider
(Johnny Blaze is here in his very first full Spotlight series!)
Main Voice Cast:
Johnny Blaze/Ghost Rider: Richard Grieco
Daniel Ketch: Matt Hill
Jeff Wright/Bullet Biker: Sam Vincent
Mephisto: Frank Welker
Zarathos: Mark "The Undertaker" Calloway
Episode One: A Blaze of Glory
The premiere episode of this series focuses on popular motorcycle daredevil Johnny Blaze, who, after witnessing the murder of his mentor, Crash Simpson, makes a deal with the demon lord Mephisto to become a nightmarish harbinger of justice and vengeance called the Ghost Rider in this one-hour origin episode!
Episode Two: Of Blazes and Bullets
If I could just flip the script on a classic 1986 Jem episode called "Starbright" for a minute here, I would like to focus this Ghost Rider ep on one of the show's characters:
This episode centers on Johnny Blaze visiting an old friend named Jack Wright (Gary Chalk), a Hollywood B-movie producer who is about to make his action movie starring his more famous son, Jeff Wright. But, there's something wrong with this picture when the movie mogul is targeted by a rival studio boss named Howard Sands, and a mysterious blue-garbed superhero makes his appearance in the presence of the Ghost Rider as the two daredevils must join forces to stop Sands' hired assassins from killing both Jack and Jeff Wright in this wild adventure!
Episode Three: Aja
Set within the events of Civil War, Ol' Flamehead finds himself on a mission of mercy when a member of Jacqui Benton's old girl group, the Starlights, by the name of Mai Lin (Karen Maruyama), entrusts Johnny to deliver her twelve-year-old daughter, Aja (Moneca Stori), to her friend at Starlight House before she dies! The reason, an ancient Chinese demon has put a curse on Aja's entire family and the blue-haired child may be next! But when Ghost Rider gets to Forest Hills to meet Jacqui (Marlene Aragon), he finds himself facing not only the demon dragon himself, but also a renegade group of Sentinels from the Office of National Emergency under the monster's control in this Civil War tie in!
Episode Four: Sheila
Ghost Rider (and Johnny Blaze) find themselves in Jolly Olde England, where they meet up with an 80's era punk-rock saxman named Charles "Chill" Burns (Anthony Stewart Head), who needs the Spirit of Vengeance's help in rescuing his musically-talented niece, Sheila Burns (Venus Terzo), from his con man brother, Robert Burns (Alexis Denisof), who just made a terrifying deal with the dark demon Blackheart to take his 16-year-old daughter's soul in exchange for immortality! Can Ghost Rider get young Sheila away from her maniacal father before it's too late? And, is there more to this "Jetta Sax" than meets the eye?
Episode Five: Child of Rage, Spirit of Vengeance
The Incredible Hulk (Fred Tatasciore) guest stars in this 2006 update on the classic 1996 Hulk episode of the same name, as Ghost Rider finds himself helping Dr. Bruce Banner (Michael Massee) and the Hulk escape the Army's Hulkbuster unit when he is framed for the murder of Major Glen Talbot (Kevin Schon), only to face the real killer: The Abomination himself!
Next: Black Panther
(The African king T'Challa in his very first Marvel Spotlight!)
Main Voice Cast:
King T'Challa/Black Panther: Jeffrey Sams
Queen Ororo Munroe/Storm: Kristen Williamsen
Because of the upcoming Lions Gate video release, Ultimate Avengers 2: Rise of the Panther, there will be no origin episode at this time.
Episode One: Robots and Reptiles on the Rampage in Wakanda!
Continuing from the Civil War spotlight in Story Twenty, T'Challa and Ororo face a daunting task in dealing with the combined forces of the Serpent Society and the Decepticons as they invade Wakanda. But, Starscream and Serpentor (Michael Dobson and Dan Gauthier) didn't count on Storm's mutant powers, or the fact that a new Autobot panther named Battle Ravage (Frank Welker) has arrived on the scene along with a jet-black Cybertronian jet named Onyx (Cynthia McGee) to battle alongside the new royal couple with the entire Wakandan military in this episode!
Episode Two: Shana and Regine
T'Challa gets a visit from an old friend of his in Reginald Cesaire (Phillip Michael Thomas) and his wife Gabrielle (Olivia Brown), who in turn bring along their two daughters, 17-year-old Shana (Maria Canals) and 14-year-old Regine (Kimberly Brooks) to Wakanda for the wedding, especially when it's both Cesaire sisters who are the ones making Ororo's wedding dress! But, when Reginald, a United Nations envoy, is kidnapped by forces linked to the evil organization HYDRA, it's Shana and Regine who are the ones helping the Panther and Storm get their father back!
Episode Three: Sound Waves
When an evil land baron and extortionist named Ulysses Klaw (Charlie Adler) arrives in Wakanda looking to plunder the country's Vibranium mines for his new sonic weapon, the Panther springs into action. But that's nothing compared to the arrival of Megatron's most dangerous operative: Soundwave, who's looking to exterminate Klaw for betraying him a while back. Can T'Challa be able to take down this 30-foot-tall Decepticon with the help of Battle Ravage? Bet on it!
Episode Four: Hard Candy
Black Panther comic-book writer and Black Entertainment Televison president Reginald Hudlin makes a special voice over appearance as a network executive named Arthur Julian, who has come to do a special on the Black Panther's marriage to Storm. And, he's brought his handsome 19-year-old aspiring filmmaker son Anthony (Walter Emmanuel Jones) to the African nation to film it! But, romantic sparks fly when Anthony meets with Shana Cesaire, the teen from Episode Two, when Arthur finally meets Shana's UN representative father and his wife. But the real story is when Arthur introduces the gang to his latest discovery: a hot, new teen hip-hop group named Hard Candy, who will make their first Marvel Universe appearance here and in the U.S. in Story Twenty-Five's Civil War arc when they help break the Misfits out of the Vault!
Episode One: Mjinari
The Panther finds himself dealing with a dark, mystical enemy in the Shadow King (Rob Zombie), an old X-Men foe looking to torment his new bride Ororo during the upcoming wedding. But, T'Challa finds a new ally in an African teen speedster named Mjinari (Neil Denis), who, as it turns out, is really Storm's teenage son that she gave up years ago, in this update on an episode from the 1990's X-Men animated series!
Next: Marc Spector: Moon Knight
Marc Spector: Moon Knight
(The Fist of Khonshu is back in all-new episodes!)
Main Voice Cast:
Marc Spector/Moon Knight: Marc Dacascos
Frenchie: Alessandro Juliani
Marlene Alraune: Teresa Hill
Raoul Bushman: Carl Lumbly
Khonshu: Oded Fehr
Episode One: Taking Back the Streets
The White Knight is back in an all-new first adventure which has him settled in the gritty and violent streets of Spanish Harlem, protecting the innocent civilians whether they like it or not! But, will a mysterious appearance by an old mentor of his, the Taskmaster (Ron Perlman), and glimpses of his mercenary past come back to haunt him? Find out in this episode!
Episode Two: Up to the Task(master)
Continuing from last episode, it's the showdown you've been waiting for, as Moon Knight finally confronts the Taskmaster in the nastiest brawl in animated series history! And believe me, there can be only one winner! Plus, what's this got to do with the return of Raoul Bushman, and his plans for the Fist of Khonshu as well? You'll have to find out for yourself!
Episode Three: A Ram in the Bush(man)
Marc Spector finds himself bruised and battered as he finished off the Taskmaster, only to find himself speared mercilessly by the supervillain trainer's new associate, the international drug trafficker Bushman, who shares a history with the Moon Knight as well! Can Spector get out of this mess as well? And, what's this got to do with a planned mission to rescue Tasky's son and daughter, and their friends, from the superhuman prison known as the Vault that starts in Story 25's Civil War arc and continues in his little girl's own team-up story with red-haired Civil War heroine Kimber Benton in Story 26 of the Marvel Spotlight? I told you before, s**t happens when characters from the television series Jem rear their truly outrageous heads in the Marvel Universe!
Episode Four: Where In the World is Carmen Allonso?
Speaking of characters from that 80's series, when drug dealers threaten the life of Marc Spector's next-door neighbor, the kindly Claudia Allonso (Linda Dangcil), Marc must put on his MK garb to protect the 72-year-old woman! But, the real story is that of her granddaughter, Carmen (Alexa Vega), fifteen and a musical prodigy with the mutant power to control plant life at will! And when the Office of National Emergency bring in their Sentinels to battle both the dealers and take Carmen by force, not only do they destroy the elder Allonso's plant shop, but they force Moony to relocate the Allonsos to the one place they know they feel safe: Forest Hills, the home of both Spider-Man and the young woman who baby-sat Carmen when she was five, Jacqui Benton, in this Civil War tie-in!
Episode Five: The Knight, The Spider, The Ghost, The Singer, and Carmen Too!
The story continues as Spider-Man (Rino Romano), Ghost Rider (Richard Grieco) and Jem (Marlene Aragon) all guest-star in this wild episode where, pursued by Sentinels, Moon Knight finally arrives at Starlight House, only to meet up with ol' Flamehead and the demon-controlled Sentinels pursuing Aja Lin (Moneca Stori) from 21's Ghost Rider spotlight! Throw in a visit from the web-slinger and a terrified Lindsey Pierce (Susan Blu), and it's a free-for-all as all three Marvel heroes and the original Truly Outrageous One must join forces to protect Aja, Carmen, and the Starlight Girls from the biggest incursion of Sentinels in the history of the Marvel Universe in this thrilling adventure!
Next: Prince Namor, the Sub-Mariner
Prince Namor: The Sub-Mariner
(The Royal Scion of Atlantis is back in brand-new adventures!)
Main Voice Cast:
Prince Namor of Atlantis/Sub-Mariner: Jonathan Frakes
Lady Dorma: Marina Sirtis
Namorita Prentiss: Kristanna Loken
Warlord Attuma: Michael Ironside
Orka: Michael Dorn
Empress Llyra: Eva Longoria
Sharkticon Warlord Gnaw: Hal Rayle*
Seaspray: Frank Welker*
Beachcomber: Tabitha St. Germain*
Depthcharge: Blu Mankuma*
Because of Civil War and the events surrounding all Hasbro-related characters in the Marvel Universe, the above-mentioned four Transformers characters are part of the cast of Sub-Mariner.
Episode One: The Hunt for Nitro
Set during Civil War, the death of his cousin Namorita at the hands of Nitro has put Atlantis on high alert and Namor declaring war on the surface world! Meanwhile, Namor's undersea Autobot Maximal ally, Depthcharge, relays to the sea prince that the Decepticon leader Megatron has captured Nitro and plans to use him as a living weapon of mass destruction inside his photon cannon against both the Autobots and the the Atlanteans, forcing Namor and the Atlantean military to meet with Autobot leader Optimus Prime and find a way to stop Megs and Nitro from firing the fatal shot in the Civil War that could not only destroy Atlantis, but Earth as well in this Civil War tie-in!
Episode Two: Dorma and Danielle
Okay, Lady Dorma gets the spotlight in this lighthearted episode which begs the question: "How many women did Namor bag in his Marvel Universe career? It's especially true when Dorma is reunited with an old friend from her teen years: the Countess Danielle Du Voisen (Susan Eisenberg)! She's a human/Atlantean hybrid, like Namor, who's had a few run-ins with Namor in the past! And when these two mermaids get together to dish the dirt on the Atlantean prince, yo, Namor's got some 'splaining to do, Lucy!
Episode Three: Siren's Song
Here's an episode of the Sub-Mariner featuring COBRA that's begging to be made, as the Baroness (Morgan Lofting) invades Atlantis with an army of female COBRA Eels looking for a mysterious sea horn that can put a man under a woman's spell. But, the real acid trip here is that the instrument is inside the palace of the bewitching beautiful Empress Llyra! And, when these two dark-haired ladies come to blows, Not even the Sub-Mariner and a visiting Lady Jaye (Lisa Ann Beley) can survive the fury of two women scorned in this episode!
Episode Four: Piranhacon Rex
The Warlord Attuma finds himself in a nightmarish situation, as he is brought before Gnaw, Warlord of the Sharkticon Nation. But Attuma's enforcer, the giant whale-man Orka, finds himself battling a terrifying group of rogue Decepticons called the Seacons! And, when he and Attuma are felled by the warlike robot turtle Snaptrap, it may be a furious Lady Dorma, Seaspray, Beachcomber, Depthcharge and Empress Llyra who could be the ones that can stop Snaptrap and the giant gestalt of the Seacons, Piranhacon (not to mention Gnaw and the entire Sharkticon army) from destroying Atlantis in this harrowing adventure!
Episode Five: Galadria and Virulina
Okay folks, anybody want to tell me why two characters from the 1987 animated series Visionaries: Knights of the Magical Light are doing here in a Sub-Mariner episode? Could it be that these two have something to do with the events surrounding this damn episode?
Well, before anybody starts getting horny over the two merwitches involved in the titillating ep, here's the skinny: What happens when two young ladies named Galadria (Julie Benz) and Virulina (Juliet Landau) find themselves pursuing each other in Prysmos and ending up in Atlantis, home of the Sub-Mariner! Chaos happens, as both girls find themselves as advisors to both Lady Dorma and Empress Llyra. But, the **** really hits the fan when their representative groups, the Spectral Kinghts and Darkling Lords, make an appearance on Namor's turf, putting the prince and the Atlantean army at odds with the male Visionaries, and in a romantic liaison with both Galadria and Virulina. Yo Namor! Dorma, Llyra, Sue, Danielle, and now Galadria and Virulina? Damn, you get around more women than even Tony Stark, and I can't get any poontang these days!
Next: TTA: Civil War - Arc Three
excellent as always kenny but isn't sirens song loosly based on a GI JOEepisode of the same name?
Yea, yea. But it's so much better with Namor in it.
Tales to Astonish: Civil War-Arc Three
(Now with 75% more Marvel goodness in each episode!)
Episode Eleven: Family Reunions
This ep of Civil War involves the reunions of members of two separate Marvel Universe families, as Peter Parker is reunited with his magazine-publisher cousin, Ben "Pitt Slurmann" Reilly, as he recruits Peter for a top-secret mission to infiltrate Tony Stark's Pro-Registration forces at COBRA Headquarters, a move that will put him at odds with Captain America and a newly-reconstituted G.I. JOE team consisting of various Marvel heroes and original Joes! Meanwhile, Jerrica and Kimber's twin cousins, Cassandra and Crystal Kane, have arrived in Forest Hills with their mother Candice (Diane Pershing) and their boyfriends: two brothers named Jake (Christopher Grey) and Mark Rockwell (Brad Swaile), who have brought along with them three members of a ROTC squad by the names of Ace McCloud (Michael Rosenbaum), John Thunder (Gregg Rainwater) and a young man named Maxwell Ray (Kirby Morrow)! They have a mission of their own to help Emmett Benton take control of Stark's brand-new Orbital Defense Platform and stick it to the traitorous Iron Man himself! But can these new Centurions be able to handle the Armored Avenger, and what's this got to do with Stark's latest female conquest, a roboticist named Dr. Amber Stratton, the new Doc Terror (Jennifer Hale), and the evil daughter of the first Doc Terror (now deceased) and a bitter soap actress named Elizabeth Stratton (Susan Lucci)? Plus, as Peter begins his mission, Ben begins his recruitment of four unregistered Supers to form his new anti-Stark super-squad called the Slingers, and a brand-new Scarlet Spider is reborn, all in this episode!
Episode Twelve: When It's Only Me, Mary, the Music and the Mayhem of the Misfits at the Vault!
Kimber Benton is back again, this time in a brand-new superheroic identity as she puts her gymnastics abilities to good use as the Crimson Cowl when she meets Misfits songstress Mary Phillips for the first time ever, as she escapes the custody of the Sentinel Squad! Now, the two girls must join forces to help break Stormer's brother, SHIELD Agent Craig Phillips, and her friends, the Misfits, out of the superhuman prison called the Vault! But, they're about to get some help, as Sentinel Unit commander Alexander Pelligrini (Nick Turturro), whose daughter Roxanne is in the same prison, the Fist of Khonshu, Moon Knight (Mark Dacascos), and even the Taskmaster (Ron Perlman) are about to join forces with Ben Grimm (Michael Chiklis) for the biggest break-out of rock musicians from the Vault in Marvel Universe history, as the girls of Hard Candy, and the Cesaire sisters from the Black Panther spotlight have arrived with the Black Panther and Storm to even the odds in this monumental battle against the COBRA/Decepticon-controlled SHIELD forces in this episode!
Episode Thirteen: Twinkle, Twinkle, Lana Star, and Civil War, From a Shark Boy's Point of View
The worlds of music and professional wrestling are about to come together in the Marvel Civil War, as the destruction in Stamford, Connecticut has reached even the offices of World Wrestling Entertainment chairman Vincent Kennedy McMahon (voicing himself)! And now, he has joined up with his old friend, Tony Stark, as part of the pro-Registration forces with an army of his most dangerous wrestlers to stop Captain America and his men. But Hulk Hogan, Triple-H, Batista, and many other renegade WWE superstars have joined Cap in the fight, especially when Hulk's twin brother, Crusher Hogan (both played by Terry Bollea) and a new wrestler named Shark Boy (see SHH! Marvel Spotlight post number 57 for further information pertaining to him in this episode) are caught up in the conflict! All this, and there's a new Pink Princess arriving on the scene, as Lindsey Pierce's younger sister, glamorous fashion model/wrestler Lana Star (voiced by Lana Kinnear), arrives on the scene to witness the strange events of Civil War (and to upstage her more famous sister Lindsey) in this episode!
Episode Fourteen: When the Bodies Hit the Floor!
To bring up a reference to the Drowning Pool single: "Let the bodies hit the floor," as things go to the extreme when it's hero vs. hero, mutant vs. mutant, machine vs. machine, and military agency vs. military agency as the battle begins to heat up. Heroes are recruited left and right by both factions and casualties begin to mount up in a quest for the basic freedoms of superheroes. But, could this be a part of a much more secret agenda, as many injured and conflicted heroes, villains and allies are being snatched up off of the Earth by the Beyonder, and a secret council is being formed to take control of the situation at all costs! All this just as Jacqui Benton faces a crisis of conscience when her parents, Stanley and Cassandra Webb (voiced by Stan and Joan Lee) come back into her life to help her deal with the events of Civil War and the formation of the Starlight Foundation for Foster Girls in this episode!
Episode Fifteen: The Alliance of Evil
And, for all you Transformers fans out there, we haven't forgotten about you, as this episode segues into the next arc of Civil War as Tony Stark further betrays his fellow heroes by traveling with Megatron and Cobra Commander to Cybertron to receive his new dark armor, and to meet up with the various heavyweight villains of the Marvel and Hasbro Universe, including the Red Skull (Christopher Walken), Doctor Doom (Julian McMahon), Miles Mayhem (Gary Chalk), Mojo (Gabe Khouth), Apocalypse (James Earl Jones), Baron Heinreich Zemo (Alan Rickman), and even Eric Raymond (Charlie Adler)! Mission: Create a brand-new Masters of Evil to strike the final blow against the Earth's heroes, in this chilling episode!
Continued in Story Thirty.
Next: The Misadventures of Kimber and Stormer
thanks kenny,for using my shark boy idea but you do realize that shark boy is an independent wrestler working fot total nonstop action wrestling not the wwe
Yea I do. Just imagine if Shark Boy went to the WWE (or its Marvel Universe counterpart, Unlimited Class Wrestling) from Total Nonstop Action Wrestling.
The Misadventures of Kimber and Stormer
(Kimber Benton and Mary Phillips are together in their own damn animated series spun out of Jem and Civil War.)
Main Voice Cast:
Kimber Benton (age 15): Kelly Sheridan
Mary "Stormer" Phillips (age 15): Maggie Blue O'Hara
Narrator One (Adult Stormer): Susan Blu
Narrator Two (Adult Kimber): Cathianne Blore
Episode One: Red and Blue
This first episode of this offbeat series is an update on the Jem episode "The Bands Break Up." only this time, it's the year 2020, and two happily married women named Mary Bean and Kimber Harrison (see an upcoming Marvel Spotlight for information on a new character named Angus Bean, a mutant who will become Stormer's new love interest.) have reunited after ten strange years, and they're about to tell the story of how a superhero civil war, and a massive prison breakout of Marvel's various superhuman musicians and unregistered heroes led to their enduring friendship over the years. A cute, juvenile story in the Mighty Marvel tradition. And yea, Kimber and Stormer's songs are better!
Episode Two: Mary and Melissa
Things have changed since Civil War, as brand-new versions of old Marvel characters have appeared, and it's evident in this episode when Mary Phillips and Kimber Benton are in school together with a now-teenaged Peter Parker (now played by Scott Menville). But, the real story is a chance meeting between Mary and a sassy young songbird named Melissa Joan Angar (Kelly Osbourne), the daughter of a former rock guitarist named David "The Screamer" Angar (Ozzy Osbourne)! And, when this little "Screaming Mimi" looks to steer our little blue angel to the dark side, Kimber and Peter (in his Spider-Man costume) must find a way to silence Miss Angar and rescue their friend before it's too late! And, uh, Kimber, don't let a certain SHIELD agent named Jessica Drew see you in a Spider-Woman knock-off costume. She won't like it one bit.
Episode Three: Kimber and the Mockingbird
Kimmie finds herself in a weird situation at her Forest Hills home when she and friend Mary Jane Watson (Jennifer Hale) get an auspicious visit from sister Jerrica's best friend, 19-year-old Bobbi Morse (Samantha Newark, in a dual role), a former cheerleader and gymnast who is about to join SHIELD's training program for the first time, and she wants Jerrica to join her! Things go awry, however, when Bobbi, Jerrica, Kimber and Mary (who is along to visit her brother Craig) arrive at the Triskelion only to find HYDRA agents infiltrating the place and the four girls joining Craig and his senior officer, Natalia Romanova (Olivia D'Abo), in a rescue attempt to free Nick Fury (Andre Ware) from HYDRA's clutches in this Mighty Marvel exercise of true outrageousness indeed! And, why is Madame Romanova giggling at Kimber? Could it be that the little redhead is wearing her own version of Natalia's old grey Black Widow bodysuit from her days with the Taskmaster? Yep, redheads do think alike!
Episode Four: The Alison Blaire Experience!
Get ready to be bewitched, bewildered and bedazzled, as Kimber and Stormer accompany Kimber's mom, singer Jacqui Benton, to her live concert featuring a brand-new pop group called Dazzler, led by a 17-year-old lead vocalist named Alison Blaire (special voice-over by Stacy "Fergie" Ferguson of the Black Eyed Peas.). When Jacqui introduces the girls to the young music starlet, however, she finds out that both Ali and Kimmie have met before, when Emmett Benton met Alison's Grandma Bella in Gardendale, Connecticut ten years earlier! But, what is the secret behind Ali's light-based powers, and what does it have to do with a corpulent media hog named Mojo (Gabe Khouth) who wants her for his new 24-hour music channel, Mojovision? That's a mystery that our three heroines are about to find out in this MTV-style adventure!
Episode Five: Glam Slam Kimber
What happens when you mix the juvenile antics of a truly outrageous redhead with the WWE-style body slams of a few big and beautiful Amazonian grapplerettes? Total diva destruction and insanity, as Kimmie joins her over-the-top friend, Lana Pierce (Lana Kinnear), on a trip to Unlimited Class Wrestling's DivaFest for a good time! But things really go south when Kimber meets up with an old babysitter from her early childhood named Robin Braxton (Claire Stansfield) who wants to put the fifteen-year-old in a match with her! And if that's not enough, wait until she meets a seven-foot-tall, 16-year-old grapplerette named Angelina "Stunner" Brancale (Stacy Keibler) who, unbeknownst to Kimber and Lana, has got designs on both girls and is the granddaughter of the promotion's founder, Anne "Auntie Freeze" Fraley (Darlene Conley)! Beauty, Brains and Brawn, all in one slam-tastic episode!
Next: Spider-Woman and her Spectacular Friends
Spider-Woman and Her Spectacular Friends!
(A more sexier take on Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends, but with the lovely Jessica Drew done Charlie's Angels style!)
Main Voice Cast:
Jessica Drew/Spider-Woman: Alyssa Milano
Julia Carpenter/Arachnia: Jennifer Hale
Note: Since this is an update on the 1981 Spider-Man team-up series, various female heroines teaming up with both Jessica and Julia will appear in individual episodes, along with voice credits. 'Nuff Said!
Episode One: The Spider's Web
In this first episode of this estrogen-filled series, Jessica finds herself in a very sticky situation, as she finds herself summoned to the mysterious mansion of Cassandra Webb (Joan Lee), only to run into her best friend, Julia Carpenter! Their first mission together: prevent her evil granddaughter, the alluring Madame Nephilia (Shannen Doherty) from taking over HYDRA and killing the now-unstable Madame Hydra (special voice over by Joan Van Ark)! But a lot of family secrets concerning both Jessica and Cassandra come to light when Natalia Romanova, the Black Widow (Olivia D'Abo) joins her former friends on this mission, and the identity of Madame Hydra is revealed as none other than Jessica's mother, Miriam Drew! And, Madame Web comes face-to-face with Charlotte Witter herself, all in this episode!
Episode Two: The Spider, the Moth and the Dancer
In this Jessica-centric take on a Jem episode from late 1986, our lady Jessica finds herself tangling with a beautiful new villainess named Gypsy Moth (Marnette Patterson) when she kidnaps the Countess Danielle Du Voisen (Susan Eisenberg) during a charity event at her undersea manor. But the real acid trip here is when Jessie meets up with Gypsy Moth's younger sister, Giselle Dvorak (Scarlett Pomers), a promising young ballerina from their home country of Croatia with mutant powers! Now, Jessica must join forces with both Sybil and Giselle Dvorak to help find their parents, who have been kidnapped by forces linked to their mother's old ballet instructor, Victor Creusach (Erick Avari)! But, is there more to the Danse of the alluring Dvorak sisters than meets the eye?
Episode Three: Punky Brewster, Agent of SHIELD!
The 80's are back, folks, as Jessica and Natalia find themselves on a mission with Queen Storm of Wakanda (Kristen Williamsen) to help protect an American scientist named Dr. Webster Long (Emmanuel Lewis) from a group of HYDRA agents looking to steal a top-secret formula for Vibranium armor from the once-precocious dwarf scientist! But, the **** hits the fan when a much-needed dose of "Punky Power" is brought into the mix, as Spider-Woman, Black Widow, and Storm meet up with a SHIELD operative named Penelope Brewster (Soleil Moon-Frye) to help her deal with the murder of her loving foster father, Henry Warnimont, by the same HYDRA goons who are looking for Webster! Webster and Punky Brewster in one episode, and no Gary Coleman in sight, Yeah boy!
Episode Four: Jessica and Jerrica, Julia and Bobbi
Samantha Newark returns to her dual role of Jerrica Benton and her friend, Bobbi Morse, when Jessica visits an old friend in Emmett Benton (Paul Eiding) and his wife Jacqui (Marlene Aragon) and finds new teen SHIELD starlet Bobbi at the house with friend Jerrica (who's wearing Bobbi's new Mockingbird costume). But, things get a little scaly when Julia Carpenter crashes into the Bentons" Forest Hills home, and the Limp Lizards make their appearance, mistakingly kidnapping the lookalike Jerrica! Now, Jessie, Julia, and Bobbi track the female reptile girl group to the Serpent Society's mysterious headquarters, where they find themselves dealing with not only the Lizards, but the Society and their leaders, Serpentor (Dan Gauthier) and Pythona (Jennifer Darling) in order to rescue Jerrica in this spine-tingling adventure!
Episode Five: Jessica, Carol, Kimber and Stormer, Huzzah!
Everybody's cosplaying, and Madame Web's happy as a bug on a rug when she gets a visit from her youngest granddaughter Kimber Benton (Kelly Sheridan) and her friend, Mary "Stormer" Phillips (Maggie Blue O'Hara), when they come over for the old woman's birthday party! Throw in a visit from Jessica's friend Carol Danvers (Victoria Pratt), Kimber and Mary dressing up as Spider Woman and Ms. Marvel (get it, Mary Marvel!), and an auspicious visit from both Kimber's loony cousin, Charlotte Witter (Shannen Doherty) and Mary's father, the Taskmaster (Ron Perlman), and this is one adventure that all of them will never forget!
Blade: The Animated Series
(The Daywalker gets his very first full animated Spotlight series!)
Main Voice Cast:
Eric Brooks/Blade: Kirk "Sticky Fingaz" Jones
Abraham Whistler: Malcolm McDowell
Abigail Whistler: Lisa Ann Beley
Frank Drake: Kirby Morrow
Hannibal King: Brian Drummond
Episode One: Here Walks the Daywalker
Here's the situation: Mother bitten by vampire while pregnant? Check! Gives birth to young son who becomes half-man, half-vampire? Check! Son trains in all forms of vampire hunting and martial arts? Check! It's the Marvel True Comic-Book story of one of the most mysterious characters in the Marvel Universe as Blade takes his place among the pantheon of the Marvel Spotlight in his first origin episode ever!
Episode Two: Night of the Zomboys
Blade and Whistler enter the world of popular music as the Daywalker tries to help an old friend of his, a rhythm and blues singer named Lena Lerner (Susan Beaubian) rescue her son, Dominic Lerner (special voice-over by Lil' Romeo), from joining a gang of New Orleans-based vampires called the Zomboys. But, is Blade ready for a old enemy to return, as the leader of the gang is none other than Deacon Frost (Stephen Dorff), the vampire who bit his mother many years ago?
Episode Three: I, Ratbat!
Cybertronian technology meets the supernatural, as a rogue Decepticon vampire bat breaks away from his robot masters and makes a killing in Los Angeles when he starts infecting people with a terrifying Transformer nanite pathogen that is transmitted through robot-to-human vampiric contact! But, who is Ratbat (Frank Welker), and why has he got a Decepticon like Soundwave seeking the help of Blade and the Nightstalkers to rein in this vampire robot in disguise before he kills a hundred thousand humans in the City of Angels? There's much more than meets the eye in this eppy, I tell you!
Episode Four: The Vampires of Castle Destro
The Daywalker finds himself recruited into the service of the United States Armed Forces when he is asked by the G.I. Joe team to help them deal with an army of supernatural monsters inside a Gothic castle manor in Scotland. But, when Blade and Hannibal King join up with Snake-Eyes and Flint (Bill Ratner) to storm the residence, not only do they have to deal with the gruesome crossbreeds themselves, but they come face-to-metal face with their creator, the imposing seven-foot-tall superman known as Lord Destro (Arthur Burghardt) himself in what could be Blade's toughest battle yet!
Episode Five: La Felina
What's a Daywalker to do when he's caught in a battle between Tigra (Lenore Zann) and a beautiful cat warrior named La Felina (special voice-over by wrestler Gail Kim), who herself is in an all-out fight with a group of vampire warlords looking to decimate her feline race in the jungles of South America? Nothing, especially if you've got two hot feline ladies clawing all over you in this wild adventure!
Next: Transformers Earthforce
this one sounds good
Glad you like it. Anyway, La Felina was the name Gail Kim used in the independent wrestling scene before she came to the WWE and eventually to TNA Wrestling, where she used her real name in both promotions.
thanks for the trivia