The Return of the Marvel Spotlight!!!

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  1. Kenny Eugene McCall I'm a Marvel, I'm a DC!

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    Story Twenty-Nine:
    Transformers: EarthForce
    (The Robots in Disguise return to the Marvel Animated Universe for the first time in twenty years!)

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    Main Voice Cast:

    Because of the enormous number of characters in the Transformers canon, all characters and voice actors will be introduced in episode descriptions. Also, because of the events of Marvel's animated Civil War spotlight, no origin episode is needed.

    Episode One: Friendly Reunions, Deadly Reunions

    The Autobots and Decepticons are caught up knee-deep in the Marvel Universe Civil War, as Prime (Peter Cullen) and Megatron (Frank Welker) have joined up with various Marvel superheroes against one another. But the battle is about to have an unexpected turn when their female counterparts show up on Earth!

    Episode Two: And Now... The Shape-Shifters!!!

    When six rogue Sentinels stumble upon six mysterious Cybertronian life-sparks, they find themselves the unwitting participants in a grand Transformer experiment, as they become the Marvel Universe's first superhero Autobots! But are Spinner (Christopher Daniel Barnes), Blackbird (Kirby Morrow), Stars and Stripes (Scott Menville and Grey DeLisle), War Machine (Marc Worden) and Hulkbuster (Fred Tatasciore) going to have the chops to survive a battle with some of Megatron's toughest Decepticons?

    Episode Three: Roll Out, Little Sister!

    Meet Arcee (Susan Blu), a little firecracker of an Autobot who is also Alita-One's younger sister! And, when she finds herself on her first adventure on Earth with, of all people, our favorite little red-haired Benton girl Kimber (Kelly Sheridan), in New York City, it's Alita-One (Marlene Aragon) to the rescue when she finds the female human and Autobot team in the middle of an ambush provided by the Sinister Six and the Combaticons!

    Episode Four: Four-Part Frenzy

    When the Fantastic Four find themselves battling the demonic Constructicon gestalt Devastator, they're at a distinct disadvantage, especially with fifty thousand onlookers near the Brooklyn Bridge! That is, until a new group of Autobot Shape-Shifters called the Fantastic Force come to the rescue in the form of the Fantasticar in their first appearance as Transformers!

    Episode Five: Skullshot

    An Autobot bounty hunter named Skullshot (John Beck) has just arrived on Earth looking to take out a dangerous Decepticon killing machine by the name of Killzone (Charlie Adler). There's one problem: Killzone's been assigned to protect the Kingpin, Wilson Fisk (Roscoe Lee Browne) by Megatron! Lucky for this Autobot that he's got a human kindred spirit in the Punisher (Thomas Jane) to back him up!

    Next: TTA: Civil War - Arc Four
     
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    Story Thirty:
    Tales to Astonish: Civil War - Arc Four
    (The action heats up in the final two arcs of this monumental cross-universe event!)

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    Episode Sixteen: Extreme Power, Iron Justice!

    PowerXtreme! Yeah boy!!! The Centurions make their very first appearance in Civil War as they help Crystal Kane and her uncle, Emmett Benton, take down Stark's Iron Knights inside the Stark International Space Station in outer space! Meanwhile, Spider-Man finally infiltrates Stark's COBRA/Decepticon pro-registration forces, only to be met by a 17-year-old shapeshifting actress named Constance Montgomery (Grey Delisle) and her boyfriend, a 17-year-old psycho inventor and special effects expert named Terence Beck (Greg Cipes), who happens to be one of the younger twin brothers of Quentin Beck, the villain known as Mysterio! They're here to rescue Fitzgerald Beck (also played by Cipes), who's been captured and recruited by Tony Stark to use his sculptures to attack Cap's anti-registration forces! Also, a rock-and-wrestling connection is about to heat up, as Crusher and Brandi Hogan finally join up with twin brother Hulk and cousin Brooke Hogan (Terry and Brooke Hogan in dual roles) in marshalling the rogue forces of both the WWE and UCW in helping the Marvel heroes taking down a supervillain army looking to wipe out humanity, and if that's not enough, Kimber and Stormer and their musician army have arrived with Lana Star to join the Hogan family in the fight against Vince McMahon and Eric Raymond's C-list villain forces in the first strike of Megatron's grand plan! All in this episode!

    Episode Seventeen: The Power of the Pack, The Sting of the Stingers, and the Slingers Have Arrived!

    Even as all this is going on, two new superteams and one mutant rock group make their appearance in Civil War, as we are introduced to a mother-daughter magic duo by the name of Marla and Maeve Eldritch (Susan Sullivan and Julie Bowen) and Maeve's adopted brothers and sisters: Alex (Matthew Valencia), Jack (Ryan Hirakida), Katie (Sarah Edmundson) and Julie (Tara Strong), better known as the Power Pack, whom Marla adopted after the murder of her sister and brother-in-law at the hands of the Snarks! And, Astral and the Pack are about to play a big part in the Civil when they join up with Madame Web to retrieve all the children and Civil War victims taken down by both sides! Meanwhile, Pitt Slurmann/Ben Reilly's new team, the Slingers, also join up in the fight against the pro-registration forces! But, who are Prodigy (Wil Wheaton), Hornet (Christopher Grey), Ricochet (Scott Menville) and Dusk (Nicholle Tom), and what is their connection to Ben Reilly's mysterious identity of the Scarlet Spider? And if that's not enough, the mutants play a role, as the vile Decepticon Sentinel Nimrod hunts down the surviving mutants at the Xavier Mansion, only to find itself taken down by an arriving Nick Fury (Andre Ware), a returning Minx (Kath Soucie), and two new mutant musicians named Rapture (Ellen Gerstell) and Riot (Corey Burton), the former having a long history with the Astral character from the Power Pack segment! All, as Cobra Commander launches an army of Battle Android Troopers upon the X-Mansion in COBRA's first attack on the X-Universe in this episode

    Episode Eighteen: Knights of the Magical Light, Warriors of the Mechanical Might!

    Just as every single Marvel and Hasbro Universe character so far is caught up in trying to stop the Civil War, the armored Latverian sorcerer and Fantastic Four baddie Doctor Doom makes his play to screw his fellow villains and recruit his own villain army to deal with our heroes, But, things go awry, as Princess Adrianna of Morvania (Cathianne Blore) arrives in Latveria with an army of powerful magicians ready to oppose Doom, only to find the young ingenue outclassed and sent through the Nexus of All Realities right smack into Prysmos, home of the Visionaries! And, if that's not enough, Both Doom and Adrianna are on the planet caught up in a two-part war between the Visionaries and Marvel's demonic beings led by Dormammu and Mephisto! Also, On Cybertron, the remaining Transformers find themselves being attacked by a race of alien marauders called the Dire Wraiths, until they get a mysterious message and assist from another galaxy in the form of ROM and the Spaceknights of Galador! But are they here to help, or destroy them?

    Episode Nineteen: England's Rumble Roses

    Sheila Burns, the rocker chick sax player known as Jetta Sax, gets her second episode in the Marvel Spotlight courtesy of Civil War, as she and her bandmates, the Tinkerbillies, are about to get a visit from a battered and bruised Captain America and the G.I. Joe team, who are now on the run in England thanks to a COBRA-controlled SHIELD force from the United States hell bent on bringing them down! But, who are Kelsey Leigh (Megan Hollingshead), Joey Chapman (Daniel Green), Christina Crichton (Christy Hemme), and Angus Bean (Mark Hildreth)? and what do they have to do with Jetta, the Pendragon Force and the return of three legendary Marvel World War Two superheroes to the modern world in this special Civil War ep!

    Episode Twenty: Tales from the Criminal Underworld

    This episode may be a little bit out there in terms of execution, but even the mob has its moments as two of the biggest fat boys in both the Marvel and Hasbro universes are about to clash, as Brandon "Big Boss" Babel (Rob Paulsen) meets Wilson "The Kingpin" Fisk (Roscoe Lee Browne) for the first time when the junior crimelord muscles into the Kingpin's turf! But also, the story also centers on Frank Castle, The Punisher, as he helps a former partner of his named Baldwin "Bulletproof" Vess (Phil LaMarr), a Detective Lieutenant with the NYPD, bring down this second-rate Kingpin wannabe in an episode which introduces the Central Organization of Police Specialists (COPS) team for the first time ever in this Civil War episode!

    Next: Alison Blaire: The Dazzler
     
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    Story Thirty-One:
    Dazzler: The Animated Series
    (Alison Blaire returns in an all-new Marvel Spotlight series!)

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    Main Voice Cast:

    Alison Blaire/Dazzler: Stacy "Fergie" Ferguson
    Lila Cheney: Britta Phillips
    Aurora Dante/Lightwave: Samantha Newark
    Grandma Bella: June Foray
    Hypno-Hustler: Calvin "Snoop Dogg" Broadus
    Mojo: Gabe Khouth

    Episode One: The Musical Alliance

    This first episode of this new series is a Civil War tie-in, as Alison Blaire and Lila Cheney are recruited by 15-year-old Kimber Benton (Kelly Sheridan) to help her form an army of the most talented superhuman musicians dedicated to taking down Tony Stark's armored COBRA/Decepticon pro-registration forces! But, Mojo may have other plans for both Ali and Lila, as he recruits the Hypno-Hustler and Megatron's right-hand communications expert, Soundwave (Frank Welker) to deal with Dazzler, Cheney and Kimber Benton respectively!

    Episode Two: London Calling

    Ali and Lila are on their way to Lila's home country of London, England to meet her best friend Sheila Burns (Venus Terzo) and her band, the Tinkerbillies, the group last seen in last post's Civil War spotlight! But there's something very special about Jetta and her bandmates, especially when Dazzler runs into Captain America and the G.I. Joe team later on, and find out that Kelsey Leigh (Brittania), Joey Chapman (Union Jack), Christina Crichton (Spitfire), Angus Bean (Blazing Skull), and Sean Harrison (Citizen V) are none other than the newest version of England's old WWII team, the Invaders, as they make their first full appearance in this Spotlight!

    Episode Three: Waves of Light, Waves of Sound

    Alison's trashy old girlfriend, Aurora Dante, has returned into her life after a successful tour of her own, and is looking to cause trouble for the young teen pop starlet! But, Ali and Rori's musical rivalry will have to wait, as that overgrown Decepticon master of irritating sound, Soundwave, makes its return, this time with several dangerous transforming CD's named Rumble, Frenzy, Ratbat, Beatbox, Squawktalk, Buzzsaw and Laserbeak in tow! Luckily, Alison has a new friend, an Autobot boombox named Blaster (Bumper Robinson), complete with some friends of his own: Rewind, Eject, Playback Grand Slam, Raindance, Themesong and Soundtrack! Can this brave young Transformer help Dazzler and Lightwave deal with Soundwave and his crew before it's too late?

    Episode Four: Cold Slither

    Australian Civil War heroine Zarana Dante (Tabitha St. Germain) makes a special appearance with her older sister Julie (Kylie Travis) as they visit their cousin Aurora in the States for her birthday. But the reunion is short-lived when Julie and Zarana's evil older brother, Zartan (Gregg Berger) and his Dreadnoks arrive in town as a band called Cold Slither, looking to cause trouble for cousin Aurora! Unfortunately, he did not count on her mutant powers, or the timely arrival of the Joes' heavy gun expert Roadblock (Dennis Haysbert), to ruin his plans in this Dazzler-centric update on the G.I. Joe episode of the same name!

    Episode Five: Harmonia and Melodia

    Alison's about to go on one strange acid trip when she discovers two mysterious musical instruments of Cybertronian origin, only to find out that they are part of a rock group of Autobot and Decepticon sisters who crash-landed on earth ten years ago! Now, Dazzler must help Harmonia (Joanna Levesque) and Melodia (Sabrina Bryant), a robot guitar and synthesizer, find the other two Transformer musicians, Dark Rhapsody (Monica Arnold) and Dark Symphony (Brandy Norwood), a robot saxophone and percussion set, and reunite their band for a very special reunion concert in this special episode!

    Next: The Mighty Thor
     
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    i'll be looking for THOR'S spotlight
     
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    Story Thirty-Two
    The Mighty Thor
    (Forsooth! Thor's back in all-new adventures!)

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    Main Voice Cast: Asgardians

    The Mighty Thor: Dave Boat
    Lady Sif: Andrea Taylor
    Odin: John Rhys-Davies
    Loki: Alan Rickman
    Amora the Enchantress: Alexandra Tydings

    Human Mortals:

    Dr. Donald Blake: Daniel Green
    Dr. Jane Foster: Rachel Lillis
    Sgt. Margarita "Rigger" Ruiz: Elizabeth Pena
    Lt. Michael "Longarm" O'Malley: Seymour Cassel*
    Officer Christina "Mainframe" Cassidy: Giselle Loren*

    *Because of the events concerning all Hasbro-related characters in the Marvel Universe as of Civil War, Longarm and some characters from the COPS animated series will be integrated into the Thor animated series at this time.

    Episode One: The Return of Mjolnir

    In this Civil War tie-in, a mysterious violent storm is causing havoc among the populace of a small town in Oklahoma, only to find that it is being caused by the return of the mystical hammer Mjolnir to Midgard (Earth)! And, a lowly doctor is the one to find it! But, will Destro (Arthur Burghardt) and an army of COBRA Vipers be the ones to strongarm the doctor for control of Mjolnir, or will a mighty warrior of Asgard make his return to the MU and teach Destro a lesson?

    Episode Two: The Knight of Arabia

    Set before the events of Civil War, Thor gets involved in the events of the war in Iraq, and he finds himself helping the United States Military deal with members of both the Taliban and Al-Qaeda who have now been under the auspices of the evil Lord of Mischief, Loki! But, there's more to this story, as Thor meets a young Muslim man named Muhammad Hassan (Marc Copani) who helps the Thunder God deal with the terrorist menace, only to tell him about a dark new menace in the form of Armageddon (Nasseruddin Shah), a Troyjan warlord hell bent on destroying both the Muslim and Western world! And, did we mentioned that Hassan is the second man to become the warrior hero Arabian Knight?

    Episode Three: Stormer, Goddess of Thunder

    Our favorite little blue-haired teen angel, Mary Phillips (Maggie Blue O'Hara), guest stars in this fun little Thor episode where the Thunder God helps SHIELD agents Craig Phillips (Brad Swaile) and Alexander Pelligrini (Nicholas Turturro) deal with the menace of the Absorbing Man (Ed O'Neill), only to lose Mjolnir in the process! Meanwhile, the Uru hammer ends up in the one place you'd never expect: the Phillips residence, where Mary and her friend Roxy (Meghan Black) have just finished watching Ultimate Avengers: The Movie! And, when Mary picks up Mjolnir, watch out, because there's a new goddess of Asgard coming to the rescue of Thor and their brother and father respectively in Stormer, Goddess of Thunder!

    Episode Four: The Enchantress and the Executioner

    The Queen of the Norns, Karnilla (Lucy Lawless), needs Thor's help when she is imprisoned in an amber prism by a jealous former student of hers in Amora, the Enchantress. But Thor gets more than he bargained for when he has to deal with not only the sexy sorceress herself, but her hand-picked champion, the brutish Skurge, the Executioner (Kevin Sorbo), in the fight of his life in this episode!

    Episode Five: Nemesis Enforcer, Arise!

    During a battle with Utgard-Loki (Peter Cullen) and the Frost Giants of Jountenheim on Midgard, Thor finds himself in the nightmarish world of Cobra-La coming face to ugly face with a winged creature of unparalleled proportions in Nemesis Enforcer, a brutish killer who is just as strong as Thor, but twice as dangerous! Luckily for the Thunder God, G.I. Joe's Roadblock (Dennis Haysbert) and the Autobot Ironhide (Peter Cullen) are there to help him deal with not only Nemesis Enforcer, but the bigger, badder Frost Giants as well in this wild and chilly episode!

    Next: Tales of the Mockingbird
     
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    mockingbird gets a a spotlight that should be interesting
     
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    Story Thirty-Three:
    Tales of the Mockingbird
    (Barbara Morse gets her very first animated spotlight ever!)

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    Main Voice Cast:

    Barbara "Bobbi" Morse/Mockingbird: Samantha Newark
    Contessa Valentina Allegra De La Fontaine: Lisa Rinna
    Clinton Barton/Hawkeye: Mark Hildreth (recurring role)

    Episode One: Flight of the Mockingbird

    Introduced in a previous Marvel Spotlight a while back, voice actress Samantha Newark gets the spotlight in this very first episode of this new mini-series when Bobbi and her best friend, college student and Civil War reporter Jerrica Benton, accompany each other to SHIELD's new Super-Agent training facility on Triskelion Island, where they are introduced to Bobbi's new instructor, Valentina De La Fontaine, who quickly thinks that both Barbara and Jerrica are twin sisters! And if that's not enough, Jerrica is reunited with snarky Civil War supporting character Rio Pacheco (Rino Romano), and Bobbi is introduced to a hunky member of the Avengers by the name of Clinton Barton, who finds himself attracted to her! This is the start of a beautiful relationship, I tell you!

    Episode Two: Birds of a Feather/Birds of Prey

    Dude, Bobbi's just getting through her first tough week of training, and her instructor Valentina Fontaine is about to pair her up with another new recruit by the name of Sally Avril (Kath Soucie), an inexperienced kid, like Bobbi, who is about be introduced to the program for the first time! And if that's not enough, the ladies are about to meet their new ally, Sky Shadow (Lenore Zann), a sassy Autobot stratowing warplane on loan to SHIELD from Optimus Prime who is about to give her human occupants a crash course in superhero attitude! But, are Mockingbird, Bluebird, and Sky Shadow ready for the big time when woman and machine must join forces to take on a dangerous new female COBRA pilot named Andrea Von Strucker (Angelica Bridges) and her squadron of Decepticon Seeker jets who are about to launch an attack on SHIELD! And, is Sky Shadow ready to deal with the lead jet, Thundercracker (Chris Potter), who really has a crush on her? Even Transformers need loving too!

    Episode Three: Of Mockingbirds and Hellcats, And Other Tales Too Explicit to Mention!

    What happens when SHIELD sends Bobbi and Sally on their first major case in Los Angeles, where they meet up with the lesbian feline duo of Tigra and Hellcat (Lenore Zann and Beverley Mitchell)? Everything that is supposed to go smoothly goes wrong, as Sally gets into a shouting match with Patsy, Bobbi and Greer find themselves dealing with the Sinister Six, only for the Six to get their collective asses kicked by a new friend in the insanely feline musician Minx (Kath Soucie in a dual role), who finds herself attracted to Tigra! And, if that's not enough, Bluebird and Hellcat find themselves attracted to the boy toy lead singer of the Stingers, Riot (Corey Burton) during a concert at the Roxy! All this in a hilarious episode of epic proportions!

    Episode Four: A Murder In the Bayou

    Bobbi is sent on a case in which she teams up with a tough Louisiana Harbor Patrol officer named Monica Rambeau (Garcelle Beauvais-Nihon) to solve a brutal murder of a New Orleans-based scientist by members of the Assassins Guild! But, things are about to go from bad to worse when the female heroines find out that it is all connnected to a top secret program being conducted by the maniacal COBRA scientist Dr. Mindbender (Gregg Berger) and his new partner, the mutant witch Belladonna (Stephanie Romanov) to create an army of supermen for COBRA and the Assassins Guild! Can Mockingbird and Pulsar be able to get to the bottom of this murder mystery before it's too late?

    Episode Five: A Soldier of the Swamp

    While we're still in New Orleans, and with Belladonna and Dr. Mindbender in SHIELD custody, Monica wants Bobbi to meet a friend of hers: a young man by the name of Lt. Etienne LaFitte (Alessandro Juliani), a six-year veteran of the United States Marine Corps who is visiting his 140-member family for the week before enlisting in the G.I. JOE program. But, when an army of gun-toting AIM agents start kidnapping female members of the man's family for a reputed local pimp with ties to the terrorist group, Mockingbird and Pulsar must team up with this "Gung-Ho" Marine to get his sisters and cousins back! Luckily for them, he's got about 75 males in his family to back him up!

    Next: Power Pack
     
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    Story Thirty-Four:
    Power Pack
    (Astral and the Pack are together in their very first series!)

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    Main Voice Cast: Adults

    Dr. James Power: David Ogden Stiers (episode one only)
    Margaret Martel-Power: Adrienne Barbeau (episode one only)
    Marla Martel-Eldritch: Susan Sullivan
    Maeve Eldritch/Astral: Julie Bowen
    Aelfyre Whitemane/Alfred White: Richard Newman

    The Power Pack:

    Alexander Power/Zero-G: Matthew Valencia
    Jack Power/Counterweight: Ryan Hirakida
    Julie Power/Energizer: Sarah Edmundson
    Katie Power/Starstreak: Tara Strong

    Episode One: The Power of the Pack

    Remember that episode in Arc Four of Civil War which featured the Power Pack? Well, let's expand on that, shall we, as we take a look at a scientist named Dr. James Power and an invention that will play a big part in the lives of his wife, sister-in-law, niece, and even his own children when two alien races, the Kymellians and Snarks, make their appearances on Earth! What are the events that lead to the deaths of the Powers and subsequent adoption of the Power children by their sister and niece (both magicians), and the return of Marla and Astral's old mentor to Earth, leading to the transferrence of power to the kids? It's an adventure that's too way out there for even a couple of Jem characters to comprehend, as we present to you the Marvel True Superteam Story of the Power Pack, in this episode!

    Episode Two: The Attack of the Snarks

    In this Pack-centric remake of two magic-themed episodes of Jem from 1987-1988, it is a week after Marla and Maeve took her sister's children into her home, and the alien Snarks have made their second appearance, this time at a magic-themed concert featuring Devon Silverstone and pop singer (and friend) Jacqui Benton. Now, with the Snarks launching an assault on the magicians and musicians there, it will be up to Alex, Jack, Julie and Katie (with a little help from Kimber Benton and the newly formed Holograms) to take down this alien menace before Earth buys the farm!

    Episode Three: Fantastic Four-titude

    The battle with the Snarks has brought the attention of the Fantastic Four, as Reed (Christopher MacDonald), Sue (Giselle Loren), Johnny (Chris Evans) and Ben (Michael Chiklis) to the new kids on the block, as Reed makes a visit to old friend Devon Silverstone (Charlie Adler) at the same party. But things go from bad to worse, as Johnny starts making googly-eyes at Maeve, Reed finds himself attracted to of all people, Marla! And, oh yeah, Ben, Sue, Jacqui (Marlene Aragon), Kimber (Kelly Sheridan) and the Pack are trapped inside Marla's hat battling creatures from a magical dimension!

    Episode Four: The Madness of the Misfits...

    In the first of a two-part story focusing on Alex "Zero-G" Power, the handsome young leader of the Power Pack gets a visit from his dad's old boss, Harvey Gabor (Kevin Conroy), in he introduces the kid to his spoiled rotten, sexually-active, gamma-irradiated daughter Phyllis (Rachel Lillis)! Add a couple of hot girls named Roxanne and Mary, and Alex's brother and sisters, not to mention a giant Decepticon dinosaur named Trypticon to the mix in the Mojave desert, and we've got a live one here....

    Episode Five: ...And, The Might of the Micromasters!

    ...and if both the Power Pack and the Misfits can survive the menace of Trypticon long enough to get back to Gabor Manor, they're about to discover the appearance of what could be the world's smallest Transformers, as both the male GoBot and female MiniCon members of the Micromasters make their debut in this episode!

    Next: TTA-Civil War - Arc Five
     
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    since he's getting a new series how about some IRON FIST action?:ninja:
     
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    That will be done in Episode Thirty-Six. And, Danny Rand needs one anyway.
     
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    Story Thirty-Five:
    Tales to Astonish: Civil War-Arc Five
    (It's the final arc before the endgame, and I can't wait!)

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    Episode Twenty-One: Spider-Man: A Real American Superhero in the Den of the Snakes!

    It's Spider-Man (Rino Romano), Techrat (Greg Cipes) and Clash (Grey DeLisle), along with Ben Reilly and the Slingers to the rescue as they break into COBRA headquarters to take down 1,000 of Cobra Commander's best soldiers, including several hundred registered superhumans under the command of a Decepticon-controlled Ms. Marvel (Victoria Pratt)! But, what they don't know is that there are traitors on both sides, as one woman, Vivian Montgomery, plans to lead the combined COBRA/Decepticon forces right into both the SHIELD Helicarrier to take over the agency with a Synthoid army, and into Starlight House to assasinate Jacqui Benton and turn the new Starlight Girls over to Doctors Mindbender and Terror to reprogram them into the service of Tony Stark! And another, her twin sister Vanessa Carlyle Montgomery, a shapeshifting mutant like their cousin Clash, exposing the true aim of the Superhero Registration Act: to create a brand-new master race for the COBRA/Decepticon alliance to take over the White House by eliminating President George W. Bush himself! And, with a Democratically-controlled Congress willing to give Cobra Commander complete control of a superpowered United States, they just may succeed! That is unless Copycat (Noelle North) and an arriving Snake-Eyes can reach Spidey and Clash in time to give them the bad news!

    Episode Twenty-Two: Operation: Thorbuster

    The battle between the Mighty Thor and Destro in Thor's spotlight a while back has left the Thunder God (Dave Boat) bruised and battered, and left for dead in his Donald Blake (Daniel Green) persona! Now, it's blue-haired angel Mary Phillips to the rescue, as she steals Mjolnir from the Baroness (Morgan Lofting) and heads for the Baxter Building, where Harvey Gabor has a penthouse suite, only to find a Decepticon-controlled Reed and Sue Richards (Christopher MacDonald and Giselle Loren) and the Decepticon Skywarp (Brian Drummond) having captured Gabor for Tony Stark (Marc Worden) and Iron Man! Meanwhile, Stark employs the services of techno-geneticist Dr. Anton Arkeville to create a Synthoid-style clone of Thor out of the DNA found at the scene to become part of the Decepticons' grand plan to create the ultimate weapon: Bruticus Maximus! Too bad Mary's girls, the Misfits, along with the real Thor, are going to ruin Megatron's plans when they rescue Mr. Gabor and travel to Cybertron in this thrilling episode!

    Episode Twenty-Three: The Stamford Smackdown

    With many of the villains taken out by Kimber Benton and Brandi Hogan's (Kelly Sheridan and Brooke Hogan) Rock 'N Wrestling anti-registration forces, and by an arriving rogue SHIELD unit led by Natasha Romanova and Penelope Brewster (Olivia D'Abo and Soleil Moon-Frye), they're all about to break into WWE headquarters to take on the chief villain behind the Stamford Massacre: the explosive Nitro! But, things aren't what they seem to be, as Kimber and Brandi find an almost comatose Stephanie McMahon (voicing herself), beaten and bloodied by a murderous Omega Red (Ralf Moeller), Shane McMahon making a deal with a clandestine operation known as Damage Control, and the arrival of Wolverine (Scott McNeil)... And the People's Champ, the Rock (Dwayne Johnson) to help Black Widow deal with Omega Red's Red Mafia soldiers, all in this episode!

    Episode Twenty-Four: The Mutants Fight Back

    It's a newly-repowered Magneto to the rescue, as the Master of Magnetism (Christopher Judge) single-handedly takes out COBRA's entire Battle Android Trooper army, giving the X-Men and the 198 the edge at the X-Mansion! But, the real fight begins, as Mags and Professor Xavier (David Kaye) must lead their mutant forces into a battle with their own kind, as they must help Optimus Prime and the Autobots deal with a brand-new band of mutant-Decepticon hybrid Sentinels called the Headmasters, whose mutant hosts become heads of the giant Sentinel Transformers themselves! And, oh yeah, Kurt Wagner (Brad Swaile) and Ingrid Krueger (Kath Soucie) get it on inside the Shape-Shifter stealth jet Blackbird in the biggest display of sexual body heat in Marvel Comics history, all in this episode!

    Episode Twenty-Five: Escape To Ponyland, Invasion From Mojoworld!

    Man! of all the Hasbro characters to get involved in the Marvel Civil War, none come more stranger than the cute little equines of My Little Pony when they make their first full appearance as warrior horses in Civil War, as we introduce you to their guardians: two beautiful sisters named Megan Fitzgerald (Tara Strong), aged 20, and Molly Fitzgerald (Meagan Smith), aged 15! And, as the Fitzgeralds help Madame Web, Astral and the Power Pack gather up all the little children all over the world to protect them from the incoming threat of the Superhero Civil War, My Little Ponyland is about to get invaded by the forces of the sadistic entertainment world called Mojoworld! But, what is the strange secret of Megan and Molly's powers, and what is their connection to the not only the Ponies, but to a certain Irish X-Man named Cassidy? And, the final battles begin in Episode Thirty-Five's Civil War: Endgame, in December!

    Next: Iron Fist
     
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    Story Thirty-Six:
    Iron Fist
    (Daniel Rand gets his very first animated spotlight ever)

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    Main Voice Cast:

    Daniel Rand/Iron Fist: Linden Ashby
    Carl "Luke Cage" Lucas: Tyrese Gibson
    Misty Knight: Gabrielle Union
    Colleen Wing: Grace Park
    Master Khan: Mako
    Bob Diamond: Jason David Frank
    Lin Sun: Dustin Nguyen
    Lou Brown: Billy Blanks
    Angela Ayala (Del Toro)/White Tiger: America Barrera

    Episode One: The Fist of K'un L'un

    Have you ever wanted to know how a single young white guy got the powers of a centuries-old martial-arts master? Well, it's the Marvel True Superhero Story of Daniel Rand, who finds himself on a spiritual quest to become the greatest martial artist in the Marvel Universe, only to find himself on the mystical planet of K'un L'un training to become the man known as Iron Fist in this special 60-minute episode!

    Episode Two: Fist of Iron, Man of Power

    This episode introduces us to an angry young black man that will play an important part in Daniel Rand's life. It's the story of a former convicted criminal named Carl Lucas, who finds himself the subject of a experiment gone wrong that ends up giving him superhuman powers, and the friendship that will lead Danny and the man who will become Luke Cage to become Heroes for Hire!

    Episode Three: Sons of the Tiger, Daughters of the Dragon

    With Iron Fist fully established in New York's Harlem neighborhood with Luke Cage, they meet up with three men named Bob Diamond, Lou Brown and Lin Sun who open up a martial arts academy right next door, only to find themselves caught up in a battle with the Asian crimelord the Yellow Claw (Tzi Ma), and Danny and Luke getting some with two gorgeous private investigators named Misty Knight and Colleen Wing, the latter being Iron Fist's female opposite, in this 60-minute doozy of an episode!

    Episode Four: The Legend of the Silver Dragon

    Before Daniel Rand became Iron Fist, there was another martial arts hero on the scene, as we introduce you to a woman named Heather Rand (Patricia Alice Albrecht), who was the mysterious martial-arts known as the Silver Dragon, and who happens to be none other than Iron Fist's own mother! Now, she has come back into Danny's life as both mother and son join forces to stop the return of an old nemesis named Lotus Newmark (Kate Mulgrew), who has a score to settle with Heather, and her son may be the next target in Lotus' revenge plot, in this wild episode!

    Episode Five: Enter the Nightbird

    Even those damn Robots in Disguise, the Transformers, get a shot in this Iron Fist where Danny Rand finds himself attracted to a beautiful woman named Phyllicia Raven (Colleen Wheeler). She's a mysterious tabloid reporter with Cool Trash magazine who has a dark secret: Phyl's really an android Transformer named Nightbird, and that's got Iron Fist's chi bewitched, bewildered and extremely bothered as the martial-arts master must protect her and her creator, Dr. Takahashi Onishi (Daniel Dae Kim), from the appearance of the Decepticon jet Starscream (Michael Dobson), who's looking to make her new femmebot bride! But, does Phyllicia have another secret of her own, one that could turn the tide in Iron Fist's favor martial arts-wise in his first battle with the Decepticons? Bet on it!

    Next: Jem
     
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    IMPERIAL BRAVO KENNY,BRAVO:ninja:
     
  16. Kenny Eugene McCall I'm a Marvel, I'm a DC!

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    Score One for the martial-arts community.
     
  17. Kenny Eugene McCall I'm a Marvel, I'm a DC!

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    The following three spotlights will be covering some very special Hasbro characters dealing with Marvel's Civil War: Jem, The Misfits, and G.I. Joe. Regular Marvel action returns in Story Forty's CW: Endgame, and Forty-One's Incredible Hulk spotlight.

    Story Thirty-Seven:
    Jem: Civil War Journal
    (The Original Truly Outrageous One, Jacqui Benton, and her girls star in this 2006 Civil War tie-in prequel remake of the 1985 animated series!)

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    Main Voice Cast: Holograms Segment

    Emmett Benton: Paul Eiding
    Jacqueline "Jacqui" Benton/Jem: Marlene Aragon
    Jerrica Benton (age 18): Samantha Newark
    Kimber Benton (age 15): Kelly Sheridan
    Aja Lin (age 14): Moneca Stori*
    Shana Cesaire (age 17): Maria Canals*
    Carmen Allonso/Raya (age 15): Alexa Vega
    Lindsay Pierce: Susan Blu
    Narrator % Kimber): Cathianne Blore

    Because of the change in format concerning all Hasbro and Marvel characters after Civil War, the Jem characters featured in asterisks have different names than in the original cartoon. Also, this is a prequel to the series, since Jerrica Benton is three years away from becoming the pink-haired Jem in the Marvel Universe.

    Episode One: The Fight for Starlight House

    It's a battle of truly outrageous proportions in Forest Hills, Queens, as Jacqui and Emmett find themselves under attack by a Stark Enterprises-created, COBRA-controlled synthoid army of armored Stark Knights wearing red-and-gold copies of Tony Stark's War Machine armor! And, they're here to put Emmett and Jacqui under arrest and turn the five new Starlight Girls over to Doc Terror (Jennifer Hale) for brainwashing! Will Jerrica, Kimber, and their friends become COBRA's new teen girl group? Not if Kimber, Lindsey Pierce, and a certain hunky SHIELD agent brother of Lindsey's named Alexander (Cameron Daddo) has anything to say about it in this thrilling Civil War tie-in!

    Episode Two: The Singer, the Fury, and the Copycat

    With the stalkerazzi camerawoman Vivian Montgomery (Noelle North) revealed to be the traitorous witch behind the Stark Knights, and subsequently taken out by her sister Vanessa (who arrived just in time) and Alexander Godwin Pierce, Jacqui and Emmett, and the girls get an unexpected visit from the man himself! Yes Folks, General Nick Fury (Andre Ware) has arrived, and he's got news that a certain web-slinger and student of Emmett's has just infiltrated the COBRA Terrordrome, looking to take on Cobra Commander and Iron Man BY HIMSELF!!! Now as SHIELD prepares to rescue Spider-Man, Kimber finds herself cosplaying again as a junior-sized Nick (or Nicole) Fury on board the Helicarrier, only to be caught by Copycat and Mockingbird! Can Bobbi and Vanessa deal with not only each other, but a devilish little red-head with a superhero ?

    Episode Three: Kimber and Stormer's Great Terrordrome Adventure, Part One

    It looks like Kimber isn't the only one who decided to sneak onto the SHIELD Helicarrier without her parents knowing, as none other than Mary Phillips (Maggie Blue O'Hara), the blue-haired angel of the Misfits known as Stormer, has also climbed aboard, this time wearing her own version of her big brother's uniform, in this two-part crossover with Story Thirty-Eight's Misfits segment! Now, with the teen girls trying to find a way to get inside the COBRA stronghold and rescue Peter Parker from a COBRA beatdown without SHIELD even knowing, Kimber and Stormer find themselves teaming up with Spider-Man and their two psycho classmates, Techrat (Greg Cipes) and Clash (Grey DeLisle), to deal with not only the COBRA Vipers, but a dangerous Decepticon-controlled supervillain army led by Zartan and Thundercracker himself in this scary episode!

    Episode Four: Holographix Unleashed

    Remember those four female Autobot and Decepticon robot musicians that Dazzler found in her own spotlight back in Story 31? Well, the robot rocker chicks now known as Harmony, Melody, Symphony and Rhapsody have found their way into Starlight House, and into the hearts of not only the Starlight Girls, but a newly-completed holographic computer/Transformer robot named Synergy! Sense the connection between Synergy and the Holographix, and Jacqui and the Starlights here? Cybertronian and human girl groups do think alike!

    Episode Five: Cover Girls

    Before I write this way out there episode, Do any of you old-time Marvel or Hasbro fans remember either the comic book Millie the Model or the 1970's disco-era fashion doll called Darci? Well, for those who don't, let this episode explain it all

    Jacqui Benton gets a visit from none other than modeling agent and celebrity fashionista Chili Storm (Linda Evans), who knew Jacqui when they young teens, as she visits New York City for the first time in twenty years! But, the real story is when Jerrica meets Chili's buxom, spoiled rotten, 18-year-old supermodel of a daughter, Darci Storm (special voice-over by Nicole Richie)! And, when two young blondes go out to play in the New York nightlife, everything gets turned upside down, as Jerrica and Darci find themselves at New York's newest nightclub, Club Cybertron, and run into Chili's old rival, Millicent Collins, who wants Darci to join her modeling agency (Models Inc., which will premiere in the Marvel Universe in Story 43.), and her equally voluptuous niece, Misty Collins (Nicholle Tom), who just can't stand her! Throw in an out-of-control superpowered cat fight between these two teen queens and their alter egos, Diva and Mysteria, and not even Jerrica can break this up in this hot and heavy episode!

    Next: Misfits: Civil War Journal
     
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    Story Thirty-Eight:
    Misfits: Civil War Journal
    (Pizzazz and the gang have their own take on Marvel's Civil War - with hilarious results!)

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    Voice Cast: Misfits Segment

    Harvey Gabor: Kevin Conroy
    Evelyn Gabor: Patricia Alice Albrecht
    Phyllis Gabor/Pizzazz (age 17): Rachel Lillis
    Roxanne Pellegrini/Roxy (age 16): Meghan Black
    Mary Phillips/Stormer (age 15): Maggie Blue O'Hara
    Sheila Burns/Jetta Sax (age 16): Venus Terzo
    SHIELD Agent Craig Phillips: Brad Swaile
    SHIELD Agent Alex Pellegrini: Nicholas Turturro

    Episode One: A Family Under Siege

    Pizzazz and the gang are about to go on their toughest mission yet to bring down Tony Stark (Marc Worden) and Megatron (Frank Welker) on Cybertron, thanks to the intervention of a disguised Harriet Horne (Joy Behar), who freed her twin brother (yes, twin brother) Harvey Gabor and niece Sue Storm (Giselle Loren) from the Decepticons' control minutes earlier! But, the real story here is the end of the Fantastic Four, now that Reed Richards has pledge his allegiance to COBRA! Now, Phyllis and Roxanne are accompanying Harvey, Harriet and Sue to ESU Medical Center, where they find a very special visitor in Chili Storm (Linda Evans) and daughter Darci (Nicole Richie), who were involved in that cat fight with Misty Collins in 37's Jem spotlight hours earlier as they all come to see the recuperating Johnny Storm (Chris Evans) and Ben Grimm (Michael Chiklis), who is threatening to move to France because of this! Anyway, did we forget to tell them that their friend, Mary, is with Kimber Benton on a mission to rescue Spider-Man from COBRA'S supervillain army?

    Episode Two: The Misfits: A Family United

    SHIELD Agents Pellegrini and Phillips have arrived just in time to warn the s that Craig's sister Mary had snuck onto the SHIELD Hellicarrier to travel to COBRA's drome to help Kimber, Techrat and Clash fight off the supervillain army and rescue Peter Parker in the process! That's got Roxy amped up and ready to gather Pizzazz and her cousins Sue, Johnny and Darci Storm and head on over to the battlefield to join them. But, what they don't know, is that a certain British saxophone player, and a new group of Cybertronian musicians similar to the ones in 31's Dazzler and 37's Jem spotlights are about to even up the odds! And, they debut next episode!

    Episode Three: The Lady, The Sax, and the Robots In Disguise!

    We take you now to Cybertron, where we find two musicians, Sheila Burns and Sean Harrison (Brian Drummond) joining forces with a young Autobot named Cosmos (Mark Acheson) to spy on the construction of the Decepticon machine Bruticus Maximus for Captain America (Justin Gross), only to find themselves meeting two beautiful Transformers named Roulette (Patricia Alice Albrecht in a dual role) and Silhouette (Britta Phillips), both of whom made their appearance way back in Story Three's She-Hulk spotlight! But, the real acid trip is when Jetta's saxophone and Sean's synthesizer end up transforming into femmebots as well! Guys, meet Amethyste (Cathianne Blore) and Blu-Note (Louise Dorsey), the newest members of Roulette's MiniCon group, Musica Electronica, in this episode!

    Episode Four: Kimber and Stormer's Great drome Adventure, Part Two

    In the conclusion of this two-part crossover event from the Jem spotlight last post, Kimber Benton (Kelly Sheridan) and Mary Phillips are inside COBRA'S massive fortress cosplaying now as both Spider Woman 1 (Mary) and Spider Woman 2 (Kimber), as they join their friends Techrat (Greg Cipes) and Clash (Grey DeLisle) in helping Peter Parker (Rino Romano) fight off the supervillain army of Cobra Commander! But the tide may be turning for the better as some of Spider-Man's own rogues gallery begin to break out of the snake's control and turn on the other villains and their Dreadnok and Decepticon allies, all thanks to the timely arrival of Kimber's pink-haired friend, Zarana! And, with the Storm and Gabor families on their way to help, will the appearance of a Decepticonized Iron Man put an end to this youth movement before reinforcements could arrive?

    Episode Five: Meanwhile, Back in Forest Hills...

    With every young person involved in the final stages of Marvel's Civil War, both Harvey and Evelyn Gabor head for the Benton residence to meet their friends, Emmett and Jacqui Benton (Paul Eiding and Marlene Aragon), only to find themselves being introduced to Emmett's two nephews, Spike (Christopher Grey) and Buster Witwicky (Matt Hill), and his brother in law, William Witwicky (Gary Chalk), who have come to warn both sets of parents about the twisted plans of Tony Stark, and what this could mean for all of the people involved in this episode!

    Next: G.I. JOE: Civil War Journal
     
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    the gi joe entry should be interesting
     
  20. Kenny Eugene McCall I'm a Marvel, I'm a DC!

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    Story Thirty-Nine:
    G.I. JOE: Civil War Journal
    (Yo Joe! The Real American Heroes are part of Marvel's Civil War in their very first Marvel/Sunbow spotlight in twelve years!)

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    Main Voice Cast: Joes

    Steve Rogers/Captain America: Justin Gross
    Sergeant Slaughter: Robert Remus
    Master Sergeant Conrad M. Hauser/Duke: Michael Bell
    Lt. Colonel Dashiell Faireborn/Flint: William Ratner
    Lieutenant Allison Hart-Burnett/Lady Jaye: Lisa Ann Beley
    Sgt. Marvin D. Hinton/Roadblock: Dennis Haysbert
    Specialist Shana Marie O'Hara/Scarlett: Amy Birnbaum
    Sgt. Lorenzo Wilkerson/Stalker: Khary Payton
    Medical Specialist Carl W. Greer/Doc: Phil LaMarr

    Because of the enormous number of GI JOE characters in the Joe canon, the main Joes are listed in the Voice Cast. Some Joes and many of the COBRA characters will be reintroduced in the episodes since they debuted in previous Marvel Spotlights.

    Episode One: Sting of the Spider, Eyes of the Snake

    Continuing from the two previous Jem/Misfits spotlights before this one, Spider-Man, Techrat, Clash, Kimber and Stormer are in the heart of the COBRA organization itself, as they're involved in the events of last post when they come face to face with COBRA'S superpowered brigade, But from out of nowhere, the Spider-Friends get some heavy-duty help from Snake Eyes and his elite Ninja Force, when they break into the Terrordrome to even up the odds! But, even if the Silent Master and his students can help Spidey and company take out the supervillain army, they still have to deal with the Decepticon loudmouth Thundercracker and his robot goons! Oh yeah, there's COBRA's new super Battle Armored Trooper, none other than Tony Stark, Iron Man, to think about as well!

    Episode Two: Operation: Thunderstrike

    With Snake Eyes helping Spider-Man and his rogues gallery deal with the Dreadnoks and Decepticons, the focus shifts to the SHIELD Helicarrier, where Captain America meets up with the Joes to bring in some brand-new recruits for participation in Marvel's Civil War. But things really go south when three-fourths of both the Misfits and Fantastic Four finally meet Duke and General Hawk (Norman Alden) at G.I. Joe headquarters to tell them about the situation involving Reed Richards' defection to COBRA, and their missing friend Stormer. But, the Joes find their entire base attacked by a mysterious flash of lightning, and the appearance of a dangerous new gift from Cybertron in the form of Bruticus Maximus and Richards' new Thor clone, who's looking to destroy Captain America in the process!

    Episode Three: The Baroness and the Countess

    Baroness Anastasia DeCobray (Morgan Lofting) finally meets Countess Danielle DuVoisen (Susan Eisenberg) in an adventure which puts the two women at odds with each other when Danielle stumbles onto the Baroness' plot from the Sub-Mariner spotlight a while back. Now with the Baroness too busy tangling with both Namor (Jonathan Frakes) and Lady Jaye, it may be the Countess and Lady Dorma (Marina Sirtis) that will be the ones helping a wetsuit-clad Lady Jaye deal with the Baroness and her mad plans in this Joe follow-up to Sub-Mariner: Siren's Song in this adventure!

    Episode Four: That Old-Time Rock N' Roll, That New Wave Metalhead

    Joe member Rock N' Roll returns to the team after a long hiatus, and this time, he's brought his 15-year-old rebellious son, Metalhead, with him! But, when the young punk-rocker tries out for the junior Extreme team, will he be able to make the cut when they go on a mission to help rescue Cloak and Dagger (Khary Payton and Tara Strong) from COBRA's dangerous new Negative Zone prison? Hey, it's like father, like son, in this episode!

    Episode Five: Marissa

    Ever wanted to know what happened to Flint and Lady Jaye in the future? Well, say hello to their 16-year-old red-haired daughter, Marissa Faireborn (Hynden Walch), as she enters her first semester at the Xavier Institute for Gifted Youngsters! But, what is the secret of Marissa's mutant powers, and why is it got both Dashiell and Allison Faireborn, and the new generation of Joes and X-Men, concerned? Find out in this special episode!

    Next: Civil War: Endgame - Arc One
     
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    Story Forty:
    Tales to Astonish: Civil War: Endgame - Arc One
    (This is it True Believers! the final two arcs of this monumental cross-universe series!)

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    Episode One: Freedom's Charge of the Light Brigade

    Bow down to the might of the Anti-Registration forces, as Snake-Eyes, Spider-Man and their allies have taken down the COBRA/Decepticon forces at the Terrordrome, and have landed at G.I. Joe headquarters just in time to assist Captain America and the Joe alliance knock the sadistic Thor clone for a loop! But, the real story concerns what has happened to both Spider-Man and Stormer, in which one finally stood up to Stark and COBRA (and got beaten up mercilessly for it), and other got sexually assaulted (by that same Stark and a gaggle of additional villains now led by an arriving Norman Osborn)! Now, the smacketh down is about to be layeth, as a super-angry Craig Phillips finally takes a stand for his sister and new friends as he leads a Spidey/Stormer Revenge Squad of sorts against the Decepticons, as they make their attack on Washington D.C. and the White House! But, are our heroes ready for the invasion of a brand-new group of Battle Android Troopers led by COBRA's newest female commander, Ms. Marvel, wearing a blue COBRA version of her old outfit?

    Episode Two: When Spider-Friends and Foes Fight Back

    The news of the rape of Mary Phillips has also reached everyone in the Spider-Man and Fantastic Four communities, and even to the seductive Baroness, who with Destro, has gathered everyone in their inner circle (including of all people, the Circus of Crime and the Death-Throws) to help assist in the take-down of Cobra Commander, Megatron, the Green Goblin and Tony Stark, as more Marvel Super Heroes on the anti-reg side convene in Washington for the final battle! But, could the real Thunder God and a certain crazed, machine-gun toting vigilante named Castle not be far behind? and hey, what about the Scarlet Spider and the Slingers? It's going to be a real mutha****a of a battle in the coming episodes, I tell you!

    Episode Three: Outkasts of the Marvel Universe

    Get ready for the real story on Civil War according to a couple of real badasses from Atlanta, Georgia named Big Boi (Antawn Patton) and Andre 3000 (Andre Benjamin), as the group OutKast makes their first Marvel Universe appearance in this superhero Civil War! And, they're looking to bust some heads after their Atlanta recording studio got destroyed by Iron Man's Decepticon death squads, resulting in the hospitalization of Big Boi's wife! But, things are about to get a little more interesting when they meet Marvel's Hero for Hire, Luke Cage, and some members of the Autobots led by Optimus Prime as the band is about to get a little more idlewild when they help our heroes deal with an army of Super-Adaptoids in this "Ice-Cold" episode!

    Episode Four: Introducing: The New SHIELD

    Nick Fury and the entire SHIELD organization have been compromised and taken over by COBRA! Worse yet, COBRA is about to merge with another subversive organization, HYDRA to become the most dangerous worldwide terror organization in the Marvel Universe! Now, Fury must form a new streamlined version of SHIELD that can deal with the threat of this new alliance! And, the new agents stepping up to the task will surprise you! But first, there's a little matter called Civil War to deal with!

    Episode Five: Silent War

    Even as the Marvel Super-Hero Civil War is about to reach its penultimate conclusion, there's a whole new conflict brewing in the amalgamated Marvel/Hasbro Universe looming, as Quicksilver has snatched the Terrigen Mists from the home planet of the Inhumans, Attilan. Now, the Inhuman Royal Family is about to launch an offensive on Earth itself, and they got some serious backup from a race of ancient mysterious Cybertronian offshoots called the Robotix! And if the Terrigen Mists aren't returned to the Inhumans immediately, Earth, and the Inhuman race, will both be doomed! Also, what is "Super Sunday," and what does it have to do with the the sweeping changes coming to the entire landscape of the MU? Your'e just gonna have to find out in Story 45's final arc!

    Next: The Incredible Hulk
     
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    Story Forty-One:
    The Incredible Hulk
    (The Green Goliath is back with new episodes!)

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    Main Voice Cast:

    Dr. Robert Bruce Banner: Michael Massee
    Professor Elizabeth "Betty" Ross: Nan McNamara
    Hulk: Fred Tatasciore
    General Thaddeus Ross: J.K. Simmons
    Major Glenn Talbot: David James Elliott
    Jennifer Walters/She-Hulk (recurring role): Lisa Zane
    Leonard "Doc" Samson: Kevin Sorbo

    Because of the subsequent Ultimate Avengers movies from Lions' Gate, no origin episode is needed at this time.

    Episode One: This Misfit, This Monster!

    You know, s**t happens when any one of the characters from the 1985 cartoon Jem appear in a Marvel episode, and this one is no exception as we take a look at the early days of the GAMMA program, and the connection between the Hulk and a then 12-year-old punk girl named Phyllis Gabor (Meagan Smith). She is the daughter of Harvey Gabor (Kevin Conroy), a major backer of this scientific experiment. And when Bruce Banner finds himself rescuing both Phyllis and her friend Rick Jones (Scott Menville) from the path of the atomic explosion, it's not only Banner who gets a radioactive upgrade as the Hulk, but also Phyllis herself, whose hair turns green and becomes the mean, green, pre-teen Gammazon known as Pizzazz in her first origin ep na by a now 17-year-old Phyllis (Rachel Lillis)!

    Episode Two: The Hulk at the Center of the Earth

    This episode marks the return after a twenty-year hiatus of the Inhumanoids, as they make their first modern appearance in the Incredible Hulk, as Bruce Banner finds himself reuniting with an old college friend of his named Derek Bright (Loren Lester), who is now part of a team of explorers called the Earth Corps! And, when Banner accompanies the battlesuited heroes on a mission beneath the Earth's core, they find themselves involved in a war between the diminutive Fantastic Four baddie Mole Man (Mark Hamill) and the murderous subterranean monsters known as the Inhumanoids! Can even both the Incredible Hulk and the Earth Corps prevent this battle from turning into a full-scale civil war inside Subterranea? That is, if the Hulk doesn't take out not only the 'Noids, but the Mutores and the Earth Corps members themselves as well!

    Episode Three: The Taking of Cobra-La

    Hulk and She-Hulk find themselves recruited into the G.I. JOE team, as Bruce and Jennifer are being asked by Doc (Phil Lamarr), an old friend of theirs, to accompany the Joes on a rescue mission inside Cobra-La, only to find the Mean Green Duo face-to-face with the denizens of this nightmarish citadel, including Nemesis Enforcer, the bat-winged brute last seen in 32's Thor spotlight! Hulk vs. Nemesis Enforcer, now this is gonna be good!

    Episode Four: Hulk and Hulkbuster

    The Green Goliath finds himself getting involved with the Robots in Disguise, as he meets up with the brutish green Autobot Shape-Shifter tank Hulkbuster (Fred Tatasciore in a dual role) when Hulk finds the giant Transformer out of his league dealing with the demoniacal Constructicon gestalt Devastator in a fierce battle! Too bad for them, there's a miniature human weapon of mass destruction that's about to turn the Constructicons into hamburger when they separate, and he's got the Mean Green Autobot Machine's back!

    Episode Five: Fashion Warriors

    Let's see: She-Hulk, Millie the Model (Joan Collins), Misty Collins (special appearance by Paris Hilton), Darci Storm (Nicole Richie), Mary Jane Watson (Jennifer Hale), Kimber Benton (Kelly Sheridan), Mary Phillips (Maggie Blue O'Hara), Ingrid Krueger (Kath Soucie), Lady Jaye (Lisa Ann Beley), Scarlett (Amy Birnbaum), the Baroness (Morgan Lofting), and Arcee (Susan Blu), all in bikinis, on a deserted island no less, and in the same episode fighting for their lives against a bevy of super strong brutish beauties led by a vicious new villainess called the Ogress (Diane Delano), who's looking to eliminate our heroines one by one, unless She-Hulk can put the hammer down on the big bad Ugly Betty wannabe in this "GGW"-style episode!

    Next: Millie The Model
     
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    i like the last one reminds me of the DOA dead or alive movie i've been trying to find since it was supposed to be in theatres last month:ninja:
     
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    Attention Hypesters!

    Stories 42 and 43 are a special treat for all of us, because a long-forgotten Marvel character, Millie the Model, gets two Marvel Spotlights all to herself! So stay tuned!

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  25. Kenny Eugene McCall I'm a Marvel, I'm a DC!

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    Story Forty-Two:
    Millie the Model
    (Millie Collins stars in her very first Marvel Spotlight set in the 1970's!)

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    Main Voice Cast: 1970's

    Millicent Collins, age 21: Billie Piper
    Chili Storm, age 21: Amy Acker
    Antonia "Toni" Turner, age 20: Tatyana M. Ali
    Clarence "Clicker" Holbrook, age 25: Drew Fuller
    Franklin Storm, age 25: Will Friedle (interconnecting role with Fantastic Four animated series in future time.)

    Episode One: Millie the Model meets the 3-D Man

    Since Millicent Collins is already established at the Hanover Modeling Agency at this time, there's no need for an origin story, so we present this little doozy of a story where Millie is at a motion-picture studio meeting up with a young man named Hal Chandler (Jared Padalecki). He is a wheelchair-bound special-effects expert who's about to prepare our Millie for a wild ! But, Hal's got a little superheroic secret of his own, and when he reveals himself to be the one-man triumvirate of power called the 3-D Man, it's Millie who wants to be his 3-D Girl! All in this wacky adventure!

    Episode Two: Chili's Bloodstone Quest

    The Hanover Modeling Agency has just sent Chili Storm on an assignment on a lush, exotic, tropical island. Problem is, that island is called Bloodstone Island, home to the greatest big-game adventurer ever lived: Ulysses Bloodstone (Daniel Goddard)! And, when Chili and her film crew are surrounded by an army of the island's prehistoric monsters, it's up to Bloodstone himself to rescue her!

    Episode Three: A Wakanda Wild Side

    Toni gets a royal invitation from the ruling King of Wakanda, T'Chaka (Carl Lumbly), to come to the African nation-state, and Millie and Chili end up joining her on this misadventure, only to find the three of them ending up in a conflict with a brutal German super-soldier named Master Man (James K. Ward). He's a villain who once fought Captain America, and he wants Millie and Chili for himself and King T'Chaka dead! Problem for him is, there's a badass black supermodel and the king's three-year-old son T'Challa to deal with! Prepare to get speared, dude!

    Episode Four: Spy Girls

    Uh oh, we're in trouble, somebody's come along to burst our bubble, as the Hanover Modeling Agency has been taken over by Baron Von Strucker (Udo Kier) and the criminal organization HYDRA! Reason: He wants to use the agency as a base to create a brand-new army of female super-soldiers for HYDRA! Too bad Toni Turner had just met a handsome young Colonel named Nicholas Fury (Andre Ware) on a date, and he has a giant pimped-out helicarrier as his ride, along with Millie, Chili, and Clicker, who are trapped inside with Von Strucker and about 200 HYDRA troops! Talk about weapons of mass destruction!

    Episode Five: Models Incorporated, Marvel Style!

    Remember that Aaron Spelling soaper from 1994 about an offbeat modeling agency and its models? Well, welcome to Marvel's own version of that Spelling series, as a 58-year-old Millie Collins (Joan Collins) has bought the Hanover Modeling Agency and renamed it Models, Inc.! As for the models in this mix: some superpowered, some not, as we introduce you to the females of the Marvel Universe who will be at Millicent Collins' side in this sneak preview of this brand new Millie the Model spin-off Spotlight that will premiere next post, ya dig?

    Next - Premiere: Models Incorporated
     

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